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Remote Control

The lack of evidence that the alleged hijackers piloted the three jetliners to their targets, or were even on those jetliners, together with the knowledge that jetliners can be flown by remote control, has made remote control a significant area of 9/11/01 research.

Sites with Articles on Remote Control

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OilEmpire.us
This site focuses on motive and means for the 9/11/01 attack rather than analysis of the physical evidence. It has a good deal of material on remote control, whose use may be almost impossible to prove, but which most researchers think played a key role in executing the aerial assault.
pages mixing original analysis with article excerpts9/11 U.S. complicity, remote control, peak oil, election coups

Pages Relating to Remote Control

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www.geocities.com/mknemesis/homerun.html
'Home Run' Electronically Hijacking the World Trade Center Attack Aircraft
Article by Joe Vialls about the 'Home Run' system used to gain control of jetliners from ground operations.
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www.oilempire.us/remote.html
Evidence that remote-controlled planes were used
This page documents the incompetence of alleged Flight 77 hijacker Hani Hanjour, documents the existence of robot planes, points to various articles by experts suggesting that remote control was used on 9/11/01, and provides a dossier of a possible suspect, Dov Zakheim, PNAC member, former comtroller of the Pentagon, and head of a company with expertise in remote control.
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Pages Concerning Alleged Hijackers

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www.whatreallyhappened.com/hijackers.html
At Least 7 of the 9/11 Hijackers are Still Alive
This page provides a rundown on the hijackers alleged to be on each of the four flights, and which of those have turned up alive.
illustrated article


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