Join Date: Oct 2009
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Re: The 9/11 Conspiracy
So wait, eye witnesses are unreliable, yet the phone calls were all "obviously faked" because the people making said calls got their facts wrong?
I said that the main reason the phone calls have to be fake was because cell phone calls wouldn't work at that altitude (especially over a rural area like Pennsylvania). The discrepancies are just more evidence of that. And some of them, if you read the list, are hard-to-believe mistakes, and then ones that are more than someone simply getting their facts wrong.
Also, most of the phone calls were from the on-board phones from what I understand...
And why would this guy respond to old shit instead of recent rebuttals?
I responded to the stuff that was recently posted by mewmew, and didn't notice yours until afterwards.
Also, most of the calls weren't from on-board phones.
"The official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the victim's father told the FBI his son made two calls, and both times the phone cut off. In the first call, the businessman said a stewardess had been stabbed. In the second call, the son said his plane was going down.
The man was identified as former Easton, Conn., resident Peter Hanson. A minister confirmed the cell phone call to his father, Lee Hanson, an official in Easton, a small town near Bridgeport."
"Renee May, a flight attendant who a source said made a call on a cell phone from the hijacked American Airlines plane that crashed into the Pentagon, left behind a mother in Las Vegas."
"Her husband said she called him twice on a cell phone from American Airlines Flight 77, which was en route from Washington Dulles International Airport to Los Angeles."
"The story of Bingham's possible heroics became the subject of national television and newspaper reports this week when his mother, Alice Hoglan, a United Airlines flight attendant, told of how Bingham called her on his cell phone to say his plane had been hijacked."
"We're all back here getting hot water together and getting ready to take over the plane," Bradshaw told her husband, Phil, in a cellular phone conversation that proved to be their last."
"She called longtime friend Fred Fiumano, from whom she had borrowed a cell phone."
"6:54 a.m. Fourth cell phone call to Tom to Deena"
"Apassenger on United Airlines Flight 93 called on his cell phone from a locked bathroom with a chilling message"
"As United Airlines Flight 93 entered its last desperate moments in the sky, passenger Jeremy Glick used a cell phone to tell his wife, Lyzbeth, of his impending death -- and pledged to go down fighting."
"Cee Cee Ross-Lyle, a flight attendant for United Airlines, pictured at left with her two children, Jerome and Jevon, perished when United Airlines Flight 93 crashed outside Pittsburgh Tuesday. Ross-Lyle of Fort Myers, Fla., called her husband, Fort Myers police officer Lorne Lyles, on a cell phone from the plane shortly before it went down."
Honor Elizabeth Wainio:
"Elizabeth Wainio, 27, was speaking to her stepmother in Maryland. Another passenger, she explains, had loaned her a cell phone and told her to call her family."
Out of all of the calls, virtually all of them were officially done using cell phones -- an impossibility.
Last edited by SimonCP; 10-15-2009 at 07:46 PM.