How the FBI and 9/11 Commission Suppressed Key Evidence about Hani Hanjour, alleged hijack pilot of AAL 77Quicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|According to Marilyn Ladner, vice-president Pan Am International, the company that owned Jet Tech, 'It was more of a very typical instructional concern that 'you really shouldn't be in the air'.' Although Pan Am dissolved its Jet Tech operation shortly after 9/11, a former employee who knew Hanjour expressed amazement 'that he [Hanjour] could have flown into the Pentagon. [because] He could not fly at all.'|
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