Miles Kara

9/11 Commission

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Almost 10 years to the day since September 11, we can now hear the voices of hijackers, air controllers and military officials as two airliners were deliberately flown into the World…

New Audio of 9/11 Hijackings

Almost 10 years to the day since September 11, we can now hear the voices of hijackers, air controllers and military officials as two airliners were deliberately flown into the World…

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Almost 10 years to the day since September 11, we can now hear the voices of hijackers, air controllers and military officials as two airliners were deliberately flown into the World…

New Audio of 9/11 Hijackings

Almost 10 years to the day since September 11, we can now hear the voices of hijackers, air controllers and military officials as two airliners were deliberately flown into the World…

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