Sunday, October 3, 2010
Another person who could be added is Wendy Burlingame, daughter of Charles F Burlingame III who went missing on 9/11 and was allegedly the original pilot of a plane that hit the Pentagon. Wendy died in a suspicious apartment fire on December 5, 2006, after her Army veteran boyfriend Kevin Roderick ran out, 'accidentally' locked the door without realising that she was not right behind him, and failed to call 911.
After all, how credible is it that anyone could escape from a burning apartment, "forget" about their live-in girlfriend who was in there with them, and "accidentally" trap them inside?
Then there are those who died on 9/11, like John O'Neill.
A longer list would include those who perished on the alleged Flight 77, such as Wendy's father Charles Burlingame, a former Navy fighter pilot who used to work in the section of the Pentagon that was hit and who had formulated a response for the eventuality of an airliner being flown into the Pentagon.
William E. Caswell, who worked on top-secret "deep-black" projects at the Indian Head Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC-IH), a "renowned leader in energetics" which operates an "Energetics Manufacturing Technology Center", carries out "advanced research in energetic systems".
John Yamnicky who, strangely, for the first time did not tell his daughter that he was going on travel, and who, like William Caswell, had worked for the Navy on top-secret "black" projects.
Wilson "Bud" Flagg, a retired American Airlines pilot and Navy Admiral.
Stanley Hall, an expert in anti-radar technology and a director of program management at Raytheon.
Bryan Jack, a senior executive and top budget analyst who worked at the Pentagon.
Chandler Keller, a Boeing propulsion engineer.
Dong Lee, a Boeing engineer who worked for their Integrated Defense Systems and who had worked for the National Security Agency (NSA) for 14 years.
Barbara Olson, CNN commentator and wife of the US Solicitor General who claimed to have received cell phone calls from "Flight 77".
Ruben Ornedo, a Boeing propulsion / satellite communications engineer.
Robert Penniger, an electrical engineer with BAE Systems.
And another dozen alleged "Flight 77 passengers" who were linked to defense and government who, we are told, all just happened to be on this unusually low occupancy flight.
Above: hat tip to Poseidon