A Brand New Sacred List
We've talked about these Sacred Lists before; a Troofer will find a list somewhere which shows something (or doesn't show something) and therefore, 9-11 was an inside job! Some examples include the oft-cited fact that Todd Beamer (for example) does not show up on the Social Security Death Index, and therefore he isn't dead and so the official story cannot be true.
Of course, a cursory glance at the SSDI reveals that they do not list people who have minor dependents who are receiving survivor benefits; it is well-known that the Beamers had two small children (with a third one on the way) on 9-11. But not to the Troofers; they apparently believe that the SSDI is some sort of sacred list, and while the government was willing to kill thousands on 9-11, it was not going to alter a sacred list in order to do so.
The latest sacred list is a list of flights that the doomed planes on 9-11 had undergone prior to that disastrous morning.
According to a Freedom of Information Act reply from the U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics, the last known pre-9/11 flights for three of the four aircraft involved in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 took place in December, 2000, nine months before the attacks. No pre-9/11 flight information is available for these planes during 2001.
Now, you know how it is, to a sane person this indicates that the airlines filed their information on a yearly basis, and thus the 2001 flight information for each of those planes was never filed. But to the wackos, it's evidence that the planes used on 9-11 were being outfitted with special gear for 9-11; remote control anybody?
But again, this belief requires you to believe that the government, while designing this incredibly complex plot, either forgot to do the minor bits of paperwork that would cover their trail, or revolted in horror at the prospect of putting "false" information on a Sacred List.
The JREFers have already torn this to shreds; MikeW notes:
Go to the BTS inquiry page.
Check "All statistics".
Flight 175 regularly flew out of San Francisco, so choose that as the Origin Airport.
Choose United Airlines as the airline.
Check September for the month.
Check All Days to see information for all of September.
Check 2001 for the year.
Click Submit. And wait (that's a big query).
When it comes back, use your browser to search for Flight 175's tail number, N612UA. And look! It flew out of SF on the 1st, the 5th, the 7th, and the 10th, and (surprise surprise) there are no further flights.