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In Search of American Airlines Flight 77

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In an earlier Diary entry, I provided proof that American Airlines Flight 77 was never scheduled nor was it ever recorded as having taken off on 9/11. Here are some more problems with the idea that passengers boarded an AA Flight 77 on that day.


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Here is what we know about American Airlines 77:

Media sources within days of 9/11 said it took off ten minutes late but none named what gate it left from.

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An official Staff Report dated August 26, 2004 identified the gate as Gate D26 (three years after 9/11).

Different sources related to air traffic control identified an airborne plane as Flight 77.

Researcher Elias Davidsson asked American Airlines for permission to interview employees who saw the passengers off but the airlines denied the request on grounds of privacy.

No independent source has ever identified remains of any passengers from this flight.

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No debris from the scene at the Pentagon has ever been traced by serial number to the plane that allegedly flew on 9/11 as Flight 77.

Source: Planes without Passengers: the Faked Hijackings of 9/11
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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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