Written by Khalid
An additional interesting discovery found in the 28 pages. There were some alleged hijackers (not that they were actually aware of the 9/11 plan) that had been US Intelligence assets (not just Saudi assets). The U.S. Air Force claimed that they were not U.S. Intelligence Assets, even though the names coincidentally matched students listed at U.S. military schools. The U.S. Air Force claimed that their names were the same names, but it was just a coincidence, they claimed.
Now reading the 28 Pages, I see that the U.S. Intelligence assets who were being trained at Pensacola Florida Air Force base were companions together, long before 9/11 as they were prepared to be framed for the WTC attacks. Meaning, the coincidence of the same name is now a bigger coincidence: 3 guys with the same name as those are the Pensacola Air Force base, and also, not random names of randomly scattered 19 hijackers, but the hijackers that were living/working together, meaning, the odds of this coincidence just bounced into 0% probability that these hijackers are not the same as the assets for U.S. Air Force. To put it another way, if I say I know a person named John Austin and a separate person named Jane Smithers, and you say you have met a John Austin and separately met a Jane Smithers, maybe they are both the same people, but its maybe an unlikely coincidence and they are not the same people, its a small possibility. But if I say that I met a married couple named John Austin and Jane Smithers, and you say you also met a married couple with those names, it is much less likely just a coincidence, the odds of it being a coincidence are mathematically reduced severely.
I think this proves that some of the hijackers were training on U.S. Air Force bases as stated in this Washington Post article that has long-ago since been removed from their website, so they are U.S. intelligence assets, not just Saudi assets:
2nd Witness Arrested; 25 Held for Questioning
By Guy Gugliotta and David S. Fallis
Washington Post Staff Writers
Sunday, September 16, 2001; Page A29
...Two of 19 suspects named by the FBI, Saeed Alghamdi and Ahmed Alghamdi, have the same names as men listed at a housing facility for foreign military trainees at Pensacola. Two others, Hamza Alghamdi and Ahmed Alnami, have names similar to individuals listed in public records as using the same address inside the base. [ These first 3 hijackers are companions, listed on page 432 of the 28 pages ]