Video Evidence of Missile Strike at Texas Fertilizer Plant April 18, 2013
Stunning Video - Missile used in Texas??? Closer Look @Video
Leda, take this linked vid..../watch?v=pcJMHqBDDs4.....and pause it at :08 seconds. Now use your right arrow key to move forward, frame? by frame. The left arrow will reverse it. As the frames progress, you'll start seeing a smoke trail to the right of the now obscured garbage can area, but as the frames progress, a missile smoke trail will come into clear view. I'm blown away!!
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Fertilizer Plant Explosion Near Waco, Texas
More NFO on Texas IntelHub Now Reporting Military Blast and Plane (Stunning Video Footage) Thursday, April 18, 2013 14:13
Texas Hospital, 81 Miles from Fertilizer Plant Explosion, Scheduled Mass Casualty Drill on Same Day
"North Hills Hospital is proud to be hosting one of the largest emergency preparedness drills ever held in the state of Texas this week. We will be partnering with the North Central Texas Trauma Regional Advisory Council (NCTTRAC) and first responders from throughout North Texas to test our equipment and processes so that when a real disaster happens, we’re all ready to respond.
This drill is even timelier in the wake of the bombings at Monday’s Boston Marathon. Our prayers go out to the victims involved, and we are proud of the first responders – EMS, fire, police, race workers, and hospital staff - who so bravely cared for the injured.
If you live near North Hills Hospital, you will see a lot of activity in our parking lots over the next three days as the NCTTRAC sets up a mobile 140-bed hospital, along with dozens of ambulances, several AMBUS (multi-patient ambulances), and helicopters. This is only a drill and will simulate a hospital evacuation, something that might be necessary in the event of a tornado, hurricane, earthquake, or prolonged power failure.
Set-up for the drill will take place Tuesday and Wednesday, with the drill occurring on Thursday. At no time will regular patient care be affected, as the drill will use only “actor” patients and be confined to non-patient care areas and the parking lot."
Why Would Anyone Want To Blow Up A West Texas Fertilizer Plant?
"We have read in a few places that this fertilizer company had a lawsuit against Monsanto. A few sources have mentioned this and they seem to expect the American public to "piece it together" but the American public is very much in the dark and that's the way our government likes it. Most Americans truly don't understand the significance of Monsanto.
The Wall Street Journal was the first to break this story and it's important to note the details. This is not a small lawsuit and it was not dormant as some have suggested. Dormant tends to imply that it's dead by choice. It was "dormant" only because of a pending appeal that has not been resolved:
Many documents in the case are sealed, and the public documents don't reveal the names of the plant's then-current owners. Texas corporation records list the president of the company as Donald R. Adair, and show a business operating as Adair Grain Inc. at the same address.
Texas Grain Storage was represented by roughly 30 lawyers at 12 firms, according to court records. One lawyer who represented Texas Grain said the suit stalled in 2010 after a magistrate judge denied a request to certify the case as a class action. The lawyer said Texas Grain appealed the ruling, and that a district judge has yet to rule on the appeal. The last public filing in the case was in 2010."
30 lawyers from 12 firms is not a small lawsuit. Is that enough to rattle the Monsanto cage? I don't know. But if anyone is looking for a motive this might be it."
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