CNN’s Quest Says The MH17 Video Showing Debris in Air Are Most Likely From Ground Explosion

CNN’s Quest Says The MH17 Video Showing Debris in Air Are Most Likely From Ground Explosion

In Cover-ups the first info and news reports are often the most reliable.  The heavily conformist culture that exists in the majority of American news companies, suppresses thinking and questioning.

Just as CNN’s Anderson Cooper noticed there was no plane in the MH17 plane crash on the first viewing, a similar thing happens when Cooper and Quest view, for the first time, the “debris video”, the only know video that shows any debris at all in the air.  The debris appears to be paper not plane parts.

 

Richard Quest rationally observes the debris are most likely from the ground explosion, not the suspected missile destruction of the 777 midair. See for yourself in the video below.

Both Anderson Cooper’s observation that there is no plane in the first viewing of the ground explosion http://aun-tv.com/aun-tv-video-cnn-censors-cooper-over-lack-of-plane-in-mh17-crash/  and Richard Quest saying the debris in the air is most likley from the ground explosion, are now verboten evidence at CNN, as it contradicts the “official story line” they are now pushing.

  1. Well, actually it seems to be worse than “debris from ground explosion”. It looks very much like radar countermeasures, i.e. metallic ribbons used as reflectors to fool radar detection. Here is what it looks like (old ones from WW2) :

    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/attachments/docs-paper-items-photos-propaganda/80799d1264885146-chaff-aluminum-foil-fool-radar-pict0008.jpg

    What does it mean ? It means that some military airplane was over there and trying to hide from radars, since no commercial airplane would use this…

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