This is Bill Ryan from Project Camelot. The date today, as I record this introduction, is the 6th of April 2009.
Earlier this year, I was approached by a remarkable and very brave young lady who was present in the room when the decision was made to shoot down UA flight 93 over Shanksville, Pennsylvania on the morning of 11th of September, 2001.
In the next 40 minutes, this very courageous woman tells her story. It begins with a sequence of critical extracts which we have portrayed dramatically to illustrate the significance of the story. We're aware of the sensitivity and emotional import of this subject to millions of patriotic Americans, including many in the military, and we respect that fully.
For obvious reasons, Elizabeth Nelson is not this woman's real name, but the account you are about to hear is totally authentic. As you listen to her testimony, consider the complexities of the events of that day, and the many good people who were caught up in them, seeking only to do the best for their country, quite unaware of what the real truth might be behind the scenes.
As I listened to her story, to me, she came across as very believable.
She does not sound like someone who is looking for their 15 minutes of fame.
For most everyone that has been actually followed this story rather then just what the MSM tells us would agree that this plane was shot down. Of course that is nowhere as comforting or satisfying as saying the passengers over powered the highjackers.
Why can't the government just fess up? right from the start?
I wonder if It would have been different if was Obama instead of Bush...you know, transparency and all that.
Obama is no more free than Bush to do or say as he pleases. They are both puppets. The gov't sanctioned the whole thing. Shadow govt or whatever. Still within our gov't, just secret. They have too many secrets and are used to lying about everything.
I remember on 9-11 flipping through channels and then this one reporter was interviewing 3 people in Penn who said they saw fighters following a passenger plane, smoke trails go from the fighters to the plane, and a fiery explosion on one side of the plane. After that interview, I never heard any mention of it ever again. I was suspicious from the start. The story of passengers overpowering the hijackers was inspiring enough to make anyone searching for an alternative seem unpatriotic. And I agree - if the CIA or the Pentagon wants something hushed up, the President must go along with it.
I remember on 9-11 flipping through channels and then this one reporter was interviewing 3 people in Penn who said they saw fighters following a passenger plane, smoke trails go from the fighters to the plane, and a fiery explosion on one side of the plane.
I wouldn’t doubt that. There are some good guys in the government. But I wouldn’t want to have been the pilot that had to pull the trigger.
There are lot of holes in the official story, like the cell phone call and “lets roll”. How was that call possible? Cell phones have a range of about 5 miles, which is why cell towers have sprouted up like weeds all over the place. Also these towers are design to send and receive signals horizontally not vertically, thus the plane would have been above the phone’s range.
Debris, what little was actually found, was scattered over a large area indicating an in air explosion. Remember a few years back the plane that crashed after just taking off from O’Hare? It flew pretty much straight into the ground, like 93 was supposed to have done, yet the wreckage was confined to the area next to the trailer park.