"We at New American Century go to great lengths to make sure our products are of the finest quality by subjecting them to field tests that spare no expense," said the president Benny Ariel Barak. "We ran a test in New York City back in September 11, 2001 by subjecting the material to a jet crashing into a skyscraper, then a giant exploding fireball, then having the tens of thousands of tons of concrete and steel come crashing down on the test material. I'm happy to announce that it survived pretty much intact, which made everyone here very happy!"
"But we never settle for less than all, so we also had a test being run on the same day at the Pentagon and again, even though the test material was subject to a crash, exploding fireball and then temperatures inside the Pentagon that were around 2,000 degrees, the material came thru with flying colors, again making our MOSSAD engineers shout "Allahu Akbar!"
He continued, "Even those rigorous tests weren't enough for our satisfaction, so we took a volunteer we captured from Judea and Samaria to Paris, outfitted him with a suicide vest and set it off this past week on a Paris street and again, the passport material survived virtually intact, but our volunteer wasn't so lucky, but there's plenty more where he came from.
Those devout Muslim hijackers liked to snort cocaine, drink copious amounts of booze, go to strip clubs, watch porno movies and pay for prostitutes.
9/11: "Never in the history of modern warfare has so much been found so opportunely," that all points to Benjamin Ladenstein and his 'al CIA Duh' posse being behind the 9/11 False Flag, with generous help from Israel, aided and abetted by American traitors in the WH, the Pentagon, the CIA, FBI and NSA.
September 9, 2001: 9/11 Hijackers Drop Duffle Bag in Front of Mosque, Leave Evidence of Flight Training from 2000
9/11 hijackers Nawaf Alhazmi and Khalid Almihdhar stay in a motel near a fundamentalist storefront mosque in Laurel, Maryland. The hijackers drop off two bags at the mosque, to which they attach a note stating: “gift for the brothers.”
The FBI will recover the bags one day after the 9/11. An FBI document will identify the mosque at the Ayah Islamic Center, also known as the Ayah Dawah mosque. According to the 9/11 Commission, the bags contain “fruit, clothing, flight logs, and various other materials.” [9/11 Commission, 8/21/2004, pp. 53 pdf file]
The FBI will later reveal that the bags contain pilot log books, receipts, and other evidence documenting the brief flight training that Alhazmi and Almihdhar underwent in San Diego in early 2000. It is unclear why they would have kept the receipts, some mentioning their names, for over a year and then left them at a mosque to be found.
September 11-13, 2001: 9/11 Hijackers Leave a Clear Trail of Evidence
Investigators find a remarkable number of possessions left behind by the hijackers:
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]
Author Terry McDermott will later comment, “Atta’s bag contained nearly every important document in his life… If you wanted to leave a roadmap for investigators to follow, the suitcase was a pretty good place to start.” [McDermott, 2005, pp. 306]
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.
Two days before 9/11, a hotel owner in Deerfield Beach, Florida, finds a box cutter left in a hotel room used by Marwan Alshehhi and two unidentified men. The owner checks the nearby trash and finds a duffel bag containing Boeing 757 manuals, three illustrated martial arts books, an 8-inch stack of East Coast flight maps, a three-ring binder full of handwritten notes, an English-German dictionary, an airplane fuel tester, and a protractor. The FBI seizes all the items when they are notified on September 12 (except the binder of notes, which the owner apparently threw away). [Miami Herald, 9/16/2001; Associated Press, 9/16/2001]
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]
The hijackers past whereabouts can even be tracked by their pizza purchases. An expert points out: “Most people pay cash for pizza. These [hijackers] paid with a credit card. That was an odd thing.” [San Diego Union-Tribune, 9/3/2002]
The New Yorker quotes a former high-level intelligence official as saying: “Whatever trail was left was left deliberately—for the FBI to chase” (see Late September 2001). [New Yorker, 10/8/2001]
Why it's almost like someone was trying to frame these guys. Now who would do that?