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Miracle passport


CNN reported on September 16, 2001: 'In New York, several blocks from the ruins of the World trade Center, a passport authorities said belonged to one of the hijackers was discovered a few days ago, according to city Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik.'

The miracle passport, although widely reported to have belonged to Mohamed Atta, was actually said to have been in the name of Satam al Suqami, supposedly the pilot of Flight 11, the plane that hit the North Tower. So we've got an instant raging inferno that supposedly destroyed the indestructible black boxes, but one lucky passport managed to get out of the airplane at the time of impact and flutter safely to the ground where it could be ready by authorities.

Source: Marrs p. 25


Ain't no passport survived that crash and that fire and come out clean as a daisy, no way no how. That is some extremely suspicious nonsense.

Bottom line, me, I give it:

extremely suspiciousextremely suspiciousextremely suspiciousextremely suspicious


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1. tnt 11 Jan 2008 05:00:40 PM

No way, Jose.

2. john 11 Jan 2008 09:14:31 PM

Classic fishiness.

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