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The August 20, 2008 Spanair Madrid Crash:
Was it Really an Accident?

By Ken Adachi, Editor
http://educate-yourself.org/lte/spainaircrash10sep08.shtml
September 10, 2008

The August 20, 2008 Spanair Madrid Crash: Was it Really an Accident? (Sep. 13, 2008)

Subject: Spanair Crash
From: Sandy
Date: Wed, September 10, 2008
To: Ken Adachi, Editor

Spanair takeoffA person I know who has a doppelganger that occasionally shows up and delivers messages to people as they drift off to sleep, had another appearance (the first in about ten years) with a very short message:

"Someone who was on that plane, who died, has resulted in a major change to the future."

Look at the official expressions of regret: President and Premier of China, Prime Minister of Germany, the Queen of England, GW Bush and others.

Sandy

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Hi Sandy,

Plane crashes that occur on takeoff in clear weather are more likely a result of a directed energy weapon aimed at the airplane, rather than mechanical failure. Someboby wanted to have one or more persons on that plane killed and a plane crash is an easy cover.

Spanair crash August 20, 2008 Madrid, SpainA number of DC-10s made by McDonnell-Douglas experienced "inexplicable" crashes between 1974 and 1980. Those planes came down because ultrasonic beam weapons were aimed at them (from the ground) that caused internal structural weakening that the plane's normal vibration completed and the plane went down. The first "test" crash was a Turkish DC-10 on March 3, 1974 flying out of Paris Orly Airport. The Nazi International, for which Otto Skorzeny worked, was blackmailing McDonnell-Douglas to NOT have their planes crash "accidentally" (although the blackmail wasn't stated that bluntly by the "Organization"), however, a congressional investigation of the aircraft industry around 1976 brought a halt to the payoffs and McDonnell-Douglas crashes occured periodically until the payoffs could be "re-normalized". This info was reported on pages 282 - 284 - 286 of an out-of-print book written by Jim Kieth called Secret & Suppressed. A copy of the chapter titled "Exposing The Nazi International" was sent to me by someone who wanted to help me discover more information about Otto Skorzeny. I plan to post more details in another article.

It's not news to anyone that John Kennedy Jr's plane was sabotaged, as was Sen Wellstone's, and even Hale Boogs plane some years ago. TWA 800 went down after takeoff from JFK airport on July 17, 1996. While many suspected a bomb or missle hit, the ultrasonic beam weapon makes more sense to me as it leaves no traces of evidence and it had a proven track record for effectiveness. The Pan Am Flight 103 plane crash over Lockerbee, Scotland, likely due to an on-board bomb, was a covert NSA/CIA/Mossad/MI6 intelligence operation to eliminate certain persons and possible incriminating evidence being carried by those persons. It was certainly not caused by two Libyans that the government hung the crime on. They were the chosen patsies.

Crashed Spanair Flight Aug 20 2008Staged suicides and engineered plane crashes seem to be the two most common methods of covertly killing off undesired people without raising a ruckus with the public or cries for an investigation. Staged events often serve multiple purposes. For example, making a killing on the stock market with Put options, eliminating incriminating files, paperwork, annoying individuals, and stealing gold from below the World Trade Centers were all part of the 9-11 false flag operation, in addition to the main propaganda goal of getting the 'War on Terror' underway for Big Brother.

I've included a list of the killed passengeners aboard Spanair Flight JK5022 which crashed on August 20, 2008 at Madrid's Barajas Airport. I've highlighted in bold type the names which do not appear to be Spanish to me. I suspect that one or more of these non-Spaniards was the intended target, but that's just a guess on my part. Perhaps psychics or dowsers reading this article will take a look at the names on the list and see what they come up with. You can always send snail mail if you are concerned about sending e-mail.

I believe the correct count for passengers was 162 and 10 crew members totalling 172 on board. The list of people who were killed totaled 160, so apparently, 12 people survived.

Regards, Ken <Editor>

Update Sep 16, 2008: Someone sent me an e-mail with the article below that indicates that there were 164 passengers and 9 crew members aboard the flight. This conflicts with the earlier Spanair statement of 162 passengers and 10 crew members. The earliest report said there was a total of 173 aboard, and then a later report said a total of 172, which I assumed was the correct total. Now we're back to 173, but one less crew member than originally reported. It seems a little odd that they would make such a mistake.

http://www.docstoc.com/docs/1064272/Spanair-Press-release-Regarding-flight-number-JK5022

Spanair Press release Regarding flight number JK5022 Spanair regrets to confirm that 164 passengers and 9 crew were on board its flight JK5022, which was involved in an accident in Madrid today. The accident occurred at 14:45 local time during take off, aircraft type MD-82. The names of the passengers and crew on board the aircraft will not be released until all next-of-kin has been notified, and a special help-line number has been established for relatives and friends seeking information about those who may have been on board. The number is +34 800 400 200

. A team of specially trained Spanair personnel is being assembled in Palma de Majorca, and will fly to Madrid later today to provide support and assistance at the scene. Information on the number of people involved is not yet available, but Spanair is doing everything possible to help the Spanish authorities at this difficult time. Spanair will provide further information as soon as it becomes available and will hold a press conference at Meliá Avenida de América hotel in Madrid at 18:00 local time.

Note to Editors: we ask journalists to contact the media information centre that has been specially established to provide you with updated information. The number is +34 91 625 87 03 . Please do not call the passenger help line. Friends & Relatives phone only: +34 800 400 200

Media only: +34 9 1 625 87 03

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http://www.docstoc.com/docs/1078324/Spain-says-86-plane-crash-victims-identified-so-far

Spain says 86 plane crash victims identified

MADRID, Spain:

Spain's interior minister said Monday that 86 of the 154 people killed in last week's plane crash in Madrid have been identified and most of the remaining cases should be resolved in a matter of days. "We are working day and night," Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba told Cadena Ser radio. Many of the bodies of the victims of Wednesday's crash of a Spanair MD-82 were burned beyond recognition and forensic teams are using DNA samples to identify them. The minister said the process is taking longer than expected because of the poor condition of some sets of remains and difficulty in obtaining DNA samples from relatives of foreigners who died in the disaster. One of the victims was a foreign child adopted from a different country. Because of these problems, the minister said he could not guarantee that every body will be identified. Rubalcaba said the identification process is being carried out meticulously, addressing fears of some families that errors might be committed. This is an issue in Spain because in May 2003, 62 Spanish peacekeepers returning home from Afghanistan died when their Russian-built YAK-42 plane crashed in Turkey and mistakes were made in identifying many of the bodies. Some families were given the wrong remains. The newspaper El Pais, quoting sources close to the crash investigation, said it is focusing on the possibility that the Spanair jet lacked proper engine power as it tried to take off. The plane struggled to get airborne, veered to the right and crashed, burning and largely disintegrating. El Pais said airport video of the takeoff shows that the plane used up much more of the runway than it normally should as it tried to take off for the Canary Islands, which suggested insufficient thrust. The Development Ministry, which handles civil aviation in Spain, did not return a call seeking comment on the newspaper report. One of the 18 survivors of the crash, Colombian-born Spaniard Ligia Palomino Riveros, told The Associated Press over the weekend that the plane struggled to pick up speed on the runway and was still flying very low when its right wing dipped. The plane then started "wobbling" and it plunged to the ground, she said.

(reader comments follow the list of passengers who died)

K. Adachi
PO Box 3046
Costa Mesa, CA 92628


http://news.aol.co.uk/photo-gallery-spain-aircrash/gallery/4256?photo=1

Spanair jet crashed

Ambulances and rescue workers gather near the site where a Spanair jet crashed on takeoff at Madrid airport on Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2008. A Spanish airliner carrying 173 people bound for the Canary Islands crashed and caught fire while trying to take off from Madrid's Barajas airport. At least 45 people were killed, the Interior Ministry said. There were fears the death toll could rise, with some Spanish media reporting more than 100 dead.

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http://www.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/europe/08/20/plane.crash.madrid.more/index.html

updated 2:19 p.m. EDT, Wed August 20, 2008

Plane in Madrid crash a 'workhorse'

CNN) -- The MD-82 model plane which crashed in Madrid Wednesday killing 'most' of the 172 people onboard has been the workhorse of many U.S. carriers for years, CNN Aviation Correspondent Richard Quest says. Quest said the MD-80 series was a medium-sized, twin-engined plane with a center aisle and was favored by U.S. airlines. He said the crashed plane was mostly likely built in 1993 and joined the Spanair fleet in 1999. It was not considered old for such a model, of which about 1,200 had been built in the series.

Spanair Passenger List - Flight Crashed August 20 2008 Flight: JK5022 Plane: Boeing MD 82

Madrid, Spain Barajas Airport

ROUTE MADLPA

List of passengers who died on JK5022

http://www.docstoc.com/docs/1064421/Latest-Press-Release-regarding-the-accident-Spanair-flight-number-JK-5022-on-the-route-Madrid-Including-Passenger-List

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1. ACOSTAMENDIOLA/ALFREDO JESUS

2. ACOSTASIERRA/ALFREDO ALFONSO

3. AFONSOMARRERO/PEDRO PABLO

4. AFONSOSOSA/JORGE

5. AFONSOSOSA/MIGUEL

6. ALCAZAR/MARIA DE LAS NIEVES

7. ALCAZARASENSIO/INMACULADA

8. ALCAZARJIMENEZ/JOSE

9. ALONSOALONSO/JOSE

10. ALONSOFILLOY/AMALIA

11. ALONSOFILLOY/MARIA

12. ALVARADO/OSCAR GABRIEL

13. ALVARADO/ROBERTO

14. ALVARADO/ROBERTO ALEXANDRE

15. ALVAREZCARRETERO/MARIA

16. ALVAREZCARRETERO/ROBERTO

17. ANDRACAGOLZARRI/BEGONIA

18. ANDRAKAGOLZARRI/ISABEL

19. ASENSIOCHAVES/MARIA VICTORIA

20. BACHO/MUKESHMANI

21. BARBOSARAMIREZ/ELSA

22. BERNAOLAITURBE/MIGUEL

23. BETANCORSANCHEZ/VERONICA

24. BORGE/ESPERANZA

25. CABALLERO/DAVID

26. CARPINTERORUIZ/ANGELES

27. CELISDIBOWSKY/YANINA

28. CHARILAS/PIERRICK

29. CHARILAS/ETHAN

30. CIPRIAN/CARMEN

31. CONEJO/SARA

32. CONTRERASBAEZA/MARIA GEMA

33. CORTESCABRERO/NIEVES

34. DELARIVA/SERGIO

35. DELGADOESTEVEZ/LIDIA

36. DELGADOCORCOBADO/CARLOS

37. DIAWARA/DEMBA

38. DIAZGONZALEZ/CLARA

39. DIAZMENDOZA/MARIA DEL PINO

40. DIEPALEON/MONICA

41. DOMINGUEZPEREZ/ISABEL

42. DOMIGUEZORTIZ/CRISTINA

43. DOMINGUEZ/ISAAC + INF

44. DOMINGUEZMELIAN/ALICIA

45. DOMINGUEZMELIAN/ARACELI

46. ERDIL/MUSTAFA

47. ESTEBANCONTRERAS/LAIA

48. ESTEVEZGONZALEZ/MARIA LUISA

49. FALCONDENIZ/AYOZE JAVIER

50. FERNANDEZ/JULIANA

51. FERRONOLMEDO/FERNANDO

52. FILLOYSEGOVIA/AMALIA

53. FLORESGARCIA/ANA GEMA

54. FLORESGARCIA/JOSE PABLO

55. FONTRODRIGUEZ/MARIA JESUS

56. FORTANNERNOU/MA DEL CARMEN SOFIA

57. GALLARDO/TAMARA

58. GALLEGOORTEGA/ANA

59. GALLEGOORTEGA/CRISTINA

60. GARCIAHERNANDEZ/CARLOS

61. GARCIAFERNANDEZ/MARIA RESURRECCION

62. GARCIAHERNANDEZ/ELENA

63. GARCIAMARTIN/LAUDENCIO

64. GARCIADELCARPIOROMERO/JOSE MANUEL

65. GARCIASANCHEZ/ANTONIO

66. GARCIA/MARIANO

67. GOMESSILVA/RONALDO

68. GOMEZ/CECILIA

69. GONZALEZCABANAS/MARIA LORETO

70. GONZALEZDIAZ/PEDROANGEL

71. GONZALEZFERREIRA/PIL

72. HERNANDEZ/ABENAUARA

73. HERNANGOMEZ/PEDRO

74. HERNANDEZ/ZENAIDA DEL PINO

75. HERNANDEZ/SIOMARA + INF.

76. HERNANDEZ TANAUSU

77. HERNANDEZGIL/MARCO

78. HERNANDEZGUEDES/LUCRECIA

79. HERNANDEZMARTIN/MARIA TERESA

80. HERRAEZNOGUERAS/CARLOS

81. HULT/ANNMARIE

82. IBANEZSANCHEZ/BETSABE

83. JULIHENRIQ/AGUSTIN

84. JULIHENRIQ/MANUEL

85. LOPEZDUQUE/PILAR

86. MARQUEZVALLE/PILAR

87. MARTEL/MANUEL

88. MARTIN/MONICA

89. MARTINCONSUEGRAPENA/CRISTINA

90. MARTINEZCONDE/MERCEDES

91. MARTINDOMINGUEZ/CRISTIAN

92. MARTINPEREZ/MANUEL

93. MENDIOLARODRIGUEZ/GREGORIA

94. MENDOZAMARCIAL/ANGEL JOSE

95. MOLINORODRIGUEZ/TELESFORO

96. MORALES/MA TERESA

97. MORENOPEREZ/RAFAEL

98. MORILLOPEREZ/PATRICIA

99. MROTZEK/CLAUDIA

100. MROTZEK/GERD

101. MROTZEK/LUCAS

102. MROTZEK/NIKLAS

103. MURIANALOPEZ/JUAN

104. MURIANAMARTINEZ/MERCEDES

105. NARANJO/JORGE

106. NARANJO/JORGE

107. NARANJO/RAQUEL

108. NODAPENA/FAYNA ELIZABETH

109. NORIEGAREY/SERGIO

110. NORIEGAREY/VICTOR

111. NORIEGARICO/MARIO

112. NUNEZ/FRANCISCO JAVIER

113. NUNEZ/MARIA

114. NUNEZPIRETTI/EUGENIA

115. NUNEZPIRETTI/JORGE

116. OJEDAPEREZ/CLAUDIO MANUEL

117. ORTEGA/LEANDRO

118. ORTEGASANCHEZ/M CARMEN

119. ORTEGADELACRUZ/GABRIEL

120. OSPINA/GLADYS

121. PALOMINORIVEROS/LIGIA

122. PAYERAS/DANIEL

123. PEREZDEOBANOSLISO/JOSE JOAQUIN

124. PLACERESPEREZ/INES

125. PRADOS/BALDOMERO

126. PRADOS/IGNACIO

127. PRADOS/JOSE FRANCISCO

128. PUYECEESAY/MUSTAPHA PAGANNA

129. PUYEFORTANER/SIRA

130. RAMIREZGONZALEZ/MARIA LOURDES

131. RAMIREZRODRIGUEZ/JOSE

132. REITZSAAVEDRA/ESTHER MARIA

133. REYESOJEDA/MARIA BEATRIZ

134. REYMURILLO/MARIA LUISA

135. RISO/DOMENICO

136. RIVEROSUAREZ/RAYCO

137. ROBAINASUAREZ/JOSE VICENTE

138. RODRIGUEZDAVILA/HONORIO

139. ROJOROSA/M CARMEN

140. RONDONUWU/NGUNI TOKA

141. SANCHEZ/PABLO ENRIQUE

142. SANCHEZBERNAL/TOMAS

143. SANCHEZORTIZ/MARIA DEL CARMEN

144. SANCHEZPEREZ/RUBEN DANIEL

145. SANGRADOR/JORGE

146. SANTANACASTILLO/CARMEN ISABEL

147. SANTANAMATEO/RUBEN

148. SOSAHERNANDEZ/MARIA DEL CARMEN

149. STANIMIROVA/ANTOANET

150. STEFANIDES/ANNA MAIJA

151. SUAREZESTEVEZ/JAVIER SEBASTIAN

152. TATEPEREZ/KIM YVONNE

153. VALLEJOJUNCO/M DEL CARMEN

154. VALLESMARCOS/FRANCISCO JAVIER

155. VERANESPEREIRA/ANAM

156. VILLANUEVAMARTIN/ALEJANDRO

157. VILLANUEVASANTANA/ALEJANDRO

158. VILLANUEVASANTANA/DARA

159. VILLANUEVASANTANA/KEILA

160. VIDALRODRIGUEZ/RAFAEL


Comments

----- Original Message -----
From: Greg
To: Editor
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2008
Subject: Were you aware...

Ken,

Not for nothing, but were you aware that I live 15 miles from Senator Wellstones crash site? I met the man (and his wife) in '93 or 94 when he had a meeting with tenants like me (at the time) on section 8 housing. There were 5 or 6 of us that showed up. I can't imagine another senator who would take a meeting with the likes of us. I'm sure no other ever will. When his plane went down, I was not as far into my "education" that I am now, but I knew he was killed.

The shock is that I have never heard one "conspiracy theory" about it. He was the most obvious target that could be. You are the first person that I have heard mention even the "possibility" of it and I live in the damn state it happened, that he represented, and 15 miles from the murder. It is a memorial site now but how far does that fall from helping?

Greg

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----- Original Message -----
From: Earl
To: Editor
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2008
Subject: DC-10 airliners

Dear Ken Adachi,

OhhhhhhhhhhGotya. I would bet Wichita's last airplane that DC-10's Were made by McDonnell Douglass. I check
out educate-yourself frequently and appreciate all you do.

Earl Haskins, Wichita, Ks

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Hi Earl,

I checked the story. You're right. The shakedown was of McDonnell-Douglas, not Boeing.

Thanks, I'll fix it

Ken


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