Recently an image of a "UA boarding pass" alleged to have belonged to Ziad Jarrah surfaced, it is crucial to remind everyone of the evidence of a body double and possible frame-up of Jarrah...
A. Marquis @ Sep 22 2011, 09:12 PM wrote: Recently an image of a "UA boarding pass" alleged to have belonged to Ziad Jarrah surface surfaced, it is crucial to remind everyone of the evidence of a body double and possible frame-up of Jarrah...
Really interesting read man. Thanks.
Have Jarrah's (or other) family members ever been interviewed on video?
The message of what they are saying coupled with the OCT lies exposed on paper at that link about him would really hit home IMO.
I see the family even offered to cooperate with the DNA identification and nothing was done.
Reminds me of the Atta "cropduster" bs.
One witness identified Atta as enquiring about a loan for a "cropduster", while another identified him as being among a group of "Arabs" asking about "cropdusters" at an airfield.
The following OCT hugging "blogger" called these testimonies "fictoids" because Atta was allegedly in Germany at the time of the bank visit and receipts had place Atta in New York at the time of the "mass Arab" visit to the airfield.
Johnell Bryant, a loan manager in the Department of Agriculture's Florida Farm Service Office, recalled after September 11th that Atta came to her office to get a $650,000 cash loan to finance a twin-engine, six-passenger airplane (not a crop-duster.) She said that the man had told her that he intended to build a tank in the passenger plane so he could also use it for crop-dusting. She said that the meeting had occurred in 2000, between "the third week of April to the third week of May of 2000." She was able to fix the date because the Far Service subsequently moved their office to Florida City. While no doubt some Arab-looking man made an inquiry about getting a loan during this period, Mohamed Atta was in Germany during that time period, applying for his visa to come to the United States. He did not arrive in the United States until June 3rd 2000. If so, the person who came into Bryant's office to get a loan to buy a passenger plane in April or May 2000 could not have been Mohamed Atta.
James Lester, an airplane maintenance worker in Belle Glade Florida, identified Atta from photographs shown him by the FBI after the September 11th attack. He said he was one of a group of 12-15 "arab- looking" men who had visited the airport and asked about crop-dusters, including the weekend of September 9-10th 2001. But the hijackers had left Florida prior to that weekend and the FBI had charge-card receipts and car-rental records that put Atta in New York and Boston on the weekend of September 9-10th. If so, Atta could not have been part of the group of "arab-looking" men that visited the Belle Glade Airport that weekend.