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Kid steals plane and crashes into building - 9/11 copycat (2002)

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posted on Mar, 10 2006 @ 05:45 AM
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Very old news now, but if nothing else it shows that some people have the mentality and will to carry out things we find astonishing.
Not bad too for a 15 year old who wasn't even allowed to fly solo:





Charles Bishop was an honor student and his friends described him as a "nice guy".

On January 5, 2002, the 15-year-old stole a small single engine plane and crashed it into the Bank of America building in Tampa, Florida. He left a suicide note in his pocket which was found immediately but wasn't made public until January 9, although details were given on January 6. When it first happened, all anyone knew was a teenager had stolen a plane and it crashed into the BoA building.

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The suicide note found in Charles' pocket said: "I have prepared this statement in regards to the acts I am about to commit. First of all, Osama bin Laden is absolutely justified in the terror he has caused on 9-11. He has brought a mighty nation to its knees! God blesses him and the others who helped make September 11th happen. The U.S. will have to face the consequences for its horrific actions against the Palestinian people and Iraqis by its allegiance with the monstrous Israelis--who want nothing short of world domination! You will pay--God help you--and I will make you pay! There will be more coming! Al Qaeda and other organizations have met with me several times to discuss the option of me joining. I didn't. This is an operation done by me only. I had no other help, although, I am acting on their behalf. Osama bin Laden is planning on blowing up the Super Bowl with an antiquated nuclear bomb left over from the 1967 Israeli-Syrian war."
www.anomalies-unlimited.com...


archives.cnn.com...

Maybe he was a patsy




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