Did the 9/11 passengers really exist? All we have are names on passenger lists provided by the media and, in some cases, a brief explanation of who the person was, as is shown here for people said to have been on Flight 11.
Some of the people listed had some status or fame so as to be missed by the general public rather than merely family and friends. This is significant because the plotters could simply hire actors to play the roles of grieving family and friends or simply give false stories of them to the media.
But the plotters would risk giving away the plot by faking the death of alleged passenger David Angell, the creator and executive producer of the hit NBC sitcom "Frasier" because the public could recognize him.
However, Web Fairy and others have researched the Social Security Death Index, a privately-owned website which records the dates of those deceased, for passengers allegedly on Flight 11.
This site claims an 83 percent accuracy rate. The records show that of the 78 passengers, 36 were not found, 18 had died on other dates and only 24 died on September 11, 2001.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the other alleged flights also show remarkably low percentages of passengers on this index. According to Vincent Sammartino, "Of the passengers and crew of Flight 77, 175 & 93, only 22%, 28%, 13% respectively are in the SSDI." Sammaratino goes on to say that the percentage of passengers whose families took the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund money is even lower.
If the index is accurate and the names of the passengers have been entered properly, 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!There is also no credible evidence that any planes were overtaken by anyone. The "evidence" given to the public of hijackings came through the phone calls, which have been proven to have been made under false pretenses. Furthermore, no credible videotape of any of the so-called "hijackers" at any of the airports in question has ever surfaced (a 2004 tape purportedly of hijackers at Dulles has been challenged widely for its lack of date and time of recording), nor has any independent authority ever established the finding of the remains of any of them at the crime scenes. And there is no record of any pilot taking a few seconds to punch in the emergency code that pilots are taught to use in hijackings.
Instead, the plotters spread the phony story of nineteen hijackers to scare the public into believing that a group of Muslims, acting under orders from radicals who hate the United States, committed an unspeakable atrocity on our soil. The official story needed scapegoats and a motive for them to act against us. The use of hijacker names and pictures in the mainstream media shortly after the event also locked up a verdict of guilty against Osama bin Laden, al Qaeda and all other "terrorists" in the public mind without a trial by reasoned inquiry.