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Originally posted by harrytuttle
reply to post by Grassisgreener
Good work - I don't believe anyone looked into that before. That location was tied to her account, not the particular post about VX Gas. She may have been on base when that coordinate was generated, but if it was based off cell towers and not GPS, then that would explain why it appears as though she was off base. On the other hand, if it was an accurate coordinate, then perhaps that parking lot is a business office for a military contractor - Ashley Pallotta's Linkedin account did say she had worked for Booz Allen Hamiliton, so that would make sense.
(side note: It appears as though her Linkedin account is now closed).
edit on 27-1-2011 by harrytuttle because: (no reason given)
January 19th, 2010 @ 10:16pm
SARATOGA SPRINGS -- A Saratoga Springs man in his early 30s died Tuesday hours after ingesting a hazardous substance, and two dozen people at the health clinic where he went for treatment were quarantined, officials said.
[reply to post by jumpingbeanz
Details are scant right now but I have a friend in Utah who was told of an outbreak at a lab just 30 miles south of Salt Lake City. Her friend works at that lab and apparently one of the doctors at the lab took material home to work on, came down sick, and died 4 hours later at a hospital.
Hazmat units have the lab shut down and I assume all the lab workers are being contacted and evaluated. They're purposefully keeping this off the local news in Utah to prevent panic, that's what she said.
Sounds like pretty scary #.
If it turns out serious, then we'll hear about it on CNN in the coming days.
Originally posted by AliWV
I've been on this thread all day!
so what did we ever find out about the "pregnant woman"? anyone ever figure out where she went or even if it was a real person?
And... where did they find the nerve gas, if indeed they actually did find it?
Originally posted by Mr Mask
Even though I disagreed with the analysis from the start, I must applaud all of you (including you Harry) for doing the research and coming up roses. I admit, I thought you were all barking up a wrong tree- but no, as always the ATS boys-n-girls landed the big whale.
So really, all things aside, you did it and you did it fast, smoothly and better the rest.
I may disagree with many here time to time, but there is no denying the power of ATS' crew.
I thought about it long and hard. You were right and I was wrong. And for reasons being- I don't understand "social networking technologies" nor do I know what the hell a tweet really is other than in theory.
So really...from one human to many. I'm sorry for doubting so vehemently when our team was on the case.
Hell, I even learned a lesson I think.
Bow, salute and offered regrets.
Originally posted by Whateva69
As someone else pointed out. no one gets in or out when a place such as this in lock down.
Originally posted by Whateva69
Well unless a witness starts blabbing about what they know, I think the next we will hear of this will be in a bookshop when someone writes a book on it.
I can see all the writers/producers are writing like crazy trying to a new movie up and running before the end of the year
Originally posted by GhostLancer
Originally posted by matrix12
either its a drill, or something has escaped confinement
Having been in the military, they don't lockdown a base without explanation *for this long* unless it's something really serious. Also, since it's a site for the testing of chemical weapons (possibly biological), another word for "lockdown" at such a base is "QUARANTINE."
If it is a standard military base, this means that there are schools, daycares, a PS (Post Exchange a.k.a. military Walmart), commissary (grocery store), medical clinic, etc. In other words, a LOT of people and children would be trapped in place and not allowed to return home. That is a **BIG DEAL** ---so, a lockdown (a.k.a. quarantine) is not to be taken lightly.