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I was wondering about the guys who flew the planes into the towers on 9/11. Did they ever figure out exactly who they were?

Asked by rojo (22067points) 6 days ago

As I recall there was some question as to whether or not some of them were using an alias was this ever determined?

If they were using an alias how did they get credit for what they did within the radical communities?

And if they did get credit would that not mean that somebody knows who they are even if they were using aliases and false documents.

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Patty_Melt's avatar

They know who they were, and where the were from, and what kind of training they had.

flutherother's avatar

All the hijackers are identified in the 9/11 Commission Report

rojo's avatar

@filmfann, in the link you gave is a short paragraph which states that after the names of the hijackers were released there was several people who are still alive that claimed to have had their identity stolen.

If this was true then there are still several of the hijackers unnamed or at least who have never had their names released.

rojo's avatar

@flutherother would you happen to know if the hijackers named in that report are the same as those that were released?

ragingloli's avatar

No. There is no publically available CIA employee list.

flutherother's avatar

@rojo I know the FBI said this: “The FBI is confident that it has positively identified the nineteen hijackers responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Also, the 9/11 investigation was thoroughly reviewed by the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States and the House and Senate Joint Inquiry. Neither of these reviews ever raised the issue of doubt about the identity of the nineteen hijackers.”

si3tech's avatar

@rojo I thought we had. Tey were trained in USA flight schools. Wanted to learn takeoffs but didn’t need landing classes. Big DUH

johnpowell's avatar

Pretty sure that when you intentionally die for stupid you are only concerned about stupid and not the followers of stupid. The shit isn’t Instagram… yet..

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