The Folks that Brought Us the 9/11 Aerial Attacks Are Back Again: Erin Brockovich's Successor Assassinated by a Bomb-Laden Drone Fighter Aircraft
From David L. Griscom :
Blogger's Note: I couldn't have written the article below any better myself, although from looking at post-explosion aerial photographs of San Bruno and comparing the crater to the size of the fire trucks, I make out the size of the crater to be about 20 by 50 feet, or 25 by 70 at most -- not the 26 by 167 feet quoted by the NTSB (why would they be involved if there wasn't an airplane?). For comparison, the F-18 captured in the photo [on right] 7 1/2 hours before the explosion had a wing span of 40 or 45 feet (depending an whether it was a C or E/F version).
This photo brings back a perhaps-20-year-old but still indelible memory of watching a twin-jet fighter, quite possibly an F-18 (with its landing gear down), in the southerly landing approach to National Airport (heading in the direction of the Pentagon) -- with a twin-rotary-engine transport plane (likely a C-123) just ahead and above it! In about a half hour they came back to do it again. I am totally convinced this was an early trial run for the Pentagon attack on 9/11/01. Now Ms. Hunt has captured on camera the same-day practice run for the San Bruno attack. The C-130 gunship would have been on hand to finish the job with 105 mm artillery shells in the event the pipeline failed rupture and catch fire when hit by the F-18 drone. Of course, the "Air Force One" type aircraft would have been a Boeing E-4 Advanced Airborne Command Post, just the same as was caught flying over the Pentagon on the morning of 9/11...
As for why anyone would want to murder Jacqueline Greig, my friend Paul Lehto ran down this info:
By Paul Lehto Jacqueline and Janessa Greig
Jacqueline Greig was "..a 17 year veteran with the Public Utilities Commission and specifically the lead of the natural gas section of analysts who devoted their careers to the statutory mission of the DRA (Division of Ratepayer Advocates) of minimizing costs to ratepayers consistent with good safety and consumer protection. Greig spent the summer analyzing the PG&E's [Pacific Gas & Energy] request for a $4.2 billion rate increase."
"In what I'd call very effective analysis, the DRA (especially Greig, as lead) pointed to so many unsubstantiated cost allegations, including inexplicable doubling of estimates after previously adjusting for wage inflation, that the DRA countered with a $1 billion over three years counter-proposal. That's a difference of $3.2 billion -- and gives PG&E approximately 3.2 billion reasons not to like Jacqueline Greig."
So why would elements of military become the "hit men" to protect the profits of a predatory company like PG&E? Well, Ike warned us about "the military industrial complex," didn't he?
San Bruno Explosion, September 9, 2010, 6:38PM
[Editor's Note: This video is a live news broadcast of the San Bruno fires following what most witnesses said was the sound of a plane engine (very close) that seemed to be "in toruble," followed by a loud and powerful explosion.
You will notice that all of the phone calls from eyewitnesses into the TV news station during this coverage repeatedly affirm that they heard the roar of a jet enginefollowed by an explosion. This is the key testimony that PROVES that this event could not have been caused by a natural gas line explosion because there would have been NO jet engine roaring sound BEFORE the explosion. Those who said they saw the tail of a plane saw the tail portion of a drone missile, perhaps a cruise missile, which they mistook to be a small "private jet". Those who reported hearing the engines "in trouble" heard the deceleration of the missile's engines as it approached its target zone.
The reporters anchoring the segment keep on refering to this event as a plane crash with appearance of "aviation fuel" burning until the last few seconds of the video clip when the on-site reporter, Ken Vassee (?), says that they got a message from the "duty manager af SFO (San Francisco Airport)" that they have no information that it was a plane crash and "just the opposite" that "they have no information any commerical flight that has gone down." And that would be accurate because it wasn't a plane that went down; it was a drone missile.
Once the "duty manager" of San Francisco Airport began to report that there were no planes missing or reports of any plane in trouble, then the push to convince the viewer that it was a "gas line" explosion went into high gear. You might notice that all the other youtube news video clips associated with this fire refer to the event as "San Bruno gas explosion." . . ...Ken Adachi]
Live local news coverage of a huge gas-line explosion in a residential neighborhood in San Bruno, California. Thursday, September, 9, 2010, 6:38PM.
Was San Bruno Explosion a Plane Crash?
September 27, 2010
by Sandra Hunt
A number of reports suggest that the "natural gas pipeline explosion" Sept. 9 that killed seven, injured 50 and leveled 40 homes in San Bruno CA may have involved a plane crash or a missile. If so, there is a massive cover-up taking place.
On 09-09-10 at 11:06 A.M. a huge jet, resembling Air force One flew over San Jose. At 11:29 A.M. an F-18 flew over, and at 12:46 P.M. an AC -130 gunship (with the side gun turrets) followed.
The F-18's engines were roaring like a freight train. The F-18 appeared to be carrying large fuel tanks and ordinance. Being shortly before 9-11, I thought, "here comes another false flag incident."
Above is a photo of the F-18 as it flew over. Below is a photo showing the ordinance these jets can carry. It is not unusual to see an F-18 fly overhead here. It is very unusual for them to be heavily laden with weapons. It had its landing gear down, as you can see, and was headed north (towards Moffett Federal air base, Travis Air Force base, and San Francisco). These are all within thirty miles of San Bruno, where the pipeline allegedly exploded.
I do not know where it was going or when it landed. It was in the area two days before 9-11, and 6 hours and 45 minutes before the explosion in San Bruno Sept 9. That is extremely "coincidental".
EYE WITNESSES REPORT PLANE CRASH
From eyewitness accounts, a jet was involved in the "gas pipeline explosion." I also spoke with a person going to a college by San Bruno and was told that many students were talking about the "plane crash" the next day.
A YouTuber identified it as a plane crash.
A TV news interview with a witness speaks of "a loud rumbling noise" in the air, and debris falling on roofs.
Here are two articles about a jet crashing.
"A plane crash has rocked San Bruno...A massive explosion on Skyline Boulevard in San Bruno, is burning out of control as of this report. The rising ball of fire can be seen from San Francisco.
......some witnesses say that it was a plane crash, while others report a gas station being the cause of the massive explosion. The Ball of flames emanating from the epicenter of the explosion is as high as 100 feet. A cloud of dark smoke is pouring from the top of the fire ball, which is common with jet fuel fires.
......Reports of a crashed plane are being examined as this report is being filed. However, the amount of fuel and the fact that the area in question is within the flight path of SFO, are leading many to believe it to be a plane crash.
......One witness claims to have heard the sound of a commercial jet engine, coming out of nowhere, shaking his home, and then the sound of an explosion.
......Mark Sinclair, a witness half a mile from the location, said he saw a private jet crash, after hitting the tree line.
......"It appears as if the affected area stretches three blocks in all directions from the point of impact. The fire is burning so hot that fire fighters are hard pressed to get to the fire's epicenter. An aviation expert has now confirmed that it is a plane crash, reported that the plane sounded as if it was having engine trouble."
Consumer Advocate Target of San Bruno "Explosion"?
Are US Citizens being attacked in their homes by Drones?
"What are the odds that Jacqueline Grieg, a whistle blower advocating for customers of PG&E, was at home in San Bruno at the epicenter of the "explosion" and died that day, along with her 13 year old daughter."
by Sandra Hunt
On September 9, 2010, a natural gas pipeline in San Bruno California exploded, killing 8 people, injuring dozens, and destroying over 38 homes. Multiple eyewitness accounts stated that the explosion resulted from a jet crash. To see extensive documentation and photos of that jet and the crash see the article "Was San Bruno Explosion a Plane Crash?"
What are the odds that Jacqueline Grieg, a whistle blower advocating for customers of PG&E, was at home in San Bruno at the epicenter of the "explosion" and died that day, along with her 13 year old daughter. She had previously exposed PG&E for proposing a cost for pipeline upgrades at a rate increase of $4.2 billion, which her research revealed was exaggerated by $3.2 billion. What are the odds of her house being "ground zero" for that blast?
This author has been following the pathetic cover-up ever since, knowing that sooner or later the reason (money) would become evident. David Griscom, Research Physicist at Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Washington, DC, from 1967-2001 writes in, "The Folks that Brought Us the 9/11 Aerial Attacks Are Back Again: Erin Brockovich's Successor Assassinated by a Bomb-Laden Drone Fighter Aircraft":
"As for why anyone would want to murder Jacqueline Greig, my friend Paul Lehto ran down this info: Jacqueline Greig was "..a 17 year veteran with the Public Utilities Commission and specifically the lead of the natural gas section of analysts who devoted their careers to the statutory mission of the DRA (Division of Ratepayer Advocates) of minimizing costs to ratepayers consistent with good safety and consumer protection. Greig spent the summer analyzing the PG&E's request for a $4.2 billion rate increase."
In what I'd call very effective analysis, the DRA (especially Greig, as lead) pointed to so many unsubstantiated cost allegations, including inexplicable doubling of estimates after previously adjusting for wage inflation, that the DRA countered with a $1 billion over three years counter-proposal. That's a difference of $3.2 billion -- and gives PG&E approximately 3.2 billion reasons not to like Jacqueline Greig."
So why would elements of military become the "hit men" to protect the profits of a predatory company like PG&E? Well, Ike warned us about "the military industrial complex," didn't he?"
Here is some more background on Jacqueline Greig:
"Two people at the Earl address closest to the explosion were among those killed: Jacqueline Greig, 44, and her 13-year-old daughter Janessa Greig. Greig worked for the California Public Utilities Commission, in a small unit that advocates for consumer rights pertaining to natural gas regulations. She had spent part of the summer evaluating PG&E's expansion plans and investment proposals to replace out-of-date pipelines."
"Jacqueline Grieg spent more than a decade working in a unit of the California Public Utilities Commission, where she advocated for customer safety and consumers who where unhappy with their bills.
"She lived right at the spot where it blew," commission President Michael Peevey told the Los Angeles Times. "She and a younger daughter were in the house. Her husband and the older daughter were at the daughter's school."
"She lived right at the spot where it blew," Peevey said. "She and a younger daughter were in the house. Her husband and the older daughter were at the daughter's school."
"The irony is that she worked in the gas section" of a division of the commission, Peevey said.
Greig worked for an independent branch of the commission called the Division of Ratepayer Advocates, which is tasked with taking the side of the utility customer in matters before the commission. The division provides input to regulators in defense of consumers.
Another pipeline "exploded"! Were these victims also targeted?
The following quotes were taken from the article "5 dead after massive Pa. gas blast"
"As for the possibility that the freezing weather caused a pipe to rupture, Swope said: "In the winter, there's always the concern about the freezing-thawing cycle, but seeing that we just ran the leak survey less than 48 hours before the incident, that doesn't appear to be a cause."
"The gas main in that area was under comparatively low pressure," she said."There was no odor, there was no smell. Then it was like all hell broke loose."
"Images from NBC station WCAU showed flames reaching hundreds of the feet into the air from the scene of the blast. The explosion was so powerful it was felt nine miles away in Bethlehem, Pa."
"I thought we were under attack," he said in a shelter with about 250 other evacuees a few hours after the explosion.
"Another onlooker near the scene of the fire, Leonard Hein, said the blast sounded like a military rocket. I thought I was back in Vietnam," he told the Morning Call."
"Wednesday night, occurred in an area where the underground gas main lacked shut-off valves."
The common theme seems to be remote controlled shut off valves (for Martial law or forced rolling blackouts?) and pipeline replacement. Of course all these explosions will justify the billions of dollars of rate hikes to be dumped onto consumers, which the San Bruno Rate Payer advocate Jacqueline Grieg exposed PG&E for, prior to her being taken out by an F-18 (?) on the 09-09-10 San Bruno Explosion. Can't make an omlet without breaking some eggs, as Daddy Bush liked to say.
Myth Busters has demonstrated that compressed natural gas does not explode without explosives or added accelerants as such as oxygen. (See below.)
Expect to see more "spontaneous" explosions, as well as a myriad of new laws and regulations, not to mention sky rocketing "natural gas" prices.
Next it will be "Al Queda" did it, and new draconian laws will be added to the Nazi Patriot Act and Homeland Security enforcers (SS). As Rahm Emmanuel said, never let a good tragedy go to waste.
Also, see the following article on another attack on America's power supplies as Obama's Chinese, Energy "czar " Steven Chu, has launched the next phase of the White House's publicly stated agenda to bankrupt the coal industry via EPA regulations after announcing the prospect of "massive" coal plant closures, even as Texas and other states suffer rolling blackouts as a result of maxed-out power plants that cannot cope with demand.
First they created a fake gasoline shortage and raped America at the gas pumps. Now they're going to rape you again in your home! Business as usual! (Got a smart gas meter installed in YOUR home yet?).
Here is proof from the television show "Mythbusters" that compressed, natural gas does not explode without explosives, which are necessary to detonate and ignite it! (unless concentrated oxygen is combined with it, which is NOT the case in natural gas pipelines).
The crash site was locked down, treated as a hazardous waste, crime scene, and quarantined immediately. Residents were only allowed to go through their neighborhoods in buses escorted by police and were not allowed to exit the bus.
Ten 55-gallon-drums containing "hazardous material" were immediately removed from the scene.
There appears to be a massive cover up here. I am watching where this is going on a daily basis and trying to "follow the money and politics' to figure out what the possible goal(s) may be. There is so much media "fear mongering" about which pipeline is going to blow up next, like the fear they promoted on 9-11 to pass draconian legislation already prepared (Patriot Act). Perhaps the big gas conglomerates want to scare the taxpayers into paying for new gas lines so they pocket the savings.
Calif. neighbors survey ruins of blasted hillside (AP)-- "Meanwhile, federal investigators were probing how the gas line was able to rupture, blowing a segment of pipe 28 feet long onto the street some 100 feet away and creating a crater 167 feet long and 26 feet wide."
......"Investigators believed they had collected all the sections needed to reconstruct the metal pipeline but asked that anyone who found metal fragments in the blast area contact the NTSB."
Notice that the NTSB is involved! The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is an Independent federal agency charged by Congress with investigating every civil aviation accident in the U.S. www.ntsb.gov
Why would they be involved if there had been no jet crash? And why would the "pipeline" be sent to Washington? Why would they ask "that anyone who found metal fragments in the blast area contact the NTSB" if it were only a gas line explosion?
"The commission also plans to appoint an independent expert panel to help with their investigation. Crews Monday prepared to ship to Washington a crate containing the 28-foot section of ruptured natural gas pipeline that was blown out of the ground. Also being shipped were two 10-foot sections of pipe removed from the crater Sunday from either side of where the ruptured section had been.
.......Investigators believed they had collected all the sections needed to reconstruct the metal pipeline but asked that anyone who found metal fragments in the blast area contact the NTSB."
28 ft. + 10 ft. + 10 ft. = 48 feet of pipe. If the crater was 167 ft. long that would leave 119 feet of the pipeline unaccounted for, whereas "Investigators believed they had collected all the sections needed to reconstruct the metal pipeline".
Why would the NTSB ask "that anyone who found metal fragments in the blast area contact the NTSB" if it was simply an old, corroded pipeline? There are plenty of laboratories with metallurgists that could analyze the pipe right here in Silicon Valley (Lockheed, Nasa-Ames Lab, Lawrence Livermore Lab. etc,). On the other hand, if parts of an aircraft or military ordnance were found, they certainly would want to confiscate those items.
Why would the NTSB ship the three recovered pieces to Washington if it were simply a corroded pipeline. The dimensions of an F-18 fighter jet are 56 ft long, 37.5 ft. wide, and 15.25 feet in height. Could the remains of a crashed F-18 be what is being shipped to Washington (Pentagon?) for analysis. F-18's have crashed in California before, and many were recalled due to stress fractures.
F-18 Fighter Jet's Crash in San Diego, CA on December 8, 2008 kills three can be seen at:
Also, the Crash of "Flying Tiger Line" Flight #282 occurred in San Bruno in 1964 and many of the details sound strikingly familiar to the recent event.
These are just pieces to be considered in the puzzle. I can't say the jet was involved. However there is a tremendous amount of suspicious activity and cover-up regarding this explosion, the quarantine, the hazardous clean-up, NTSB, FBI anti-terrorist team, pieces being shipped to Washington, etc.
This seems to me to be one of the most credible possibilities I can see, after studying many different articles on the event. Hopefully more people will come up with more details until the truth is uncovered. Perhaps someone out there has some more video to help clear this up. Everyone has cell phone cameras these days, and it is quite possible someone else got some footage of what happened.
Here are some related articles;
"San Bruno fire debris a health and environmental hazard"
"The scene at ground zero after the explosion"
The term "ground zero" refers to the point of detonation of a nuclear device. Could a bunker-buster or mini-nuke have been detonated?
San Bruno fire - residents tell how it started:
"Henry Sanchez was driving home from his three kids' back-to-school night at a nearby school when he approached the intersection of Claremont and Glenview.
He looked through the windshield where just a few bl9*-ocks ahead of him a flash of flame crossed the sky, followed by a deafening explosion."
"Jerry Guernsey had spent the day working on his '57 Chevy on Concord Way, just blocks from the impact, where he's lived for 25 years. He'd fired up the barbecue in his backyard when it sounded like a jetliner had dropped from the sky. "But the noise just kept going," he said."
Justin Berton, Marisa Lagos, John Wildermuth, Chronicle Staff Writers
Friday, September 10, 2010
Lance Iversen / The Chronicle
[You'll notice how the writers of this article, from their computer keyboards, inform the local residents who witnessed the event that they were wrong, "it wasn't" a plane they are told..Ken]
Neighborhood residents seek vantage points to watch as the massive inferno consumes dozens of homes.
Neighborhood residents seek vantage points to watch as th...On Claremont Street, firemen tried to contain the fire. A...A fire crew from Daly City watched and fought the fire in... View All
They all thought it was an airplane.
Freddy Tobar was upstairs in his kitchen getting ready to feed his Chihuahua Chiquita, when he heard popping sounds from under the ground and felt the house shaking.
He looked outside and saw his backyard crumble into the earth. Trees disintegrated into flames.
His first thought was to run outside, but the door was already melting. He pushed through, burned his hands and with his dog in one arm, ran outside with his cell phone and called his wife, Nora Orozco-Tobar.
He screamed, "I'm burning! I'm burning."
He kept running through the streets and yelling for help, but no one stopped - others were fleeing, too - until his wife picked him up at Cherry Lane and drove him to Kaiser in South San Francisco.
The quiet neighborhood of tidy homes called Claremont is tucked in a canyon in San Bruno. It burst into flames in an instant shortly after 6 p.m. Thursday. Residents, many of whom have lived there for decades, know the familiar sound of jetliners from nearby San Francisco International Airport overhead, and they just figured this was the day - the day one of them fell from the sky.
Julio Locon, 50, was at home on Concord Way with his sister-in-law and her daughter, recovering from a minor surgery he underwent Wednesday when the blast occurred a block away on Claremont Drive.
When the family rushed outside, a wall of flame surged toward them.
Locon dropped to his knees. "I said, 'Please God, save me,' and at that moment the heat went away."
Henry Sanchez was driving home from his three kids' back-to-school night at a nearby school when he approached the intersection of Claremont and Glenview.
He looked through the windshield where just a few blocks ahead of him a flash of flame crossed the sky, followed by a deafening explosion.
His three kids were at home doing homework - and located directly on the other side of the fireball, which seemed to reach 100 feet into the sky.
He took back roads to avoid the geyser of fire, and found his kids outside on the street.
"They were terrified," he said.
Jerry Guernsey had spent the day working on his '57 Chevy on Concord Way, just blocks from the impact, where he's lived for 25 years. He'd fired up the barbecue in his backyard when it sounded like a jetliner had dropped from the sky. "But the noise just kept going," he said.
Inside the house, his wife, Carole, looked outside where a great fireball rose into the air.
"When I walked outside," she said, "I could feel the heat."
Frankie Serressegue was with his wife Judy, and their three cats at their home on Plymouth Drive.
"I opened my door and saw a huge fireball," he said. It appeared to wipe out eight houses immediately.
Julio Barajas, 34, who lives on Maple Avenue in San Bruno, was watering his lawn when he felt a vibration and immense shaking.
He saw a fireball rising about a mile from his home and promptly grabbed his children, ages 10, 8, 7 and 3, put them in the family van and drove away.
When he returned an hour later, the whole neighborhood was covered in ash, Barajas said.
Dana Coffin, another resident on Concord Way, has lived there 42 years.
"I pray to God I have a house to get back to."
Chronicle staff writers Demian Bulwa, Kristen Go and Carolyn Jones contributed to this story.
E-mail Justin Berton at email@example.com.
This article appeared on page A - 15 of the San Francisco Chronicle
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GALLERY: Explosion and aftermath
1 dead, 53 homes destroyed in California fire
By TREVOR HUNNICUTT (AP) SAN BRUNO, Calif.
"Jane Porcelli, 62, said she lives on a hill above where the fire was centered. She said she thought she heard a plane overhead with a struggling engine. "And then you heard this bang. And everything shook except the floor, so we knew it wasn't an earthquake," Porcelli said. "I feel helpless that I can't do anything. I just gotta sit by and watch."
Stephanie Mullen, Associated Press news editor for photos based in San Francisco, was attending children's soccer practice with her two children and husband at Crestmoor High School when she saw the blast at 6:14 p.m.
"First, it was a low deep roar and everybody looked up, and we all knew something big was happening," she said. "Then there was a huge explosion with a ball of fire that went up behind the high school several thousand feet into the sky."
" Conflicting reports are coming into KPIX as to the cause of the explosion. Some witnesses say that it was a plane crash, while others report a gas station being the cause of the massive explosion. The Ball of flames emanating from the epicenter of the explosion is as high as 100 feet. A cloud of dark smoke is pouring from the top of the fire ball, which is common with jet fuel fires."
"The area contains hundreds of homes as well as a community college. Reports of a crashed plane are being examined as this report is being filed. However, the amount of fuel and the fact that the area in question is within the flight path of SFO, are leading many to believe it to be a plane crash."
"One witness claims to have heard the sound of a commercial jet engine, coming out of nowhere, shaking his home, and then the sound of an explosion. Still no confirmation of a plane crash has been announced. However, it is not confirmed that a plane has crashed in a populated area of San Bruno.
"Another witness, at a nearby Shopping center, reports constant flames rising as high as 100 feet. Internet reports are claiming that a plane has crashed. However, no official information has been released regarding this claim.
Mark Sinclair, a witness half a mile from the location, said he saw a private jet crash, after hitting the tree line. Sinclair said he was concerned about being on the flight path of planes coming into and leaving SFO.
Important to note about this catastrophe is that within 1 hour of the still unidentified plane being shot down, American authorities ordered a "news blackout" of the true events surrounding this massive explosion and have, instead, directed their propaganda media organs to blame it on a gas line break, without, of course, mentioning that, according to the Pacific Gas & Electric Company's own website showing where all of its gas lines are located, none of them that are able to cause such destruction come even close to the area hit.
San Bruno Plane Crash or Explosion?
Be sure to watch the bottom you tube video! Looks like a plane crash to me (just about what I would expect to see from an F-18 size crash)
"San Bruno pipeline blast responders suspected jet crash or terrorists"
Posted by éminence grise at 10:30 AM
Labels: connell plane crash, F-18, gas pipeline explosion, institutional terrorism, Jacqueline Greig, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Bruno
Check out this live broadcast where they clearly talk about it being witnessed by many as a plane crash. Even the helicopter pilot and reporter are describing the fire as "jet fuel". THis is by far the best vid of the incident that I've found. You should post it on your article...
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