RE: [OPE] The Dog Days of August?

From: Paul Zarembka (
Date: Thu Aug 14 2008 - 23:05:04 EDT

Yep, good question, Jerry.  Do we know what happened to the Maine in Havana 
Harbor.  A Cuban visitor told me that there is proof in Havana that it was 
planted.  The U.S. affirms today it was a accident of a boiler explosion 
(if I remember correctly) -- which is far away from the U.S. accusation at 
the time.

I was on a radio talk interview recently and someone called in that BOTH 
planes hit the towers at empty floors where power was controlled.  Such 
accuracy by two even-very-skilled pilots would be unthinkable.

Still, it's not PROOF.


--On 8/14/2008 10:00 PM +0100 GERALD LEVY wrote:

> Hi Paul Z:
> This seems quite plausible: the technology to remotely control airplanes
> has existed for some time.  But, how will we ever really _know_ what
> happened?
> In solidarity, Jerry
>> The evidence I gathered and reported in my chapter (and its update in
>> the  2008 edition) demonstrates to my satisfaction that the planes took
>> off and  that there was some persons who did something interfering with
>> the planes,  but that we cannot accept the government's statements about
>> the identities  of the alleged hijackers. Further, it is less likely
>> that the planes were  piloted into targets by humans than by some
>> electronic control device.
>> It is more complicated than I just said, but that's the gist of it.

THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF 9-11, P. Zarembka, ed., Seven Stories Press, just out
 available at & -- "benchmark in 9/11 research"

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