Monday, March 22, 2010

9/11: Those 19 Ayyyrabs and Their Mile Wide Trail of Evidence

We're led to believe that 19 devout Muslims liked to drink copious amounts of booze, snort dope, visit strips bars (leaving a copy of the Koran), that U.S. airport security would fail four times within a few minutes, that U.S. air defenses would fail across the board to intercept the hijacked airliners and that hijackers lacking in flight skills could conduct the exotic flight maneuvers that top gun fighter pilots say are beyond their own skills?

We're suppose to believe that those 19 Ayyyrabs could be that skillful, that cunning, that devious, then be so dumb as to leave so many clues and a trail big enough for a blind man to see, including numerous copies, left in convenient places for the FBI to 'find,' of their holy book, the Koran?

And that a paper passport could survive a crash, explosion, fire, more explosions and the crashing down of thousands of tons of melted steel and concrete that had been turned into powder, only to be 'found' by a FBI agent on TOP of some WTC rubble?

The passport of Satam Al Suqami which survived the WTC fire that melted steel, but couldn't burn paper


Maybe the NIST gang could write a paper explaining how a paper passport survived a fire that melted steel?

‘If it were as simple and straightforward as a lucky one-off oddball operation, then the seeds of confusion would not have been sown as they were.’

Journalist Seymour Hersh further reports, “Many of the investigators believe that some of the initial clues that were uncovered about the terrorists’ identities and preparations, such as flight manuals, were meant to be found. A former high-level intelligence official told me, ‘Whatever trail was left was left deliberately—for the FBI to chase.’”
Investigators find a remarkable number of possessions left behind by the hijackers

A gate agent at Logan Airport in Boston calls Donald Bennett, the crew chief for Flight 11, and asks him if the two suitcases of a passenger who has just boarded the plane have arrived from US Airways.
According to Salvatore Misuraca, a ramp service manager for American Airlines at Logan Airport, gate agents do not usually call about a bag unless the passenger that owns it has specifically asked about it, to ensure that their bags have been put on their flight. Atta’s luggage will remain at Logan Airport and be found after the attacks, revealing important clues (see September 11-13, 2001). [FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, 9/11/2001; FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, 9/17/2001; 9/11 COMMISSION, 2/10/2004]

Two of Mohamed Atta’s bags are found on 9/11. They contain a handheld electronic flight computer, a simulator procedures manual for Boeing 757 and 767 aircraft, two videotapes relating to “air tours” of the Boeing 757 and 747 aircraft, a slide-rule flight calculator, a copy of the Koran, Atta’s passport, his will, his international driver’s license, a religious cassette tape, airline uniforms, a letter of recommendation, “education related documentation” and a note (see September 28, 2001) to other hijackers on how to mentally prepare for the hijacking. [SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 9/15/2001; BOSTON GLOBE, 9/18/2001; INDEPENDENT, 9/29/2001; ASSOCIATED PRESS, 10/5/2001]

Marwan Alshehhi’s rental car is discovered at Boston’s Logan Airport containing an Arabic language flight manual, a pass giving access to restricted areas at the airport, documents containing a name on the passenger list of one of the flights, and the names of other suspects. The name of the flight school where Atta and Alshehhi studied, Huffman Aviation, is also found in the car. [LOS ANGELES TIMES, 9/13/2001]

A car registered to Nawaf Alhazmi is found at Washington’s Dulles Airport on September 12. Inside is a copy of Atta’s letter to the other hijackers, a cashier’s check made out to a flight school in Phoenix, four drawings of the cockpit of a 757 jet, a box cutter-type knife, maps of Washington and New York, and a page with notes and phone numbers. [ARIZONA DAILY STAR, 9/28/2001; COX NEWS SERVICE, 10/21/2001; DIE ZEIT (HAMBURG), 10/1/2002]

In a bar the night before 9/11, after making predictions of a attack on America the next day, the hijackers leave a business card and a copy of the Koran at the bar. The FBI also recovers the credit card receipts from when they paid for their drinks and lap dances. [ASSOCIATED PRESS, 9/14/2001]

A bag hijackers Alhazmi and Almihdhar left at a mosque in Laurel, Maryland, is found on September 12. The bag contains flight logs and even receipts from flight schools from San Diego the year before (see September 9, 2001).

...former high-level intelligence official: “Whatever trail was left was left deliberately—for the FBI to chase” (see Late September 2001)


  1. Hey GB,.. If the perp's of this Benny Hill farce didn't have the utter arrogance they show by virtue of having total control over how the Media muppets relate the event and associated evidentiary material found subsequently - this amateur hour fiasco could have been busted wide open by child with a notepad and pencil. Arrogance is a trait of the dark tribe and an easy pick when narrowing down suspects. Israhell did 9/11 and their paid-for dupes that pretend to be our Governments are complicit. Treason is punishable by Death - hang them all. Publicly.



  2. sucha miracle !!! that passport had G_D's blessing all over.

  3. Give a fool enough rope and he will hang himself. ........................................

  4. Well...there's a load of scumbags involved in the events of September 11th, 2001 who need their necks lengthened by a nice, strong rope.

    Larry "Two Sheds" Silverstein is but one of many.

  5. This comment has been removed by the author.


Fair Use Notice

This web site may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in our efforts to advance the understanding of humanity's problems and hopefully to help find solutions for those problems. We believe this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. A click on a hyperlink is a request for information. Consistent with this notice you are welcome to make 'fair use' of anything you find on this web site. However, if you wish to use copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond 'fair use', you must obtain permission from the copyright owner. You can read more about 'fair use' and US Copyright Law at the Legal Information Institute of Cornell Law School. This notice was modified from a similar notice at Information Clearing House.

Blog Archive