posted on Feb, 2 2009 @ 03:11 PM
Now I've had time to go through the list of people who died and start looking at them to see what is what.
First off, Todd Blue, and A1C, died on September 12, 07 in Virginia where he was from. They didn't say how he died. I assure you that the folks in
Virginia are just like most other places. If something fishy had happened, the media would have been all over it. For all we know, he went to a
party, had too much to drink and went down like Jimi. This isn't a suspicious death, and doesn't tie into anything going on in Minot.
Adam Barrs, no rank given, died on July 5th, 07 as a passenger in a car crash. Vehicle accidents keep firefighters busy year round around the world.
While it's unfortunate that it happened, it's nothing that even remotely surprises me. This isn't a suspicious death, and doesn't tie into
anything going on in Minot.
Weston Kissel, 1LT, died in a motorcycle crash in Tennessee. I've driven in Tennessee. A motorcycle crash there doesn't surprise me in the least,
nor does the fact that someone died as the result of a motorcycle crash. Motorcycle crashes happen all the time, mostly because a driver in a car
fails to see them and pulls out in front of them.
John Fruehs, Capt. Died near his car in Skamania County here in Washington. I've been down there and gone hiking a lot. It's a beautiful area.
He had gone missing and the police were notified. The search and rescue team was called in. They found him near his car (actually about two hundred
yards away in the forest) and it was later determined that he'd died from hypothermia. Many people believe that can only happen in the winter. That
assumption is false. There was no sign of foul play and he didn't have the gear he should have had with him when going hiking. Once again, this
isn't a suspicious, and doesn't tie into anything going on in Minot.
Just because a group of people work at one location doesn't make it a conspiracy. I'm all for good conspiracies. I enjoy them. I talk about them
often on here. But I'm not remotely convinced that anything out of the ordinary happened here. Just here in Washington State there's been several
deaths of people working at Boeing. No one's running around saying it's because they couldn't get the Dreamliner done, though that'd probably
make another good conspiracy story.
There are far easier places TPTB can get their hands on what they need than a very secure place like Minot.