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 A Possible Scenario
Posted: Nov 22 2007, 10:16 PM

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This isnt exatly what i believe, but this came to mind. Alot of people believe flight 93 was shot down, what i was what if the passengers did revolt, and the plane was shotdown as a result of that????

Posted: Dec 3 2007, 07:05 AM

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Makes sense. But.... Wouldn't they all be heroes if they saved the plane from turrists? Or where they trying to take back control of a plane that was flying itself? :S
Posted: Dec 3 2007, 10:38 AM

The War on Terror? Eh, wtf?

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John: And was United Airlines Flight 93 shot down in Pennsylvania by a U.S. or NATO pilot and was that what was supposed to hit the Pentagon?

DGP: No, that was hit at 10:00 hours. It was taken out by the North Dakota Air Guard. I know the pilot who fired those two missiles to take down 93.

John: Was it shot down because the airline pilots actually regained control of the hijacked auto-pilot or was that to replace the unmanned drone that was shot down?

DGP: No, it was the aircraft, you see, had totally unconscious people on board. There were no hijackers. At 9:35, the Happy Hooligans, the Air Guard flying the F-16s were ordered to take that plane out. And they took it out from 9:35 to 10:00.

I don't know how reliable Col. Donn de Grand-Pré (U.S. Army ret.) is though.
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