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Saturday, December 10, 2005

Collateral Damage

It is now not only legal, but apparently policy, to shoot airplane passengers for not taking their prescribed drugs.

It seems nobody but the fuckers who shot this guy 'heard' him say something about a bomb.

Keep thinking it's okay to give up rights in the name of security. Just bear the following facts in mind when you sit down with the fam on the 25th.

{Mr. Alpizar won't have a chance to.}

Oddly enough, seems he and his wife were returning from a humanitarian trip to Ecuador, working with people committed to improving the lives of those living with disabilities and mental illnesses. Hmmm.

Passengers on the plane are also reporting that the authorities reboarded the plane after dispatching Mr. Alpizar, and holding the folks remaining onboard at gunpoint, including holding a shotgun to one passenger's head. After being deplaned, passengers were interogated, and at least one was queried repeatedly if he had heard Alpizar say the "b-word".

No passenger on the plane with Mr. Alpizar and his wife has stated publicly they recall him refering or even mentioning a bomb.

{{{note to self...when confronted by authorities, do not allow yourself to be isolated from potential witnesses. and as god is my witness, I will never utter anything that remotely sounds like the word bomb again.}}}

Folks, this shit is scary.


Blogger enigma4ever said...

very very scary- I did notice that we never heard a word about the WHAT the passengers saw..none of us will ever know what really happened...

8:46 PM  

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