Alleged Hijackers

Man Checked 9/11 Hijackers Onto Plane Haunted

On Sept. 11, 2001, an employee working the ticket counter at Dulles International Airport checked two passengers onto their flight. He didn’t know those two men would soon hijack the flight and crash it...

Launching the US Terror War: the CIA, 9/11, Afghanistan, and Central Asia

Bush’s Terror War and the Fixing of Intelligence The engineering of a series of provocations to justify military intervention is feasible and could be accomplished with the resources available. - Report of May 1963 to...

What was Omar al-Bayoumi doing in San Diego?

Originally published at the San Diego Reader by H G Reza on 7/27/16 Nearly 15 years after the 9/11 attacks, questions linger about a San Diego man’s ties to two Al-Qaeda terrorists he helped settle...

Russ Baker Goes In-Depth on the ‘28 Pages’

Originally published at WhoWhatWhy.Org by Russ Baker on 5/5/16 In this podcast with radio host Peter Boyles, WhoWhatWhy founder and editor-in-chief Russ Baker assesses the congressional 9/11 inquiry’s suppressed 28 pages dealing with indications of...

The Importance of the Official 9/11 Myth

People sometimes wonder why is it important to investigate the alleged hijackers and others officially accused of committing the 9/11 crimes. After all, the accused 19 hijackers could not have accomplished most of what...

Jeb Bush’s 9/11 Problem: Huffman Aviation

On the campaign trail in New Hampshire two weeks ago, Jeb Bush was asked a question for which he clearly wasn’t prepared, which hearkened back to Bush’s time as Florida Governor. You can see...

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