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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Boston Dirt Dogs remembers flights leaving Boston on 9-11, "passenger in 10B had throat slashed," flight attendants stabbed. A local issue?

  • Sorry, but most of us won't forget 'tolerant' American throats were slashed in the name of Allah on planes that became 9-11.
On September 11, 2001, 2 planes left an airport in Boston. Its passengers and crew weren't working at the World Trade Center that day I noticed a Sept. 11, 2009 post on Boston Dirt Dogs with names of crew and passengers from the 2 planes that left Boston, some of whom were stabbed to death on the plane in the name of Allah. Victims' home states/countries include California, Australia, England, Illinois, Maine, Utah, Massachusetts, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Israel, Germany, El Salvador, Rhode Island.
  • Putting a Victory Mosque at the graves of the viciously slaughtered
  • isn't just a New York City issue. Notes from the planes:
"Probe Reconstructs Horror, Calculated Attacks on Planes," Boston Globe, 11/23/01:
  • from Flight 11 files:
"As the hijacking unfolded, Ong punched the number 8 on a seatback GTE Airfone and got through to an American reservations agent. The agent called the system operations control center in Fort Worth at 8:27.
  • "She said two flight attendants had been stabbed,

one was on oxygen," said Craig Marquis, the manager on duty.

  • "A passenger had his throat slashed and looked dead and they had gotten into the cockpit."

Ong said the four hijackers had come from first-class seats: 2A, 2B, 9A, and 9B. She said the wounded passenger was in seat 10B.

  • The flight attendant also said the hijackers had hit passengers with some sort of spray that made her eyes burn. She said she was having trouble breathing....
A flight attendant's body was found at one of the crash scenes with thin wire bound tightly near her manicured hand....
  • From flight 175 files:
"While little is known about what happened aboard Flight 175, because there wasn't the array of radio transmissions or cellphone calls, one member of the crew managed to get a message to the ground.
  • Around 8:50, Rich "Doc" Miles, the manager of United's system operations center in Chicago, received a call from an airline maintenance center in San Francisco that takes in-flight calls from flight attendants about broken items.

The mechanic said a female flight attendant called and said:

  • "Oh my God. The crew has been killed, a flight attendant has been stabbed. We've been hijacked." Then the line went dead."
Many were Americans and very tolerant.
  • photo from Boston Dirt Dogs 9/11/09 post,
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