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Prelude 9/11 morning Flight 11 hijacked Flight 175 hijacked WTC 1 hit Flight 77 hijacked WTC 2 hit Flight 93 hijacked Pentagon hit WTC 2 collapses Flight 93 crashes WTC 1 collapses WTC 7 collapses Epilogue

CIA ordered visas for 15 of the hijackers

Claim CIA ordered visas for 15 of the hijackers0. Background J. Michael Springman is a former employee at the American Consulate in Jeddah, Saudi-Arabia. During an interview with radio host Alex Jones, he claimed that, despite him refusing to grant 15 of the 19...

Flight 175 could not fly 950 km/h

Claim A standard Boeing 767 cannot fly at a velocity of 950 km/h close to sea level without being torn apart.0 Background The claim is based on the assumption that Flight 175, a Boeing 767-222, was not designed to fly as fast as it did, when it hit the World Trade...

Flight 77 could not fly fast close to the ground

Claim Flight 77 could not fly fast close to the ground0. Background The claim can be found in several places on the Internet and was also made on the Danish radio station Radio24syv on January 16, 2015, by journalist Tommy Hansen0: “A Boeing 757 was supposed to...

Flight 77’s route was suspicious

Claim Flight 77 did a complicated 330 degrees turn before it hit the Pentagon0. Background The claim is used to support the claim that Flight 77 was not flown by one of the hijackers, Hani Hanjour, because the maneuver was supposedly too complicated for an untrained...

The audio file with Betty Ong has been edited

Claim The claim was made by Thomas Nørgaard, physics teacher at Nørre Gymnasium, Copenhagen, on July 26 2017 on 911facts.dk’s Facebook wall:1 Dear 911facts This is a claim I would like you to investigate for me. Thanks. The publically accessible audio file of...

The passport in the ruins

Claim The passport found in the ruins of the World Trade Center was planted0. Background A passport, belonging to Satam al-Suqami, one of the terrorists on bord Flight 11, was found moments before the World Trade Center 2 (South Tower) collapsed and given to a...