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Remote takeover on 9/11: A Critical Analysis - Central to many "inside job" 9/11 conspiracy theories is the idea that hijackers weren't controlling the 4 ill-fated flights involved in the attacks. Instead there was some sort of remote system guiding the aircraft to their targets. But how easy is it to add this kind of remote control technology to a Boeing 757/ 767? An Aviation Maintenance Technician/ Avionics Technician with years of airliner experience tells us what he thinks: it's a technical piece, but well worth the read.

Contributed to 911myths.com by Jay H (apathoid)

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