posted on Jan, 25 2007 @ 11:47 AM
I have not posted on this thread before, but have been following it from the start.
First off, I would like to congratulate everyone here in such a fine piece of investigative work, especially Jritzmann and his friend Biedny. Great
analysis of the pictures.
Ok… onto my thoughts so far.
Regarding the picture.
I am sure more findings on this picture will surface in the next few days, but this should not be the sole area of investigation. Maybe it’s a ploy
to divert attention while things are covered up etc or people spoken with. A delay tactic.
Maybe the journalist from the Chicago newspaper that originally broke the story would like to see it… maybe someone could email it to him. (if not
Jritzmann… you seem to think that the picture was taken from the cockpit, if I am not mistaken? But how could the guy that posted the original
“congestion” picture on his blog have taken his picture from the same advantage point? Maybe it was taken from a viewing area at Chicago and
(you’ll have to bear with me on this point) possibly its narrow there and this is the only place to take a picture? So anyone going to said viewing
area would ultimately take a similar picture? Just my thoughts on this and maybe someone close by could visit to see what viewing areas are public? If
I remember rightly someone has emailed the guy with the blog so perhaps more information will be forthcoming.
In my mind these things need to be followed up with, along with contacting the airlines especially United to see if there were any delays that day
from planes being “held” because of this situation.
The talk of a military presence is also something else that needs to be investigated and has been passed over a little.
After such a busy day yesterday of posting and great investigating, it is a reflection on the board members and staff here, just what can be
I was in fact at Chicago terminal “C” on December 20th and 30th and wish I had taken the opportunity on those days to ask some questions armed
with my notepad and pen… though I am sure the wife would have had a few choice words on this! Next time I will not spend my time in the quest for
Thanks for taking the time to read my ramblings and I look forward to continued efforts to try and get to the bottom of what truly happened that day.