New 9/11 Audio: FAA employees say Secret Service told them “Flight 93 hit Camp David”
WTF News has obtained an audio recording not released to the public of what may be Federal Aviation Administration officials discussing a different ending for United Airlines Flight 93 during the September 11th attacks.
The recording seems to be real-time audio of FAA employees confirming that a Secret Service source told them that Flight 93 “hit Camp David” (Maryland), a frequent vacation spot for US presidents near Washington DC.
Camp David is about 90 miles southeast of the memorial site near Shanksville, and was listed as a possible target by official reports.
Secret Service is saying they believe United 93 hit Camp David
That is what they’re saying
That’s what Secret Service is reporting
Good thing George wasn’t there…
10:28am, they’re agreeing uh confirming, they think United 93 did go into Camp David…
They verified that United 93 on that board down there, hit Camp David…
The recording partially confirms a CBS News report from the morning of the attacks quoting an FBI source that United Flight 93 hit Camp David.
Uncovered archive video showing CBS News reporting that United Airlines Flight 93 had crashed at Camp David, 90 miles away from its supposed final resting place at Somerset County PA, has led to more charges that the media were reading off a de facto script as the events of 9/11 unfolded.
According to a CBS News report on 9/11, an FBI official in Washington was informed by the FAA that United Airlines Flight 93 had crashed “into the vicinity of or at Camp David,” the presidential retreat.
The Secret Service are later cited as the source for confirming a crash near Camp David and that Camp David itself was not damaged, but that it was the intended target.
As the video clip below points out, Camp David Maryland is around 90 miles away from the alleged crash site of Flight 93 in Somerset Country Pennslyvania.
The news anchor subsequently noted that the date marked the anniversary of the signing of the Camp David Accords on September 11, 1978 and tied the coincidence to the fact that the Accords are still disputed in the Arab world. However, the Camp David Accords were actually signed on September 17, 1978 – so why such an obvious error would be made is unclear.