reply to post by Axial Leader
One more note:
On April 2nd, 1997, Captain Craig Button, a US Air Force Pilot, stole an A10 "Warthog" fully loaded with bombs, and disappeared over Arizona and
Colorado. Many people speculate his plan was to make a bombing run on the courthouse in Denver, CO (where Timothy McVeigh had been tried and
The official story was that the plane crashed. Based upon the nervousness of Bill Clinton, at a news conference on the day he announced they had found
the remains of the plane, I think it highly likely that Craig Button was SHOT DOWN by the US government, probably around April 19th.
The bombs aboard the plane were never recovered.
The basic speculation is that Button parked his plane at some runway in the Colorado Mountains (and there are 100's of obscure mountain runways in
that area). Button planned to make a bombing run on Denver on April 19th, which was the two-year anniversary of the day that McVeigh bombed the Alfred
P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City.
The US government, not entirely clueless, was waiting for Button with surface to air missiles, scattered all through the Colorado Mountains. They
nailed him on or around April 19th when he started this bombing run.
It is a fascinating idea, worthy of being revealed to the world. But Clinton often told lies when the truth was sufficient, so the story was never
told. This prevented acute embarrassment of the Air Force, and others.
It is mostly speculation on my part, but it adds up to me.
This occurred on or around April 19th 1997, two years after the Oklahoma City Bombing by McVeigh on April 19th, 1995, two years after the Waco siege
on April 19th, 1993.
[edit on 27-8-2009 by Axial Leader]