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reply to post by Pinkorchid
And its the absolute worst way to send a message.
USA Today writes that "the plane, with a pilot and eight passengers aboard, went down Wednesday in the water off the Hawaiian island of Molokai, the Maui Fire Department said." The others on board survived.
Maybe she was all ready to "testify" before Congress.
I bet somebody missed a payment and she threatened to "talk".
Or maybe she was scheduled to "meet" with the Sheriff's Posse.
Very odd "coincidence" indeed.
If we're going to indulge in hypothesis and hyperbole, maybe there were extreme right-wing elements who wanted her out if the way because she is standing in the way of making up some bs with forged documentation to go along with it 'proving' Obama is not an American.edit on 12-12-2013 by cuckooold because: (no reason given)
I don't know...I'm beginning to wonder whether an administration that can't even construct a working website with $1B...is actually capable of successfully performing a hit that looks like an accident.
reply to post by Taggart
So you think sending a message where you have survivors, and your target may survive is a good way to send a message?
Small planes crash. A number of them crashed when I lived out there. But what kind of message was sent when you have a plane crash with survivors, that can report something weird?
reply to post by Komodo
How often do we have a lot of details less than 24 hours after a crash?