Monday, January 06, 2014

TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY INSIDERS QUESTION SECURITY STRATEGY: WHY WAS BOMB THREAT FLIGHT DIVERTED TO KCI?!?!



In the aftermath of a more substantial bomb threat than the average dud . . . There's a bit of Kansas City controversy to report.

Check it:

KICK-ASS KANSAS CITY INSIDERS QUESTION THE DECISION TO DIVERT A BOMB THREAT AIRPLANE BACK TO THIS COWTOWN!!!



Here's the word:

"Why did that bomb threat flight divert to KCI?"

Here's the money line . . .

"It was almost to Chicago and turned around. Was it weather or something else? Milwaukee and Minneapolis were still closer, no weather and would have been closer to JFK once they took off. The newspaper won't think to ask any questions so I thought you might want to."

Take a look at the big picture that CONFIRMS the suspicions of insiders:



Again, what's important here is to ASK THE QUESTION that so many other news outlets are dismissing in an attempt to have an "adult discussion" of airport matters and safety while so many other mainstream media outlets would rather stay silent on controversial KCI topics.

Developing . . .

38 Comments:

David Ferrie said...

Clearly, the conspiracy is that THEY need to blow-up the airport so they can build a new one.

Anonymous said...

Nah, it was because that if it turned out to be a big one and leveled all of KC, it wouldn't be that big a loss.

Anonymous said...

Cause if the plane blew up around here the body parts would be easier to find in those open fields up by KCI.

Anonymous said...

Maybe it's because KCI is a small airport and wouldn't cause much of a disruption to air travel.

Anonymous said...

If it was a remotely creditable bomb threat, a diversion for a coast to coast flight to KC, normally not home to a plane like a 767, would throw someone with a malicious intent. Also with lower volume yet capacity to have a plane of that size land made it a good spot. Airports/cities usually don't get a choice in these situations, it's the FAA and DHS' call.

Anonymous said...

True dat

Anonymous said...

11:13 has delivered a reasonable and adult comment, but I still like the 10:50 response.

We are so used to bullshit and lies in KC, it's difficult to be an adult.

Anonymous said...

Runway length, availability of emergency services, availability of repair services. In that order.

Anonymous said...

It's because we have the most black helicopters here to monitor people.

Anonymous said...

umm, well, let's see. O'Hare (and Milwaukee and Minneapolis) were kinda busy cancelling flights due to the impending snowstorm. KCI didn't have that issue, and was the ONLY airport in the vicinity able to take care of a 767.
Geez..TKC "Insiders" need to find a hobby, now.

Anonymous said...

It was an inside job to bring attention to single terminal

Anonymous said...

I wonder what that cost

Anonymous said...

Jeeze, running out of conspiracy stories?

TKC insider=I pulled this out of my ass and wanted to sound important.

Anonymous said...

If I am in a similar situation, I want TKC and a cache of snivelers making decisions on these matters.

Oh, make sure we solicit the cum on tits perv.

Anonymous said...

You know, I also wonder how you can have an "adult discussion" based on information provided by "kickass Kansas City insiders."

Anonymous said...

You're all wrong.
They didn't look at the gas gauge when the left the coast and were running low on gas.
They made up the bomb story so as not to look stupid.

Anonymous said...

NSA don't want people carrying flash drives on board.

Anonymous said...

The only inside TKC knows is Alonzo's rectum.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they should outlaw flash drives?

Anonymous said...

11:42 and 11:47, you don't know what you're talking about.

It was right near the Quad City airport when it diverted. It could have easily landed there.

Anonymous said...

Could have also used Milwaukee.

Anonymous said...

Do you really think Tony's map is perfectly to scale and shows the precise location of the plane when it turned around?

Anonymous said...

Because you don't land a threatened plane and disrupt traffic for two hours at a major hub like Chicago. You divert it to Kansas City where things won't get disruption on a national scale.

OK? HAPPY?

Wow. There IS always more and it IS always worse.

Anonymous said...

"It was right near the Quad City airport when it diverted. It could have easily landed there."

Right. Could have just dropped right out of the sky from 30K at 300 miles per hour and landed at the airport it was "right near."



Anonymous said...

Interesting too how it was off the flight plan pretty much the entire trip and then as soon as it got back on it, turned around.

Anonymous said...

Only a matter of time before Van Loh comes out and says we need to build a new terminal so that we can have a Wendy's waiting for the next one.

Anonymous said...

4:14. Haha!

Anonymous said...

4:14. That isn't "Tony's map". It's from FlightAware and it is VERY accurate in its information.

It diverted its course at 1:46 pm while at an altitude of 37,000 feet and travelling 544 mph. It's position at the time of the diversion was -89.8961 Longitude and 41.5314 Latitude. That would make it about 30 miles east northeast of the Quad Cities airport when it diverted.

Anonymous said...

http://flightaware.com/live/flight/AAL24/history/20140105/1505Z/KSFO/KMCI

AND

http://flightaware.com/live/flight/AAL24/history/20140105/1505Z/KSFO/KMCI/tracklog

Anonymous said...

Then only criminals will use flash drives. You need to be patriotic and store everything in cloud-based services so the nsa can read it.

Anonymous said...

What morons think a thumb-drive is a bomb?

Anonymous said...

It doens't occur to anyone that local tv stations depend on public relations people to tell them what news is?

This is way over most local reporters' heads. Besides, dont we have team coverage underway because of the COLD story? TV doesn't multitask, ya know.

Anonymous said...

What does Herman Cain say about this matter?

Anonymous said...

So that if it was a bomb it would bliw up the airport so Sly & company would really be able to say they HAD to build a new airport.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, 5:53. You can't land a 767 going 600 mph at 37,000 feet in 30 miles.

Now what is the closest, least busy, least weather impacted, airport capable of handling a 767?

Anonymous said...

What a dumb bunch of shit, someone left their flash drive in the bathroom (while taking a shit) and it turns into a bomb threat?, that is pathetic !! the only bomb threat was the terd dropped in the toilet!! What a sick joke!

Anonymous said...

Umm 2:50? You slow the plane down, put it into a circle and land it in the Quad Cities in less than 20 minutes.

Anonymous said...

And if not the Quad Cities? Milwaukee would have been the next non weather impacted airport dipshit.