Video: September 11 2001: Were Passenger Cell Phone Conversations Possible?

Detailed and Carefully Research Documentary

Global Research Editor’s Note

The 9/11 Commission’s Report Chapter 2 provides an almost visual description of the Arab hijackers. It depicts in minute detail events occurring inside the cabin of the four hijacked planes.

In the absence of surviving passengers, this “corroborating evidence”, was based on passengers’ cell and air phone conversations with their loved ones.

Focusing on the personal drama of the passengers, the Commission had built much of its narrative around the phone conversations. The Arabs are portrayed with their knives and box cutters, scheming in the name of Allah, to bring down the planes and turn them “into large guided missiles” (Report, Chapter 2).

The 9/11 Report conveys the impression that cell phone ground-to-air communication from high altitude was of reasonably good quality, and that there was no major impediment or obstruction in wireless transmission.

This carefully researched documentary confirms unequivocally that Chapter 2 of the 9/11 Commission’s Report was fabricated.

The official 9/11 Narrative is a Big Lie. Given the prevailing technology in September 2001, it was extremely difficult, if not impossible, to place a wireless cell phone call from an aircraft traveling at high speed above 8000 feet.

Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, September 13, 2019


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