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Since the Minot story broke a week ago about the missing nukeclandestine operation from Minot, we have the following (for those who are paying attention):
1. All six people listed below are from Minot Airforce base
2. All were directly involved as loaders or as pilots
3. All are now dead
4. All within the last 7 days in 'accidents' [Not all of them --LRP]
Originally posted by Keyhole
Hmmmm, what are the odds that 6 of the military personnel that handled the missing nukes would die within a week.
I’ve seen too much crazy stuff to believe in some massive conspiracy, there’s too many people involved. You’d have to kill like 50 people to “cover up” moving nukes to Barksdale. Plus, what would it achieve? There’s already more than enough nukes at Barksdale to blow the world up 3x over. Who needs 6 more? Seriously? Plus, more accidents occur with conventional than nukes, since nukes are computerized and designed to be super-duper safe. Conventional weapons are built by the lowest bidder. [Yikes!] I’d be more worried about a fully-loaded F16 flying around NYC after 9/11 sucking up a bird than a B52 with nukes flying around without anyone knowing it was loaded with nukes. The pilots couldn’t "secretly" be in on it and launch them, the interface wouldn’t be installed, the COMSEC material wouldn’t be available, etc. You’d have to kill half the base to hide the paper trail necessary to give the pilots the ability to launch.
Several people dying from Minot is bad, of course, but then, crazy stuff happens. Motorcycle accidents, mind you, are the #1 non-war cause of dead in the Air Force. The Captain who died wasn’t a pilot (he was Combat Weather, as evidenced by his pewter beret in the photo linked from your site). Captains are a dime a dozen, just like the Security Forces troop who died. Yes, a part of the Security Forces Squadron mission there would be do defend the nukes, but he’s not at all involved in any of the process. He stands outside the door and checks IDs. Seriously, that’s it. I have 5 cops (as they're generally called in the Air Force) I deal with every day where I work because I do computer stuff, and they have zero clue what’s happening behind the door. They spend most of the day on the phone chit chatting with friends at other security posts about the latest dorm gossip about who slept with whom.
Originally posted by apc
Is it not true that a ground-burst leaves behind enough material to be analyzed and its chemical makeup, and therefore origin, identified?
Originally posted by PokeyJoe
Stuff like what happened happens every day in the military. Just cause you dont hear about it doesnt mean that it doesnt happen.
Originally posted by antar
. How can they not be covering this on every station?
Originally posted by RedGolem
So if the intent is a false flag nuke in any city the analyzing tests may be able to be bent to any result.
Originally posted by shots
Might I suggest you find a better source for your material. They all did not die within one week check the soucres. Most of what they allege is absolutely wrong. All were not loaders nor where they pilots those are allegeations with one exception one was a pilot who died in a motorcycle accident.
Example two airmen were travaling with their wives one on leave from vacation coming back to Minot from Calif. Another couple on a different hwy returning from a day at a local casino outing. Not out of the normal at all
Then you have the airman who died in the accicident on south hill which was a result of trying to fine tune high performance parts on the car which was doing 70 in a 25MPH zone. Again nothing out of the noraml I will now cut to the chase and end by saying there is absolutely nothing suspisous about any of the deaths at this time. No one has yet to confirm Todd blues suicde either. It is a none issue
[edit on 9/19/2007 by shots]