9/11 hijacker : Hani Hanjour : 3 reported birth dates

 

There are three versions of the "birth date", provided for the entity we have come to know as the alleged 911 hijacker : "Hani Hanjour".

 

Hani Hanjour's 3 birth dates in chronological order  :

  1. New York Times : d.o.b = August, 3, 1972
  2. Wikipedia : d.o.b = August 13, 1972
  3. Wikipedia : d.o.b = August 30, 1972

 

 

 Wikipedia : Meyer Lansky

 

Meyer Lansky (born Meier SuchowlaƄski;[2] July 4, 1902 – January 15, 1983), known as the "Mob's Accountant", was an American[3] major organized crime figure who, along with his associate Charles "Lucky" Luciano, was instrumental in the development of the National Crime Syndicate in the United States.[4]

 

Associated with the Jewish mob, Lansky developed a gambling empire that stretched across the world. He was said to own points (percentages) in casinos in Las Vegas, Cuba, The Bahamas and London.

 

Although a member of the Jewish mob, Lansky undoubtedly had strong influence with the Italian-American Mafia and played a large role in the consolidation of the criminal underworld.

 

The full extent of this role has been the subject of some debate, as Lansky himself denied many of the accusations against him.[5]

 

Despite nearly fifty years as a member-participant in organized crime,[6] Lansky was never found guilty of anything more serious than illegal gambling.[7]

 

He has a legacy of being one of the most financially successful gangsters in American history. Before he fled Cuba, he was said to be worth an estimated $20 million (equivalent to $189 million in 2018). However, when he died in 1983, his family was shocked to learn that his estate was worth around $57,000.[1]

 

 

 

Event Relationship :

 

From Meyer Lansky born on July 4, 1902

 

to 9/11 hijacker : Hani Hanjour : Reported birth : 1 of 3 on August 3, 1972 is :

 

 

ISUAF =

 

 

= 666 months, 666 weeks, 666 days

 

 

 

Note :

 

This date calculation direction is : ISUAF - the Bottom Up method, so Days and Weeks are added first, then Months.