Anyone notice in the latest crashes (involving celebutards), we have this new description of injuries?
Burchetta added that the injuries were “traumatic in nature, but they were not thermal,” indicating that the fire never reached inside the cabin.
So instead of saying people are burned or fried, we now say they are thermal in nature? Is this some sort of new gag to keep these nonsensical stories comical?
Of course, the usual magicK numbers:
“Missed approach, N115WF. 33 knots of tail wind,” the pilot is heard saying a few minutes before the 12:22 p.m. crash, the station reported, citing a recording of the air traffic control radio transmission.
The Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office identified the man killed in the crash as Sergio Carranza Brabata, 54, a Mexican native.
Since we have celubutards doing the reporting and witnessing now, it MUST be true. They wouldn’t lie for money, would they?
Comedian Kevin Nealon, an apparent eyewitness, tweeted details about the crash.
“Horrible plane crash here at Aspen airport,” he said. “Exploded into flames as it was landing. I think it was a private jet.”
Country singer LeAnn Rimes, who also witnessed the crash, tweeted, “So sad! Horrible plane crash we just saw happen at the Aspen airport.”
Update 1/5/2014: After someone came on the blog this past week complaining that this was a disrespectful blog post, I re-visited the “deceased”‘s facebook page. Not one fresh post on it. That’s odd, one might expect hundreds of fresh, mournful posts. Looking at her husband’s facebook, we see a message from Shannon Guy. That’s odd, I thought she died. No, it seems to be his sister. How odd that your new wife and sister have the same name. Coincidence? This new entity has no facebook history, and a page that resembles other sims. Sadly, I don’t really have time to further investigate this poorly constructed story. Perhaps other fakeologists can further drill into the facebook “evidence”. Be aware that the #1 method of attacking fakeologists appears to be that we are being disrespectful to the dead. My answer is simple: it’s the media and those that own and control it that we have disrespect and suspicion of. If we end up questioning a real story, then that’s a side effect of being deceived over and over again.
As for whether real friends of family would seek out stories questioning the veracity of a media report, that is doubtful. Surely they’d have better things to do rebuilding their lives. If they saw the context (this blog) of the questioning, then surely they’d understand and not attack in a shill-like way. (fakeologist.com/2013/05/14/shi… or http://fakeologist.com/2013/05/25/shillery-update/)
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Oct 18, 2013 @ 21:57
I still don’t get why the psyOp guns are pointed at Mexico, but I am pretty sure that most of the “Mexico is dangerous” stories are fake. I know many people who spend half the year down there and have very little bad to say about the place. We don’t tend to see these stories about Florida (or even Cuba). Is it simply because Mexico is the #1 destination for Canadians, and now is the time to de-promote it as winter approaches?
A cursory look at this story has many elements (sans magic numbers) of a fake story. Attributing all the photos to facebook, a lacking facebook page, no details due to “privacy concerns”, no names of officials … all looks like a bowl of weak psyOp soup.
Honeymoon ends in tragedy as Ontario bride dies after apparent balcony collapse in Mexico
Have some fun on the vicsim’s facebook page. If you’re familiar with facebook, drill down on all the “friends” of this entity by clicking on their names. You’ll notice that each of their pages is loosely based on a template, with similar photos, graphics, causes, animal photos, and other psyOps! It is a lot of work to create all these sims’ online profiles, and most if not all people will not notice these fake elements as we do.