I should really just let the following two items speak for themselves, standing in juxtaposition, although I'm sure I won't be able to keep myself from throwing in some editorial comment, for herein lies a fuller (dare I ever say full?) view of the parameters of the 9/11 conspiracy.FBI
The first is a memorandum prepared by agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, part of a group of such documents, which were collected by the 9/11 Commissioners in preparation for writing their report, and then made public in 2009. These have been uploaded at Scribd, and I've embedded a view of the collection at the bottom of this blog, and by that reference this can be found as page 69.
Below this is an article from the Albany Times Union written at the one-year anniversary mark of 9/11. Taken together they show the integral involvement of corrupt New York State policemen in providing a platform of plausibility, if not credibility, upon which the tools of the conspiracy, women like Lisa Jefferson , Lyzbeth Glick and Lisa Beamer have unleashed their mercenary madness. The simplest rule of thumb is this: all public figures who stand in the media spotlight, and serve as mouthpieces for the narrative, are fully witting accomplices to the original deception.
Date of transcription 09/11/20
On September 11, 2001, at approximately 8:45 AM, Special Agent SA [ ] received a telephone call from ROBERT COMBS, employed by GTE AIRFONE, 2809 Butterfield Road, Oak Brook, Illinois. COMBS thereafter provided the following information:
COMBS advised he was relaying information from GTE AIRFONE employee LISA JEFFERSON; who was currently talking to a passenger on UNITED AIRLINES UA flight 93, which had left Newark, New Jersey at 8:00 AM and was traveling to San Francisco, California. This passenger identified himself as TODD BEAMER, from Cranberry, New Jersey and he told JEFFERSON his flight had been hijacked by three Arab individuals, two of the individuals were described by BEAMER as having knives, and the third had a bomb strapped to him. BEAMER was apparently sitting next to a flight attendant, who was relaying information to BEAMER. COMBS further advised that BEAMER stated the hijacker seemed to be aware of the fact that he was on the telephone, but that they did not seem to care.
COMBS advised his office was trying to patch BEAMER's phone call to SA [ ] but GTE AIRFONE employees could not accomplish this task immediately. COMBS further advised his office did not have the capability to record BEAMER's conversation with JEFFERSON. COMBS then advised JEFFERSON was no longer talking to BEAMER, and that it appeared to her that BEAMER may have placed the phone on a seat or in the magazine pocket,; JEFFERSON was reporting to COMBS that she could not hear any discernible conversations in the background.
At 9:03 AM, COMBS advised he believed the telephone call had been disconnected. It was at this time that COMBS advised the call had been received at GTE AIRFONE's Oak Brook, Illinois office via a cell relay near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
At 9:11 AM, COMBS advise the call had not disconnected, and that the phone might be in the seat pocket.
At approximately 9:15 AM COMBS advised he was putting JEFFERSON on the phone, and that A patch of BEAMER's phone call to SA [ ] was ready. Instead of patching BEAMER's call, a party line call ensued, in which Captain JOHN NOONAN of the NEW YORK STATE POLICE, advised he was currently on the phone with whom he believed was the mother-in-law of UA Flight 93 passenger JEREMY
GLICK. Captain NOONAN advised the mother-in-law was relaying information her husband was currently obtaining from GLICK. GLICK. according to Captain NOONAN, described one of three hijackers as having a red box which was described as a bomb, and the others had knives. Captain NOONAN also stated he was told by GLICK's mother-in-law that the passengers had decided to rush the hijackers.
JEFFERSON asked BEAMER the location and number of passengers; BEAMER replied there were 10 passengers in the front of the plane, 27 passengers in the back, and 5 flight attendants. BEAMER had also stated he believed the plane had changed course. BEAMER also advised one or all of the hijackers had entered the cockpit, locked the door, and pulled the curtain. Captain NOONAN advised some screams were heard from GLICK's phone, and then things became quite. BEAMER was no longer heard from, but JEFFERSON report no noise other what appeared to be background noise.
No further contact with GLICK nor BEAMER was reported, and at 9:36 AM, both Captain NOONAN and JEFFERSON both stated they lost the phone calls
The following individuals can be contacted at the below numbers:
ROBERT COMBS. GTE AIRFONE [ ] and [ ] LISA JEFFERSON, GTE AIRFONE [ ]
Captain JOHN NOONAN, NEW YORK STATE POLICE;
PHYLLIS JOHNSON, GTE AIRFONE [ ] (Was on during party line call)
MARSHALL STARKMAN, VERIZON WIRELESS [ ] (Was on during party line call, and had some involvement in relaying GLICK's conversation)
September 8, 2002, Albany Times Union (Albany, NY) Final Call Details Love, Defiance, by Brendan Lyons, Staff writer
MILLBROOK -- Flight 93 was soaring across Pennsylvania when Jeremy Glick picked up a GTE Airfone. State Police dispatcher Robert Weingaertner was 90 minutes into his day shift at Troop K headquarters near Poughkeepsie.
It would be the last call of Glick's life. The 31-year-old computer executive had just watched another passenger get knifed when four hijackers took control of the cockpit. Troopers were huddled around a television set down the hall as Weingaertner settled in at his desk to field 911 calls at Troop K headquarters, less than a mile from the Taconic Parkway in Dutchess County. He knew that two commercial airliners had hit the World Trade Center.
His third call of the day was a woman on a cellphone -- Glick's mother-in-law at her home in the Catskills.
JoAnne Makely told Weingaertner that her son-in-law was aboard a jet from Newark, N.J., to San Francisco that had been hijacked. He was on the other line with their daughter. What can they do?
"Everything probably played out in seconds, but it seemed like an eternity," Weingaertner said.
As the one-year anniversary of Sept. 11 approaches, countless stories are being retold about the heroic passengers on United Airlines Flight 93. But Weingaertner's story has never been told, until State Police officials last week allowed him to give his first interview.
"As soon as I realized what I had, I yelled for my supervisor to come over," Weingaertner said. "I would ask questions for Jeremy and they would repeat them exactly as I said it."
Where was the plane? Are they over water? A city? How many hijackers? Is anyone injured? Has the plane turned?
Other passengers around him were calling relatives, friends, telephone operators ... anyone. Glick told his wife, Lyzbeth, about the men with the red headbands. She had given birth to their first child, daughter Emerson, three months earlier. He asked about the World Trade Center. It was true, she said. The carnage was unfolding in front of her on television.
They told each other they loved one another.
A group of passengers was forming an alliance and forging a plan to ram the cockpit door with a food cart. Some of them probably figured they were going to die anyway. They also knew about the trade center and something about another plane hitting the Pentagon. Glick was a judo champion with the build of a professional football player. Lyzbeth told her husband he should help try to take back the plane.
The towers began collapsing and phone systems across southern New York started jamming. Weingaertner -- the only law enforcement official on record as having direct access that day to a hijacked jet -- kept the family on the line for 45 minutes.
Capt. Francis Christensen stood behind Weingaertner, firmly directing troopers who were flooding the dispatch room. Call Verizon and see if they can patch directly into Glick's call. Contact the FBI. Call the Federal Aviation Administration -- they already knew Flight 93 was in trouble. Christensen only listened, because Weingaertner, a dispatcher for eight years, was asking all the right questions.
Did Glick know their destination?
Weingaertner gently fed questions to Makely and her husband, Richard.
Lyzbeth Glick was overcome with emotion. The Glicks had married in 1996 and were living in New Jersey. Jeremy worked for an Internet company that studies Web customers. He would race home after work to hold his baby daughter.
"Jeremy knew what was going on," Christensen said. "The guy had his head on his shoulders, let me tell you. He knew how long they were up in the air. He felt the plane bank. That's when he says 'We're over Pennsylvania someplace. ... We're about 30,000 feet up in the air.'"
Jeremy and Lyzbeth Glick grew up together in northern New Jersey. They were voted prom king and queen. As they spoke, they professed their love for one another. She told him to be brave.
Most of the passengers had been forced into the rear of the cabin. One of the hijackers clutched something he claimed was a bomb.
Weingaertner sensed Lyzbeth Glick was slipping into shock. The ambulance he dispatched as a precaution would be there any moment. JoAnne Makely had the cellphone again. She wanted to use it to call a neighbor for help. "No, you can't do that. You have to stay on the phone with me," Weingaertner told her. Even State Police were having trouble making calls. If they hung up, they might never reconnect.
Inside the Boeing 757, the hijackers had turned the jet toward Washington, D.C. Their target is still only a guess. The night before, they had shaved hair from their bodies, bathed and put on cologne. They prayed to Allah and checked that their knives were sharp. There were 40 people on board the jet.
Todd Beamer, another passenger, finished reciting a Psalm and huddled with the passengers about to take their only shot.
Lyzbeth Glick apparently couldn't listen anymore. She handed the phone to her father and left the room.
As Weingaertner recounts the call that day, the hairs on his arms are standing straight. "I still get goose bumps every time we talk about it," he explained, rubbing his forearm.
Sometime at about 10 a.m., a group of passengers rushed the cockpit door. Jeremy was no longer holding the phone, but the line was open. Weingaertner asked JoAnne Makely, now on the phone with him, if her husband could hear anything.
He heard screams. The phone connection with Jeremy went static.
At 10:06 a.m., Flight 93 slammed into the western Pennsylvania countryside at an estimated 500 mph, about 120 miles northwest of Washington, D.C.
An emergency official arrived at the Makelys' home in Windham and took the phone, telling Weingaertner they were there. The call was disconnected. The tape would later be turned over to the FBI.
Weingaertner's fiancee, a trooper he married earlier this year, was dispatched to New York City to help with the chaos.
At times, when debates surface about how the victims at the World Trade Center and Pentagon should be memorialized, Weingaertner said his thoughts drift to Flight 93.
"These people were victimized just as badly as the people who were in those buildings," he said.
Christensen also is drawn by the memory of that call.
"I certainly gravitate toward Flight 93," he said. :They were all heroes on that plane. ... I do occasionally think it would be nice someday to meet the family and I wonder how they're doing and stuff."
Weingaertner, who also is a member of the Air National Guard based in Scotia, left at the normal time when his shift ended Sept. 11. But nothing felt normal.
"I left at 4 o'clock that day to pick up my daughter at the baby sitter's," he said. "I heard a news report speculating what happened to that flight and that's when it finally hit me. I got cold and I don't think I warmed up until the next morning."
PHILIP KAMRASS/TIMES UNION STATE POLICE DISPATCHER Robert Weingaertner talks about the phone call he took on Sept. 11 that indirectly put him in contact with Jeremy Glick, a passenger on Flight 93, the airliner that crashed in Pennsylvania.
T7 B17 FBI 302s of Interest Flight 93 Fdr- Entire Contents
But how do these documents directly implicate the New York State Police in the conspiracy of 9/11? Didn't "Capt. Francis Christensen" who "stood behind Weingaertner, firmly directing troopers who were flooding the dispatch room," say to "[c]all Verizon and see if they can patch directly into Glick's call," and to "[c]ontact the FBI"? I think that question is answered by the fact that an unnamed New York State Police Investigator was present during the FBI interview of Lyzbeth Glick, along with her parents, as revealed in the document on page 71 of the collection. Isn't the first rule of police interrogation to separate out interviewees to see if their stories then add up? This is reminiscent of President George W. Bush's interview with Vice-President Dick Cheney before the 9/11 Commission.[page 71 of 76]
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Date of Transcription 09/12/2001
Interview with Lyzbeth Glick
Lyzbeth Glick, white female, born [ ] was interviewed at the summer residence of her parents, JoAnne and Richard Makely [ ] telephone [ ] Present during the interview were New York State Police Investigator [ ] and Lyzbeth's parent's JoAnne and Richard Makely. After being advised of the identity of the interviewing agents and the nature of the interview, Lyzbeth Glick provided the following information:
On 09/11/2001, at approximately 9:30 a.m., a telephone call was received by Lyzbeth's mother, JoAnne Makely at Makely's Jewett, NY residence, telephone [ ] from Lyzbeth's husband, Jeremy Logan Glick. male, born 09/03/1970, from a telephone on board United Airlines Flight #93. Jeremy was supposed to have traveled on 09/10/2001; however, a fire at the Newark airport delayed his flight by a day. Jeremy left his residence in Hewitt, NJ, on 09/11/2001 for Newark International Airport to board Flight #93 en route, non-stop, to San Francisco, CA. Jeremy was presumably carrying only a small, wheeled, carry-on suitcase and a laptop computer on the flight. Jeremy was employed as a sales manager by Vividence, Inc., of San Mateo CA, 415 305-6170, was en route to San Francisco for a meeting and was scheduled to return on 09/12/2001.
During the call, Jeremy initially spoke to his mother-in-law, JoAnne Makely and immediately asked to speak to his wife Lyzbeth. After giving the telephone to Lyzbeth, JoAnne Makely contacted "911" via her cellular telephone [ ] Jeremy first told Lyzbeth that he loved her and then said that Flight #93 had been hijacked by three "Iranian-looking" males, with dark skin and bandanas ethnic type as opposed to hippie type on their heads. One of the males stated that he was in possession of a bomb in a red box and one was armed with a knife. Jeremy advised that the plane was approximately one hour out of Newark and that they were over land, although it felt as if they were circling instead of flying straight towards California. Jeremy advised Lyzbeth that the hijackers had herded the passengers into the rear of the plane and told them that if they did not crash into the World Trade
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Center, they were going to blow up the plane. One of the hijackers then told the passengers to call their loved ones. The three hijackers then entered the cockpit of the plane. Jeremy advised that he was unsure if the hijackers were going to crash or blow-up the plane.
The entire call lasted approximately fifteen to twenty minutes. Lyzbeth could not hear any unusual sounds in the background of the call and the connection was extremely clear, "as if he was calling from the next room." Jeremy was extremely calm,but sounded very concerned and confused.
Jeremy advised that the Captain had not made any announcements and that the people were scared because they did not know what was happening. Jeremy advised Lyzbeth that other passengers had contacted their wives and husbands and asked if it were true that people were crashing planes into the World Trade Center. Lyzbeth and her parents had been watching news coverage of the events on the television and were aware that at least one plane had crashed into the World Trade Center, but neither of the Towers had fallen at the time of Jeremy's call. Jeremy advised Lyzbeth that he and four other male passengers were contemplating "rushing" the hijackers and asked Lyzbeth if that was okay with her. Lyzbeth told Jeremy that she did not know if that was okay and asked Jeremy if any of the hijackers had guns, to which Jeremy replied they did not.
In a joking manner, as if ease Lyzbeth's concern, Jeremy advised that he and approximately four other male passengers were"going to get the butter knives." Jeremy then, seriously, told Lyzbeth that he and the other males were organizing to "rush" the hijackers. Jeremy told Lyzbeth that he loved her and asked her not to hang-up the telephone.
Lyzbeth remained on the phone for a few minutes then handed the telephone to her father, Richard Makely.
The Glick's have a three month old baby girl name Emerson Ferris Glick 06/18/2001
This FBI interview with Michelle Erb, a Service Director at United, undertaken at "her place of business," on Sept. 13th, but which the FBI didn't transcribe until Sept. 15th, indicates to me the bureau was in no great hurry in getting to the bottom of the matter. It comprises a detailed narrative provided to the FBI by United Airlines of the ticket booking, and purchase arraignments made by the passengers who flew on Flight 93 on 9/11, however it can be seen as fraudulent in conception since, despite its minutiae, it doesn't mention that Jeremy Glick had first purchased a ticket for a flight from Newark on September 10th, on a flight which was cancelled due to a fire at Newark Airport, as mentioned in the Lyzbeth Glick interview.[Page 1 of 76]
FBI Special Agent Interview
Michelle Erb Interview
Interview date: 09/13/01
Date of transcription 09/15/2001
MICHELLE ERB, Service Director, was interviewed at her place of business, United Airlines, 11555 Touhy Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60666. ERB was advised of the identity of the interviewing agents. ERB was advised the purpose of the interview was to obtain a flight history of all the passengers on United Airlines Flight 93, which was scheduled to fly from Newark, New Jersey to San Francisco, California on September 11, 2001. The flight however, crashed in Pennsylvania. ERB provided the following information:
CHRISTIAN ADAMS made his reservations through Lufthansa in Germany and was traveling on Lufthansa ticket stock on this leg of his trip from Newark to San Francisco. ADAMS booked his round trip tickets through F.I.R.S.T. Travel Agency, Mainz, Germany on August 17, 2001. The Travel Agency phone number is 23-27-11-02. ADAMS home phone was [ ] His Next ot Kin was his wife SILKE ADAMS. [ ] ADAMS sat in row 17, seat D.
SAEED ALGHAMDI was traveling with AHMED ALNAMI. The reservations were made by a person by the name, FIRST NAME UNKNOWN FNU SAJARAH. ALGHAMDI provided 755 Dehiterel Road, Apartment 1504, Del Ray Beach, Florida, 33444, telephone number 954 771-0620, as his contact information. ALGHAMDI bought a first class one-way ticket. Reservations for the flight were made on August 27, 2001, and an electronic ticket was used. ALGHAMDI sat in Row 3, Seat D. When SAJARAH called the United Airlines Reservation 800 number, he spoke with a Honolulu agent named NAOMI E. HOSHIDA. SAJARAH made reservations for ALGHAMDI and ALNAMI for one-way tickets from Newark to San Francisco. When the original credit card was run, VISA number 4011 8060 7081 5781, expiration June 2003, the card was declined. United Airlines made two attempts to notify ALGHAMDI with negative results. On September 5, 2001, ALGHAMDI called United Airlines to inquire about his tickets and was informed by United Airlines Reservations Representative, D. MOORE, in Bloomington, Indiana, that his credit card had been declined. ALGHAMDI provided a new credit card, VISA number 4011 8060 7081 0805, expiration date of July 2003. The name on the credit card is SAEED ALGHAMDI. MARLENE WELLS issued the electronic tickets for both ALGHAMDI and ALNAMI at the Burbank reservations office. The total cost for both tickets was $3,539.50.
AHMED ALHAZNAWI purchased his ticket over the Internet through Travelocity.com, 8750 Tesoro Drive, Suite 100, San Antonio, Texas 78217. A first-class, one-way ticket from Newark to San Francisco to San Diego was purchased. The seat in Row 6B was chosen when the reservation was made on August 29, 2001. A home address was given as 755 Dehiterel Road, Apartment 1504, Del Ray Beach, Florida, 33444, telephone number 954 771-0620. The credit card used for the purchase was a VISA number 4011 8060 7084 6927, which has no expiration date given. This credit card was issued by the same company as ALGHAMDI'S, due to the first eight prefix numbers. ALGHAMDI paid $1,593.48 for his ticket and a paper ticket was issued with number 01670486003885.
AHMED ALNAMI had his ticket purchased when ALGHAMDI'S ticket was purchased. ALNAMI satin Row 3, Seat C. All other information for ALNAMI is the same as ALGHAMDI'S.
TODD BEAMER booked a round trip ticket from Newark to San Francisco returning on the same day. The reservation was made on August 31, 2001 and the ticket purchased was an electronic ticket. BEAMER belongs to the United Premier Executive Mileage, which means he flies 50,000 to 100,000 miles per year. BEAMER worked for the Oracle Corporation, 517 Route 1 South Iselin, New Jersey 08830, telephone number 201 553-7054. The reservation was made through Rosenbluth International travel agency, telephone number 800 343- 2541 on August 31, 2001. The ticket was purchased on September 5, 2001 with a Diners Club credit card, number 38858001573705 expiration June 2002. BEAMER'S home address is [ ] The Next of Kin was his wife LISA BEAMER. BEAMER sat in row 10 seat D.
ALAN BEAVEN booked a round trip ticket from Newark to San, Francisco with the return flight on September 28, 2001. The reservation was made on July 29, 2001. BEAVEN is a mileage plus member who used his miles to obtain a free ticket for this trip. His ticket was reserved through the United Airlines Mileage Plus 'reservation center and the electronic ticket was issued on July 30, 2001. BEAVEN'S Home address was 5556 Marshall Street, Oakland, California 94608-2614, telephone number 510 232-5372. The Next of Kin was his wife KIMMIE BEAVEN [ ] BEAVEN sat in row 17, seat F.
MARION BRITTON booked two seats for her own use. Her trip was a round trip from Newark to San Francisco and a return flight on September 14, 2001. BRITTON made her reservations on September 4, 2001, through a travel agency phone number 770 428-4700. The ticket was purchased with a Visa card number 4486090000004073 with no expiration. BRITTON was traveling on official government business, telephone number 212 264-3869 and FAX number 212 264-3862. Her home address was 880 68th Street, Apt 5K, Brooklyn, New York 11220, telephone number 718 680-7536. Her Next of Kin was her brother, PAUL BRITTON at [ ] Britton sat in row 12 seats B and C
WILLIAM CASHMAN was traveling with PATRICK DRISCOLL. CASHMAN was using a free mileage plus ticket using DRISCOLL'S miles. They had reservations to fly from Newark to San Francisco to Fresno and returning via Denver on September 16, 2001. The reservation and purchase was made through the United Airlines office in South Bend on March 20. 2001. CASHMAN gave his home address as [ ] CASHMAN sat in row 15, seat D.
PATRICIA CUSHING was traveling with JANE FOLGER. CUSHING booked round trip tickets on the flight from Newark to San Francisco returning on September 18, 2001. Reservations were made through Travelscape Expedia telephone number 702 938-2100, ; extension 202 on June 13, 2001. Tickets were purchased as a special fare, ticketed on June 14, 2001. CUSHING'S home address ; was [ ] CUSHING sat in row 19, seat C.
GEORGINE CORRIGAN was on her return flight, Newark via San Francisco to Honolulu. Her reservation was made through the American Express travel agency in Honolulu on August 2, 2001, telephone number 808 946-7741. The tickets were purchased on August 3, 2001 using a Visa credit card number 4811690012184049, expiration January 2003. Her home address was 615 Kuliouou Place, Honolulu, Hawaii 96821-2226, telephone 808 732-8800. Her Next of Kin was her daughter LAURA BROUGH [ ] CORRIGAN sat in row 12, seat D.
DEORA BODLEY booked the Newark to San Francisco flight as a return flight. Her ticket was a free mileage plus ticket. She made reservations for her trip on August 6, 2001. Her home address was was [ ] BODLEY sat in row 20, seat F.
THOMAS BURNETT booked the Newark to San Francisco flight as the return trip for his trip, which he made reservations for on August 31, 2001. Uniglobe Black Tie Travel agency made the reservations, telephone number 408 922-0102. The tickets were paid for with an American Express credit card 372861817261006, expiration July 2002. He was a 100,000-mile frequent flyer member. He worked for Thorateck Lab, [a misspelling of Thoratec] 6035 Stoneridge Drive, Pleasanton, California 94588, telephone number 510 841-1212, extension 210 or 800 528-2577. BURNETT provided a home address of [ ] His Next of Kin was his wife DINA BURNETT. BURNETT sat in row 4, seat B.
JOSEPH DELUCA was traveling with LINDA GRONLUND. Their reservations were made on June 11, 2001 for round trip tickets, Newark to San Francisco, returning September 19, 2001. The reservations were made through the United Airlines Mileage Plus office. The tickets were paid for using GRONLUND'S mileage plus miles. His Next of Kin were his parents, JOSEPH and ELICIA DELUCA, telephone number [ ] DELUCA sat in row 2, seat B.
PATRICK DRISCOLL was traveling with WILLIAM CASHMAN. DRISCOLL booked a round trip ticket from Newark via San Francisco to Fresno, with the return flight going through Denver on September 16, 2001. His reservations were made through the United Airlines office in South Bend on March 20, 2001. DRISCOLL purchased both tickets [Both were in First Class] using his Mileage Plus miles, and they were issued on March 20, 2001. DRISCOLL'S business address is 37 Greenleaf Drive, Englishtown, New Jersey, telephone number 908 446-7367. His Next of Kin was his wife [unnamed] DRISCOLL sat in row 15, seat C.
JANE C. FOLGER was traveling with PATRICIA CUSHING. FOLGER booked round trip fares from Newark to San Francisco with a return flight on September 18, 2001. Reservations were made through Travelscape Expedia, telephone number 702 938-2100, extension 202 on June 13, 2001. The tickets were part of a special fare and were ticketed on June 14, 2001. FOLGER provided a contact number for her daughter [ ] FOLGER sat in row 19, seat B.
COLLEEN FRASER booked a round trip flight from Newark via San Francisco to Reno, with a return flight on September 15, 2001. Reservations were made over the Internet via Travelocity.com, 8750 \o Drive, Suite 200, San Antonio, Texas 78217, telephone number ; 877 439-0277 on August 9, 2001. Tickets were purchased using an American Express credit card number 37834975Q472008, no expiration date. FRASER'S home address was [ ] FRASER sat in row 13, seat A.
ANDREW GARCIA booked Newark to San Francisco as his return. The reservation was made through United Airlines Mileage Plus Service Center on August 28, 2001. The tickets were purchased with frequent flyer miles on August 30, 2001. GARCIA provided his home address as [ ] GARCIA sat in row 20, seat C.
EDWARD FELT booked a round trip flight from Newark to San Francisco, returning on September 14, 2001. The reservations were made through Rosenbluth Travel Agency, telephone number 701 254-4545, on September 7, 2001. The tickets were purchased with a Visa Credit Card number 4715960000219033; no expiration date given and the tickets were also upgraded to first class using mileage plus miles. FELT provide a home address of [ ] FELT provided a business address as 140 Allen Road, Liberty Corner, New Jersey 07938, telephone number 908 580-3142, and FAX number 908 580-3030. FELTS Next of Kin was his wife [ ] FELT sat in row 2, seat D.
KRISTIN GOULD booked a round trip flight from Newark to San Francisco, returning on September 22, 2001. The reservations were made over the Internet via Travelocity.com, telephone number 888 709-5983, on August 17, 2001. The tickets were purchased using an American Express Credit Card number 371952877312002, no expiration date given. GOULD'S home address was 53 West 94th Street, Apt 1R, New York, New York 10025, telephone number 212 222-8222. GOULD supplied her Next of Kin as her daughter [ ] GOULD sat in row 21, seat C.
DONALD GREENE booked a round trip flight from Newark to Reno via San Francisco, and on September 17, 2001 San Francisco to New Orleans. September 20, 2001 he was to finish his trip from New Orleans to New York. GREENE was a mileage plus member. The reservations were made through an unidentified travel agency at telephone number 914 835-7600. [a simple Google search for 914-835-7600 indicates the telephone number is for Rich Worldwide Travel, 500 Mamaroneck Avenue Harrison, NY 10528, a specialist in Gay & Lesbian Travel.] The tickets were purchased with a Master Card credit card 5410654342814917. GREENE'S home address [ ] GREENE sat in row 16, seat D.
LINDA GRONLUND was traveling with Joseph DELUCA. A round trip was booked by GRONLUND through the United Airlines Mileage Plus Office on June 11, 2001 and the tickets purchased with frequent flyer miles. GRONLUND provide her home telephone number as 845 477-2646. GRONLUND'S business address was 38 Indian Trail North, Greenwood Lake, New York 10925, telephone number 201 573-2194. Her Next of Kin was provided as her mother [ ] GRONLUND sat in row 2, seat A.
RICHARD GUADAGNO booked his flight over the Internet via United Connection on June 28, 2001. The flight from Newark to San Francisco ending in Arcadia was his return flight. He is a mileage plus member. The tickets were purchased with Master Card credit card number 5420761110018536 with an expiration date of November 2002. GUADAGNO provided his address as P.O. Box 612, Loleta, California 95551, and telephone number 707 733-5406. GUADAGNO gave his Next of Kin as his father [ ] GUADAGNO sat in row 19, seat A.
JEREMY GLICK booked his round trip flight on September 5, 2001 from Newark to San Francisco through an unidentified travel agency, with the return flight on September 12, 2001. GLICK was a mileage plus member. GLICK provided his home address as [ ] GLICK'S business telephone number was 973 657-1470, FAX 973 657-1471, main business number 650 645-5000 and a contact at his business was REBECCA JENNINGS 650 645-5043. GLICK named his Next of Kin as his wife LYZBETH GLICK [ ] GLICK sat in row 11, seat A.
LAUREN GRANDCOLAS booked round trip tickets from San Francisco to Newark and this flight from Newark to San Francisco was her return flight. The ticket was reserved through United Airlines Mileage Plus Service Center and purchased with JACK GRANDCOLAS' mileage plus miles. GRANDCOLAS' home address was [ ] A Newark contact telephone number was 973 376-7078. GRANDCOLAS provided a business telephone, which was 415 454-9163. The Next of Kin for GRANDCOLAS was her husband JACK GRANDCOLAS [ ] GRANDCOLAS sat in row 19, seat A.
ZIAD JARRAH purchased a one-way, First Class ticket from Newark to San Francisco and then on to Las Vegas. JARRAH gave his contact information as a business address of 1816 Harding Street;, Hollywood, Florida, and telephone number 954 920-1590 and 954 801-5169. JARRAH purchased his ticket on the United Airlines web. site. The e-mail address that JARRAH used was ZIADJARRAH@AB.COM. The reservations were made on August 30, 2001. JARRAH purchased an electronic ticket using a VISA credit card number 4011 8060 7080 4835, which expires in May 2003. This credit card is from the same . credit card company as the VISA used by ALGHAMDI and ALHAZNAWi. JARRAH paid $1,621. 50 for his ticket. JARRAH sat in row 1, seat B.
TOSHIYA KUGE reserved her [he is a he, silly!] flight at a travel agency, H.I.S. Company Limited 4-9-12 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 16900, telephone number 03-53865371. KUGE had a connecting flight to Osaka, Japan from San Francisco. This was her return trip. Her reservations were made on July 5, 2001, and they were issued as electronic tickets. KUGE'S home address was [ ] KUGE sat in row 18, seat A.
HILDA MARCIN reserved her flight through the United Airlines Oakland Ticket Office on February 21, 2001. The Newark to San Francisco flight was the first part of a round trip, electronic ticket to be completed in June 2002. The ticket was bought using United Silver Travel Pack Senior coupons on February 21, 2001. Her home address was 10 Scenic Drive Apartment 1 B, Budd Lake, New Jersey 07828, telephone number 925 648-0384. Her Next of Kin was listed as her daughter [ ] MARCIN sat in row 17, seat C.
WALESKA MARTINEZ reserved a round trip ticket from Newark to San Francisco to return on September 14, 2001. A travel agency in Atlanta made the reservation, telephone number 770 428-4700 on August 22, 2001. MARTINEZ flew on a government ticket, which was paid for by Visa credit card 4486090000004073, expiration date unknown. MARTINEZ provided a business telephone number 212 264-3860 and FAX 212 264-3862. The home address was [ ] MARTINEZ listed her Next of Kin as her mother [ ] MARTINEZ sat in row 10, seat F.
JEAN PETERSON was traveling with her husband DONALD PETERSON PETERSON booked a round trip electronic ticket returning from San Francisco on September 16, 2001. Reservations were made through the United Airlines Washington Reservation Office on July 14, 2001. Her ticket was paid for with Visa credit card number 4388523019786461, expiration date, April 2004. The ticket was a senior discounted fare and she was a mileage plus member. Her home address was given as 18 Pitney Avenue, Spring Lake, New Jersey 07762, telephone number 732 449-2931. PETERSON'S Next of Kin was given as her stepson [ ] PETERSON sat in row 14, seat C.
NICOLE MILLER had reservations for this flight due to her missing the evening flight on September 10, 2001 at 7:20 p.m. She was rescheduled for the 7 a.m. United Airlines flight which was later changed to the 8 a.m. United Airlines flight 93. All her reservations and changes in the itinerary were made through US Airways on September 10, 2001. MILLER provided no home address or telephone number to United Airlines. MILLER provided Next of Kin information as her mother [ ] MILLER sat in row 10, seat A.
LOUIS NACKE booked a round trip ticket on September 10, 2001 through Travel Inc of Pittsfield, telephone number 413 499-4636. NACKE was supposed to fly from Newark via San Francisco to Sacramento returning on the same day via Los Angeles. His itinerary was ticketed on September 11, 2001 and paid for using an American Express credit card number 378533381811003, expiration October 2002. NACKE provided a home address of [ ] NACKE'S business addresses are 111 Cokesbury Road, Lebanon, New Jersey 08833, telephone number 908 236-7740 and 2317 Durham Court, Mt. Laurel, New Jersey 08054. NACKE provided his Next of Kin as his wife AMY NACKE [ ] NACKE, sat in row 12, seat F.
DONALD PETERSON was traveling with his wife JEAN PETERSON. PETERSON booked a round trip electronic ticket returning from San Francisco on September 16, 2001. Reservations were made through the United Airlines Washington Reservation Office on July 14, 2001. His ticket was paid for with Visa credit card number 4388523019786461 with an expiration date, April 2004. The ticket was a senior discounted fare. His home address was given as 18 Pitney Avenue, Spring Lake, New Jersey 07762, telephone number 732 449-2931. PETERSON'S Next of Kin was given as his son [ ] PETERSON sat in row 14, seat A.
MARK ROTHENBERG booked his flights through United Airlines Detroit Reservation Center on September 4, 2001 and they were electronically ticketed on September 6, 2001. His reservations were to fly Newark to Taipei via San Francisco with a return flight on September 16, 2001. ROTHENBERG was a 100,000 frequent flyer with United Airlines and used some of his miles to upgrade to first class on the flight. ROTHENBERG provided a business telephone number 212 889-5210. He provided a home address of [ ] ROTHENBERG sat in row 5, seat B.
CHRISTINE SNYDER booked her flight through A CTS Travel on July 10, 2001, telephone number 212 333-3633. Her flight was a round trip flight and Newark via San Francisco to Honolulu was her return flight. Her tickets were paid for and electronically ticketed on July 11, 2001 with a Visa credit card 4190004316546682. The name on the card was [ ] SNYDER sat in row 17, seat A.
JOHN TALIGNANI booked an emergency fare round trip flight from Newark to Fresno via San Francisco, returning on September 14, 2001. TALIGNANI was traveling to attend the funeral for his stepson, ALAN ZYKOFSKY. Reservations were made and electronic tickets were issued by Empress Travel on September 10, 2001, telephone number 516 764-6116. TALIGNANI provide his home address only as Staten Island, New York, telephone number 718 668-2580. TALIGNANI gave Next of Kin information as his [ ] TALIGNANI sat in row 18, seat F.
HONOR ELIZABETH WAINIO booked a round trip ticket from Newark to San Francisco, returning on September 16, 2001. Reservations were made by Discovery Travel, telephone number 888 324-8728 on August 21, 2001. The itinerary was ticketed on August 21, 2001 using a Master Card credit card 540510700124446373, expiration January 2002. WAINIO was a mileage plus member. Her home address was 679 Mountain Boulevard, Apt 3, Watchung, New Jersey 07060, telephone number 908 757-1314. Her Next of Kin is [ ] WAINIO sat in row 11 , seat F.
MARK BINGHAM was traveling on a one-way stand-by ticket, on a United Airlines employee companion fare as a guest of his aunt, CANDICE HOGLAN, who is a United Airlines employee. The United Airlines Reservation Office made his reservation on September 10, 2001. BINGHAM'S home address in San Francisco was 1227 Shrader Street, San Francisco, California 94117, telephone number 415 215-5430. BINGHAM designated his mother. ALICE HOGLAN as his Next of Kin [ ] BINGHAM sat in row 4, seat D.
JASON DAHL, Captain United Airlines, was assigned to Flight, 93, and resided at [ ]
LEROY HOMER. First Officer United Airlines, was assigned to Flight 93, and resided at [ ]
LORRAINE BAY, Flight Attendant United Airlines, was assigned to Flight 93. and resided at [ ]
SANDRA BRADSHAW, Flight Attendant United Airlines, was assigned to Flight 93, and resided at [ ]
WANDA GREEN, Flight Attendant United Airlines, was assigned to Flight 93, and resided at 831 South Park Avenue, Linden, New Jersey . 07036. telephone number 510 451-5091. Her Next of Kin was her [ ]
CEECEE LYLES Flight Attendant United Airlines, was assigned to Flight 93. and resided at [ ] Her Next of Kin was her husband, LORNE LYLES.
DEBORAH WELSH. Flight Attendant United Airlines was assigned to Flight 93, and resided at [ ]
A similar FBI memo from the 9/11 Commission files, but not included in the collection above, was scanned by Mike Williams of 911myths.com on 24th March 2009, and titled "Team 7/ Box 12 Flight 93 Calls – Louis Nacke." It details the FBI's "Interview with Amy Trichon Nacke, Surviving Spouse." Like the Lyzbeth Glick interview, Mrs. Nacke's interview also implicates the passenger arrangements that United Airlines and Erb supplied to the FBI was fraudulent, since it fails to mention that the flight Nacke had "booked a round trip ticket on September 10, 2001," for, was a later flight, and most likely on a competing airliner:
Date of Transcription:9/26/2001 Amy Trichon Nacke, was interviewed at her residence [ ] New Hope, Pennsylvania PA 18938 regarding background information on her husband, Louis J. Nacke, II, who was killed when United Airlines UA Flight 93 crashed in Somerset County, PA, on September 11, 2001, en route to San Francisco CA. Present during the interview of Nacke were her mother, Sally N. Weisberg and step-father, Robert A. Weisberg. Nacke was provided with the identities of the interviewing agents. She supplied the following information regarding her deceased husband:
Name: Louis J. Nacke, II
Date of Birth: 9/9/59
Place of Birth: Virginia
Social Security Number: 091-54-6745
Last Address: [ ] New Hope, PA 18938
Telephone Number: [ ]
Address Outside US: none
Job Title: Director of Logistics
Place of Employment: K Bee Toys
Security Clearances: none
Military Service: none
Reason For Travel: Business, meeting with a client in Sacramento, CA
Luggage Information: none, he intended to return the same day
Car Information at Airport: He obtained a ride to Newark Airport
Method of Payment: K Bee Toys business account/ credit card
Last Contact: 7:15 AM, 9/11/01 Louis Nacke contacted his wife from Newark Airport to advise her he would be taking an earlier flight than scheduled. Mrs. Nacke received a message on her cell phone at approximately 9:15 to 9:30. Someone had attempted to call but it sounded as though the phone call was disrupted before the caller could leave a message. Louis Nacke had a cell phone with him on the plane. Mrs. Nacke has deleted the caller's message which included the telephone number from which the call came. She was unaware of the plane crash at that time. Mrs. Nacke would want to know if the call was placed by her husband before the plane crashed. The cell phone her husband carried is a business cell phone and the bills would go to K Bee Toys.
Pertaining to next of kin:
Name: Amy Nacke, nee Trichon
Address: [ ] New Hope, PA 18938
Telephone Numbers: [ ] Nacke home
[ ] Weisberg home
609-780-4530 (Louis Nacke's cell phone that he had on the plane with him when it went down.)
Relation to Victim: spouse
Recovered Personal Effects: Mrs. Nacke stated that her husband had no luggage and carried only a portfolio. She has given a description of his wedding ring and watch to UA and stated that if found, she would like these items returned to her. [redacted sentence] She would welcome a telephone call should this happen.