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Very Strange 9/11 Aircraft Registrations, planes cancelled without explanation 4 years latter

vinnyg45
post Feb 20 2014, 11:38 PM
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How can American Airlines flights show the planes destroyed and the registration cancelled, while both United flights show the planes as simply being cancelled without explanation 4 years after they allegedly were destroyed [911]? Why? This may just be a dead end or maybe worth pursuing. I found this looking for info regarding 'SeekingC40' inquiry about the 2 planes immediately after UA612UA registration numbers that were scrapped. The link is http://www.infowars.com/articles/sept11/ve...gistrations.htm
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post Feb 21 2014, 12:35 AM
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QUOTE (vinnyg45 @ Feb 21 2014, 04:38 PM) *
How can American Airlines flights show the planes destroyed and the registration cancelled, while both United flights show the planes as simply being cancelled without explanation 4 years after they allegedly were destroyed [911]? Why? This may just be a dead end or maybe worth pursuing. I found this looking for info regarding 'SeekingC40' inquiry about the 2 planes immediately after UA612UA registration numbers that were scrapped. The link is http://www.infowars.com/articles/sept11/ve...gistrations.htm


Gerard Holmgren deserves accreditation with full honors
for revealing to the world a decade back that both Routes
AA11 and AA77 were cancelled on 9/11/2001, as recorded
on the Govt-approved website run for the BTS

Maybe somebody knew the week before that 2 of the
AA fleet were days away from used-by date and therefore
wouldn't be legal to fly the following Tuesday

I can think of another explanation, but certain NP (non-pilot) types
on P4T seem to take exception to such simplifications as No Planes
so I'll leave it to the techie types to sort. I think Holmgren was, um,
dead right.

It's curious that the BTS website was down for a week after Holmgren
publicized the perpeTRAITOR's error, 7 days while the webmaster tried
in vain to cover up the perpeTRAITOR's cock-ups plural
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