From: "Lenore Gervais" <meadospa@cadvision.com>
Date: Tue Oct 9, 2001 3:34pm
Subject: Interesting Information!

Dear Marie,
 in case you do no read Italian here is the translation of what my friend sent me. I think you might be interested.
Much love  and evolution I am passing those things and info on...
Babina
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Date:
Mon, 08 Oct 2001 11:32:16 +0200
To: Alice Galassi Subject: R: [Fwd: [Fwd: QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED!!!]]

ciao Babina,
almeno alla prima domanda ti so rispondere:
un passeggero del volo 11 da boston è stato avvisato telefonicamente dalla
compagnia aerea, il giorno
prima dell'11..... che c'era un errore, un overbooking e che quindi erano desolati...
ma avevano pronto il biglietto per il giorno dopo. lui, pare si sia arrabbiato, ma ha accettato
di viaggiare il 12. vedendo il disastro del wtc... e sentendo il numero di passeggeri a bordo del
"suo" volo... ha chiamato l'fbi per esprimere le sue perplessità sull'accaduto.
conclusione: la maggior parte dei passeggeri è stata avvertita dai terroristi che si spacciavano
per compagnia aerea....ovviamente per avere meno problemi durante l'attacco.
conclusione 2: erano in possesso della lista dei passeggeri con tanto di numeri di
telefono di ufficio e casa...
tanti baci   Irene

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Da: Alice Galassi
A: Lorenzo Fornari
Oggetto: FW: [Fwd: [Fwd: QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED!!!]]
Data: Lun, 8 ott 2001 11:01

Hello Babina,
At least to the first question I can give you an answer:
A passenger of flight 11 from Boston has been informed by phone from the airline company, the day before the 11th... That there was an error, an overbooking and therefore they were very sorry... But they had ready a ticket for the next day. Apparently he got mad, but accepted to travel on the 12.  Considering the disaster of the WTC ...and hearing about the number of passengers on board his  flight....he called FBI  to express his perplexity on what happened.
In conclusion: Most of the passengers had been warned by the terrorists who were passing themselves for the airline...obviously they had the passenger list complete with telephone numbers both of home and office...
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How do you like that? Just this afternoon I was pondering on this very aspect of the  mail you sent with a friend, for whom I translated, this solution was craftier...!

Love B.