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Field McConnellP O Box 9Plum City, WI 54761 Vladimir PutinPresident, Russian Federationc/o Russia Defense Attache2650 Wisconsin, Washington, DC 20007Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.comNovember 11, 2015
Regarding the criminal attack against the A321 Flight 9268, please consider forwarding my analysis to authorities in Russia responding to this cowardly false flag attack against 224 innocent victims.
Abel Danger: McConnell/Sukhoi - Letter To Mikhail Pogosyan, General Director, Sukhoi Aircraft Company
As GRU / FSB is aware, when Sukhoi Superjet was downed in Indonesia on May 9, 2012, I sent a letter to Sukhoi and Russia explaining the methodology of the remote capture of the jet which was guided into Mt. Salak, while being remotely flown with the BUAP. The same BUAP that caused MH370 to be commandeered on March 8, 2014. I was called to Malaysia to explain to their government and MAS how their B777 was taken from BITOD intersection to a safe landing at FJDG. The same day as this false-flag incident Abel Danger published a YouTube video explaining BUAP.
When German Wings 9525 was attacked via the Uninterruptible Autopilot, both France and Germany believed it was the result of the inexperienced pilot, Andreas Lubitz. I traveled to Heidelberg to refute the mainstream media spin involving the tragic loss of 150 innocent victims in the French Alps.
In the case of the loss of Metrojet A321 over Sinai, I believe that a remote capture was achieved just as in the case of the 4 9/11 flights and a group of hull losses known as the “Baker’s Dozen” beginning with Adam Air 574 (1-1-07) and ending with GW9525 of ( 3-24-15).
Each of these 18 aircraft was equipped with UAPs and FADEC. In the most recent attack, it is my belief that following UAP activation, these 5 items were disabled remotely: comm radios, transponder, ACARS, FAC1, and FAC 2.
This would result in in-flight breakup of the aircraft with no facility for the cockpit crew to report issues to ATC. Any explosives would be ‘window dressing’ as no explosive action was necessary to destroy the jet whose G-limits were +2.5 and -1.0.
If Russian authorities wish to contact me or have me visit them, I would be happy to help in any way.