Mysterious Missile Launched in Southern California and Phoneix, Pentagon CANNOT Confirm Who Fired It
Update: Fox News is reporting that the Pentagon does NOT know who fired the missile and therefore cannot deem the immediate area safe.
Last night a mysterious missile was fired of the coast of southern California. Right now we do not know who fired it or why. This is a very curious incident that could possibly be used as a staged event.
Video was taken from a KCBS chopper that showed a huge contrail which obviously indicates some sort of missile launch. If witnesses had not got this launch on video, the Pentagon may have denied that it happened all together.
NEWSER – The Pentagon has had nearly a day now to explain the apparent missile that soared into the sky off the coast of California and it’s come up with … zilch. What’s more, because defense officials still don’t know what it was, they can’t exactly say it’s nothing to worry about, a Pentagon spokesman said today. A traffic copter from a CBS affiliate captured the video of the projectile, which was about 35 miles out to sea near Los Angeles, during rush hour. The Missile Defense Agency, the Navy, and the Air Force all say they’re clueless, reports
A mysterious missile launch off the southern California coast was caught on video Monday evening by a KCBS news helicopter.
The spectacular contrail could easily be seen up in Los Angeles, but who launched this missile and why, remain a mystery for now.
The magnificent images were captured from the KCBS chopper around 5pm. The location of the missile was described as west of Los Angeles, north of Catalina Island, and approximately 35 miles out to sea.
A Navy spokesperson tells News 8, this wasn’t its missile. He said there was no Navy activity reported in that part of the region.
Sources have indicated that there was not only a missile in Southern California but also in Phoenix. Whether this is true remains to be seen. What happened in Southern California was possibly a cover up for the event that took place in Phoenix.