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By Dean T. Hartwell

Writer Dean T. Hartwell has lengthy articulated that no passenger planes have been hijacked on 9-11 and that no passenger planes struck any structures.  But this e-book is OUTDATED! 

Hartwell expands his thesis to what occurred to alleged passengers and to the realm exchange Center in his newest book, "Was September 11 a Movie?" NOW AVAILABLE!

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