19 Was this the FIFTH 9/11 plane? (www.dailymail.co.uk) 🔍 Notable posted 80 days ago by _Big_Mike_Robinson 80 days ago by _Big_Mike_Robinson +19 / -0 Was this the FIFTH 9/11 plane? United 23 raided by FBI and grounded Tom Mannello was sitting on the tarmac in the cockpit of United Flight 23 at 9am, waiting to take off, when air traffic control ordered all flights back to their gates. www.dailymail.co.uk 14 comments share 14 comments share save hide report block hide replies
Except that was not a plane that crashed into the a Pentagon, it was a missile. What about Pa.? Were there plane remnants found. What happened to all of the passenger bodies? What really happened to the passengers?
The documentary with the answers to your questions is the only one about 9/11 that I want to see.
Yes!!! None of this is true. There were no planes!!!
They were taken and murdered
I figured that but how/where to they dispose of the bodies?
the video clearly shows it is a plane
a plane is a type of missile
No plans could fly that low into the building. They showed a part of a wing. Very easy to plant evidence.
Makes no sense. "Box cutters" had been smuggled into the first-class seat pockets of the plane next door on the tarmac, which had a tail number 1 digit off. So the cops said the corrupt ground crew helping the terrorists had smuggled the box cutters onto the wrong plane.
"Box cutter" is an American term and I have never been totally sure what it is. I believe they are what we in the UK call "Stanley knives" after Stanley the first tools manufacturer to put them on sale. A knife with a very small 1-inch blade designed to open cardboard boxes but the blade is not long enough to damage the contents.
I have never travelled with any kind of knife but I am pretty sure that even today you could go through security with a 1-inch blade. So why did bad ground crew have to smuggle them aboard in advance? How come the alleged terrorists could not just take them on in their carry-on baggage?
Yes, you're correct, n box cutter is what you call n Stanley knife. And correct about being able to take that on board back then.
Yes. I think it's also called an exacto knife.
No a exacto knife is a craft knife the blade does not retract
Probably, flight 23, two 3’s, 33. They really can’t help themselves.
Or shorthand for 322 (mirrored) = Skull and Bones
What about the dancing israelies 🤭