Michael Hastings Jun 30, 2013 11:41:29 GMT -5
Post by ۞Quaalude™۞ on Jun 30, 2013 11:41:29 GMT -5
Many have been quick to point out that a Mercedes is not a Pinto. It doesn’t just burst into flames on impact with a tree. The gas tank in this vehicle is situated at its rear anyway. I think Jim Stone was correct in his assessment of the fire. It was instantly all-engulfing and incredibly intense. Such a fire could only have been initiated by a gas tank bomb, and I am taking that as a given.
I will close the focus on the fire by noting that Jose, the Spanish-speaking witness in the Loudlabs footage, though struggling to express himself in English, clearly indicated (3:45 – 3:48) that the car was on fire before it hit the tree. That tells me the gas tank bomb went off before the car hit the tree.
Now think about this for a minute. Take a good, hard look, and THINK.
First, you can see the driver’s seat head-rest. Where is the burnt corpse of the driver? It isn’t there. Nor are there body parts anywhere. No corpse and no body parts means there was no driver. How is that possible? Easy. All cars since around 2005 have been outfitted with 3G connections that make it possible for them to be controlled remotely.
Here’s Jim Stone’s article on that subject.
Eyewitnesses reports corroborate this observation. There was no driver in that car.
Second, is there some quality about palm trees that makes them incredibly destructive to the front end of an impacting vehicle?
The debris field is extensive and far-reaching. I cannot consider it consistent with a mere high-speed impact, which I think would have inflicted a lot more damage to the palm tree.
Had it just been a high-speed impact, the front end ought to have been “wrapped around” the trunk of the tree. But all that debris came from somewhere, and here it is — a mostly missing front end , The car hit the tree on its north-by-northwest side. The engine ended up 130 feet southeast of the tree. Even assuming that no bombs were involved, the obvious question is, how did the engine clear the tree? It could never have flown through it!
I’ll call this the Magic Engine Question. Again, I’ll answer it below.
Next, I direct your attention to the debris field extending from the wreck area in a southeasterly spray pattern toward the blown-out engine. People need to demand to see the car's computer & evidence. They'll keep doing this if people don't step up he did go through a red light & was speeding, so maybe the brakes were deactivated. They wanted to blame the speed for the explosion, I guess. Seems like the government is getting kind of careless to blow someone up in a residential area , So Long Michael Hastings QC