- Flight 77 passenger, Suzanne Calley's, wedding ring and
driver's license turns up in perfect condition from Pentagon wreckage.
ATM card of Flight 11 passenger, Waleed Iskandar, also turns up unscathed,
but he wasn't even listed as a passenger on the AA official flight list.
- Capt. Jim Ingledue of the Virginia Beach Fire Department
and 9/11 first responder recently reported he found the completely unblemished
California ID card of a Flight 77 passenger amidst the devastation and
rubble at the Pentagon.
- Critics were quick to jump on what they called "another
miraculous find," claiming it was just another indication of bogus
evidence planted by FBI, including the unscathed passport found outside
the WTC of one of the hijackers, Satum AL Suqami, the luggage of Muhammad
Atta with blatant incriminating evidence and the perfectly intact Wells
Fargo ATM card of Walled Iskandar, one of the Flight 11 passengers.
- In the case of Iskandar, whose ATM card discovery was
first made public by the Arctic Beacon, it has also been learned he never
even was listed as a passenger on Flight 11 in the first place, either
on the original flight manifest or on the verified passenger list made
public by American Airlines and subsequently released by CNN.
- Iskandar's parents, Joseph and Samia, were unavailable
for comment, failing to return numerous messages left on the answering
machine at their home in Northridge, California.
- Besides the strange Iskandar situation, the Arctic Beacon
has now learned there may be even more bogus and planted FBI evidence,
as the husband of Suzanne Calley, 42, whose ID was found at the Pentagon,
also said the recovery team returned the couple's wedding ring and her
perfectly intact California driver's license, as well as the ID card.
- Frank Calley of San Martin, California, this week told
another family member who lost a loved one on 9/11 that all three items
were returned in perfectly good condition, a recovery even Capt. Ingledue
said was "strange and unbelievable" considering the meltdown
at the Pentagon.
- Calley, however, didn't question the authenticity or
believability of the items found, but added when questioned whether his
wife's body was positively identified in the rubble:
- "They told me they found her remains, but I decided
not to look. The Pentagon officials also said the remains of at least 19
others on board the plane were also identified by a military medical group.
- "Immediately after the crash, I was assigned a personal
liaison who handled my case. He was cooperative and helpful and I decided
I didn't want to see Suzanne's remains."
- What's strange about the autopsy investigation is that
none of the family members, including Calley, have demanded an independent
investigation, relying solely on government medical reporting as advised
by the Pentagon liaisons, a personal military attaché conveniently
provided for each individual family.
- The question has to be asked why would the military go
to such extremes as to provide personal attachés unless they wanted
to hide manipulate and control what should have been an independent crime
- And, even stranger, questions like this should have been
asked and independent investigations demanded by family members, all collectively
as a group remaining strangely silent when it is the natural reaction of
someone who loses a loved one, to travel to the ends of the earth to get
at the truth.
- Although the government medical team played up the fact
it undertook the most comprehensive autopsy in medical history, utilizing
DNA and dental records, none of the family members of those who allegedly
died on 9/11, like Calley, can now ever be 100 percent sure of the results
since the government controlled the autopsy, an independent investigation
never being allowed and in the case of Calley, the remains of his wife's
body has subsequently been cremated..
- "Even though it's four years after 9/11, I still
understand that family members can still be grieving. But wouldn't they
want positive independent DNA testing done to prove their loved ones actually
died in the crash," said on family member who lost a loved one 9/11
but wanted to remain anonymous.
- "I never received any remains or evidence of the
person I lost on 9/11, but if there were any remains, I surely would have
had them independently tested instead of relying on the word of the government.
- And that's exactly what transpired in the strange and
unexplainable autopsy investigation of the Flight 77 passengers, conducted
essentially in the cover of darkness by the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
- And after reading the report, it is filled with so many
inconsistencies and generalities that it makes one wonder why Calley and
the other family members - not a single one of them - ever insisted on
independent DNA proof, matching the remains held by the government with
that of their loved ones.
- In fact, the AFIP in its report dated November 16, 2001,
incredibly said it positively identified nearly all the bodies, including
the Flight 77 passengers, a medical feat which several medical experts
considered miraculous if not, impossible, considering the short amount
of time and the amount of devastation at the crime scene.
- Remember that Calley was told by his private Pentagon
attaché that 19 passengers were positively identified from Flight
77, but the AFIP reports that184 of the 189 who died at the scene, including
all but one of the airplane passengers, were positively identified within
about two months.
- But, to make matters worse, even these numbers have been
seriously questioned by an independent medical investigator named Thomas
R. Olmsted, M.D., who made a recent Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request
in order to get to the bottom of what he calls a staged and phony government
autopsy report in order to cover up for "monsters who planned this
- Dr. Olmsted said about the AFIP autopsy:
- "A list of names on a piece of paper is not evidence,
but an autopsy by a pathologist, is. I undertook by FOIA request to get
the autopsy list. Guess what? Still no Arabs on the list. It is my opinion
that the monsters who planned this crime made a mistake by not including
Arabic names on the original list to make the ruse seem more believable.
- "When airline disasters occur, airlines will routinely
provide a manifest list for anxious families. You may have noticed that
even before Sep 11th, that airlines are pretty meticulous about getting
an accurate headcount before takeoff. It seems very unlikely to me, that
five Arabs sneaked onto a flight with weapons."
- Dr. Olmsted then calls attention to the blatant discrepancy
of the names on the airline passenger manifest and the names provided by
the official Pentagon autopsy report, showing also that three names were
on the autopsy that never even were listed as passengers on the airplane,
an obvious indication of foul play never explained by the Pentagon.
- Further Dr.Olmsted found through his FOIA request that
although the medical examiners positively all of the passengers, they did
not identify any of the Arab hijackers onboard, who were also not listed
on the original flight manifest.
- "The AFIP suggest these numbers; 189 killed, 125
worked at the Pentagon and 64 were passengers on the plane. The AA list
only had 56 and the list just obtained has 58. They did not explain how
they were able to tell "victims" bodies from "hijacker"
bodies," said Dr. Olmsted. "In fact, from the beginning no explanation
has been given for the extra five suggested in news reports except that
the FBI showed us the pictures to make up the difference, and that makes
- "No Arabs wound up on the morgue slab; however,
three additional people not listed by American Airline sneaked in. I have
seen no explanation for these extras (on the autopsy list but not listed
as passengers.) I did give American the opportunity to "revise"
their original list, but they have not responded. The new names are: Robert
Ploger, Zandra Ploger, and Sandra Teague.
- "The AFIP claims that the only "passenger"
body that they were not able to identify is the toddler, Dana Falkenberg,
whose parents and young sister are on the list of those identified. The
satanic masterminds behind this caper may be feeling pretty smug about
the perfect crime, but they have left a raft of clues tying these unfortunates
- Greg Szymanski is an independent investigative journalist.