The Lebanese student, Ziad Jarrah, says the FBI, helped hijack United Airlines Flight 93 from Newark to San Francisco. But for that to be true, the young engineer would have had to live a double life worthy of a first-rate spy – concealing from his family, girlfriend, and friends that he was a Muslim extremist, not the religiously moderate, pro-American, fun-loving person they knew him to be.Read more . . .
NATIONAL COMMISSION ON TERRORIST ATTACKS UPON THE UNITED STATES Public Hearing Monday, January 26, 2004 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC CHAIRED BY: THOMAS H. KEAN PANEL I: MARY RYAN, FORMER ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE FOR CONSULAR AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF … Read more . . .
Autopsy: No Arabs on Flight 77 By Thomas R. Olmsted, M.D I am an ex Naval line officer and a psychiatrist in private practice in New Orleans, a Christian and homeschool dad. It troubled me a great deal that we … Read more . . .
(…) One of the suicide terrorists, Ziad Jarrahi, doesn’t fit the profile at all. In a videotape from a wedding last year he is seen dancing. He was known to have a fiancé. And he was one of the men … Read more . . .
911review.org Homepage Alex Constantine ——————————————– Saturday, September 22, 2001 San Antonio rental agent says he recognized hijacker By T.A. BADGER Associated Press Writer SAN ANTONIO (AP) — An apartment leasing agent said Friday that one of the suspected suicide hijackers … Read more . . .
Posted on: Thursday, September 20, 2001 The September 11th attack Maui man says misinformation led to false report of son’s death By Timothy Hurley Advertiser Maui County Bureau LAHAINA, Maui — One friend took him to dinner in a heartfelt … Read more . . .
PAIR BELIEVED DEAD VERY MUCH ALIVE MIXUP PUTS COUPLE ON CRASH VICTIM LIST The Boston Globe (Boston, MA) September 19, 2001 | Anand Vaishnav, GLOBE STAFF | Copyright Like everyone else on the unofficial list of victims from last week’s … Read more . . .
Maui man discovers son still alive Curtis Larson believes scammers told him his son Jude died in last Tuesday’s attacks By Gary T. Kubota firstname.lastname@example.org LAHAINA >> A Maui man said he is the victim of a hoax that had … Read more . . .
American Airlines’ Partial Passenger Lists Thursday, September 13, 2001; 4:44 PM American Airlines Flight 77, bound from Dulles to Los Angeles, crashed into the Pentagon. Here is a nearly complete list of those killed, according to family members, friends, … Read more . . .
ASSOCIATED PRESS Emergency Service personnel stand near the seven remaining floors of the World Trade Center’s north tower this morning. At least 2 from isles killed in attacks Others anxiously await word By Rod Antone and Helen Altonn … Read more . . .
Partial Lists Of Terror Victims Victims’ Names, Broken Down Into Lists NEW YORK, Sept. 25, 2001 These are partial lists of people killed or listed by the Pentagon as unaccounted for in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. American Airlines Flight … Read more . . .
Officials scour U.S. for clues Hijack suspects received flight training in Florida By Naftali Bendavid, Washington Bureau. Washington Bureau members John Crewdson, Stephen Hedges, Geoff Dougherty, Mike Dorning, Jill Zuckman and John Diamond contributed to this report. The staff of … Read more . . .
CNN BREAKING NEWS America Under Attack: List of Names of 18 Suspected Hijackers Aired September 14, 2001 – 10:11 ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED. THIS … Read more . . .
FBI: Early probe results show 18 hijackers took part September 13, 2001 Posted: 10:33 PM EDT (0233 GMT) FBI Director Robert Mueller WASHINGTON (CNN) — With U.S. authorities saying they believe they have identified most of the hijackers responsible … Read more . . .
Reykjavik, Iceland11 October 2006 Dear Ms. Greenberg, I read an interview with you on PBS Frontline posted Oct. 10, 2006 on http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/enemywithin/interviews/greenberg.html. I concur with your overall analysis of socalled terrorist prosecutions in the US, most of which are not … Read more . . .
War on Terror is "Greatest Communications Challenge of Generation" Monday, November 19, 2001 http://www.holmesreport.com/holmestemp/story.cfm?edit_id=1565&typeid=2 ?There has been no greater challenge for communications professionals in my lifetime that explaining the importance of the war on terrorism,” says Jack Leslie, chairman of … Read more . . .
The story of American Airlines and Weber Shandwick … Read more . . .