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Old 08-15-2005, 03:14 PM
Shannow Shannow is offline
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Default Another Home Run ?


Regarding the Greek Airlines Crash of the other day, it's looking stranger as the days go by.

First there's the text message sent by a "doomed passenger", telling that the plane had decompressed, and they were freezing.

Now the text guy who states that he got the message is revealed as a hoax...how did he know about the freezing conditions ?

The majority of the bodies recovered are frozen solid.

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ATHENS (Reuters) - Most bodies recovered from a crashed Cyprus airliner were "frozen solid", including some whose skin was charred by the plane's fiery crash, a top Greek Defence Ministry source said on Monday.

"Autopsy on passengers so far shows the bodies were frozen solid, including some whose skin was charred by flames from the crash," the source, who has access to the investigation, told Reuters.
That's a pretty good refrigeration system, given how long my freezer takes to freeze a half kilo of mince.

And two frozen solid people were witnessed trying to take control of the plane.

http://www.dispatch.co.za/2005/08/15/Foreign/crash.html
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/4152806.stm

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Old 08-15-2005, 07:39 PM
Arjuna Arjuna is offline
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Check out this thread at Rumormillnews. It is very interesting.

WAS GREEK PLANE CRASHED 2 SEND A HUGE MESSAGE 2 THE NWO
http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=76888
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Old 08-16-2005, 07:21 AM
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CARACAS, Venezuela - A commercial airliner with 152 passengers aboard crashed in western Venezuela early Tuesday after reporting engine trouble. A top government official said it was unlikely anyone survived.

The West Caribbean Airways plane was en route from Panama to the Caribbean island of Martinique when its pilot reported engine trouble to the Caracas airport around 3 a.m., said Francisco Paz, president of the National Aviation Institute.

Airport authorities lost radio contact with the plane about 10 minutes later, when the plane was in the area of Machiques, 400 miles west of Caracas in the western border state of Zulia, he said.

Interior Minister Jesse Chacon said that based on reports from military aircraft flying over the area, "it's very unlikely there could be survivors."

Paz said the pilot reported trouble with both engines to the Caracas air control tower.

The plane had been chartered for tourists, and 152 passengers were listed on the flight plan, Paz said. It wasn't immediately clear how many crew members were on board.

West Caribbean Airways, a Colombian airline, began service in 1998. In March, a twin-engine plane operated by the airline crashed during takeoff from the Colombian island of Old Providence, killing eight people.

Two other crashes in Venezuela in the past year both involved military planes. In December, a military plane crashed in a mountainous area near Caracas, killing all 16 people on board. In August 2004, a military plane crashed into a mountain in central Venezuela, killing 25 people.
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