Hijacking America's Mind On 9/11: Counterfeiting Evidence

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Algora Publishing, 2013 - History - 342 pages
An international researcher of long date and an expert in international law and human rights, the author''s approach to the questions of 9/11 is essentially forensic. The book is narrative in style yet is highly factual and heavily annotated.
 

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Contents

Preface
1
Part I The Foundational Myth
5
Introduction
7
Chapter 1 Establishing The 911 Myth
17
Chapter 2 Shattering The Myth Of 19 Muslim Hijackers
29
Part II The Four Flights
59
Chapter 3 No Identification Of Wreckage
61
Chapter 4 Implausible Crash Sites
69
Chapter 8 Flight UA175 Calls
165
Chapter 9 Flight AA77 Calls
175
Chapter 10 Flight UA93 Calls
185
Chapter 11 Reporting Bogus Events From Aircraft
245
Chapter 12 CoverUp
261
Chapter 13 Devils Advocate
273
PART IV The Deception
285
Chapter 14 Fake Hijackings and Real MassMurder
287

Chapter 5 The Cockpit Voice Recorder Of Flight UA93
95
Chapter 6 Aircraft Continued To Fly Past Crash Time
105
Part III The Phone Calls
121
Introduction to Part III
123
Chapter 7 Phone Calls From Flight AA11
129
Concluding Reflections
305
Bibliography
317
Index
323
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