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One dead after plane crash near Opa-locka Airport

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posted on May, 2 2011 @ 08:27 AM
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One dead after plane crash near Opa-locka Airport


www.miamiherald.com

A two-engine cargo plane crashed near the Opa-locka Airport, killing one person as it plowied into trees, a white van, a car and a metal gate, until it finally struck a house.

The crash was at 143rd Street and Northwest 41st Street, reported Cristina Armand, spokeswoman for Miami-Dade Fire Rescue.

At about 8:15 a.m., minutes after the collision, the plane was engulfed in flames and exploded at least twice, WSVN-7 reported.

Read more: www.miamiherald.com...
(visit the link for the full news article)




posted on May, 2 2011 @ 08:27 AM
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I live near there in Florida, had some traffic on the way to work due to this.

Nothing eye opening until more information unfolds. I feel this may get big, and I've been having a feeling that we should all pay attention to the news, there may be something we might miss, considering the recent news on Osama.

As a matter of fact I've had this feeling for a while now, all the way back to the Royal Wedding, don't get me wrong, I'm not saying all these things are planned, I'm just saying the Media will exploit what they can and divert attention.

EDIT: Upon further thought, I don't see much devlopment in the alternative field, I apologize ATS for using up forum space. Regardless, I continue to implore you to keep your eyes peeled. I for one do not think this was planned in anyway, I just think that this gives the media another field day, may peace be with that pedestrian and any people in that cargo plane.

www.miamiherald.com
(visit the link for the full news article)
edit on 2-5-2011 by Thekid90 because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 08:35 AM
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Wow tying a cargo plane crash at an airport known to be home to CIA and Coast Guard Operations to having to do something with the announcement of Bin Laden's death is sure a stretch of the imagination.

The only thing crossing our borders when he was alive was illegal immigrants and drugs, and the other thing that flies in and out of Opa Locka all the time are smuggled narcotics.

I wouldn't count on that changing now.

I think Miami is safe from the 'terrorist horde', well unless you want to classify jet setting billionaires and super model escorts invading South Beach to party as terrorism.



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 08:46 AM
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Lmao that would be a stretch of imagination, I apologize again I don't think there's a connection, just that were probably gonna see this a lot on the news to keep our eyes and ears off of something. If anything I should have just made a thread soley on those suspicions then to make this. Is there a delete option??

Btw, I never knew that airport had cia connections, also I don't think there's anything to do with the airport and its cia connection I just find it interesting because I've never known and this is my area. Go figure -_-

EDIT: I got post itchy from the fact that this was a breaking news in my area but I don't see any signifigance from this and I don't see a delete option. Mods can you please delete this thread? Thank you.
edit on 2-5-2011 by Thekid90 because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 08:56 AM
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Opa Locka Airport has long been the CIA's Gateway to the Caribbean and Central and South America. The illegal arming of the Contras was conducted out of Opa Locka, the failed invasion attempts to take back Cuba were also.

Flights go out with weapons, and mercs to all kind of hot spots and come back laden with illegal drugs to finance the off the books black operations being conducted.

Opa Locka has a colorful history.

The Coast Gaurd flies it's F-16's and helicopters out of Opa Locka too, and the Airforce reserve does also.

Several years back when Elian Gonzalez was snatched from his Uncle's home in Little Havana the ATF actually flew the men and vehicles in the belly of a C-130 into Opa Locka and secured the entire airport while conducting the operation to grab the child, to race back to the airport and fly him back to Washington DC from where he came.

This was done because it was believed that every portion of the Local and Federal Governments down here were compromised by supporters of the boy, and the only way they felt they could ever grab him was with secrecy and a team out of Washington DC.

In a city who's history is full of colorful Gangsters and Spies few places have more history than Opa Locka airport.

By the way Opa Locka itself was built right after World War II as a themed housing community based on 1001 Arabian Knights. All the houses featured minurets and in it's hey day looked very much like a Moroccan village.



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 09:08 AM
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This is a link to the TV video,

www.wsvn.com...



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 09:22 AM
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Oh wow already, thanks smurfy.

Pro- WOW! I never knew ANY of that, especially about Elian, I remember that incident, I was about 10 when that happened, I've lived in Hialeah with all the cubans so I would hear about the kid everyday. Thanks for the knowledge, and btw I loved your thread on Rome, very interesting.



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 09:39 AM
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Originally posted by ProtoplasmicTraveler
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Opa Locka Airport has long been the CIA's Gateway to the Caribbean and Central and South America. The illegal arming of the Contras was conducted out of Opa Locka, the failed invasion attempts to take back Cuba were also.

Flights go out with weapons, and mercs to all kind of hot spots and come back laden with illegal drugs to finance the off the books black operations being conducted.

Opa Locka has a colorful history.

The Coast Gaurd flies it's F-16's and helicopters out of Opa Locka too, and the Airforce reserve does also.

Several years back when Elian Gonzalez was snatched from his Uncle's home in Little Havana the ATF actually flew the men and vehicles in the belly of a C-130 into Opa Locka and secured the entire airport while conducting the operation to grab the child, to race back to the airport and fly him back to Washington DC from where he came.

This was done because it was believed that every portion of the Local and Federal Governments down here were compromised by supporters of the boy, and the only way they felt they could ever grab him was with secrecy and a team out of Washington DC.

In a city who's history is full of colorful Gangsters and Spies few places have more history than Opa Locka airport.

By the way Opa Locka itself was built right after World War II as a themed housing community based on 1001 Arabian Knights. All the houses featured minurets and in it's hey day looked very much like a Moroccan village.


Move along people i have nothing to reply here, i would rather talk about the Royal Wedding, or hey..what about the killing of Osama or the Syrian change of leadership only several days away. Ooops..this is ats and its public. Never mind, by the time anything is registered and stored your more than likely to have already forgotten.

You are a product of your environment, embrace it, love it, consume it, we know whats best for you...trust us. On a ranting side, proto, that alone show's the level of reality that the public is simply not willing let alone bring up in a conversation that involves the cerebral cortex. But you must admit, everything is going like clock last 48hrs right ?


have a nice day



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 09:51 AM
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Yes it's been a real exercise in poise and discipline that has mightily impressed a good 3/5ths of the population.

I don't though think they will have Assad out in a week or Gadaffi either. They may try, but it's still over reaching in my humble opinion.

As long as those leaders know that it is a timed event, a race if you will, likely to shore up the dollar before panic totally sets in, all these guys have to do is hang out, stay alive, and wreck the time table.

The best laid plans of mice and men often turn out for not when they meet Mr. Murphy.

Time tells all.



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 10:09 AM
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Jackals don't hibernate, they simply consume to survive. Then again, we need to assess what is actually being said before we can make an open and viable choice. But given that syra is next up i am counting hours to this.



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 10:21 AM
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Oh no doubt about the fact that Syria is on the plate, but as my dearly departed maternal grandmother was oft heard saying, "don't let your eyes be bigger than your stomach".

So far in the smorgasbord fare the DOD and CIA have been snacking on they have yet to consume an entire portion of anything they serve up.

Unless the ultimate attempt is to leave a wake of failed nations seething from anti-American resentment they haven't accomplished much of anything but that.

Oh well and the bankrupting of the treasury, and the polarization of Western and Eastern Religious Cultures.

Meanwhile the Wild Card hasn't even been thrown into the game, and there is always a Wild Card out there.

Timing is everything you know.

Intriques abound, much of it smoke, some do have their eyes and sights on the fire.

The Enterprise is fast becoming over extended and stretching it a little bit more is going to expose an awful inviting vulnerabilty.

Wise men don't count their chickens before they have hatched.

Gadaffi has pulled his behind out of the fire on more than one ocassion and I wouldn't count such a wiley coyote out of the game until the Acme anvil is lifted off of him and reveals him actually crushed, meanwhile Iran can't afford to just let Syria go without a fight as a reemerging Egypt becomes champion to the Palestinians and begins it's drive to capture leadership of the Muslim world.

I don't see it being over in hours, but it very well may heat up in that amount of time.

It might in the end go close to plan but life and the universe is far too fluid for it to go down precisely as hoped.



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 11:08 AM
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Indeed wise words, after all, her time spent on this planet would provide a point of reality that in todays world has completely or almost disappeared....estimate one lunar cycle.



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 11:33 AM
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This might be a lil OT... however, I find it stunning there is a place in Florida called "Opa Locka" and there is a place in Alabama called Opelika...

Sounds real similar to me... but seminoles weren't in Alabama.. .that was Creek, Cherokee and blackfoot from what I understand...

So why the similarity?



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 11:38 AM
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I have no idea, that is interesting. I'll take a shot in the dark and suggest that since there are still native americans, albeit different tribes, they have similar words. For example, spanish sounds very similar to italian.



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 11:40 AM
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I'll buy that...



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 11:54 AM
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Btw Pro and Tris, what exactly is going on? If you don't mind giving me the gist, I'm trying to follow, but unfortunately and ironically I am an example of what I was trying to implore. I have been distracted by everything else that I'm lost as to what your talking about.



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 12:00 PM
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With this particular thread, or what is going as a follow up from a former thread(s) ?



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 12:27 PM
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Both, since I'm sure they're related. This is off subject, but I'm already requesting this thread to be removed, and in the process, you guys can educate me, if you don't mind. =P



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 12:41 PM
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Originally posted by Thekid90
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Both, since I'm sure they're related. This is off subject, but I'm already requesting this thread to be removed, and in the process, you guys can educate me, if you don't mind. =P


Okay lets see, regardless of the fact requesting a thread to be removed has a zero impact on a person like myself. In-fact, hardcore threads that have valuable information are always out of the spot light right ?. Not that this thread has anything of value to those willing to click read and reply. Its more a chain of events that those who follow are able to quickly reply without any real problem and relate to what you have read above. To the casual fly by, the thread seems totally useless, that i respect, but its something that perhaps you simply might want to refine.

Within this article we say a plane went down, obviously its engine failure, regardless of what the FAA find, it will be engine failure. I am not stating otherwise, but its convenient that its engine failure. What proto has simply put forward is how projects are implemented, what i previously had posted within another thread and that followed through to this thread is how everything is working like clock work. If i have lost you now, then i suggest you fix a cup of coffee, sit back and simply allow your mind to work, allow all avenues and all scenarios. The impossible becomes possible. Time is of no concern.



posted on May, 2 2011 @ 12:43 PM
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Yeah my inlaws who watch my kids during the day live very close to the airport.

I got a little worried for a bit there. Unfortunately the pilot did not survive.



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