From: Phil Miller
Subject: Re: Flight 93 Couldn't Possibly Have Been Shot Down was Re: Boeing 757s have no software limits
Date: Wed, 02 Jul 2003 16:01:31 +1000
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On Wed, 02 Jul 2003 01:56:36 GMT, Optimo Primo
>email@example.com wrote in news:3k64gvgqe478mq72e0kfuup28q2lqdcbsa@
>> On Tue, 01 Jul 2003 04:16:04 GMT, "200 Dead American Soldiers Can't Be
>> Wrong" wrote:
>>>The entire story of them entering the cockpit to fight the hijackers
>>>seems to be pure invention.
>> Only to you.
>Care to cite the FBI saying so?
"WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The passengers on board the hijacked jet that
crashed in western Pennsylvania "engaged in a fight for their lives"
against the suspected terrorists who seized the plane, an FBI deputy
director told a House panel Wednesday.
With respect to the United Airlines Flight 93 that crashed in
Pennsylvania, I can confirm that the passengers engaged in a fight for
their lives with their four hijackers and, most likely as a result of
their efforts, saved the lives of unknown individuals on the ground,"
said Tim Caruso, deputy assistant director for counterterrorism."
The biggest conspiracy has always been the
fact that there is no conspiracy.
Nobody's out to get you.
Nobody gives a shit whether you live or die.
There, you feel better now?
-- Dennis Miller