Two hundred and sixty five persons died that morning on November 12, 2001. They may have been murdered is as good a speculation as the sea gulls, wind turbulence, prior hurricane damage or pilot error.
A single murder investigation in New York City would have numerous detectives talking to witnesses many times over in the quest for a perpetrator for years. Either the NTSB has all the evidence it needed and we eyewitness are in fact unreliable. Then the "smoking gun" should be released. The fact remains that few if any eyewitness were interviewed in depth, on site with personal trained to take statements and measurements. Why?
When a missing person and rightfully so, can tax the law enforcement resources of a city for months.
Two hundred and sixty five people dead in a time of war in a
still unexplained crash should have at least accounted for two trained
agents to have done on site follow up interviews with the two hundred
Tom Lynch Eyewitness
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