posted on Aug, 4 2010 @ 04:32 PM
reply to post by -PLB-
There's only so far that the training idea can go. Now let me reiterate for you. In one hour of footage (which he has over 50), he has black
choppers circling HIS home, morning, noon, and night. In one hour of footage, you can have over 30-40 different clips of different choppers. Do the
math. He has some footage to where it is 3am and the choppers are rattling his house because they are literally hovering above it.
Now, the chances of them doing training or exercises over one person's home repeatedly in two separate locations are next to nil. Zero. That goes
well beyond any coincidence. And, why would the military consistently choose to do their "training" above this guy's home, over anyone else's?
That doesn't make sense AT ALL.
So, if I were to do the math, here it is.
We'll say 30 clips of black choppers for every hour of footage. That would equate to over 1,500 black helicopters (not to mention the footage that
has multiple choppers in one clip) that have circled this guy's home in 2 years.
That goes beyond training exercises.