Colgan Air Flight 3407
|Date||February 12, 2009|
|Location||New York, USA|
|Description||A plane crash which killed a prominent 9-11 truther, Beverly Eckert who refused to accept money from the 9-11/Compensation fund and instead pursued justice in the legal system.|
Colgan Air Flight 3407, a scheduled passenger flight from Newark, New Jersey, to Buffalo, New York crashed due on February 12, 2009 killing all on board, including prominent 9-11 truther, Beverly Eckert.
The NTSB determined that the aircraft, a Bombardier Dash-8 Q400, entered an aerodynamic stall from which it did not recover and crashed into a house in Clarence Center, New York at 10:17 p.m. EST (03:17 UTC), killing all 49 passengers and crew on board, and one person inside the house where it crashed. The black boxes were found.
Mark Gorton suggests was Colgan Air Flight 3407 was targeted because Beverly Eckert was aboard. He argues that it was "most likely... one in a long line of plane crashes used to kill high profile threats to the criminal syndicate at the heart of the national security state."
Neither the controller nor the pilot showed concern that anything was out of the ordinary as the airplane was asked to fly at 2,300 feet. A recording of communication between the doomed plane and the Buffalo, N.Y. airport suggests the pilot was calm just moments before the commuter plane crashed into a house, killing everyone on board and one in the Clarence, N.Y. home.
- Update on NTSB investigation into crash of Colgan Air Dash-8 near Buffalo, New York NTSB advisory, March 25, 2009 "The data indicate a likely separation of the airflow over the wing and ensuing roll two seconds after the stick shaker activated while the aircraft was slowing through 125 knots and while at a flight load of 1.42 Gs. The predicted stall speed at a load factor of 1 G would be about 105 knots." Wikipedia notes: The predicted stall speed for this aircraft at a flight load of 1.42 Gs would be about 125 kts which is arrived at by multiplying 105 kts (the predicted stall speed at 1 G) by 1.19164 (the square root of the flight load in Gs).
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