HOAX on the flight numbers and the true type fonts...oh well, it
exciting... The Conspirators by Al Martin
September 21, 2001
One of the more idiotic genres of e-mail hoaxes circulating is the "False Flight Number in Wingdings Font for Your Anti-Semitic Rebus Puzzle of the Day." A typical version of this e-mail reads: If you have MS Word, type in capital letters Q33 NY (the flight number of one of the airplanes that crashed into the WTC). Then, change font size to 26 and change the font to Wingdings of what you just typed.
Rebus or not, "Q33NY" is not the number of any flight that was hijacked and crashed on 9/11/01. The actual flight numbers were AA11, AA77, UA93, and UA175. This e-mail appears to be very widespread: CSICOP has received reports of this e-mail from Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, and the UK - in addition to the United States. Thanks to Derek Bauer, Alberto Lentati, Dr. Leighton Pritchard, Hartmut Samtleben and others for reporting this e-mail hoax.
And DavidIcke.com has not posted this item, since our limited resources could not verify Q33NY as any valid number relating to any of the events of Sept 11, 2001.
"... the GAO has a new investigative team at the Redstone Arsenal looking at missing weapons components and missing monies. The problem was that they sent down a bunch of accountants. After the audit, the GAO found so much material missing without any payments to account for the losses. The audit, completed last year, showed discrepancies, which were so vast as to be mind-boggling. The 'discrepancy' at the Huntsville military complex was over $16 billion. Now the GAO is looking for new information. They are looking at senior military officers and their offshore accounts and this new investigation is making a lot of people nervous..."
AL MARTIN is America's foremost whistle-blower on government fraud and corruption. A retired US Navy Lt. Commander and former officer in the Office of Naval Intelligence, he has testified before Congress (the Kerry Committee and the Alexander Committee) regarding Iran-Contra. Al Martin is the author of "The Conspirators: Secrets of an Iran Contra Insider" (2001, National Liberty Press, $19.95; order line: 361-293-7698.)
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