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It gets stranger and deeper. The person we knew as Rebekah Roth, former flight attendant turned 9/11 expert, appears to have been born Kristy McQuade. She later became "Koreann Ashlie" rather than Kristy (see link).  In the video below, taken in Las Vegas and uploaded in 2010, a woman who looks very much like the person we know as "Rebekah Roth" is introduced as Kristina Sorenson (1:15 time code). She is uncharacteristically quiet (compared to the Roth we have heard on interviews!) and yet when she does say something, it is Roth's voice:

Another AbFabWomen video here -- same woman (Roth) introduced as Kristina Sorenson.  "AbFab" means Absolutely Fabulous.  Others have dug into Roth: see here.  Kurt Haskell finds her to be someone called "Sara" (see here and here), although some of his findings seem to be a stretch.  Lots of names for one person, who may not be a flight attendant at all, as we have never been shown a photo of "Rebekah Roth" in uniform. (See my earlier post "Is Rebekah Roth also Monika Gaynor?".)  Roth, who now admits using a pen name, but does not discuss her other aliases, gives another YouTube response here (posted January 10, 2015).

Update: Kurt Haskell's 4-part investigative findings are here.  Rather devastating information.  "Roth" may be someone's tool to push an agenda, given her particular personality and background. The fact that she was so bold about discussing a particular country's role in 9/11, yet she had the "wrong" balance of comments on Amazon -- tons of praise that sounded false and no trolls taking her to task for her central thesis -- suggests an underlying agenda.