Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Why Question the Official 9/11 Story: Part Two

The respected correspondent Robert Fisk has stated his doubts and misgivings:
It's not just the obvious non sequiturs: where are the aircraft parts (engines, etc) from the attack on the Pentagon? Why have the officials involved in the United 93 flight (which crashed in Pennsylvania) been muzzled? Why did flight 93's debris spread over miles when it was supposed to have crashed in one piece in a field? Again, I'm not talking about the crazed "research" of David Icke's Alice in I am increasingly troubled at the inconsistencies in the official narrative of 9/11. Wonderland and the World Trade Center Disaster – which should send any sane man back to reading the telephone directory.

Even before the last of the hijacked planes crashed, the FBI told Richard Clarke in the NSC that it had a list of the likely terrorists. Pictures of some of them were running on CNN that night. There was no explanation how they obtained these names or why the agency had not rounded them up. Only two of their names did not appear on the four flight manifests.

A fifth plane may have been targeted for hijacking, United Airlines 23, JFK-Los Angeles. It was is line on the runway at JFK at 9:00 AM. They received a warning from the United Dispatcher and instructions to secure the cockpit and secure the doors. After the orders were carried out the pilot called the senior attendant to say no one should try to open the cockpit door. She told him there were four Arab young men in first class. All planes were called b ack and the four young men were not detained. However, Al Qaeda literature and box cutters were found in their luggage. There is no evidence the hijackers on the four other planes had box cutters.

The most maddening thing about 9/11 is that the government did so little to produce evidence to prove its case. The most obvious failure was that it provided almost no aircraft parts from the four hijacked planes. What happened to them. Airplane parts are carefully marked as are replacement parts so that disaster investigators can determine why crashes occurred. There is no record of any previous airplane crashes in which no parts were preserved. Private investigators were kept away from where United Flight 93 crashed. Not even evidence showing the tail number or part of it was made available. Some kind of equipment was removed from the Twin Trade Towers, but the public was not told what it was and private investigators were kept away. A few airplane parts were found in the Pentagon, but some experts claim they were part of a Global Hawk’s engine. The diameter of the engine that was found is said to be half that of the engine used in the 757. Why did someone not produce something to definitively make the case for the official explanation? That airplane had two 9 foot Rolls Royce engines. Some parts of them must have survived.

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