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How Did They Get In The Cockpit?

Thu Sep 13, 2001 1:39 am

As far as I know, the terrorists only carried knives. A knife can't break into a cockpit door. How did they get in?
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RE: How Did They Get In The Cockpit?

Thu Sep 13, 2001 1:41 am

According to Radio reports here this morning it appears that the hijackers attacked some of the flight attendants with knives to entice out some of the flight crew.
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RE: How Did They Get In The Cockpit?

Thu Sep 13, 2001 1:43 am

Two terrorsits problaby just broke the door right down or they could've had some way of geting like like a code. This was well executed so I did think it was an inside job. This plan must have alot of people because 2 or 3 couldn't have planned this on their own.

RE: How Did They Get In The Cockpit?

Thu Sep 13, 2001 2:14 am

Cockpit doors are very easy to kick in, the are designed so crews can easily escapt if they have problems with the handle.

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