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Bulletins Bulletin : Published
Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2001
From: Shamim_Miah
FBI's Investigation of the WTC Tragedy Exposed

Please forward this far and wide, as it could possibly save lives...

FBI's Investigation of the WTC Tragedy Exposed:

Part 1: The Black Box and the Indestructible Passport. All four Black Boxes were supposedly destroyed and rendered unusable in spite of the fact that they are designed specifically for plane ashes
which result in insurmountable conditions...yet one
> of the hijackers
> passports supposedly survives fire and heat of over
> 1,000 degrees fahrenheit
> and is found in perfect shape in the rubble around
> the WTC towers? What
> kind of idiots does the FBI take us for?
> How indestructible are the so-called "Black Boxes"?
> Each airplane is equipped with a Flight Data
> Recorder and a Cockpit Voice
> Recorded. The term "Black Box" is used for these
> pieces of equipment. The
> National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) web site
> gives valuable
> information regarding these devices.
> Regarding the Cockpit Voice Recorder it says:
> "The CVR records the flight crew's voices, as well
> as other sounds inside
> the cockpit. The recorder's "cockpit area
> microphone" is usually located on
> the overhead instrument panel between the two
> pilots. Sounds of interest to
> an investigator could be engine noise, stall
> warnings, landing gear
> extension and retraction, and other clicks and pops.
> From these sounds,
> parameters such as engine rpm, system failures,
> speed, and the time at
> which certain events occur can often be determined.
> Communications with Air
> Traffic Control, automated radio weather briefings,
> and conversation between
> the pilots and ground or cabin crew are also
> recorded." [NTSB web site
> <> ]
> Regarding the Flight Data Recorder it says:
> "The FDR onboard the aircraft records many different
> operating conditions of
> the flight. By regulation, newly manufactured
> aircraft must monitor at least
> twenty eight important parameters such as time,
> altitude, airspeed, heading,
> and aircraft attitude. In addition, some FDRs can
> record the status of more
> than 300 other in-flight characteristics that can
> aid in the investigation.
> The items monitored can be anything from flap
> position to auto-pilot mode
> or even smoke alarms." [NTSB web site
> <> ]
> Thus as we see each plane is equipped with two
> seperate "Black Box" devices
> which relay different yet complimentary information.
> It goes on to say:
> "Both the Flight Data Recorder and the Cockpit Voice
> Recorder have proven to
> be valuable tools in the accident investigation
> process. They can provide
> MEANS." [NTSB web site
> <> ]
> They are meant to be the hardy and sure way to get
> information regarding the
> last minutes before the plane went down. Here are
> the specifications of
> these devices including what they can withstand:
> Time recorded: 25 hour continuous
> Number of parameters: 5 - 300+
> Impact tolerance: 3400Gs /6.5ms
> Fire resistance: 1100 degC/30 min
> Water pressure resistance: submerged 20,000 ft
> Underwater locator beacon: 37.5 KHz
> Battery: 6yr shelf life
> 30 day operation
> Time recorded: 30 min continuous, 2 hours for solid
> state digital units
> Number of channels: 4
> Impact tolerance: 3400 Gs /6.5ms
> Fire resistance: 1100 deg C /30 min
> Water pressure resistance: submerged 20,000 ft
> Underwater locator beacon: 37.5 KHz
> Battery: 6yr shelf life
> 30 day operation
> These specifications indicate equipment which can
> survive just about any
> conditions and any crash. Indeed, Black Boxes have
> been recovered from
> crashes in swamps, mountains, and oceans.
> ABC News reports:
> "Although investigators look for an entire black
> box, sometimes the only
> parts of the device that survive are the recorder's
> crash-survivable memory
> is housed within a
> stainless-steel shell that contains titanium or
> aluminum and a
> high-temperature insulation of dry silica material."
> "It is designed to withstand HEAT OF UP TO 2,000
> HOUR, salt water for at least 30 days, immersion in
> a variety of liquids
> such as jet fuel and lubricants, AND AN IMPACT OF
> 3,400 G's. By comparison,
> astronauts are typically exposed to up to six Gs
> during a shuttle takeoff."
> [ABCNews -
> ]
> So the Black Box is designed to withstand an impact
> of 3,400 G's. So what
> about the Pennsylvania crash site?
> and the manufacturer was
> being asked to help with further analysis. The
> plane that crashed in
> Pennsylvania was reported to have hit the ground in
> excess of 500 MILES PER
> HOUR." [ABCNews -
> ]
> The plane hit the ground at 500 mph. Taking the
> weight of the plane, its
> speed of descent, the G's end up much, much lower
> than 3,400.
> Since each plane has two seperate Black Boxes which
> are designed to be
> indestructable in the event of a tragedy, that makes
> a total of EIGHT BLACK
> BOXES. If we are to believe that all the Black Boxes
> were damaged beyond
> use, then that is to say EIGHT BLACK BOXES in total
> were destroyed, while a
> measley paper passport survived.
> Then the final paragraph of the same article says:
> "Investigators are less
> confident they will recover the black boxes buried
> underneath the rubble of
> the World Trade Center." So there is no hope of
> recovering the virtually
> indestructable Black Box from the rubble, but a
> paper passport survives in
> such a perfect state that it is "a significant piece
> of evidence"?
> CNN reports one of the hijackers passports was found
> in the rubble of the
> World Trade Center vicinity:
> "The searchers found several clues, he said, but
> would not elaborate. Last
> week, a passport belonging to one of the hijackers
> was found in the
> vicinity of Vesey Street, near the World Trade
> Center. 'It was a
> significant piece of evidence for us,' Mawn said."
> [CNN
> ]
> Also CNN reports:
> "In New York, several blocks from the ruins of the
> World Trade Center, a
> passport authorities said belonged to one of the
> hijackers was discovered a
> few days ago, according to city Police Commissioner
> Bernard Kerik." [CNN
> ]
> Aside from the idiocy of any suggestion that a
> passport would survive a
> plane crash that is allegedly so severe it destroys
> the virtually
> indestructable Black Box, we are also led to believe
> that the passport "flew
> away", out of the hijackers pocket, down a few
> blocks from the WTC grounds.
> Why a few blocks away? Could it be because it was a
> place out of everyone's
> sight?
> It is also well known that paper was strewn all over
> the scene of the plane
> crash. This was due to the sudden shattering of the
> windows which would
> immediately eject all paper materials out of the
> building before
> incineration. A passport in someone's pocket who is
> sitting on a plane that
> explodes will suffer the same fate as the person
> whose pocket it is in, and
> the plane they are sitting in: absolute cremation.
> United Airlines flight 93 crashed into a field in
> Pennsylvania. There was no
> explosion and no impact into a building and no 100+
> story towers crashed
> down on top of it. Yet, we are led to believe that
> both of its Black Boxes
> were destroyed and/or damaged beyond use as well.
> Other airline tragedies also reveal that in each and
> every case the Black
> Box is recovered, albeit damaged, but with full
> usability. Such crashes
> include EgyptAir flight 990, a 767, and TWA flight
> 800, a 747. Both crashes
> resulted in tremendous compromise of the planes
> physical integrity, but in
> spite of this the Cockpit Voice Recorders were
> recovered.
> So we have established that the survival of a
> passport of someone in an
> exploded plane is lunacy. However, for the sake of
> argument lets say the
> passport survived. If the passport did indeed
> survive then so did the Black
> Box. If the Black Box did indeed survive as we have
> proven beyond a shred of
> doubt, then why the complete and utter lie that it
> was damaged beyond use?
> What are they hiding? This will be dealt with
> irrefutably in the next
> section of this analysis into the corruption which
> has seeped into the U.S.
> government, its foreign policy and its intelligence
> services.
> This analysis has just begun, yet any sound minded
> person is already forced
> to question the validity of this entire farce. I
> intend to dismantle this
> investigation piece by piece as time allows. If the
> American people are so
> concerned with finding justice, why aren't more
> exposing these
> inconsistencies, fabrications and outright lies as I
> have? Do we Americans
> want JUSTICE SERVED or do we want MORE BLOOD of
> innocent civilians? Thus
> far, in the United States of America, due to the
> anger over the tragedy
> dubbed "PENTTBOM", there have been at least three
> homicidal attacks against
> immigrants. Now an overwhelming 80% of them are
> supporting an invasion into
> a remote country that has absolutely nothing to do
> with this tragedy.
> Instead of using their heads to get to the bottom of
> this and prosecute the
> criminals behind this act, they are killing their
> neighbors, and laying the
> heads of good American soldiers and innocent Afghan
> women and children on
> the chopping block. I say "them" at this point and
> not "us", because I
> distance myself from those who commit hate crimes in
> the name of "America"
> whom I have just described. Someone is playing a
> very sick game upon us all
> right under our noses, and it will cost us our very
> lives if we do not STOP
> them.
> ABC News reports: "...And 69 percent say they'd
> support military action even
> if it means a long war with substantial U.S.
> military casualties."
> You want "substantial U.S. military casualties"?
> What the hell is wrong with
> everyone? The Afghans have never lost a war in 800
> years. They not only
> drove the Russians out of their country but it lead
> to the dissolution of
> the Soviet Empire. They have brought empire after
> empire to their knees. In
> a CNN interview with Jill Dougherty, Leo Korolkov
> who trained the Russian
> Special Forces (equivalent of our Delta Force) said
> he saw Afghans shot to
> ribbons and ripped to pieces still charging at them.
> In his words: "These
> fighters can bring any country, even a superpower --
> be it Russia, the
> United States or Europe -- to the brink of
> catastrophe."
> Nearly 70 percent of Americans support sacrificing
> more American lives to
> invade a country that couldn't be further removed
> from any responsibility in
> this tragedy to find ONE MAN before this circus of
> an investigation has even
> been completed. Have we learned nothing from the
> plumes of terror that rose
> >from the ashes of the World Trade Center, the
> Pentagon, and a morose field
> in Pennsylvania which shook our hearts and souls
> that fateful Tuesday? I
> fear that we have not.

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