Underwear bombing

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Event.png Underwear bombing (False flag attack,  flight)
Underwear bombing.jpg
Location

Approaching,  Romulus,  Michigan,  United States,  42°12′29″N,  83°21′22″W,  [[{{#switch: � |= |? |. |;= |#default= }}|{{#switch: � |= |? |. |;=“”� |#default= }}]],  42.208°N 83.356°W,   /,  42.208,  -83.356,  Coordinates,  [[

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Blamed on Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab

The 'Underwear bombing' happened on December 25, 2009 as Northwest Airlines Flight 253 approached Michigan, USA.

Official narrative

The perpetrator was Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, an "Islamic terrorist", whose bomb was "professionally prepared" but failed to detonate.

Concerns

Kurt Haskell and his wife reported that they noted Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was accompanied by a sharp dressed man of Indian extraction in his 50s who spoke perfect English with a US accent, and who assisted Abdulmutallab's barding the plane without a passport. Haskell later researched the event and noted other irregularities.  

The Official Culprit

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NameDescription
Umar Farouk AbdulmutallabThe Underwear bomber


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