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Originally posted by Magantice
reply to post by nightbringr
None of us will ever know what really happened now will we? It doesnt take a genious to figure out that plane wrecks leave body parts. Missles on the other hand incinerate.
Originally posted by MuchTooSerious
Originally posted by Magantice
Another issue i have with the above post are the lines:
quote "Most people who really do know something, end up dead shortly after they share the information. Hopefully those of you who dont want to die keeping secrets from those who need to know, will take the chance to share here. ".
This statement is. i'm sorry, pure sensationalism. Could you provide real world examples, where it is shown the person was killed for what they said.
To connect it with posting on ATS is, to me, absurd. The OP implies that posting on ATS could, under certain circumstances, get one killed. I'm sorry, but that is far fetched.
although the timing of his death has been labeled suspicious; Kuklinski was scheduled to testify that former Gambino crime family underboss Sammy Gravano had ordered him to murder New York Police Department Detective Peter Calabro.
the compressed air (or gas) fired cane gun...snip... Poisoned pellets and darts have been fired from similar weapons by communist intelligence agents (for example, the Bulgarian “umbrella gun” used in several prominent assassinations). A related weapon is the tubular “gas gun” which uses an electrically fired charge to expel a small cloud of prussic acid directly into a target’s face, resulting in death from cyanide poisoning. Blowguns have also been incorporated into canes.
Predators, with high-precision zoom lens cameras, and video cameras with both electric optic and infrared capability that can see at night, can lock on a target for their two Hellfire missiles when they are so far away that the target can neither see them (unless the drone is below 15,000 feet (4,600 m)) nor hear them. Predators ...snip...can fly at speeds up to 135 mph (217 km/h) and at heights up to 25,000 feet (7,600 m). They can fly 400 nautical miles (740 km) to a target, loiter overhead for 14 hours, and then return to their base. Reapers...snip...can fly at speeds up to 300 mph (480 km/h), and at heights up to 50,000 feet (15,000 m), and can fly for 14–28 hours (14 hours fully loaded). "Nano-drones" are now being developed for targeted killing, that are about 2.5 inches (6.4 cm) long, which like little killer bees will be able to follow their target, even entering a room through an open window. Aerial refueling tanker drones are also being developed that will allow these drones to refuel, without ever landing.
The best piece of advice I can give to those reading or posting on ATS is this: BE A SKEPTIC...snip...
We should always question any information given us. As the OP'er implies, the ATS is a great place to learn. It's not an end but rather a jumping off point. People should post their ideas and experiences here. Sharing is important.