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"Wake" up!

Reader comment on item: Why Did American Airlines 587 Crash?
in response to reader comment: Wake Turbulence and Pilot Error Definitely to Blame

Submitted by J. (United States), Jun 22, 2007 at 00:52

Isn't it amazing what those media "experts" come up with given enough time to cherry-pick evidence and ignore the important stuff?

Sorry, but the disrespect for the victims and their families lies with those demanding slavish obedience to the most moronic explanations from the so-called "experts" in the media; the ones assigned to support the exceptionally idiotic "official spin". This tragedy was flat-out premeditated slaughter. Wake turbulence cannot, repeat, CANNOT knock a jet out of the sky in a flat spin while simultaneously shearing both engines and the tail off, no matter who does what in the cockpit. I find it more credible to believe that the shearing of the engines from the wings caused the fires, not "severing" of electrical systems (???) If you want to read a real explanation from a true expert in aviation who covers ALL aspects and details of the incident, visit http://www.rense.com/general17/terrcc.htm

From what I heard, the reason this plane was targeted was to kill the pilot. Being stationed in one of the airports of the "hijacked" aircraft during the 9/11 atrocities (more specific detail lacking here), he was ready to blow the whistle over the truth of the matter. That's what happens when you cross the Bush-Clinton Crime Syndicate, a Satanic clique intent on killing all of us, in case you haven't noticed yet. The sooner these guys are removed from their chairs (along with a few other high-rollers), the sooner we can reconstruct this world the way it should be.

You're welcome. You may go back to sleep now.

P.S. Your P.S is B.S.


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