"Seven Questions for 9/11 'Planers'"
Do you believe that the use of planes on September 11, 2001, specifically Flights 11, 175, 77 and 93, has been proven? If so, please answer these questions:
1) Are you aware of videotape footage from surveillance cameras that show any of the passengers at any of the airports in question? (Authenticity, in the form of date and time stamping, for instance, is crucial).
2) Are you aware of any plane parts (found at the crime scenes) that have been traced back to any of the planes said to have been used that day?
3) Are you aware of any videotapes that show a plane striking the Pentagon? 4) Are you sure that cell phone calls could have been made from the altitudes the planes supposedly reached on the flights?
5) Do you believe anyone could take an air phone from the back of a plane seat to the back of the airplane, as is suggested in one of the allegations of Barbara Olson’s phone calls?
6) Are you aware of any phone bills that show alleged passengers as having called during the times of the alleged flights?
7) Are you aware that the original Bureau of Transportation records indicate that Flights 175 and 93 took off on September 11, 2001 but that Flight 11 and 77 did not take off and were not even scheduled for flight that day?
The lack of satisfactory answers to these and other questions keeps me on the side of the “no planers.” If there had been passenger planes that struck the buildings as stated, there would be ready answers to questions #1 - #3. Airports keep surveillance tapes, investigators should have been able to locate plane pieces traceable to the planes and the Pentagon has had numerous cameras pointed at it around the clock!
And whether a “planer” believes that cell phones or air phones (or both) were used on the planes, there should be proof of calls available to answer #6.
As for #7, original records showing that all four flights were scheduled and took off should be available as well.