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Tim Baran of Buffalo, New York state, writes on Wednesday, November 28, 2001

 


 

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The death lists of the WTC: Israelis got in to work too late?

Wall Street traderA VERY simple question: Could it be possible that the reason that there were so few Israelis killed in the WTC crash because it was too early and they hadn’t arrived for work yet, possibly because their offices didn’t open until 10:00AM?

I hate playing devil’s advocate, but they will bring this up at sometime I’m sure.

All the best

Tim Baran

 

Related item on this website:

pp Death toll from Attack at N.Y. World Trade Center is Down Sharply [and David Irving’s comments] | Discussion: How many Israelis did survive the World Trade Center atrocity?pp previous letters [1] [2]

RadDiTrans2David Irving writes:

In theory yes, that thought had crossed my mind; but then the same effect would have kicked in for all nationalities, unless statistically the Israelis were more inclined to turn up late than the English.

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