CNN: 'Hijacker' Visa Found in Flight 93 Wreckage
Paul Joseph Watson for Alex Jones' Prison Planet | August 23 2004
CNN is reporting that 9/11 hijacker Ziad Jarrah's visa was found in the remains of Flight 93 which went down in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
Even if we are to entertain the notion that this piece of paper supposedly in the pocket of the suicide pilot who survived a crash which left aircraft parts strewn eight miles apart, do the two photographs shown above even represent the same person?
Ziad Jarrah's family provided evidence days after 9/11 that Jarrah wasn't even onboard Flight 93 and that if he was, it was only as a passenger who was just as much of a victim as the rest of the people on the plane.
The FBI has been evasive on whether or not other hijacker's passports were found in the wreckage of the World Trade Center but the 9/11 commission has now presented photographs which they say show the charred paper visa.
A few days after the attack, several newspapers reported that a paper passport had been found in the ruins of the WTC.
A month ago new photos were released which apparently showed Flight 77 hijackers Nawaq Alhamzi and Salem Alhamzi undergoing security screening at Washington's Dulles International airport.
This is of course to reinforce the official story of 9/11 which is crumbling under the weight of 9/11 research and activism. At least a third of the WTC victim's bodies were vaporized and many of the victims of the Pentagon incident were burned beyond recognition. And yet visas and paper passports which identify the purpotrators and back up the official version of events miraculously survive explosions and fires that we are told melted steel buildings.
The government's desperation to prove the involvement of the named hijackers contrasts with evidence that several of them are still alive, and even Mohammed Atta's father still insists he talks to his son on a regular basis.
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