ALLEGED 9/11 HIJACKERS:
UNITED AIRLINES Flight 93
Crashed in rural Pennsylvania
What caused this
plane to crash?
|1. Saeed Alghamdi: Possible residence: Delray Beach, Fla. Aliases: Abdul Rahman Saed
Alghamdi; Ali S Alghamdi; Al-Gamdi; Saad M.S. Al Ghamdi; Sadda Al Ghamdi; Saheed Al-Ghamdi; Seed Al Ghamdi.|
Supposedly on al Qaeda 9/11 confession
Passport stolen in 1995 [Telegraph]
Mr Al-Ghamdi was named as a terrorist on the United Airlines flight that
crashed in Pennsylvania - a plane said by some experts to have been heading for the White House. He first knew
that he was on the FBI's list when he was told by a colleague. Speaking from Tunisia, he said: "I was
completely shocked. For the past 10 months I have been based in Tunis with 22 other pilots learning to fly an
Airbus 320. The FBI provided no evidence of my presumed involvement in the attacks. "You cannot imagine what
it is like to be described as a terrorist - and a dead man - when you are innocent and alive." [Telegraph]
"It's impossible for us
to believe [the United States] anymore," said Taha Alghamdi, a salesman in Jeddah whose brother Saeed was
mistakenly confused with another man by the same name who hijacked United Flight 93, which crashed into a
field in Pennsylvania. "What sort of intelligence agency doesn't know that there are thousands of Saeed
Alghamdis in Saudi Arabia?" Alghamdi said. "It is like accusing Tom from New York." Like others, Alghamdi said
his family would be pursuing legal action against the U.S. government for defamation. [Chicago Tribune]
2. Ahmed Ibrahim A. Al Haznawi: Possible Saudi national. Date of birth used: Oct. 11,
1980. Possible residence: Delray Beach, Fla. Alias: Ahmed Alhaznawi.
|3. Ahmed Alnami: Possible residence: Delray Beach, Fla. Aliases: Ali Ahmed Alnami; Ahmed
A. Al-Nami; Ahmed Al-Nawi.|
Mr Al-Nami, 33, from Riyadh, an administrative supervisor with Saudi
Arabian Airlines, said that he was in Riyadh when the terrorists struck.
He said: "I'm still alive, as
you can see. I was shocked to see my name mentioned by the American Justice Department. I had never even heard
of Pennsylvania where the plane I was supposed to have hijacked."
He had never lost his passport and
found it "very worrying" that his identity appeared to have been "stolen" and published by the FBI without any
checks. The FBI had said his "possible residence" was Delray Beach in Florida. [Telegraph]
4. Ziad Samir Jarrah: Believed to be a pilot. Aliases: Zaid Jarrahi; Zaid
Samr Jarrah; Ziad S. Jarrah; Ziad Jarrah Jarrat, Ziad Samir Jarrahi.
Reported passport stolen in 1999 [FT.com]
Flight 93 passenger manifest