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The Cleveland Airport Shell Game, Delta 1989, Delta 1898, United 1989

woody
post Aug 21 2011, 09:54 AM
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There's a new entry in my blog, an update of the Cleveland Airport Mystery, if you like. Here are some excerpts:

I claimed, however, and do continue to claim that an unidentified Boeing 767 landed at Cleveland in emergency and was evacuated, with Delta 1989 serving as a cover, i. e. whoever asked for the identity of the mysterious plane afterwards reaped the answer: that was Delta 1989! and stopped asking questions.
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In 2009, numerous documents of the 9/11 Commission came to light. There I found a perfect candidate for the eerie double of Delta 1989 - United 1898 - and published it here.
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Two years later, I'm now proud to present an independent verification for the emergency landing of a Flight 1898 at Cleveland. This time it's called Delta 1898.
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So United 1898 and Delta 1898 were both fake flight numbers. The identity of the numbers and the similar context (United 1898 was an emergency case; Delta 1898 was a confirmed hijacking) leads straightforwardly to the conclusion that these two planes were one and the same. The close similarity of the flight numbers 1898 and 1989 corroborates the thesis that Delta 1989 functioned as a cover-up for Flight 1898. The plane was probably evacuated as United 1898, was quickly renamed Delta 1898, and fell into oblivion due to the informational cover provided by Delta 1989.
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Combined with the information already presented in my original article, there is now ample evidence that Flight 1898 was a Boeing 767 of United Airlines coming from Boston - but it was not the regular United 1898. The number of the United Boeing 767's departing from Boston is so small that it should narrow down the search for the identity of the mysterious plane considerably. United 177 looks like a good candidate.

http://911woodybox.blogspot.com/2011/08/cl...delta-1989.html

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post Aug 22 2011, 04:58 PM
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Woody, thanks for all the effort and information. salute.gif
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post Sep 12 2011, 01:17 PM
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Great post, Woody!
Still I am waiting for the Big One... and I guess you know what I mean rolleyes.gif
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QUOTE (woody @ Aug 21 2011, 01:54 PM) *
The plane was probably evacuated as United 1898,


Really? Who was being evacuated?
To my knowledge, that morning didn't generate 200 missing United Airlines' aircraft occupants; nor admitted subjects of this evacuation.

The manifest of UAL175, wasn't sufficiently large enough to convincingly fill more than one plane, and I don't suppose that the criminals would
have risked flying the widely-reported corpses, just over an hour and three quarters after the infamous South Tower crash.

What if the plane full of bodies had unexpectedly exploded en route? Who then were those boarders that allegedly perished in the Tower Two
impact?
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