- Alleged victim of 9/11 Alberto Dominguez
- Alleged victim of the WTC area / Flight 11 Passengers ;
- Vicsim Report: Number 1340
- Memorial Number: 684
Research about Alberto Dominguez
March 18, 2017 at 6:56 am #848700 - xileffilex
Dominguez seems a real person, plenty of back story. Probably retired somewhere – 66 years old at the time. Just picking up one legacy tribute at random.. December 05, 2006 I’d like to send my deepest condolences to Alberto’s family. So sad, Pocho is greatly missed in the Uruguayan community. My parents also came from Uruguay and knew Pocho before arriving in Australian. And were deeply saddened to hear of his passing. I think dad still got my old tape with him on it and it’s good to see that his memory still lives on. I can’t remember him I was young when I met him. My family sends a pray from him.
Seems like a Lithuanian name, but anyway,here she is…
Department of Defence This looks like a brother https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-liesinskas-3306a17/
The Lithuanian name has existed in Uruguay https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VJ1T-RR5
This ex-Qantas [hmmm] employee has put up few annual tributes at FB but not at Legacy
March 19, 2017 at 3:18 am #848709 - antipodean
There is a legitimate reason for Alberto Dominguez cancelling his flight on AA11 at the last minute.
Being a Qantas baggage employee he would more than likely have been kept in the loop about a pending strike by Qantas employees due to happen on Sept 12th. (Sept 11th LA time). So his connecting flight at LAX would have been cancelled if there was a strike by Qantas workers at Sydney.
On the 12th of September 2001, Qantas was expecting some industrial action around the network and I was sent to Adelaide to oversee security during the action. My family lives in Adelaide, so I was at my brother’s house. It was late in the evening on the 11th and my brother and I were standing in his family room telling jokes and chatting. There was a TV on in the background with a US breakfast show and I remember telling my brother to move aside because “an aircraft has just flown into that building”. The next morning, the industrial action was cancelled and I was on the first flight back to Sydney.
What of the possibility that senior Qantas management had fore knowledge of 9/11 (after all AA were code sharing with them), so were quite happy to allow the industrial action to go ahead because, international flights from the US to Oz would be grounded anyway..
Which brings me to this Clues Forum post of other persons cancelling AA77 flight to connect with the LA to Sydney flight on 9/11.
(Below is the image I posted that cannot be viewed now on Clues forum)
Lucky 9/11 escapees & friends.
March 19, 2017 at 5:50 am #848711 - xileffilex
I can’t understand why there would be a flight cancellation and still the passenger was killed off from the script. While looking for more info on Dominguez, I happened upon this short lived blog
The writer duplicated the research at LRF. It touches on Dominguez. The conclusion at LRF seems to be that the perps did mess up, not least with the two Montoyas, also from flight 11
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