The Feds have cried WOLF, so many times, that this may be the actual cannid, and slip under the radar. But Bostian's conductor thinks he heard
Bostian tell the other engineer in the commuter train that he too had been hit with something.
Back several years, off of Vancouver Island, B.C. Canada, a helicopter was photographing a Russian ship and the ship used a laser device of some kind
to incapacitate the guy with the camera. He claimed eye damages and tried to sue Russia, but the numbskulls in D.C. hushed everything up. Fast
forwards to last week, and the Russkies may have either deployed one of these, or have let one of their Islamic buddies' secret services use it inside
If this has been further developed since the Vancouver Island helicopter incident, I would look at it as a "Flash Bang" grenade, but without the
Flash and Bang. It would still stun and temporarily incapacitate a person, from a distance, who might crash a helicopter, or even a passenger train,
if it was used just in front of a low speed curve.
What's neat about this is that the commuter train engineer notes the hole in his windshield, but no incapacitating effects. Then a few minutes later
and three miles away, a high speed passenger train gets both the punctured windshield and Gawd Knows what kind of incapacitating laser beam or high
frequency sound burst, which "cold cocks" the engineer.
Now what I'm waiting for is to find out who or what engaged this train's emergency brakes, as it went into the fatal turn. But these Feds have cried
Wolf, so many times in the past, that if this one is real, no body is going to take them seriously. But with pulsating laser beams, there should be
damage to this engineer's eyes. With high frequency sound bursts, your guess is as good as mine. With an incapacitating gas inside a solid "dry
Ice", CO2 pellet, with some small ball bearings in its nose, to break the windshield open, you might as well take a number and wait. Although, it is
looking like they felt that they needed to hit the commuter train with a dewatted something to make sure the device would also puncture the Amtrack
Passenger train's windshield.
edit on 16-5-2015 by carpooler because: (no reason given)