Originally posted by woogleuk
I'm just wondering, how reliable is the source news site? I have been keeping my eyes on the BBC News website as well as other mainstream sites and no-one is reporting this yet, you would think a rogue missile would have caught the attention of other media outlets....any of the smaller sites reporting are just pointing back to the source. Something about the story doesn't smell right, something like this would have reporters round the globe drooling.
reply to post by pumapunku
Notice 911 on the glass behind the "cop" turning over his weapons. Then a bright "The End". At the end of the closing credits we see "Goodbye,Silverstein&Partners". Little David is also mentioned.
I think it would be even more disconcerting if they wait a couple of more hours, and then say, " Oh, yeah. We did launch that."
Originally posted by fltcui
reply to post by DarkRift
It's just very disconcerting that this took place 12 hours ago and the Pentagon is still saying that it wasn't a military launch.
Just guessing here but the footage shows the missile streaking away from the camera off to the right. If the camera was facing more or less west, this would make the missile direction northwest, so heading away from the USA. If it was heading toward the USA I'm sure the US would be a lot more concerned about it if they didn't know who fired it.
Originally posted by kalunom
I am guessing that since we don't know where the missile came from, we have no idea where it wound up? Does anyone know which direction it was heading? Can radar track these things?