RINF.com made an FOI request to the FBI seeking confirmation of the process by which recovered debris belonging to the 4 aircraft used in the 9/11 terrorist attacks was identified. This request was denied. An appeal of that decision has also been denied. Court action is pending.
The National Transportation Safety Board is an independent Federal agency charged by Congress with investigating every civil aviation accident in the United States.
But they didn't investigate any of the 4 planes crashes on 9/11.
The National Transportation Safety Board lists the above flights on September 11, 2001 as being provided by the following aircraft, that were listed under the Federal Aviation Administration registry as follows:
American Airlines flight 11 - North Tower WTC N334AA
United Airlines flight 175 - South Tower WTC N612UA
American Airlines flight 77 - Pentagon N644AA
United Airlines flight 93 - Shanksville N591UA
The NTSB has announced on its website that responsibility for the investigations and reports have been assigned to the FBI, but there is no indication that mandatory investigations were ever conducted or that the reports of any investigations have been written.
Records are held of every part used in manufacture by serial number, and for all subsequent servicing - essential to the safety process. So identification is straightforward.,,, a clerical job after the parts are retrieved and the serial identification numbers identified and recorded.
According to the FBI, “the material requested is located in an investigative file which is exempt from disclosure pursuant to Title 5, United States Code, Section 552, subsection (b) (7) (A).”
This subsection reads: “could be reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings.”
There are no proceedings to be interfered with - so why is the FBI so coy ? More ...
The FBI and the US Government allege that 4 wide-body airliners crashed resulting in the 3,000 deaths . Not one piece of hard aircraft evidence has been produced in an attempt to positively identify any of the four aircraft.
Here is an article by Retired USAF Colonel George Nelson explaining how parts identification is carried out.Impossible to Prove a Falsehood True:Aircraft Parts as a Clue to their Identity
- PS : It has been reported that the aircraft, registry number N591UA, is still in operation.
This is a collection of photographs, reports of debris found, personal articles etc.,