Editor’s Note: Really, do you think it’s sake to travel at all these days? Consider the horrific crashes out here in the West (Colorado) on major interstates, as well as the sudden flurry of air crashes. Now take into consideration of new facial scanners at the airports, as well as the new “documentation” required to allow admittance onto an aircraft starting next year!
If you think this is all about terrorism, you are so right…it’s all about controlling and terrorizing US! Please read the article below, understand that this is the dark’s response to massive amounts of Light flooding our planet, and be…
Once again, it’s not a Boeing 737 Max 8. It’s a Canadian Bombardier Aerospace Challenger 601. So what’s the deal? Is this the lunatic left’s Hegelian Dialectic approach to the Green New Deal and Agenda 21/2030!?
Is this how they justify banning air travel? Four plane crashes of all kinds in two weeks is astonishing. Two weeks! And they tell us a storm was in the area in Mexico. Suddenly planes can’t fly in storms? A week or so ago, half the USA was covered in storms.
And let’s not forget the plane that went down in Yorba Linda, California in February, crashing into a house. That one was related to Adam Schiff and the Standard Hotel, we understand.
Separate, unrelated, isolated plane crashes?
- Kerrville, Texas – April 22 – Beechcraft BE58 – fair weather
- Jacksonville, Florida – May 3 – Boeing 737 – storm in the area
- Moscow, Russia – May 5 – Sukhoi Superjet 100 – lightning strike
- Monclova, Mexico – May 5 – Bombardier Challenger 601 – storm in the area
How many Mexican families can charter a private jet to go to a boxing match in Vegas? Who was on this plane?
The plane was registered to Utah-based TVPX, listed as an insurance, customs and trust company. The company declined to comment on who was operating the plane. Source
This is far too much to be coincidental, and we don’t even know if the information we’re getting is accurate or seeded with lamestream BS.
Why did the death toll in Russia go from 13, as first stated, to 41? The first death toll in Mexico I heard was also 13. Now it’s 14. That’s a lot of similar numbers.
Elena Markovskaya, a spokeswoman for Russia’s Investigative Committee, said early Monday that 41 people were killed. But Health Minister Veronika Skvortsova said later that 38 survived, implying the death toll was 40. Source
It might be time for some Gematriatic number crunching. We need to get to the bottom of these crashes. ~ BP
Reports: 14 Dead After Plane Going From Las Vegas to Mexico Crashes
May 6, 2019
The plane was heading from Las Vegas to Monterrey, Mexico, Reuters reported.
The wreckage of the plane has been found, said a government official. Local news outlets have reported that 11 passengers and three crew members died in the crash.
Fernando Orta of Coahuila state’s emergency services department told Reuters that the plane was located 129 miles northwest of Monclova. It went missing about 90 minutes after departing Vegas on May 5.
“The land is rather mountainous … so they’re going to take a while longer to arrive,” Orta said, adding that officials have not yet arrived on the scene of the crash.
The passengers, who were between the ages of 19 and 57, were reportedly in Las Vegas to watch the boxers Canelo Alvarez and Daniel Jacobs fight. It is believed that the victims are Mexican nationals.
Coahuila Governor Miguel Riquelme said on May 6 that a search operation for the plane was ordered, saying “We still do not know what happened,” KTNV reported.
Photos of what appears to be the wreckage were posted on social media on May 6.
According to CNN Wire, reports said the plane model was the Canadair Challenger 600, and it has a total capacity of up to 20 people.
FlightAware said the plane went to 37,000 feet for a while before it went up and down before climbing to 40,000 feet before it wasn’t tracked any longer, it was reported.
According to the Daily Mail, local reports said a strong storm was in the area.
A Radio Centro correspondent stated: “The Secretariat of Public Security of Coahuila and authorities of Nuevo Leon have begun searches for the private Jet Bombardier Challenger 601 plane, registration N601VH, that flew from Las Vegas to Monterrey, with which contact was lost on Sunday afternoon.”