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Who Were the Passengers of Flight 11?

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If the names of the passengers of Flight 11 have been entered properly into the Social Security Death Index, then it is clear that the public has been given names of people who did not exist, who were still alive and who had already died!


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Did the Flight 11 passengers of September 11, 2001 really exist? All we have is the manifest, released by the Boston Globe on September 13 of that year, which shows the names of 78 passengers.

The Web Fairy and others have researched the Social Security Death Index, a privately-owned website which claims an 83 percent accuracy rate.

The records show that of the 78 passengers allegedly on Flight 11, 36 were not found, 18 had died on other dates and only 24 died on September 11, 2001.

While the index does not show every deceased person, the site gives these reasons for an unlisted death:

1. The death was not reported to the Social Security Administration (SSA).

2. The death occurred before the Death Master File was maintained in a computer database. About 98 percent of the deaths in this database occurred between 1962 and the present.

3. The person did not participate in the Social Security program.

4. Survivor death benefits were (are) being paid to dependents or spouse.

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5. A recent death may not be indexed yet.

Exceptions #2 and #5 do not appear to apply here.

Because all of the Flight 11 passengers allegedly died simultaneously and appear on the same manifest, it is hard to understand how the Social Security Administration would receive reports of some of the deaths, but not others.

As for non-participation in the Social Security program, web sites say that opting out is possible, but very difficult (you can do so by belonging to a fiercely independent religious sect like the Amish, for example).

And the dependents and spouses referred to in the fourth exception are people at or near the age of retirement, not an especially large group.

It should be clear that the public has been given names of people who did not exist, who were still alive and who had already died!

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Dean Hartwell's book, "Planes without Passengers: the Faked Hijackings of 9/11," reached the top of Amazon's charts for large print books on history. He has authored three others: "Facts Talk but the Guilty Walk:the 9/11 No Hijacker Theory and Its (more...)
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So if the hijackers are alive and the passengers a... by conrad elledge on Tuesday, Jun 28, 2011 at 6:42:08 PM
Conrad,I provide answers to your questions.  ... by Dean Hartwell on Tuesday, Jun 28, 2011 at 7:21:47 PM