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Remember the "Gas Explosion" in Indianapolis the other day? Well look at this 911 call log from that day
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[quote:Turtles Voice:MV8yMDUwMTE4XzM0NDUzMTUxX0MwMTE0QjU1] [quote:El Quisqueyano:MV8yMDUwMTE4XzM0NDUzMDYxX0VBRkU3MkEx] [quote:Turtles Voice:MV8yMDUwMTE4XzM0NDUyOTgzXzJEMUU2MkU5] [quote:El Quisqueyano:MV8yMDUwMTE4XzM0NDUyODc3X0FDMjlEMDA4] [quote:Turtles Voice:MV8yMDUwMTE4XzM0NDUyODQzXzgwNjk0N0Qy] [quote:candycrappingunicorn:MV8yMDUwMTE4XzM0NDUyMDQ4XzE5QThDRkUy] [quote:Anonymous Coward 20084471:MV8yMDUwMTE4XzM0NDUxMDQ4X0IxRDYwMEM=] or this: [quote:tomspoerner:MV8yMDQ5NDUxXzM0NDQxOTgxXzIyMzA0MTVE] I live 3 miles from the blast. It shook my home and rattled the windows. It was as loud as a lightning bolt hitting outside our window. I think the conspiracy theory is inaccurate for several reasons. 1) There is no blast crater. There are numerous aerial photos of this and no crater is evident. If you compare other images online where hellfire missals hit, you will see a crater. 2) The targets that some theorists are claiming to be the real targets are very far from this location. One is 20 miles away. That's a long distance to miss the target. 3) They have reported all the effected residents and there doesn't appear to be anything unusual. At the location of the blast lived a woman and her boyfriend. They were at the casino gambling that night. Their 12 year old daughter was staying at a friends house. I do find it unusual that they boarded their cat for the night. Who boards their pet when they are out for the evening? The fact that they had the house up for sale for awhile and it didn't sell leads me to believe they are investigating insurance fraud along with the faulty furnace the ex-husband claimed they had. [/quote] [/quote] THIS ^^^ number 3 above - I know a fucking county JUDGE who went to prison for 17 yrs for committing insurance fraud. Set a house on fire that he was "rehabbing" with a partner, and it got into cost overrun so they decided to torch it. I knew the judge and his wife personally - they were clients of mine. He was VERY mild-mannered, he wouldn't hurt a flea. Plus, I own a cat and I would NEVER board it, especially just for one night! They couldn't sell the house, bad furnace, sounds to me like they got the bright idea to blow it up and blame it on the furnace. Got a little carried away with the explosives... However, I can't explain all the other fishy shit - no remains, blown to bits, DHS, ATF, all the other strange stuff..... [/quote] I love all these new members that are registered, but have few posts commenting on these threads. candycrappingunicorn Been registered since 2011, but only 20 posts? Come on, this is GLP. BTW - a gas explosion, an exploding furnace and all other shit isn't felt 20-something miles away - it simply isn't. It's not insurance fraud or some guy blowing up his house. Jesum! [/quote] [b]So tell us what it is.[/b] [/quote] Well is most certainly was not a gas explosion or a furnace. Look at the debris field, did you see a washing machine or a fridge? It was something different. My house, when I was a child, had a furnace explode - it didn't affect the neighboring houses and it sure didn't torch the cars. It was a big house too, with a big furnace. It didn't even blow up the house. It caused a fire and we only had to rebuilt half of the house. I don't know what did it, and you don't either, and all these examples of this and that are fear based, because we are afraid to consider what actually does that type of damage. [/quote] We need to get someone here that can calculate what type of force would be required to blow those houses to shred. Like this force did. It shouldn't be that difficult to calculate. Take all images and debris field into account and calculate what type of forced would be required. Then match that force to different types of explosive materials. [/quote] That would be interesting to see. I know when my house "blew up", the fridge, the dishwasher and the washer and dryer were still in place, although there was a bit of soot on them. Something we don't understand, and perhaps can't comprehend, happened there and is evidenced by the other news stories - strange fires are still erupting. This story has had me scratching my head for a couple days now and I think for those that close their minds and say - oh, it was gas, it was insurance fraud, and the like, are more frightened than I am. [/quote]
During that 60+ page thread, all about the explosion and ensuing confusion....
Well, someone had posted the link to the 911 calls, and said the calls where everybody was saying they were passing out/heart problems/problems breathing, etc. were NOT to be found....it said they were down for maintenance or were just not there. I theorized that they just may be "lagging" since there were so many of them, and they would "catch up" and be posted at a later time.
Well, check this out! I just went back on that 911 site looking for the calls, and THERE ARE NO CALLS LISTED AT ALL for the dates between 11/9 and 11/13. PERIOD. NONE!
Like it never even happened!
Too weird. NOW some of you shills try to tell me they are not hiding something? I'll try to link it here, but I'm not sure how to do it. If it doesn't turn into a hyperlink, just copy and paste it into your browser to go to the site.
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