There is no evidence that Muslims committed the crime of 9/11By Elias Davidsson (about the author) Permalink (Page 9 of 12 pages)
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 Ibid. Note 82, p. 457
Statement No. 3 to the 9/11 Commission made at the 7th Public
Hearing, 26-27 January 2004, pp. 9-10. Available at
 Exchange of emails between the author and American Airlines, supra n. 39. See letter from American Airlines to the author dated 1 December 2005. On May 25, 2009 the author discovered on the internet a declassified FBI document relating an interview with an unnamed American Airlines employee who advised she had "worked the gate for AA Flight 11" at Logan airport on 9/11. The interview, in the form of an FBI document, was apparently taken by an unidentified Massachussets State Trooper and summarized in the document three days later. According to the interview, the employee "boarded the passengers" for Flight AA11 but "did not observe any suspicious people or notice anything out of the ordinary." From the interview it appears that she was the only employee boarding the passengers. She does not mention the gate number from which the passengers left.
 The Flight Path Study American Airlines Flight 77 by the NTSB, 19 February 2002, http://www.ntsb.gov/info/Flight_%20Path_%20Study_AA77.pdf
 Ewing2001, Flight 11 The Twin Flight, http://911wideopen.com/mirror/twin11-1/twin-11-mod.htm
 Staff Statement No. 3, supra n. 49. p. 18
 Staff Statement No. 3, supra n. 49. p. 35
 Doug Hanchett and Robin Washington, "Logan lacks video cameras', Boston Herald, 29 September 2001.
 Nick Grimm, "Commission report finalised as 9/11 airport video released', ABC.net.au, 22 July 2004. Available at http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2004/s1159804.htm
 Susan B. Trento and Joseph J. Trento, Unsafe at any Altitude: Failed Terrorism Investigations, Scapegoating 9/11, and the Shocking Truth about Aviation Security Today, Steerforth Press, October 2006, p. 37
 Jay Kolar, "What we now know about the alleged 9-11 hijackers', in The Hidden History of 9-11-2001, Research in Political Economy, Vol. 23, 3-45, Elsevier Ltd. (2006), pp. 7-10
 William C. Rempel & Richard A. Serrano, Investigators Identity 50 Terrorists Tied to Plot, New York Times, 13 September 2001, cached at Doc.130-Times.pdf (emphasis added)
 Staff Report, supra 5, at p. 5
 Staff Report, supra n. 5
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