Friday, January 01, 2010

Flight 253 Passenger Says We Are Being Lied To About The Crotch Bomber Incident

This is a pointer to a short blog which points to an article on mLive from a passenger of flight 253.

I understand the need to classify some information, but lying to the public about something that is public knowledge is just bad form and stupid. Just more proof that the FBI and other agencies need to start working on the "flashy thingy" from MIB if they want to try to keep this stuff under a rug. Until then, we need to pressure law enforcement and the government to fess up and tell us what's going on.

There's more going on here with Flight 253 than we are being told.

The articles are long, but worth the read.

Flight 253 Passenger Says We Are Being Lied To About The Crotch Bomber Incident: "

You need to read the entire article to find out how things we are being told by the government are not what they seem. Confusion at the beginning is one thing, but this has been going on for days. Who are they trying to protect? This is just a small quote from passenger Kurt Haskell about what happened right after they landed:

We were then marched out of the baggage claim area and into a long hallway.

Lori and Kurt Haskell

This entire time period and until we left customs, no person that wasn’t a law enforcement personnel or a passenger on our flight was allowed anywhere on our floor of the terminal (or possibly the entire terminal) The FBI was so concerned during this time, that we were not allowed to use the bathroom unless we went alone with an FBI agent, we were not allowed to eat or drink, or text or call anyone. I have been repeating this same story over the last 5 days. The FBI has, since we landed, insisted that only one man was arrested for the airliner attack (contradicting my account). However, several of my fellow passengers have come over the past few days, backed up my claim, and put pressure on FBI/Customs to tell the truth. Early today, I heard from two different reporters that a federal agency (FBI or Customs) was now admitting that another man has been held (and will be held indefinitely) since our flight landed for “immigration reasons.” Notice that this man was “being held” and not “arrested”, which was a cute semantic ploy by the FBI to stretch the truth and not lie.