Thursday, October 28, 2004

Black boxes

This is weird:
2 say they found 9/11 'black boxes'


Two men who worked extensively in the wreckage of the World Trade Center claim they helped federal agents find three of the four "black boxes" from the jetliners that struck the towers on 9/11 - contradicting the official account.

Both the independent 9/11 Commission and federal authorities insist that none of the four devices - a cockpit voice recorder (CVR) and flight data recorder (FDR) from the two planes - was ever found.

But New York City Firefighter Nicholas DeMasi has written in a book self-published by Ground Zero workers that he took federal agents on an all-terrain vehicle in October 2001 and located three of the four. His account is backed by a well-known Ground Zero volunteer.

Their story raises the question of a cover-up at Ground Zero - although's it's not clear why the government would want to keep the discovery under wraps.
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lemme see I get this straight... some guy says he led the feds to three black boxes from the 9/11 planes...but the 9/11 commission was unaware of their existence... yet this same guy doesn't say that he TOLD the 911 commission about what he found, nor does he name the feds who also saw and took charge of the black boxes...nor does he offer any reason why the black boxes would falsify any conclusions the 911 commission reached.

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