Show Info 5-13-2015 – News, Guest Rebeka Roth

Show Info 5-13-2015 – News, Guest Rebeka Roth

May 13

News and Guests


Second Hour Guest

Rebekah RothIn the second hour, JD is joined by author and researcher Rebekah Roth for a discussion about her book, ‘Methodical Illusion’ in which Rebekah weaves a fictional tale, drawing on her own experience as an international Flight Attendant and actual classified intelligence to guide the reader down the rabbit hole of 9/11 until finally exposing the truth behind what exactly happened that day.

Rebekah Roth

I enjoyed a nearly thirty year airline career working as both a flight attendant and an international purser. I was trained as an emergency medical technician and served as a volunteer firefighter.

My expertise and training as a flight attendant allowed me to research the events of September 11, 2001, with an insider’s knowledge that eventually lead me to discover details and answers to some of the most haunting questions surrounding that infamous day in our history.

I enjoyed a very exciting life both in the air and on the ground and because of that, was encouraged by co-workers to write a book. As I began to do that, I discovered that ten of the accused 9/11 hijackers were still alive. 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. That discovery, along with the refusal by the U.S. government to discontinue their false accusations; ignited my curiosity.
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Book: Methodical Illusion


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