Air disaster

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The 2007 Yucatan Gulfstream drug crash, a CIA plane carrying tonnes of cocaine
Interest of Rodney Stich
These are of particular interest on Wikispooks if there is a suggestion that they are non-accidental.

Official narrative

Accidents do happen, both in the air and on roads. Sometimes these will affect people of interest to the deep state. So the events listed below may in fact be accidental.

Concerns

Aircrashes, are effective as murder weapons, and the technology exists to reliably destroy aircraft when certain persons of interest are known to be aboard. Anyone who doubts that the CIA would go be so irresponsible as to assist in the destruction of aircraft is referred to the Arms for Libya page, which details how the CIA first denied selling 20 tons of plastic explosive together with arranging training of Gaddafi's military by US Green Berets.

Assassination by air crash

The CIA is widely suspected of carrying out assassinations by (small) plane crash, for example in the case of the 1980 Camarate air crash, where a trail leads straight to the CIA. Wayne Madsen claimed that in 1990 the FBI bombed the plane of Gary Caradori to shut down exposure of the Franklin child prostitution ring.

This method, like that of the "suicide bomber" can be relied upon to destroy a lot of evidence about the identity of the perpetrators. Manipulation of circumstances (or just the historical record) can provide for more assistance to build an official narrative about bad weather/pilot error etc. Control of the investigation process (in the first instance in the USA by the NTSB) is invaluable in covering up non-accidental crashes, allowing them to be used as covert assassination tools with a high degree of plausible deniability.

US Investigation procedure

In USA, the National Transportation Safety Board is charged with investigating accidental air crashes. This means that they must pass responsibility to the FBI if they believe foul play may have been involved - although that the FBI is still free to disagree the NTSB's suspicions and declare the event accidental. In the case of TWA Flight 800, for example, the NTSB passed control immediately to the FBI, because of all the reports of a missile. In that case, the FBI declared the event was accidental. Such a system means that in the absence of too much clear evidence of foul play, control of either the NTSB or the FBI is sufficient to prevent a potentially dangerous verdict.

Deviations from established procedure remain particularly suspicious, such as the case of Korean Air Lines Flight 007, in which although the NTSB was legally mandated to investigate, it decided not to, letting the International Civil Aviation Organization reach a verdict instead.

 

Examples

Page nameDateLocationDescription
1980 Camarate air crash4 December 1980Camarate
Lisbon
Portugal
A covert assassination of Adelino Amaro da Costa, to cover up the October surprise conspiracy.
1994 Scotland RAF Chinook crash2 June 1994Mull of Kintyre
Scotland
A helicopter crash incident which killed all on board, including almost all the UK's senior Northern Ireland intelligence experts.
1996 Croatia USAF CT-43 crashDubrovnik
Croatia
3 km north of Dubrovnik Airport
2007 Yucatan Gulfstream drug crash24 September 2007Yucatan
Mexico
A plane used by the CIA for rendition, which later crashed in Mexico, with tons of cocaine aboard.
Aerolinee Itavia Flight 87027 June 1980Tyrrhenian Sea
Italy
Near Ustica
Avianca Flight 20327 November 1989Cerro Canoas
Soacha
Colombia
Colgan Air Flight 340712 February 2009New York
US
A plane crash which killed a prominent 9-11 truther, Beverly Eckert
Cubana de Aviación Flight 4556 October 1976Bridgetown
Barbados
8 km west of Seawell Airport
Dag Hammarskjöld/Premature death18 September 1961Zambia
Africa
EgyptAir Flight 99031 October 1999Atlantic Ocean
100 km (62 mi) S of Nantucket
Korean Air Lines Flight 0071 September 1983Sakhalin Island
Soviet Union
Pacific Ocean
Near Moneron Island
Libyan Arab Airlines Flight 11421 February 1973Sinai PeninsulaForty two years later, in another case of mass murder in Sinai, Russian Airbus Metrojet Flight 9268 exploded on 31 October 2015 killing all 224 passengers and crew
Malaysia Airlines Flight 3708 March 2014South China Sea
Indian Ocean
A commercial airliner which went missing.
Metrojet Flight 926831 October 2015South of Al-Arish
Sinai Peninsula
Egypt
Metrojet Flight 9268 disappeared from radar at 31,000 feet, exploded and crashed killing everyone on board.
Paul Wellstone/Assassination25 October 2002 10:22:00Minnesota
US
A crash officially recorded as an accident, but which several researchers consider to have been a covert assassination.
TWA Flight 80017 July 1996Moriches Inlet
Near
East Moriches
New York
A suspicious air crash, which occurred simultaneously with a live fire exercise being carried out by the US Navy.
UTA Flight 77219 September 1989Niger
United Airlines Flight 5538 December 1972Chicago
Illinois
US
A plane crash which ended the life of the wife of E. Howard Hunt, suspected by some to have been an assassination.
 

Victims of Air disaster on Wikispooks

TitleDateLocationDescription
Saak Karapetyan
Giannos KranidiotisA greek diplomat and politician who was killed together with his son in a "freak accident" 3 months after attending a Bilderberg meeting.


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