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Another ringer of an analysis from pilot John Prukop.

NewsHawk. Inc. - - - - - - - - -------- Original Message -------- Subject: FLT 261- THE MISSING TAIL, Re: AlaskaAir CEO (A Pilot): ADDITIONAL Factor Present In 261 Crash! Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2000 18:55:04 -0800 From: "CCW" Reply-To: "CCW" To:


NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw and sidekick field report Robert Haggar just announced the 'radar anomaly', suggesting a part or parts of the rear section of the aircraft departed from the MD-83 just seconds before the final plunge from 17,900 feet into the Pacific Ocean ... in a time span of 1-minute. The time frame alone suggests there was no tail. They symbolized the radar track to show that just as the jet plunged to the sea completely out of control, radar indicates another object or objects trailing behind the aircraft by some 4-miles. They explained how the aircraft in cruise flight at 31,000 feet suddenly dropped with a loud bang to near 24,000 feet, at which time the crew regained partial control ... then a second loud bang and uncontrolled dive into the sea killing all aboard. BUT what the media and NTSB have failed to tell us, is WHY a perfectly good airplane, in smooth, cruise flight conditions at 31,000 feet on a clear California afternoon, is SUDDENLY displaced 7,000 feet in an UNINITIATED DESCENT. Some THING INITIATED the events leading to the total destruction of this aircraft and its occupants, and it is our position that event was EXTERNAL to the aircraft.

The fuzzy image of Alaska FLT 261, which was shown by CNN and other media outlets, taken by a woman shooting pictures of the California sunset, was taken during the final plunge showing the aircraft was inverted on its back with a nose pitch down attitude of at least 80 degrees and spinning. As one of your recipients has pointed out after making a careful analysis of that fuzzy image, the airplane was MISSING ITS TAIL.

Isn't it interesting that the NTSB, the NAVY, and the FAA are ONLY NOW discovering the additional "blips" from the part or parts from FLT 261? Didn't they 'NOTICE' the radar returns as being a strange anomaly from the beginning? And didn't they just report yesterday of finding the tail with the Eskimo painted on it?

It would be pretty hard to use a 'checklist' for the stabilizer trim system ... if the TAIL was only hanging by a thread of metal after the first event that occurred at 31,000 feet, and then violently ripping away from the aircraft's fuselage at 17,900 feet.

The fact remains that UNTIL Alaska FLT 261 neared NAS Point Mugu, Restricted Area R-2519 and Warning Area W-289 ... everything was fine. And then BOOM.

/s/ John R. Prukop Airline Transport Pilot Legal Researcher Private Law Instructor

"Reason obeys itself; and ignorance does whatever is dictated to it." --Thomas Paine, Rights of Man ("Conclusion")

"All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void." --Marbury v. Madison, 5 U.S. (2 Cranch) 137 (1803)

CCW Coalition: Citizens For A Constitutional Washington John R. Prukop, Executive Director 11910-C Meridian Ave. E., #142 Puyallup, Washington 98373 e-mail: ccw@wolfenet.com

-- Ceemeister (ceemeister@hotmail.com), February 08, 2000


Ceemeister- I happen to believe this is one of several instances of civilian aircraft being downed by "friendly fire" in recent years. If this is the case, the fact will NEVER be admitted to. Just like you will never be told who shot Kennedy. CYA is a game everyone knows how to play...

-- Gia (laureltree7@hotmail.com), February 08, 2000.

That's what I said the very day it happened Pt. Mugu - rockets launched from there

-- Sheri (wncy2k@nccn.net), February 09, 2000.

Why would the military commit mass murder on its own citizens? Doesn't make sense. sorry.

-- ROB MERDOCH (MRLOVE99@HOTMAIL.COM), February 09, 2000.

The military wouldn't shoot the plane down as a planned event, but accidents happen. Oops didn't mean to shoot that artillery through your roof, so sorry. Unfortunately if the .mil accidently caused a commercial jet to plunge into the ocean there would be two results one for the public, one for .mil .gov.

-- Squid (ItsDark@down.here), February 09, 2000.

'Why would the military commit mass murder on its own citizens? Doesn't make sense. sorry.'

No, I think that makes a lot of sense if you consider it an accident vs intentional.

Reference flight 800:

author's interview the book: 'Altered Evidence'

The above web site on the book has some real itneresting images of radar tracks, tampered seats, etc.

Now there was the VanSense (sp?) shoot down of the Iranian Airliner. And then there was the KAL shootdown.

That's all I can remember now.

OK all of the above may or may not have been accidents. But one thing is for sure, the planes did come down and people did die.

-- warren blim (mr_little@yahoo.com), February 09, 2000.

I think what runs to the core of all these discussions is what your level of trust or distrust is for your government or governments in general for that matter.

Does the government tell you the truth? To determine the answer you need to satisfy yourself as to their motives good or bad.

Once you've figured out the answer to this question everything else seems to fall into place. You either believe or you don't believe.

-- warren blim (mr_little@yahoo.com), February 09, 2000.

ht tp://CNN.COM/2000/US/02/08/alaska.airlines.03/index.html#1

"Hall said that both the side-scan sonar and video mapping of the crash site has been completed and will be used to plan the salvage operation. The navy recovered an 8-foot section of the left horizontal stabilizer and some portions of the central stabilizer last Wednesday night.

The NTSB said it won't know for sure whether parts broke off in flight until they have recovered more wreckage."

How could they have completed the mapping of the entire crash site, gone down and recovered the left and center section, and still not be sure whether the right section was even there?

What a bunch of bullshit lies. They're just trying to decide which explanation will be the best to best for Boeing to cover their ass.

-- Hawk (flyin@high.again), February 09, 2000.

And you wonder why the pollies won't leave. You truly don't GI.

-- Butt Nugget (catsbutt@umailme.com), February 09, 2000.

They've ALREADY mapped and videotaped the entire crash site. The stabilizer in question, that they say "might" have fallen off, is EITHER AT THE CRASH SITE, OR IT ISN'T!!!


They can't have it BOTH ways!

-- Hawk (flyin@high.again), February 09, 2000.

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