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CONSEQUENCES OF 9/11
4711700183515On September 11, 2001 - American Airlines Flight 11, out of Boston for Los Angeles, smashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York at 8:48 a.m. Eighteen minutes later, United Airlines Flight 175, headed from Boston to Los Angeles, smashed into the south tower. American Airlines Flight 77, from Washington's Dulles International Airport headed for Los Angeles, smashed into the western wall of the Pentagon at 9:40 a.m. United Airlines Flight 93, flying from Newark to San Francisco, crashed near Pittsburgh.
Some Views about the attack:
Within days Osama Bin Laden was set forth as the supreme suspect, although he himself refused this "in a statement issued to the Arabic satellite channel Al Jazeera," and in an interview published in the Ummat -- a Pakistani paper, is reported to have said: "I have already said that I am not involved in the 11 September attacks in the United States."
Europol's director, Jurgen Storbeck , stated: "It's possible that he was informed about the operation; it's even possible that he influenced it; but he's probably not the man who steered every action or controlled the detailed plan."
President Bush, however, ignored Europol's doubts, reneged on Secretary of State Colin Powell's pledge to provide evidence, and named Osama bin Laden, and Al Qaeda as the perpetrators.
Now many force that the U.S. government's version of events is incomplete. A best-selling French book, The Frightening Fraud, by Thierry Meyssan, makes the farfetched claim that the "U.S. invented air attack on Pentagon."
For beginners, in the Pentagon crash site photos, there's little or no evidence of the plane that struck the Pentagon.. The first question that is to be asked from the other onlookers as we viewed the crash site was, "Where's the plane?"
Arlington County Fire Chief , at a News Briefing held by...