Thursday, May 15, 2008

David Ray Griffin Once Again Lies About the Victims of 9/11

To continue the David Ray Griffin interview I mentioned this morning. When he lies about abstract things, like the number of casualties in Afghanistan, I am annoyed, when he lies about real people, I get seriously pissed off. Later on 41:30 in, he starts claiming how the phone calls from the flight attendents are fake:



We've got other signs of this, I deal with this in later writings, that calls from stew... the flight attendants Amy Sweeney and Betty Ong, also there is very clear evidence that these were fabricated, and the have changed the story there, where as originally they were said to be made on cell phones, now they're said to have been made on a seatback phone.


Listen you lying senile *#^@, the phone call from Betty Ong was released as part of the Moussaoui trial. You don't need to speculate about it being faked, why don't you play it to the person she talked to in the last minutes of her life and ask him if it is fake? Why don't you ask her family members? Why don't you give it to an expert on audio forensics and ask him? Get off your fat lazy @#% and actually take a stand behind your accusations, rather than just slandering the dead.




And the only one to change the story was you. It was an airfone from the beginning, that is why she called another American Airlines employee, because it was an automatic free call. It even talks about the airfone call in the 9/11 Commission Report.



About five minutes after the hijacking began, Betty Ong contacted the American Airlines Southeastern Reservations Office in Cary, North Carolina, via an AT&T airphone to report an emergency aboard the flight. This was the first of several occasions on 9/11 when flight attendants took action outside the scope of their training, which emphasized that in a hijacking, they were to communicate with the cockpit crew. The emergency call lasted approximately 25 minutes, as Ong calmly and professionally relayed information about events taking place aboard the airplane to authorities on the ground.29



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