The Truth About Flight 253 Has Been Revealed

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  1. Contumacious
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    THE SHARP DRESSED MAN WHO AIDED MUTALLAB ONTO FLIGHT 253 WAS A U.S. GOVERNMENT AGENT.

    Since our flight landed on Christmas Day, Lori and I have been doing everything in our power to uncover the truth about why we were almost blown up in the air over Detroit. The truth is now finally out after the publication of this Detroit News article.

    Let me quote from the article:

    "Patrick F. Kennedy, an undersecretary for management at the State Department, said Abdulmutallab's visa wasn't taken away because intelligence officials asked his agency not to deny a visa to the suspected terrorist over concerns that a denial would've foiled a larger investigation into al-Qaeda threats against the United States.


    "Revocation action would've disclosed what they were doing," Kennedy said in testimony before the House Committee on Homeland Security. Allowing Adbulmutallab to keep the visa increased chances federal investigators would be able to get closer to apprehending the terror network he is accused of working with, "rather than simply knocking out one solider in that effort."

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    rightwinger Paid Messageboard Poster Gold Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Looks like we got us a........Conspiracy!

    Clean shirt, new shoes
    and I don't know what I am gonna do.
    Silk suit, black tie,
    I don't need a reason why.
    They come runnin' just as fast as they can
    cause every girl is crazy 'bout a sharp dressed man.
     
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