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9/11 Truth: Boston Air Traffic Controller Robin Hordon – 9/11 Was An Inside Job!

  • Boston Air Traffic Controller Says 9/11 An Inside Job
    by Paul Joseph Watson, www.PrisonPlanet.com
    A former Boston Center air traffic controller has gone public on his assertion that 9/11 was an inside job and that Donald Rumsfeld and the Pentagon tracked three of the four flights from the point of their hijacking to hitting their targets. In an astounding telephone interview, Robin Hordon claims air traffic controllers have been ignored or silenced to protect the true perpetrators of 9/11.
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    A recording of the phone conversation was posted on Google video late yesterday by the Pilots For 9/11 Truth organization.
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    After having acquired a background in aviation, Hordon underwent rigorous FAA training to become an air traffic controller and was posted to Boston Center where he worked for eleven years. He did not work at Boston Center when 9/11 occurred but still knows people that did who concur with his conclusions. In comparing the stand down of air defense on 9/11 and what should have occurred according to standard operating procedure, he quickly concluded on the very afternoon of the attacks that they could represent nothing other than an inside job.
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    “On September 11th I’m one of the few people who really within quite a few hours of the whole event taking place just simply knew that it was an inside job, and it wasn’t because of the visuals, the collapses, whatever….I knew that it was an inside job I think within about four or five o’clock that afternoon and the reason that I knew is because when those aircraft did collide and then we got the news and information on where the aircraft were and where they went….if they knew where the aircraft were and were talking to them at a certain time then normal protocol is to get fighter jet aircraft up assist,” said Hordon.
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    Hordon said that from personal experience he knew the system was always ready to immediately scramble intercepting fighters and that any reversal of that procedure would have been unprecedented and abnormal. He had also personally handled both real hijacking situations in his airspace and other emergency procedures.
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    “I know people who work there who confirmed to me that the FAA was not asleep and the controllers could do the job, they followed their own protocols,” he stated.
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    Hordon said that the only way the airliners could have avoided being intercepted was if a massive electrical and communications failure had occurred which it didn’t on that day, adding that there was “no way” the hijacked airliners could have reached their targets otherwise.
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    He highlighted the fact that only an emergency handling of aircraft protocol change on that day could have interrupted standard operating procedure and hijacking protocol. Hordon said it was unbelievable how far American Airlines Flight 11 was allowed to go off course without the appropriate action being taken on behalf of flight controllers.

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September 11, 2012 - Posted by | GeoPolitics, History | , , , , , , , , , ,

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