Re: CNN – Humain Remains found at WTC

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2006-11-03 13:37:15

This is hilarious. I was almost ready to believe they really did find remains of people after all this time, but it turns out to be more hoaxing to prop up the saggy official story. Flight 11 didn’t take off that day.… and it doesn’t show up in the video record of the event. See the Big Lie machine in action. This is perps covering their butts. ==================== www.thejournalnews.c… 020355/1021 2 WTC plane victims identified By Laura Incalcaterra The Journal News (Original Publication: November 2, 2006) The New York City Medical Examiner’s Office released the identification of the remains of two more victims of the Sept. 11 terror attacks yesterday. Family notifications were made prior to the public release of the victims’ names, the first to be verified in more than a year. The victims were identified as Karen Ann Martin, 40, of Danvers, Mass., and Douglas Joel Stone, 54, of Dover, N.H. Martin was a flight attendant on American Airlines Flight 11, which left Boston and was bound for Los Angeles before being hijacked. Stone was a passenger on the flight, which terrorists crashed into the World Trade Center’s north tower. Ellen Borakove, a spokeswoman with the Medical Examiner’s Office, said yesterday that the verifications were made after additional DNA testing was done. “We got additional samples from family members,” Borakove said. “We were able to make the identifications. It was not due to new technology.” While the current identifications were made with existing techniques, a new technology may identify more remains. Chief New York City Medical Examiner Charles Hirsch sent letters Sept. 21 to victims’ families telling them that Bode Laboratory in Virginia had developed a new technique for extracting DNA from bone, and that additional identifications were expected. Bode was hired to work on some of the thousands of bone fragments recovered after the Sept. 11 attacks, Borakove said. The company specializes in extracting DNA and working up a profile the medical examiner’s office can then try to match. Hirsch’s letter followed a February 2005 announcement by the medical examiner’s office that said the agency had to “pause” the identification process because then-existing technology would not allow additional verifications. Of the 2,749 people reported missing, 1,148 – or 42 percent – remain unidentified, the medical examiner’s office said yesterday. Of the 20,808 pieces of human remains that have been recovered, 9,851- or 47 percent – remain unidentified. Many Lower Hudson Valley family members have expressed hope that their loved ones might be identified through the new testing procedures. Many families buried empty caskets or held memorial services in the weeks and months after the attack because they had no remains to bury. In recent weeks, 199 additional pieces of remains have been recovered around Ground Zero, Borakove said yesterday. The findings prompted Mayor Michael Bloomberg to consult with his staff and others about the best ways to check the area again for more remains. Some family members have criticized the city for its handling of the search, arguing that many places still need to be checked. The most recent remains were found by workers who were doing maintenance and who later recognized a human bone in debris they had removed from a manhole. — No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.1.409 / Virus Database: 268.13.25/515 – Release Date: 03/11/2006

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