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    xileffilex
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    Found a couple of super grieving photos from a pair of UA flight attendants at the Boston Logan 9/11 memorial unveiling. [it honors the two flights which allegedly left that airport, American 11 and United 175]

    No histrionics there, genuine “grief” ….
    United supplied attendants for Flight 93 from Newark, the “shanksville” including CeeCee Ross Lyles
    and seven more for Flight 175 from Logan, plus a bonus non-working attendant, Jesus Sanchez.
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/41/Flight93-Memorial-Plaque.jpg
    http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/U175pass.html
    Who is the pair in the photo?
    On the left, Sherill Moulton
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/sherill-moulton-ba2a0660
    Flight Attendant United Airlines
    2000 – Present (16 years)

    The other is more interesting, Sara Nelson
    http://www.afacwa.org/leadership

    International President
    Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, AFL-CIO

    Sara NelsonSara Nelson took office as the International President of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, AFL-CIO on June 1, 2014, having served International Vice President from January, 2011 through May, 2014. Sara became a United Airlines Flight Attendant in 1996 and has been a union activist since nearly the beginning of her flying career.

    Nelson has been a flight attendant with United Airlines from August, 1996 through the present. Soon after beginning her career, based in Boston for United Airlines, Nelson became an activist in the Boston AFA Local. She served there in a variety of roles including the elected position of Council Representative. In 2002 Nelson was tapped by AFA leaders at United Airlines to serve as Communications Chair

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sara_Nelson_(union_leader)

    Sara spent over eight years directing communications and PR efforts for the union’s United Airlines unit. In that role she represented the union in all the major news media in the U.S., including news coverage on all the major networks, CNN, PBS, NPR, as well as the BBC and BBC radio and various overseas news outlets, major newspapers and wire service reports both here and abroad.

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