|Wikipedia has nothing much to say on some major irregularities regarding aircraft wreckage on 9/11. It implausible that black boxes, designed to survive impact and fire were not recovered while three of the supposed hijackers' passports reportedly did survive the fiery crashes.|
On 9-11, for the second & third time in history, a jet crashes on land and neither flight recorder is recovered. Nevertheless, if New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik is to be believed, the passport of Satam al-Suqami was randomly found a few blocks from the World Trade Center. Moreover, passport of Ziad Jarrah and Saeed al-Ghamdi also survive the demise of United Airlines Flight 93 in Shanksville.
|Document:Aircraft Parts and the Precautionary Principle||essay||2006||George Nelson||This explores the refusal of the US authorities to discuss the complete absence of serial-numbered time-change parts from any of the 9/11 crash sites. Quite remarkable considering the authorities' claims that they recovered 95% of the aircraft from the Shanksville crash site.|
- Suspected hijacker's passport found Larry Neumeister - Arizona Daily Star, 16 September 2001
- Passport of suspected hijacker found in debris Larry Neumeister - Las Vegas Review-Journal, 16 September 2001
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