Continuing from previous blogs . . . One thing the 9/11 Commission incontestably got right is that the 9/11 skyjackers were a team comprising more than one tier. The 19 men who hijacked four U.S. jumbo jets in three U.S. airports had varying degrees of expertise and in several instances lacked expertise in, for example, aviation or engineering; they entered the U.S. at several different times; and they showed different degrees of commitment.
They had different degrees of knowledge about the suicide mission they were engaged in. This is the point I keep coming back to, over and over again.
They were also incontestably linked, some entering the country in pairs and several living together or in the same areas