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originally posted by: markosity1973
Nigel Cawthorne, who describes his London-based home as a “book-writing factory” and is most famous for his Sex Lives series of “salacious tales” about the rich and famous.
originally posted by: RossWellOldMexico
It's too soon to publish a book after this disaster. The information the author uses is sketchy at best. The author and publisher are profitting from somebodies grief and misfortune. I would not buy this book whatsoever.
originally posted by: PLAYERONE01
Is it to early for a book? of course not stop being sentimental, is he money grabbing? of course not the guy has a theory and is using this medium to present it. is it plausible of course it is, is it more plausible that the multinational drill may have been used as a cover by an organisation to take it down because of who was on it? that is a better question to ask
originally posted by: Digital_Reality
IMPO this is nothing more than disinformation for profit.
What We should learn from this is a collective force that has more power than we can imagine can disappear a plane full of people without a trace. How scary is that?
Knowing that- how safe do you feel now behind your computer screen in your house?
originally posted by: mindseye1609
originally posted by: ThinkYouSpeak
how many times has stuff like this actually happened? the pan am case but isnt there 2 or 3 more? i feel like one is on the tip of my tongue. might not of been the US either just someone shooting down a passenger plane by accident in general.
was it russia maybe?
Yes it was. Russia shot down a Korean Air flight quite some time ago - 1990's maybe? I can't remember the details but the KE flight was off course. There were no consequences to Russia that I can remember. It was just an oopsie!