Monday, December 15, 2008
Captain Sherlock Solves 9/11
Field McConnell Born 1949 to career USAF bomber pilot and WWII army nurse. He is a member of Scholars for 9/11 Truth and Pilots for 9/11 Truth.
His web site is at CaptainSherlock.com
1949-1967: USAF dependent living in Texas, Florida, Massachusetts, Puerto Rico, Hawaii
1967:Graduated from Punahou School, Honolulu
1967-1971: US Naval Academy, Annapolis
1971-1977: US Marine Corps pilot A4, KC130
1977-1993: North Dakota ANG pilot, F4, F16
1978: William Tell, World-wide fighter competition
1986: William Tell, World-wide fighter competition
1993: Retired as Lieutenant Colonel
1978-2007: North Central, Republic, Northwest Airline pilot
Retired early 3-5-07 due whistleblowing 9-11
Captain DC9, A320, DC10, B747-400
I began my study of 9-11-01 when the local paper, the Fargo Forum, called me at home early in the after noon of 9-11-01. The reporter talk about 40 minutes then asked if I could be photographed for a front page story. The Fargo Forum, a Pullitzer Prize winning daily in Fargo ND, sent a photo guy out to my farm near Glyndon MN 13 miles east of Fargo ND. I have that front page and page A5 [rest of the story and can email it to you]. On 9-12-01 the headline was "Our National Saw Evil" with photo of rubble, Osama, GW and me. That demonstrates clearly that I was sought as an "expert" on 9-11. The newspaper knew that I had flown with and retired from the ND ANG as a L/C after having flown 16 years with them in the F4 Phantom and F16 Falcon.
My interested has remained high as my college classmate, [ USNA 71 ] was the Captain of AA77 which was vaporized over the Atlantic 45 minutes prior to the unmanned aerial vehicle that killed another USNA alum, Capt Gerald DeConto whose window the object flew into. I felt strongly on 9-11 it was an inside job, and by 9-12-01 I knew with a moderate degree of certainty that it, infact, was.
Read more about Captain McConnel's classmates.
Here is the full version of his movie from Google or you can buy a CD from his web site. It is beautifully presented and contains information that won't be found anywhere else. It is 1 hour 16 minutes and can be streamed.