“It became increasingly obvious to us that the CEO for this crisis wasn’t Don Carty [of American Airlines] or Jim Goodwin (former CEO) of United,” Doke says. “The CEO in this instance was George W. Bush.”Read more . . .
“Within minutes of the first terrorist attack involving American Airlines, Weber Shandwick put in motion a national strategic support network, comrpising more than 75 Weber Shandwick professionals, to assist American Airlines during this unprecedented crisis situation.”Read more . . .
Participants in the Cover-Up of 9/11: The Case of American and United Airlines Elias Davidsson, 8 November 2004 (corrected on 4 May 2005, edited 8. Oct. 2005) According to the official account, 19 Arabs hijacked four passenger planes on September … Read more . . .