3,203. 12/15/2001

An article in The New York Times on May 6, 2004, revealed a suspicious action taken by a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) official. “Shortly after the [9/11] attacks, air traffic controllers who handled two of the hijacked flights recorded their experiences on tape. But the tape cassette was deliberately destroyed [sometime between December 2001 and February 2002] by an unidentified FAA quality assurance manager, who ‘crushed the cassette in his hand, cut the tape into small pieces and threw them away in multiple trash cans.’ Such an extreme and possibly illegal action adds to the suspicions that the full story of responses to the 9/11 attacks is as yet untold.” [The 15th of the month used for date sorting purposes only.]

 – Peter Dale Scott, The Road to 9/11, Page 218

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