Grifter Doubles Down on Phone Calls
I think we have to seriously consider the possibility that David Ray Griffin is senile. He's still insisting that some of the phone calls were faked:
In response to the claim – made in several of my writings and repeated during my Fifth Estate interview – that at least some of the reported phone calls were almost certainly fabricated, one critic wrote: “DRG has no evidence . . . that phone calls were faked.”42 To the contrary, there is considerable evidence for this conclusion.
His "evidence"? Why some of the people receiving the phone calls reported that they came from a cellphone:
As we saw, people on the ground reported receiving cell phone calls from UA 93 flight attendant Sandra Bradshaw; UA 93 passengers Marion Britton, Tom Burnett, Jeremy Glick, and Elizabeth “Honor” Wainio; from UA 175 passengers Peter Hanson and Brian Sweeney; from AA 77 flight attendant Renee May; and, according to the best-known version of Ted Olson’s account, AA 77 passenger Barbara Olson. However, the FBI, in its report to the Moussaoui trial, declared that all of those calls were made from onboard phones. If that is true, how would the FBI explain why so many people reported that they had been called from cell phones?
I don't know, you drooling baboon, maybe they didn't know the difference between Airfones and cellphones? Maybe they thought Airfones are just a different type of cellphone? Maybe unlike idiot Troofers, they weren't suspicious that their loved ones were pulling some sort of elaborate hoax on them?
If I ever meet David Ray Griffin, I'm going to have a tough time restraining myself from punching him in the face.