Buffalo fake flight 3407 crash

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Was thinking about this crash the other day.

Strangely, I didn’t realize Simon Shack of cluesforum.info had done something on this – especially since I downloaded and saved his short video on it.

There isn’t really anything on cluesforum.info about this (fake) flight, but it’s pretty clear that this crash didn’t happen as we were told.

FLIGHT 3407 STUDY – YouTube.

The fallout from this 0;crash” was enormous. I remember them doing many docs on pilot fatigue. The whole damning of the Toronto-made plane also seemed ridiculous, since it had state of the art de-icing.

It appears one of the main goals was to stop the Beverly Eckert story. The quickest way seems to be kill off the character, by either a , drowning, or suicide.

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  2. Faye

    The Colgan 3407 Team DCP flight is already in the Fakeopedia. We will integrate the rest asap – thanks Xile.

    Actually we need a page for kreindler..

  3. xileffilex

    It’s an oldie, but a golden one.
    What I notice is that the legal affairs relating to this 9/11hoax management event was also the well known outfit of Kreindler & Kreindler


    The following is a partial list of the major aviation disasters in which Kreindler has represented passengers and their families, updating the 2010 Cluesforum list. And there’s a preponderance of fake crashes. Perhaps a continuation of work from 1980 onwards…

    Germanwings Flight 9525, Alpes-de-Haute, France, March 24, 2015

    Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, Torez, Ukraine, July 17, 2014

    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, missing since March 8, 2014

    Asiana Airlines Flight 214, San Francisco, California, July 2013

    Caribbean Airlines Flight 523, Georgetown, Guyana, July 2011

    Turkish Airlines Flight TK1951, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, February 2009

    Colgan Flight 3407, Buffalo, New York, February 2009

    Continental Airlines Flight 1404, Denver, Colorado, December 2008

    Spanair Flight 5022, Gran Canaria, Spain, August 2008

    Tam Airlines Flight 3054, Sao Paulo, Brazil, July 2007

    Garuda Indonesia Airlines Flight 200, Indonesia, March 2007

    Gol Airlines Flight 1907, Brazil, October 2006

    Comair Flight 5191, Lexington, Kentucky, August 2006

    Alaska Airlines Flight 536, California, December 2005

    American Connection BA-Jetstream 32, Flight 5966, Kirksville, Missouri, 2004

    US Airways BE-1900, Flight 5481, Charlotte, North Carolina, 2003

    American Airlines A-300, Flight 587, Queens, New York, 2001

    September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks

    Singapore Airlines B-747, Flight 006, Taipei, Taiwan, 2000

    Alaska Airlines MD-80, Flight 261, near Point Mugu, California, 2000

    Egyptair B-767, Flight 990, Atlantic Ocean, 1999

    American Airlines MD-80, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1999

    Swissair MD-11, Flight 111, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1998

    Silk Air B-737, Flight 185, Palembang, Indonesia, 1997

    Korean Air Lines B-747, Flight 801, Agana, Guam, 1997

    Comair EMB-120RT, Flight 3272, Monroe, Michigan, 1997

    United Express BE-1900, Flight 5925, Quincy, Illinois, 1996

    TWA B-747, Flight 800, off Long Island, New York, 1996

    Air Force CT-43A (civilian B-737), Dubrovnik, Croatia, 1996

    Birgenair B-757, Flight 301, off Dominican Republic, 1996

    ValuJet DC-9, Flight 592, Everglades, Florida, 1996

    Delta Airlines MD-88, Flight 1288, Pensacola, Florida, 1996

    American Airlines B-757, Flight 965, near Cali, Colombia, 1995

    Tower Air B-747, Flight 41, Jamaica, New York, 1995

    American Eagle BA-3201, Flight 3379, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1994

    American Eagle ATR-72, Flight 4184, Roselawn, Indiana, 1994

    USAir B-737, Flight 427, Alquippa, Pennsylvania, 1994

    USAir DC-9, Flight 1016, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1994

    Aeroflot A-310, Flight 593, Siberia, Russia, 1994

    El Al B-747, Cargo Flight, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1992

    USAir F-100, Flight 405, LaGuardia Airport, New York, 1992

    USAir B-737, Flight 1473, Los Angeles, California, 1991

    Northwest DC-9, Flight 1482, Detroit, Michigan, 1990

    Avianca B-707, Flight 52, Cove Neck, Long Island, 1990

    USAir B-737, Flight 5050, LaGuardia Airport, New York, 1989

    United Airlines DC-10, Flight 232, Sioux City, Iowa, 1989

    UTA DC-10, Flight 772, Sahara Desert, Niger, 1989

    United Airlines B-747, Flight 811, off Hawaii, 1988

    Pan American B-747, Flight 103, Lockerbie, Scotland, 1988

    Northwest Airlines DC-9, Flight 255, Detroit, Michigan, 1987

    Continental Airlines DC-9, Flight 1713, Denver, Colorado, 1987

    LOT Polish Airlines IL-62M, Flight 5055, Warsaw, Poland, 1987

    PSA BAE-146, Flight 1771, San Luis Obispo, California, 1987

    Pan American B-747, Flight 73, Karachi, Pakistan, 1986

    TWA B-727, Flight 840, Beirut, Lebanon, 1985

    Arrow Air DC-8, military charter, Gander, Newfoundland, 1985

    Delta Airlines L-1011, Flight 191, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas, 1985

    Eastern Airlines B-727, Flight 980, La Paz, Bolivia, 1985

    Korean Airlines B-747, Flight 007, Sea of Japan, 1983

    World Airways DC-10, Flight 30, Boston, Massachusetts, 1982

    Air Florida B-737, Flight 90, Washington, D.C., 1982

    Spantax Airlines, DC-10, Flight 995, Malaga, Spain, 1982

    LOT Polish Airlines IL-62M, Flight 7, Warsaw, Poland, 1980

    American Airlines DC-10, Flight 191, Chicago, Illinois, 1978

    Pan American B-747, KLM B-747, Tenerife, Canary Islands, 1977

    Southern Airways DC-9, Flight 242, New Hope, Georgia, 1977

    Eastern Airlines B-727, Flight 73, Queens, New York, 1975

    How many of those were staged?

    “Terrorism” a speciality
    After many years of litigation, we established liability against Libya’s national government for its role in the terrorist attack over Lockerbie, Scotland, and we recovered $10 million for each victim’s family. Kreindler is currently leading the fight to hold the alleged sponsors of al Qaeda liable for the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

    Good work if you can get it.

    PS briavnv noted that autopsies relating to Lockerbie were carried out by a William G Eckert [who shared the same name as Beverly Eckert of flight 3407]
    Eckert died in 1999, [allegedly]
    Dr. William G. Eckert, a forensic pathologist and consultant on several high-profile investigations — including the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy and the legendary slayings by Jack the Ripper — has died at age 73.

    er, right.


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