Moussaoui Trial Evidence
Todd Beamer's Phone Call At 9:43:48
Lasts 6.5 Hours
Jeremy Glick's Phone Call At 9:37:41
Lasts 12.5 Hours
Edward Felt's Phone Call At 9:58:00
No time mention. Not even 0 seconds like other calls/callers.
Westmoreland County 911 Operator John Shaw received a call from Ed Felt passenger of Flight 93 at 9:58:00.
The majority of the original info about this plane in Shanksville came from Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Since that time the site has taken down all articles and the webarchive has wiped clean.
Published reports say it lasted 78 seconds. That the passenger was calling from inside the bathroom of the plane and was using his cell phone. He said that the plane had been hijacked. The passenger then went onto describe an explosion taking place and white smoke starting to fill up the plane.
Westmoreland County 911 Supervisor Glenn Cramer Listened in on the phone call and relayed that info initially to the PPG. The FBI then confiscated that recording but not after the same Glenn Cramer is alleged to have appeared in the NYTimes denying such an event happened and that he said such an event did. NYTimes alleges Mrs Felt listened to the call and corroborated that but there is no direct quote.
Cramer and Shaw are both then placed under gag orders and remain so to this day.
Wally Miller only identified about 12-14 bodies. The rest were identified by the Armed Forces DNA Lab allegedly. But for some reason Wally Miller did not give them all the remains as he chose to keep 3 caskets worth of "unidentifiable remains". Would those have not been best to also go to the best DNA lab in the US instead of his smalltown outdated coroner's office?
Ed Felt was not on the same plane that Beamer, Glick, and the "Let's Roll" story were taken place. The plane Ed Felt was on was shot down. The planes Beamer & Glick were on allowed them to keep 6+ hour long connections. Perhaps they were on the plane that landed at Cleveland with a bomb on board initially identified as Flight 93.
While he mentioned the hijackers he made no mention of any attempt to revolt which was taken place while he was peeking out of the bathroom door.
Why did he feel the need to hide in order to make a 911 call while all the other passengers seem to have sat in their seats and very openly made phone calls to their loved ones?
Why didn't he call his wife or why didn't more passengers call 911?