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San Francisco Plane Crash Terrorism??

Sunday, July 7, 2013 8:18
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A Boeing 777 aircraft that crash-landed at San Francisco airport killing two people did not have mechanical problems, an airline official has said.
 
The head of the South Korean airline Asiana, Yoon Young-doo, did not rule out human error but said the pilots were experienced veterans, one pilot had over 10,000 hours flying. 
 
This is getting alittle weird now. I had personally thought the plane looked weird such as in the picture above.  If it was human error and they hit the sea wall when landing, which accounts for the tail missing, wy did it catch fire like it did?  Ruling out mechanical failure opens a can of worms.  If they didnt hit the sea wall, then what?  Its just bizarre now, mechanical failure was a certainty I thought. 
 
So what happened?  What about terrorism?  Highly unlikely, but maybe this was not of the islamic variety.  Maybe this was something else.  The only dead passengers were 2 Chinese girls 16 years of age.  A Chinese woman died in the Boston marathon bombings as well. As authorities rule out the most obvious possibilities, you have to start thinking about the outrageous ones. -Mort

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  • Dave G

    How does anyone know there was no mechanical problems less than 24 hours after the accident??

  • Greg Ericson

    Where’s the video footage of the crash!……The airport has footage!

  • Monticello

    How about N. Korean terrorism. That was my first thought.

  • dmack

    The head of the airline said there was no mechanical problems – however, there is no possible way for him to verify that before any kind of investigation has been completed.

    any kind of speculation at this point is pointless

  • Anon

    Really…
    The Chief Operating Officer of Facebook was supposed to be on the plane…
    She changed her travel plans to cash in on “frequent flier miles”….
    A person making the kind of money she is making does not need frequent flier miles….
    Someone tipped her off that the plane was going down and she didn’t get on it.
    The question is why, what does she know?
    So many people have died related to what they know that could incriminate the powers that be or put a monkey wrench in “The System”.
    I wish more people had better critical thinking skills

    • Endthisnow!

      “A person making the kind of money she is making does not need frequent flier miles….”

      So very true. Excellent points!

    • dmack

      What critical thinking skills are you using, speculation?

      What kind of evidence do you have that people of wealth do not use credit cards that offer frequent flyer miles? Needing to use frequent flyer miles and using them are two different things. Pure economics, needs v wants. I don’t need to save pennies, but I do…

      CFO of Facebook, what does she know? Intriguing question… This sounds like a plot from a Clancy novel. Maybe she holds top secret status update information. Possibly she has in her possession nude selfies taking by some powerful world leader.

      If your argument that this accident is linked to a conspiracy I hope you apply more critical analysis to your very weak argument.

  • SayWhat?

    Long flight, maybe pilots were tired? Human error? Can they wait until they have all the facts before they start calling it the big “T” word?

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