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‘Assassination By Plane Crash’ Of Top American Bankers Fails In US (Updated Jan. 16, 2009)
Russian Military Intelligence reports circulating in the Kremlin today state that an attempt to shoot down an American passenger plane over New York City carrying some of the top officials from the United States largest bank, and largest financial services company in the World, Bank of America, failed when the pilot quickly reacted to his crippled and burning aircraft by landing it in the Hudson river extinguishing the spreading flames and saving the lives of all aboard.
-By John Kell, Dow Jones Newswires; 201-938-5285; firstname.lastname@example.org
Originally posted by HugmyRek
I sort of thought it were strange that the reason stated was "Canadian geese". I am thrilled and so proud of this pilots brains and good fortune on the landing-it is historical. But if we are going to call names where engines and planes falling from the sky are concerned, he better say he means he saw them, not just that that is the rational answer.
And if it is the public answer, to keep something hidden, hidden-such as they don't know what happened but someone heard bang, smelled plastic, saw fire-ect; and that it were not definitively known to be geese; than I would hope that 'Seaguls" would be inserted in place of "Canadian Geese" in respect of our neighbors to the north.
But hey, the damage is done. So, we should either confirm it were geese, or clarify and apologize for the slip of using Canada's famed bird as the answer to what is also stated as being 'an ongoing investigation'. Could as well as been a pair of Bald Eagles.
However, I did see an ENORMOUS flock of geese a month or so back. They were as numerous as crows. I guess maybe I should have called it in to someone?
Originally posted by zooplancton
i think the reason the plane coverage got so much press was the fact that this was the first time a plane did a water landing and nobody was killed.
that's pretty amazing.
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
The only things I find strange are that they said the plane's engines were missing from the wreck and NTS wants to speak with Sullenberger before the media....
Originally posted by DarkSecret
wow poor OP he didn't get his daily dose of carnage, pain and despair for over 24 hours... it's understandable that he's already having withdrawal symptoms so he's posting to ask if all viewing areas of the major cable news channels experience the same carnage blackout.
OP just be thankful no one died this time. i know, most of us are just selfish primitive mammals trying to get our daily fix and forget our own pain. but then try to imagine how you would feel in that situation...
OP, in your case SAW would be right to put you into one of his experiments and see how you react. because you're wasting your life wishing for more blood in the world and don't appreciate other people's unplanned heroic and compassionate stories either!
Originally posted by CaptainWilliams
Here is a surveillance video that shows the plane crashing into the Hudson river.
But the Twin Towers are in the skyline?? What the heck? When did this actually happen?
Take a look and see for yourself.