Subject: Re: The Mystery of the 9/11 Passport
From: "Dude, Where's My Freedom?"
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NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 19 Jul 2003 21:22:25 EDT
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firstname.lastname@example.org wrote in news:c8rjhvoofbbmk92s8t7jnn60tvivj3sh9q@
> On Sat, 19 Jul 2003 15:26:48 GMT, "Coppertop Killer"
>>> Except Satam's name was on the passenger manifest.
>>Provide a link, one with a date if possible, agent
> You aren't keeping up, Bryan:
> "The memo, written at 5:31 p.m. on Sept. 11, mentions information,
> such as the seat assignments of the alleged shooter and passenger,
> that could not have come from the press.
> "They would not have had (passenger) manifest information at that
> point," said an American Airlines executive.
> But the FBI did have such information then.
> "We sent the location of the bad guys (on the plane), and the whole
> manifest to the FBI within hours after the plane ran into the
> building," the American executive told WorldNetDaily.com.
> Indeed, the FAA's summary of Flight 11 events closes with: "At 11:26
> a.m., a passenger manifest was obtained." "
> "The FAA memo notes hijacker Satam al-Suqami was in seat 10B and the
> passenger he allegedly shot in seat 9B. "
> Now where exactly did the FBI get Satam's name except from the
> passenger manifest?
That's a good question. Since his name isn't on the manifest...
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