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Rebekah Roth: More Methodical Illusion

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Rebekah Roth, the very articulate author of Methodical Illusion returns as our guest.

She spent nearly thirty years in the airline industry, working as both a flight attendant and an international purser. Her expertise and training as a flight attendant allowed her to research the events of September 11, 2001, with an insider’s knowledge that eventually lead her to discover details and answers to some of the most haunting questions surrounding that infamous day in our history.

Her extensive research, bolstered by her insider knowledge and a list of extensive contacts both inside and outside of the airline industry, produced surprising results that shattered her cognitive dissonance and compelled her to tell her story.

Ms. Roth adeptly fills in the blanks that have been redacted from history. Among her findings: ten of the accused 9/11 hijackers were still alive months and years after that September day. Several of them were also airline employees employed with Saudi Arabia Airlines and that they had had their identifications stolen years prior to 9/11. At least four of the accused hijackers threatened to sue the U.S. Government and the FBI if they did not stop using their names and identities.  Additionally, Ms. Roth discovered and verified that at least two women were also directly involved in the 9/11 attacks.  Her personal knowledge of in-flight procedures, FAA hijacking protocols, the state of Massachusetts and cell phone technology, she discovered yet to be exposed details concerning the aircraft, the passengers and the perpetrators.

Based on actual events and the product of her exhaustive investigative research, Methodical Illusion is written as a novel to protect her and her family from the repercussions that inevitably occur when you get too close to the truth.

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