From http://www.jimstonefreelance.com/ . Stone says he is former NSA. Readers should go to his site, and scroll down to read the various subjects he covers. The subject below is found by scrolling down a little bit to the date. There are other interesting tidbits on his blog.
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"19 feb 2015
I Learned Something New About 9/11 Today -- and then proceeded to crack it wide open. No matter who you are up against in a 911 argument, if you play my processed audio of CeeCee Lyle's phone call from flight 93 you will deliver the red pill, which even if they deny it at the time will rot them and wreck their evil Arab fantasy world.
Here is what happened, and I never knew this - Flight 93 attendant CeeCee Lyles left a final phone call to her husband on the answering machine, made from an air phone that did not exist on flight 93. Never mind that bit of magic, (don't bother telling your brainwashed fool) there was no way the call could have happened, instead, when CeeCee finished talking, her coach whispered "that was great!" and this is what will bust the matrix.
When first listening to the source audio, I could not hear the subtleties of what was going on, and only half believed it. A recording of that nature will not convince a brainwashed 911 squid of anything. So I knew if anything was there, it had to be brought out of the shadows clearly. Fortunately, I am former NSA and applied a few skills to extract everything from the audio.
The end result is what an audio forensic analyst would have produced. That was not my job at the NSA (too small a field) but I certainly knew that job. At any rate, I have here a rendering of that phone call which has been processed to make the quietest sound in that recording as loud as the loudest sound, without making the loud sounds any louder than they were originally. I ripped the truth out of the audio shadows and now, even on the worst laptop speakers, ANYONE will clearly be able to hear several things going on.
1. This call originated on the ground in a large room with other people talking. It sounds like a call center. In the super enhanced audio, you can hear this, because when CeeCee is not speaking, the background noise is boosted up to the level of her voice.
2. At the end of her message, in my processed audio you can clearly hear that it is someone else and not CeeCee saying "that was great", and "that was great" is audible as loud and clear as CeeCee's voice in the call. There is no mistake to what it is.
3, after her coach said "that was great", you can hear a third person say in a matter of fact voice "allright", as in, "Let's proceed with the next step in this hoax".
I have three audio versions here. #1 is the super processed audio that I talked about above, which brings all events, even the noise, equal to each other. This is the clip that will make everything brain dead obvious even on a laptop that has horrible speakers.
CeeCee was GREAT.mp3
After hearing the heavily rendered audio, which makes it all obvious, you can hear what is going on in the following render, which is not so heavily processed. This one does not have the noise floor coming up to the volume of CeeCee's voice between her words:
The next clip is the original clip the first two clips were extracted from. Now that you have clearly heard what is going on, it is ALL PERFECTLY OBVIOUS in the original clip. Now that you know what is there, you can listen to the background, and hear everything that was brought forward in the processed clips: