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RBHam Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Mar-01-05 02:53 PM
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18. Yuck! The NTSB? Cover Up Central? Hee hee!
Edited on Tue Mar-01-05 02:54 PM by RBHam
NTSBs Carol Carmody handled the Wellstone case. A former CIA official, she is a damage-control expert who handled the NTSBs investigation of the suspicious aircraft crash of Missouri Governor Mel Carnahan during his race against Senator John Ashcroft two years earlier.

NTSB is legally mandated to take jurisdiction over a crash scene, yet they let the FBI take control. Yet in its official report, the NTSB failed to even mention any role by the FBI.

There was never any distress call from the pilots. There was a cessation of communication commensurate with loss of control.

Some witnesses heard the engines cutting out, a phenomenon not consistent with a stall.

Others reported odd cell-phone and garage-door phenomena that were taking place about the same time the plane lost communications and control.

The NTSB's own simulations, which replicated the weather, the flight, and the plane under similar conditions, were unable to bring it down-even when they were conducted at abnormally slow speeds!

One of the members who actually signed the report, Richard Healing, admitted that the NTSB really had no idea what had caused the plane to crash.

American Assassination

Here's a good read:

The Assassinated Press
Ass. Press Semantics Alert---The Above Question Is Rhetorical.
Point of View By JIM FETZER
One man's opinion: Evidence indicates that Wellstone crash was no accident

Posted on Thu, Nov. 20, 2003

Minnesota Sen. Paul Wellstone was a serious man who cared profoundly about his fellow citizens. He took courageous stands against an administration that he viewed with profound suspicion, arguing eloquently against tax cuts for the rich, the subversion of the Constitution, and violating international accords. He would have led the opposition to the war in Iraq if only he had had the chance. Everyone knew it and he may have died because of it.

For nearly a year now, evidence has been accumulating about the event that ended the life of this magnificent human being. Whatever caused the crash was not the plane, the pilots or the weather. In spite of what you may have heard, the plane was exceptional, the pilots well-qualified and the weather posed no significant problems. Even the National Transportation Safety Board's own simulations of the plane, the pilots and the weather were unable to bring the plane down.

This means we have to consider other, less palatable, alternatives, such as small bombs, gas canisters or electromagnetic pulse, radio frequency or High Energy Radio Frequency weapons designed to overwhelm electrical circuitry with an intense electromagnetic field. An abrupt cessation of communication between the plane and the tower took place at about 10:18 a.m., the same time an odd cell phone phenomenon occurred with a driver in the immediate vicinity. This suggests to me the most likely explanation is that one of our new electromagnetic weapons was employed.

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