Pete Zalewski, Air Traffic Controller On 9/11
Feb 27 2008, 07:00 PM
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Whatch this video from 14:36 - 17:10
"911 - False Flag" - "Unter falscher Flagge" - documentary German - English Subs - 1:12:58 - 23.03.2009
14:36 - 17:10 ...Pete Zalewski...
Why is he never mentioned in any other doc?
This post has been edited by Carl Bank: Apr 7 2009, 02:56 PM
Feb 29 2008, 04:01 AM
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btw - at the moment i am busy watching an NBC dateline special online, that tells 911 from an ATC point of view. there are 5 vids there that i recommend watching:
look for this box:
the interview with Pete Zalewski starts around 3:33 of the first video.
this screencap is from the second video:
also on that NBC page is the following transcript:
8:14 am.: 14 minutes since take-off
American 11 is headed up to its cruising altitude of 35,000 feet, but not before Zalewski radios the pilot a routine order to turn, to keep enough space between American 11 and another plane.
Zalewski: I turn him to 20 degrees right, he took the turn. I then told American 11, “Climb and maintain flight level three-five-zero, 35,000 feet.” There was no response.
A moment of concern perhaps, but that was not uncommon.
Zalewski: At that point, I was just thinking that it was, you know, maybe the pilots weren’t paying attention, or there’s something wrong with the frequency.
Zalewski followed procedures, continuing to try to raise American 11 on the frequency.
Zalewski: And at first, it was pretty much, you know, American 11, you know, “Are you paying attention? Are you listening?” And there was still no response. I used the emergency frequency to try and get a hold of him through that. There was no response.
By now Zalewski is running a mental checklist, trying to account for the loss of communication — a technical problem or maybe a mistake on the pilot’s part?
Zalewski: I went back the previous sector to see if the pilot had accidentally flipped the switch back over on the radio. At that point there was still nothing. We weren’t hearing from him.
American 11 was “NORDO”—“no radio contact.” Zalewski stepped up his efforts.
Zalewski: I would go on to call that aircraft 12 times.
And as it went on, I begin to get more concerned.
so check it out.
This post has been edited by paranoia: Feb 29 2008, 04:23 AM
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