More ‘Miraculous 9/11 Evidence’ Found; Independent Medical Investigation Not Allowed as Pentagon Controls Flight 77 Autopsy Results, But Lists Three
People Not Even On The Flight!
16 Nov 2005
By Greg Szymanski
Capt. Jim Ingledue of the Virginia Beach Fire Department and 9/11 first responder recently reported he found the completely unblemished California ID card of a Flight 77 passenger amidst the devastation and rubble at the Pentagon.
Critics were quick to jump on what they called “another miraculous find,” claiming it was just another indication of bogus evidence planted by FBI, including the unscathed passport found outside the WTC of one of the hijackers, Satum AL Suqami, the luggage of Muhammad Atta with blatant incriminating evidence and the perfectly intact Wells Fargo ATM card of Walled Iskandar, one of the Flight 11 passengers.
In the case of Iskandar, whose ATM card discovery was first made public by the Arctic Beacon, it has also been learned he never even was listed as a passenger on Flight 11 in the first place, either on the original flight manifest or on the verified passenger list made public by American Airlines and subsequently released by CNN.
Iskandar’s parents, Joseph and Samia, were unavailable for comment, failing to return numerous messages left on the answering machine at their home in Northridge, California.
Besides the strange Iskandar situation, the Arctic Beacon has now learned there may be even more bogus and planted FBI evidence, as the husband of Suzanne Calley, 42, whose ID was found at the Pentagon, also said the recovery team returned the couple’s wedding ring and her perfectly intact California driver’s license, as well as the ID card.
Frank Calley of San Martin, California, this week told another family member who lost a loved one on 9/11 that all three items were returned in perfectly good condition, a recovery even Capt. Ingledue said was “strange and unbelievable? considering the meltdown at the Pentagon.
Calley, however, didn’t question the authenticity or believability of the items found, but added when questioned whether his wife’s body was positively identified in the rubble:
“They told me they found her remains, but I decided not to look. The Pentagon officials also said the remains of at least 19 others on board the plane were also identified by a military medical group.
“Immediately after the crash, I was assigned a personal liaison who handled my case. He was cooperative and helpful and I decided I didn’t want to see Suzanne’s remains.”
What’s strange about the autopsy investigation is that none of the family members, including Calley, have demanded an independent investigation, relying solely on government medical reporting as advised by the Pentagon liaisons, a personal military attach