Sonia Morales Puopolo

While reading the article "Man tied to 9/11 hijackers gets 15 years" it caught my attention for two reasons. One being that I do not believe that there were any hijackers on 9/11. The other reason is that when a so called "victim" is paraded through the media circus like Todd Beamer, Mark Bingham or Barbara Olson they never show up in the Social Security Death Index or the September 11th Compensation Fund of 2001. Sonia Morales Puopolo from American Airlines flight 11 is another example of this occurrence. She is not listed in the Social Security Death Index nor is she listed in the September 11th Compensation Fund of 2001. However, a 9/11 script error states that her son, Dominic Puopolo Jr., received about $200,000 from the national 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. Another 9/11 script error from Associated Press dated 2/22/06 and repeated 1/9/07 states that Sonia Morales Puopolo was an American Airlines flight attendant. But CNN lists her as a passenger not a flight attendant. Her biography from her web site clearly defines her as a woman who would not be a flight attendant. What is more amazing is that when you do a who is search of you will discover that the web site was created on September 16, 2001! The administrative contact for this domain is Aby Alexander at eXstream Solutions. eXstream Solutions is in the video collaboration business. When I checked out the strategic partners and clients for eXstream Solutions Akamai Technologies caught my attention. Daniel Lewin was also listed as being on American Airlines flight 11 and was co-founder of Akamai Technologies. And Daniel Lewin is not listed in the Social Security Death Index nor is he listed in the September 11th Compensation Fund of 2001.

Just before Monday's verdict, the 32-year-old defendant spoke with an American whose mother died on board one of the planes that crashed into the World Trade Center. Dominic Puopolo Jr., a co-plaintiff in the case, earlier joined prosecutors in calling for the maximum penalty, urging the judges to consider the "human and emotional cost" of the 2001 attacks.

My beloved mother, Sonia Morales Puopolo, was tortured and killed on Sept. 11, 2001 while onboard American Airlines Flight 11 Seat 3J.

In a telephone interview, Puopolo said the Massachusetts 9/11 Fund Inc., a non-profit group, denied his application for $9,181 in benefits. He said he had received about $200,000 from the national 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund, but used most of that to quit his job and move to Hamburg to monitor the trial.

However, Sonia Morales Puopolo is not listed in the September 11th Compensation Fund of 2001 or the Social Security Death Index.

On Sept. 11, Sonia Puopolo, an American Airlines flight attendant, lost her life when terrorists, four of them Saudis, hijacked her plane and slammed it into the World Trade Center in New York.

Dominic Puopolo Jr., a co-plaintiff in the case under the German court system, fought back tears and held up pictures of his mother, Sonia Morales Puopolo, an American Airlines flight attendant, as he joined prosecutors in calling for the maximum penalty. He urged the judges to consider the "human and emotional cost" of the attacks.

But CNN lists Sonia Morales Puopolo as a passenger not a flight attendant.

Does the following sound like Sonia Morales Puopolo would be a flight attendant?

Throughout her 58 years, Sonia Morales Puopolo, an internationally recognized leader in philanthropic and political circles as well as a patron of the arts devoted herself to enriching the lives of others. Along with her husband Dominic, Sonia was a major contributor, board member and supporter of organizations in New England, Florida and California including the American Red Cross, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, the AIDS Action Committee, the American Cancer Society as well as several other medical research foundations. In Massachusetts, Sonia was a patron and life member of the Friends of the Emerson Majestic Theatre, Emerson College, Nantucket Cottage Hospital, and the Nantucket Animal Hospital. In Florida, she and her family were key supporters of theMiami City Ballet, Voices for (Battered) Children, and the Jackson Memorial Hospital Foundation among many others.

An accomplished ballet dancer, born in Puerto Rico, Sonia M. Puopolo graduated from the University of Puerto Rico and then attended Boston University where she received her Masters in Education. While in Boston, Sonia met her husband Dominic J. Puopolo, Sr. with whom she raised three children - Dominic Jr. (35), Mark Anthony (29), and Tita (28). She continued an active professional career while remaining first and foremost devoted to her family. As a prominent member of the first delegation of businesswomen to be invited by the People's Republic of China, she was asked to present her work in Beijing and Shanghai. Throughout it all she continued her tireless philanthropic work in order to make a qualitative change in the lives of others.

Reflecting on his wife of 37 years and the tragic sudden void felt by his family and friends, Dominic J. Puopolo, Sr. stated, "I have forever lost my soulmate - a most special person whom I loved very, very much - whose life was always about helping others." To the thousands whose lives she touched, Sonia will always be remembered as a giver as well as a woman who always radiated a sense of warmth, vitality, and energy. She loved life and lived every moment to the fullest.

SONIAPUOPOLO.COM was created 9/16/01!

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Record expires on 16-Sep-2014
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Akamai Technologies, the Cambridge Internet company whose 31-year-old cofounder Daniel Lewin died when Los Angeles-bound American Airlines Flight 11 became the first hijacked jet to slam into a World Trade Center tower, held a private service but also remembered Lewin with a tribute at its Web page.

Daniel "Danny" Mark Lewin (May 14, 1970 - September 11, 2001) was a mathematician and entrepreneur, best known for co-founding internet company Akamai Technologies. Lewin was born in Denver, Colorado and raised in Jerusalem, where he served for four years in the Israel Defence Forces. He was an officer in Sayeret Matkal, an elite and secretive counter-terrorism and anti-skyjacking unit.

He attended the Technion university in Haifa, Israel while simultaneously working at IBM's research laboratory in Haifa. While at IBM, he was responsible for developing the Genesys system, a processor verification tool that is used widely within IBM and in other companies such as AMD and SGS Thompson. Upon receiving a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science, summa cum laude, in 1995, he traveled to Cambridge, Massachusetts to begin graduate studies toward a Ph.D. at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1996. While there, he and his advisor, Professor F. Thomson Leighton, came up with innovative algorithms for optimizing the Internet; these algorithms became the basis for Akamai, which the two founded in 1998. Lewin served as the company's Chief Technical Officer (CTO) and a board member, and during the height of the internet boom was a multi-billionaire, and today would still be a multi-millionaire. He was named one of the most influential figures of the Internet age. Lewin was killed aboard American Airlines Flight 11 during the September 11, 2001 attacks, allegedly toward the beginning of the hijacking. Lewin is survived by his wife and two sons.

Daniel Lewin is not listed in the Social Security Death Index nor is he listed in the September 11th Compensation Fund of 2001.

Excellent information

The more we look in to matters of passenger names, the more hideously rotton the whole thing looks.

I will say again that "Sophia" who produced and narrated the video "911 Mysteries" said on a recent radio show that neither United Airlines nor American Airlines (Flight 11) ever issued an official passenger manifest of any of the 4 flights.

There are also numerous anomalies related to the numbers on the planes and their registry ending dates as well as their flight plans and times.

Although these matters do not count as "physical evidence", the kind of evidence I think we should stick to in our speaking to others, I do think that the litterally hundreds of very odd circumstantial anomalies such as this posting's subject certainly play a most powerful supporting role to the physical evidence.

Blessings from Dachsie in Austin.

I believe many/most of the passengers on 9/11 flights were

ficticious. However, I don't know if gov't databases like the Social Security index are the best way to prove this or not.

BTW, Operation Northwoods was prepared to use imposter passengers, fake funerals, etc., 45 years ago! I imagine they could still opt for these tactics today also.