He would have had knowledge about the financial aspects of the Uranium One deal made with Crooked Hillary and Traitor 44 which is why this is significant and looks as if, since the release of the Nunes Memo, the Democrats and the Deep State are looking to cover their tracks.
Them there was another passenger, Ser-gay Pan-CHEN-ko was also murdered. He was the Russian intelligence operative connected to Uranium One and was “Source D” providing fake information for the dossier created by Christopher Steel which provided false information in order to get a FISA warrant on Carter Page, a volunteer for the Trump Campaign in 2016.
PAN-CHEN-CO also went by Millian Pan-CHEN-co and Ser-gay Millian. An article dated March 29, 2017 in the Wall Street Journal says he was the head of a Russian American Business Group and the source of the Fake Russian Dossier.
You have to remember, the Wall Street Journal is a liberal publication. They are not friendly to President Trump’s Administration and back in March last year, they were publishing this article on the Fake Russian Dossier and yet, even today, the lunatic left is still pushing Russia, Russia, Russia when it’s really Democrats, Democrats, Democrats.
Then there was Igor Gromov from Chicago, who was a Russian and an attorney linked to Loop Capital which appears to be the company used by many Democrats and the Deep State money laundering operation also linked to sex trafficking, MS 13 and Amalgamated Bank which is linked to the company providing G-4-S- security for the Miami Nightclub and the 34 B J Union which oversaw the Time Disposal Trash Company that caused the train crash carrying the Intelligence committee members to their annual retreat as well as the Hospital where Scalia and Seth Rich were transported for treatment.
Traitor 44, the Clintons, Russians and mobsters. This is per a Q Anon post which includes the public records of Gromov’s career and then there are many posts on Anon boards linking all of this together.
This does not appear to be a coincidence. It appears to be a hit job where 71 people died as a result of information 3 people had on Deep State operatives in the government. This is a global issue people.
After the release of the Nunes Memo, the 13 thousand sealed indictments and the subsequent arrests that have been made, this horrific action taken by the Deep State to silence people and send messages to others is unacceptable.
However, this will get much worse before it gets better.
As I’ve repeatedly stated, these events are not only false flags which are meant to distract us from the Democrats and the Deep State criminals, they are also meant as silencing factors.
According to Qanon – who – regardless of the thoughts of others – is very accurate – Gitmo is full and the second prison is being used now which we believe could be on Diego Garcia, another military base with high level security.
Thanks to some of the viewers last night on the live show, we are able to decipher some of the messages we’re getting from the Anon boards.
At this point, it’s important to remember, you’re not going to see Jeff Sessions come out and be flamboyant about his work. He’s not going to be tipping off the criminals. Mueller is on Trump’s side and isn’t investigating any Russian collusion. Mueller is in the spot where he must cooperate or face the consequences of his support of the Deep State and as he is able to see what’s really going on, he knows his fate would not be a good one.
Trey Gowdy is going back to being a Federal Prosecutor which is very helpful to the Trump Administration and the prosecution of key players in the destruction and corruption of past administrations such as Traitor44’s 8 years of total denial of the Constitution and what the United States stands for.
These people who are exposing this crime are in grave danger. President Trump, Devin Nunes, Jeff Sessions, Trey Gowdy, even Mueller himself are in the same kind of danger as this Russian plane that was blown up yesterday.
This is serious folks and it’s time to understand what’s going on here. These people have no issue murdering innocent people to cover themselves and their tracks. We’re in danger every day when we speak the truth, but it’s necessary as is our vigilance in the efforts to bring these crooks to justice and protect Americans and our country.
Source Article from https://worldtruth.tv/russian-plane-crash-murdered-71-to-silence-3/
(MOSCOW) — A Russian airliner that had just taken off from the country’s second-busiest airport crashed Sunday, killing all 71 people aboard and scattering jagged chunks of wreckage across a snowy field outside Moscow.
The pilots of the An-148 regional jet did not report any problems before the twin-engine aircraft plunged into the field about 40 kilometers (25 miles) from Domodedovo Airport, authorities said.
The Saratov Airlines flight disappeared from radar just minutes after departure for the city of Orsk, some 1,500 kilometers (1,000 miles) to the southeast.
Transport Minister Maxim Sokolov confirmed that there were no survivors.
The 65 passengers ranged in age from 5 to 79, according to a list posted by the Russian Emergencies Ministry, which did not give their nationalities. Six crew members were also aboard.
Emergency workers combed through the field while investigators descended on the airport to search for clues to what brought the jet down. One of the flight recorders was recovered, Russian news reports said, but it was not immediately clear if it was the data or voice recorder.
The airport has been the focus of security concerns in the past. Security lapses came under sharp criticism in 2004, after Chechen suicide bombers destroyed two airliners that took off from the airport on the same evening, killing a total of 90 people. A 2011 bombing in the arrivals area killed 37 people.
Investigators also conducted a search at the airline’s main office in Saratov, reports said.
Russia’s Investigative Committee said all possible causes were being considered. Some reports suggested there were questions about whether the plane had been properly de-iced. Moderate snow was falling in much of Moscow at the time of the crash.
Airline spokeswoman Elena Voronova told the state news agency RIA Novosti that one of the pilots had more than 5,000 hours of flying time, 2,800 of them in an An-148. The other pilot had 812 hours of experience, largely in that model plane.
Tass said the plane entered service in 2010 for a different airline, but was held out of service for two years because of a parts shortage. It resumed flying in 2015 and joined Saratov’s fleet a year ago.
TV footage from the crash site showed airplane fragments lying in the snow. Reports said the pieces were strewn over an area about a kilometer (0.6 miles) wide.
A plane can disappear from radar when it gets too close to the ground to reflect radar signals.
John Cox, a former airline pilot and now a US-based safety consultant, said the disappearance could also indicate that the jet’s transponder lost power.
“That says potential of engine failure or a technical problem,” Cox told The Associated Press.
President Vladimir Putin put off a planned trip to Sochi to monitor the investigation. Putin was to meet Monday with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas at the Black Sea resort, where the president has an official residence.
Instead, Abbas will meet with Putin in Moscow in the latter part of Monday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Russian news agencies.
The An-148 was developed by Ukraine’s Antonov company in the early 2000s and manufactured in both Ukraine and Russia.
Shabby equipment and poor supervision plagued Russian civil aviation for years after the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union, but its safety record has improved in recent years.
The last large-scale crash in Russia occurred on Dec. 25, 2016, when a Tu-154 operated by the Russian Defense Ministry on its way to Syria crashed into the Black Sea minutes after takeoff from Sochi. All 92 people on board were killed.
In March 2016, a Boeing 737-800 flown by FlyDubai crashed while landing at Rostov-on-Don, killing all 62 people aboard.
An onboard bomb destroyed a Russian Metrojet airliner in October 2015 soon after it took off from Egypt’s Sharm al-Sheikh resort. The bombing killed 224 people.
Source Article from https://www.yahoo.com/news/russian-plane-carrying-71-crashes-143020705.html
Russia’s Investigative Committee has opened an investigation into the crash of a Saratov Airlines plane near Moscow. The Antonov An-148 jet was carrying 65 passengers and six crew members.
Russian Transport Minister Maksim Sokolov flew to the site of the alleged crash near Argunovo village in the Moscow region, officials confirmed.
The crashed plane was spotted from the air in the countryside near Moscow, a rescue service source told Russia’s RIA news agency.
“The airplane reportedly crashed outside Argunovo village [in the Moscow region],” the source told Interfax news agency. “The crew and passengers had no chance.”
The Russian Emergencies Ministry says it is verifying reports that the An-148 has crashed outside Moscow.
The aircraft departed from Moscow’s Domodedovo airport and was heading for Orsk, a city lying close to the Russia-Kazakhstan border.
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February 3rd, 2018
Syrian rebels shot down a Russian warplane on Saturday and killed its pilot on the ground after he ejected from the plane, Russiaâ€™s defense ministry and Syrian rebels said.
The SU-25 came down in an area of northern Idlib province that has seen heavy air strikes and fighting on the ground between Syriaâ€™s government forces backed by Russia and Iran, and rebel groups opposed to President Bashar al-Assad.
Syrians opposed to Assad see Russia as an invading force they blame for the deaths of thousands of civilians since Moscow joined the war on the side of the government in 2015.
The U.S. State Department said it had seen reports about the incident and allegations that the United States provided missiles to groups in Syria.
â€œThe United States has never provided MANPAD missiles to any group in Syria, and we are deeply concerned that such weapons are being used,â€� said State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert. â€œThe solution to the violence is a return to the Geneva process as soon as possible and we call on Russia to live up to its commitments in that regards.â€�
The Russian plane was shot down over the town of Khan al-Subl near the city of Saraqeb, close to a major highway where the Syrian army and Iranian-backed militias are trying to advance, a rebel source said.
Although the Russian pilot escaped the crash, he was killed by rebels who had tried to capture him, the source said.
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It might not seem like it at first, but riding an airplane greatly increases your chances of getting sick. Picture it: You’re trapped in a cramped space with dozens, if not hundreds, of different people for the better part of your day. Some of these people could be the picture of good health; others not so much. But you won’t always know who’s who. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to minimize your chances of catching the flu from your fellow passengers.
- Be wary of the bathroom: According to the HuffingtonPost.com, about 50 people will go to the bathroom on an average flight. Exercise extreme caution if you’re one of those 50 people. The plastic surfaces may cut the lives of bacteria short, but they also make it easier to transmit bacteria to your hands. Prevent this from happening by using a towel or your sleeves to open the latch then nudging the door inwards with your elbow. Wipe the toilet seat cover before sitting down, and don’t forget to close the lid when you flush. Always wash your hands afterwards. If you can avoid going to the bathroom altogether, that would be even better. (Related: FLYING IN FILTH: 9 airplane surfaces that harbor dangerous bacteria.)
- Stay away from the meal tray tables: From serving as a makeshift changing station to being a convenient place to wipe snot-covered hands on, meal tray tables are often used for anything but eating. It doesn’t help that some flight attendants have admitted to washing the meal tray tables only once per day. This is why you have to wipe down your meal tray table with some antibacterial wipes before eating from it – but never off it. Some travelers have recommended not using them at all, so do that if you can.
- Choose the window seat: Not only do window seats offer the better view, they also help keep you from getting sick. As per BusinessInsider.com, sitting near the aisle raises your chances of being exposed to germs. This is because you’re closer to people coming to and from the bathroom, and folks who have a habit of latching onto aisle seat backs when they walk through the plane.
- Use the air vents: Forget the rumors that turning on the air vents will recycle germs. Don’t be afraid to turn on the vent above your head; high-efficiency particulate absorption (HEPA) filters will ensure that cabin air is free of viruses and bacteria.
- Bring a nasal spray: Cabin air may be relatively clean, but it’ll dry out your nose too. A nasal spray will moisturize your nose and enhance the flow of all those tiny, germ-blocking nose hairs.
- Hydrate often: Because cabin air is dry, it’s important that you stay hydrated. Ask for bottled water instead of tap water though, since the bacterial levels of airplane tap water is nothing short of appalling. On that note, don’t ask for coffee or tea either, since the temperatures used to brew water usually isn’t hot enough to kill bacteria.
- Avoid the blankets and pillows: Unless you’re on the first flight, you’re not the only person to use your seat’s blanket and pillow. Need another reason to keep these where they are? An investigation revealed that airlines can take as long as 30 days before washing the blankets and pillows. At the very least, they’ll do this every five days. Play it safe by bringing your own blanket and pillow.
- Don’t touch your face: Germs can “get in” through your eyes, nose, and mouth, so make it a point to decontaminate your meat hooks every time you touch something on the plane.
- Ask to change seats if your seatmate is sick: Provided that there are some open seats on the plane, you can ask a flight attendant if you can sit elsewhere. If the flight is full, be sure to hold your breath for several seconds when your seatmate coughs or sneezes.
Remember the old saying: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. And with flu season at an all-time high, you’ll definitely want to choose prevention over the so-called cure.
Go to Prevention.news to read up on making it through the flu season in one piece.
Terrifying images captured Saturday night at Trabzon airport on Turkey’s northeast coast showed a passenger plane teetering precariously on a steep slope, its nose pointing toward the waters of the Black Sea below, after the jet skidded off the runway as it was attempting to land.
Incredibly, none of the 168 passengers and crew members on board the Pegasus Airlines flight were hurt in the incident, according to Reuters. Everyone was safely evacuated.
The Turkish airline said in a statement that the Boeing 737-800 aircraft had been flying from Ankara to Trabzon and “had a runway excursion incident” as it landed.
“We tilted to the side, the front was down while the plane’s rear was up. There was panic; people shouting, screaming,” a passenger named Fatma Gordu told state-run news agency Anadolu.
An investigation into the cause of the accident has been launched, reported the BBC. Provincial governor Yucel Yavuz said the Trabzon airport was closed for several hours while authorities conducted a probe into the incident.
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.
Source Article from https://www.yahoo.com/news/terrifying-close-call-plane-skids-132514328.html
“We’re sorry to report that the Boeing 737-800 type TC-CPF registered aircraft of Pegasus Airlines Flight Number PC 8622 Ankara-Trabzon flight scheduled at 18:25 UTC tonight, had a Runway Excursion Incident during landing at Trabzon Airport (13 January 2018),” the airline wrote in an official statement about the incident.
“All 162 passengers, 2 pilots and 4 cabin crew have been disembarked safely from the aircraft. There has been no loss of life or injury to anyone on-board,” the company added.
While rainy conditions reportedly made the runway surface slick, the jet recorded speeds of 110 knots (204kph, 127mph) on the final third of the runway according to data from RadarBox. The airport was closed until 9am local time Sunday.
“We’ve taken all necessary measures. We will reopen the airport to air traffic as soon as possible,” Trabzon Governor Yücel Yavuz said Saturday night, as cited by Yeni Safak, adding that a crisis desk had been set up following the incident and that an investigation into the circumstances of the accident had already begun. He also confirmed that there were no reported issues with the runway.