Planes Without Passengers

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  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • Planes Without Passengers
  • Dean T. Hartwell
  • English
  • 17 December 2017
  • 1456493000

About the Author: Dean T. Hartwell

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Planes Without Passengers Were planes really hijacked on 9 11 What is the credible evidence that any planes were overtaken by anyone Were there any planes with passengers associated with the attacks The evidence given to the public of hijackings came through the phone calls made by passengers supposedly at elevations higher than a cell phone can be used You will read further that many of the conversations have internal contradictions and contradict each other Further, no credible videotape of any of the so called hijackers at any of the airports in question has ever surfaced A tape released in 2004 that was purportedly of hijackers at Dulles Airport on 9 11 has been challenged widely for its lack of date and time of recording Nor has any independent authority ever established the finding of the remains of any of the passengers at the crime scenes And there is no record of any pilot taking a few seconds to punch in the emergency code that pilots are taught to use in hijackings Instead, the plotters spread the phony story of nineteen hijackers to scare the public into believing that a group of Muslims, acting under orders from radicals who hate the United States, committed an unspeakable atrocity on our soil The official story needed scapegoats and a motive for them to act against us The use of hijacker names and pictures in the mainstream media shortly after the event also began to lock up a verdict of guilty against Osama bin Laden, al Qaeda and all other terrorists in the public mind without a trial by reasoned inquiry But the clinching blow was the selling of the story of hijackings by people who do not look typical to the majority of those in the United States, terrified passengers calling loved ones on cell phones and their horrifying deaths in New York, the Pentagon and Shanksville, Pennsylvania There has been recent corroboration of a key part of Planes without Passengers Pilots for 9 11 Truth, an organization dedicated to uncovering what happened on 9 11, has confirmed that United 175 received a message at least twenty minutes after it allegedly crashed into the World Trade Center This proves that the flight never smashed into the Center but instead flew for some time that day, a point advanced in this book Read Planes without Passengers the Faked Hijackings of 9 11 to find out why the official story is not at all true and how we can continue to find the truth of what took place that day. Download Planes Without Passengers By Dean T. Hartwell – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Planes Without Passengers

  1. Shona says:

    This really is so terrible, I don t know where to start I was expecting for it to annoy me, not because I don t agree with the premise these so called truthers start from, but because of their total arrogance, certainty they are right and attitude which basically assumes that if you don t agree with them, it s because you re either too stupid to realise the truth , or part of this what must now, surely amount to millions of people wide conspiracy So, it wasn t the premise of Hartwell s This really is so terrible, I don t know where to start I was expecting for it to annoy me, not because I don t agree with the premise these so called truthers start from, but because of their total arrogance, certainty they are right and attitude which basically assumes that if you don t agree with them, it s because you re either too stupid to realise the truth , or part of this what must now, surely amount to millions of people wide conspiracy So, it wasn t the premise of Hartwell s argument which made it so terrible, but because his r...

  2. John says:

    The book falls into the category of conspiracy theories, which at the time of reading I compared to personal experience of knowing someone who used to publish books about UFOs, who one time told me the the whole subject of UFOs was fake, and the people just wrote books about it to make money and keep people entertained I noticed that that format had very large type, and the footnotes were such that the book was composed and published on a personal computer As this is the second edition, the ad The book falls into the category of conspiracy theories, which at the time of reading I compared to personal experience of knowing someone who used to publish books about UFOs, who one time told me the the whole subject of UFOs was fake, and the people just wrote books about it to make money and keep people entertained I noticed that that format had very large type, and the footnotes were such that the book was composed and published on a personal computer As this is the second edition, the additional material had a few spelling and grammatical errors that caught my attention The presentation of facts was along the lines of hypothesis, that is, if this is so, then that is also true, and stating the true parts over and over again in a very emphatic manner This all is the reason for the rating of 3 of 5, the presentation of information in what to me was a not very logical manner The actual b...

  3. Chris Marchan says:

    This book has some very interesting information not found in many other books written on the events of 9 11, however it is chaotically written It needs to have muchembellishment on information offered in evidence The author does not give the novice much background on many areas of dense factual history A...

  4. Marie (UK) says:

    Hartwell makes a case that the two planes that supposedly crashed in to the WTC were in actual fact still in the air after the event Further he says that the passengers on these planes all colluded in creating the myth of 9 11 fatalities on the planes He makes some sound proposals BUT if what he says is true than we have to believe that the American Government set up the whole 9 11 debacle, that the owner of the WTC was in on the plat in return for insurance premiums and that the war on te Hartwell...

  5. Meb Bryant says:

    Not only was this book offensive to the victims of 9 11, it was a convoluted mess to read I m not smart enough to decipher the plane numbers and schedules the author threw at the reader, even if a fake hijacking did occur.

  6. Lorinne Anderson says:

    Not worth the time.poorly written mostly suppositions no real facts to back up the premise Read it to see if any actual evidence, but it slike a work of fiction.

  7. Ellison says:

    Author aspires to share his thoughts about the events of the day He is concerned about the phone calls and mentions that two of the flights were not scheduled that day When he quotes a character from Escape from New York I began to wonder B W images, reader will have to decide what to believe.

  8. p says:

    I can understand the confusionWhile I know there was some odd things the went on September 11th, I think a lot of this book is thinking in hypothetical ideas

  9. Charles Garard says:

    This is a wafer thin book printed by , and involves littlethan an essay with examples and alternate interpretations of what happened regarding the alleged plane hijackings prior to the actual collision with the World Trade Center buildings on 9 11 Being a conspiracy theory person, I have read other books on the topic, such as the earlier but comprehensive tome by the irrepressible Texas journalists Jim Marrs.This work is not in that category because it narrows its focus considerably This is a wafer thin book printed by , and involves littleth...

  10. Binky Bowberg says:

    The writing style is flawed, but the book offers some interesting information to further ponder the true story of 9 11.