"Stolen Airplane" crash, August 12, 2018

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"Stolen Airplane" crash, August 12, 2018

Unread post by hoi.polloi » Tue Aug 14, 2018 1:39 am

As Simon and I were relaxing in a dive bar, this amazing story came on the television, depicting an airplane flying through a red sky. It then proceeded to quote what apparently was the pilot, saying how he was (to paraphrase) just kinda weird.

The articles about this story say what, apparently, is the point of the news spin on the whole incident (if it happened or not).

"Stolen plane crash: Official says security protocols worked correctly"
"A stolen plane, a devastated family and a nation"
https://www.cnn.com/2018/08/12/us/seatt ... sh-rubble/

"Man Who Flew Stolen Plane Could Have Learned via Flight Simulator"
https://variety.com/2018/gaming/news/st ... 202903192/

"Horizon Air unclear how employee Richard Russell flew stolen plane"
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/13/alaska- ... plane.html

The video looked somewhat realistic, but then so do video games these days and it was virtually little more than a darkly lit plane against a pretty backdrop. The fact of the existence of the video seems odd but I suppose the official story is that the plane was noticed flying low and oddly and so someone would have attempted to shoot it with a phone camera.

Is there any reason to believe this story? And what is the psychological effect of it anyway?

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Re: "Stolen Airplane" crash, August 12, 2018

Unread post by sublimity » Tue Aug 14, 2018 8:43 pm

The fact that this is a month before the anniversary of 9/11, makes me feel they are trying to retroactively legitimize the untrained hijackers meme. 'Hey, if this kid can sneak into a plane, take off, and fly loop-d-loop, then the terrorists could've easily hijacked and flown jets straight into their targets'. A Q-400 is difficult to fly and easy to stall. It isn't just advancing the throttle forward, there's prop RPM, fuel/air mixture, flaps, trim. They want us to believe a ground worker just steals it and pulls those maneuvers off, banking so steeply, it would over-stress the air frame, because he plays video games? :blink:

Apparently, they had no issues getting F-15's in the air to intercept a twin engine turboprop, which is difficult to see on radar, but they just couldn't seem to track the flights on 911.

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