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Updated Mystery Missile fiasco

Oxnard : CA : USA | Nov 23, 2010 at 4:35 PM PST
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China Fired Missile Seen In Southern California?

And the beat goes on……..

Now it’s time for the heavyweights with creditability to check in in the “Mystery Missile. The major media continues to block out any reports of investigation so the net becomes the proving ground again for factual America. The cast of players is becoming noteworthy also. Lets take them one at a time starting with;

JUM CASH BRIG, GEN. USAF, RET

The General reported to worldviewweekend.com some interesting facts. He started with his background.

During the late eighties I was assigned to NORAD, as a Command Director initially and later as the assistant Director of Operations for NORAD. The NORAD operation was located inside the Cheyenne Mountain complex just outside Colorado Springs, Colorado. Twenty four hours a day a team of approximately 150 highly trained individuals, lead by a Brigadier General, monitored one of the most sophticated computer systems in the world. This system was fed data from many different sensors that were able to detect missile shots from any point on the globe. All this data was taken into consideration when making the "assessment" as whether or not North America and/or Canada were threatened by such a launch. If the launch was assessed as a true threat, the President was contacted immediately by NORAD through a military individual always close to the President who carried what we called, "the football", a black brief case with release codes for our nuclear forces. I know the system well, as for near three years I led one of those teams.In addition, for over 25 years, I flew US Air Force fighters to include the F-106, F-4, F-15, F-16, and commanded an F-15 Squadron and an F-16 Wing. The sole purpose of the F-106 assignment was to maintain an ability to become airborne in minutes to intercept inbound bombers posing a threat to the US mainland. Untold hours were spent studying and being tested on visually identifying an air-to-air threat to include its type and threat potential. I understand the difference in an aircraft contrail and a missile launch contrail.

THE GENERAL CLEARLY STATES HIS CONCLUSION BASED ON HIS EXPERIENCE;

In my opinion there is absolutely no doubt that what was captured on video off the coast of California was a missile launch, was clearly observed by NORAD, assessed by a four-star General in minutes, and passed to the President immediately. That is the way the system works, and heads fall if there is a failure. This is one of the most important tenets of National Defense and its sole purpose of protecting the American people. Even the smallest failure in this system gets intense scrutiny at the highest level.

WAYNE MADSEN FORMER NSA OFFICER AND NDAC EXEC.

Madsen, a former naval officer who has worked at the National Security Agency and the Naval Data Automation Command, said the inability to pick up what he described as a Chinese Jin-class submarine-launched ballistic missile isn't the first time U.S. Navy anti-submarine warfare sensors have failed. Madsen, who today is an investigative journalist, said the Pentagon is working "overtime with the media and on the Internet to cover up the latest debacle. However, even some reporters who cover the Pentagon full-time are beginning to question the Pentagon's version of events ... over the skies west of Los Angeles."

DR. LYLE J RAPACKI OF SENTINEL INTELLIGENCE SERVICES ( Google this guy and look at his creds!!) Rapacki said the contrail incident off the Los Angeles coast is "fraught with peril" due to the defense systems and protocols in place that should have detected the alleged submarine.

"The decision to officially announce that North America was not threatened," he said, "and all the excitement was due to an aircraft leaving a contrail is a decision that reaches beyond the four-star general level and goes directly to a decision made by the commander-in-chief."

G2 Bulletin calls to the Pentagon and NORAD for comment beyond previous official statements were not returned. ---Neither were the ones placed by Actionwriter…

So, where are we now? I could add about another twenty good factual sources to the above but until we get something more solid in respect to someone at FAA, NORAD, the Los Angeles ATC—Air Traffic control Center for LAX.. incidentally, these are the guys that clear aircraft into and from LAX 24/7. That’s the departure control and approach control people. With all the air traffic between San Francisco and Los Angeles, no one saw this incident? These are the guys that (supposedly) clear approaching aircraft into the area and clear departures. With the southbound traffic descending and the northbound traffic ascending, no one had their eyes on a scope and saw this? Speaking of which, we made several phone calls to the tower at NAS Point Magu and asked to talk to any of the controllers that were on duty November 9. All calls were then referred to their Public Affairs office who “had no information” on the topic.

All we need is for some individual in a position that would have witnessed this incident to have the cajones to come forward and say they were told to stonewall any questions OR that they saw what it was.

We’re still making phone calls. Stay tuned.

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Mystery Missile heads up
The KCBS video is presenting some wild questions."If this was a commercial aircraft, I hope they issued G-Suits before take off" The list of qualified comments grows and the list of people responsible for answers remains at zero. Stay tuned. We continue to research this.
Actionwriter is based in New Braunfels, Texas, United States of America, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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