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Old 8 Nov 2006 , 02:37 AM   #19
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Here's another-Suzanne Calley, flight 77

"Her husband Frank Jensen is now working as a commercial passenger pilot and flight instructor. It's ironic, he said, since flying is how his wife

He had been a pilot before he met Calley, but then they had both
worked for Cisco Systems, a San Jose-based computer firm. There,
he said, the two of them regularly slogged through 20-hour days,
seven days a week.

Cisco laid off Jensen in April 2000, and he decided to get back
into flying shortly before the time of Calley's death. He
remembered her joy that he'd once again be doing a job he
In the last two years, one of Jensen's nieces did military
service in Afghanistan, another niece and her husband were
stationed in Kuwait, and a third niece's husband was in Iraq.
All returned home safely...There, a Pentagon official - assigned to Calley’s family as a liaison - gave Jensen his wife’s wedding ring, which had been recovered from the plane

Most of the 77 passengers have relatives in the military , as does Suzanne Calley. Cisco was working on the renovation in the Pentagon and is a government contractor. It is interesting how many people have flight backgrounds and here you see her husband is a pilot, don't know what it means if anything.

Flight 77 passenger, Suzanne Calley's, wedding ring and
driver's license turns up in perfect condition from Pentagon
as the husband of Suzanne Calley, 42, whose ID was found at the
Pentagon, also said the recovery team returned the couple's
wedding ring and her perfectly intact California driver's license,
as well as the ID card.

Frank Calley of San Martin, California, this week told another
family member who lost a loved one on 9/11 that all three items
were returned in perfectly good condition, a recovery even
Capt. Ingledue said was "strange and unbelievable"
considering the meltdown at the Pentagon.

Calley, however, didn't question the authenticity or
believability of the items found, but added when questioned
whether his wife's body was positively identified in the rubble:

"They told me they found her remains, but I decided not to look.
The Pentagon officials also said the remains of at least 19 others
on board the plane were also identified by a military medical

"Immediately after the crash, I was assigned a personal liaison
who handled my case. He was cooperative and helpful and I decided
I didn't want to see Suzanne's remains."

What's strange about the autopsy investigation is that none of
the family members, including Calley, have demanded an independent
investigation, relying solely on government medical reporting as
advised by the Pentagon liaisons, a personal military attaché

I'll be posting more soon, although I'm kind of following the elections now...
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