The story goes that Flight 191 left New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport at 7:28 a.m., heading for Las Vegas. Osbon was locked out of the cockpit cabin (by the co-pilot) after displaying some “erratic” behaviour. He was witnessed having an agitated conversation with one of the crew, after which he returned to the cockpit. Upon realising that he had been locked out, he began acting manically and shouting incomprehensibly. Numerous passengers and flight crew quickly wrestled him to the deck until the plane could land. According to JetBlue, "At roughly 10 a.m. CT/11 a.m. ET, the pilot in command elected to divert to Amarillo, Texas, for a medical situation involving the captain”. The plane landed soon after.
The account of these events has become a little confused, thanks largely to the way in which the mainstream media seems to have seized the narrative in an attempt to suit the usual machinations of the global agenda (i.e.: “terrorism”, sabre rattling about several countries, 9/11, etc.). In interviews with the eye-witnesses, the media has placed emphasis on specific things that Osbon shouted, including: Iraq, Iran, Israel, Afghanistan, bombs and Al-Qaeda. Other eyewitness sound bites include passengers believing that they were witnessing “another Flight 93” (9/11). This is an obvious tactic on the media’s part, given their obsession with keeping the perception of “terrorism” in the public eye.
There seems to be more to the narrative than meets the eye though. Firstly, passenger filmed footage has been sporadic. Despite the existing footage showing that almost everybody was using some sort of handheld device to document the situation, what has appeared in the news and on the internet seems to cover a short time span. Granted, these situations can develop very rapidly, however the existing footage seems to be variations of the same few moments. It is also interesting to note that in one video, the stewardess asks people not to film the developments. She is clearly heard telling people to stop filming and says, “We don't need pictures of this.”
The extended account of Clayton Osbon’s actions and word certainly paint a bizarre situation. Whilst in the cockpit, it is claimed he talked about his church, needing to "focus”, then asked the first officer to take over the controls and the radio. Osbon said, "Things just don't matter," talked about sins in Las Vegas, and at one point said, "We're not going to Vegas." He then "began acting erratically, flipping switches in the cockpit and appearing confused." (ABC News)Amongst the various witness statements are claims that he was "foaming at the mouth", that he suddenly just went berserk and that he displayed the behaviour of a crazy / deranged person. He was seen running up and down the aisle screaming, "Say your prayers!" (New York Post), he shouted "Oh my God, I'm so distraught!.. We've got Israel, we've got Iraq, we've got Israel, we've got Iraq! We've got to get down!" and "Pray f***ing now for Jesus Christ".
It is also claimed that he mumbled something about “September 11” and is alleged to have said “They’re going to take us out!” According to one eye witness, he was heard saying that “we need to take a leap of faith” and giving what sounded like “a sermon”. There are also claims that he attempted to open an exit door at one point… whilst mid-flight!
Numerous researchers have begun to ask questions about the event, especially given how ‘normal’ Clayton Osbon appeared to be. He seems to have a very grounded personality and home life. All those that know him are shocked by the events. He was featured in a 2011 article entitled “Richmond Hill Reflections : Guys in the Sky”, also showing him as a stable and down to earth guy.
The issues raised amongst the alternative media about this event, do seem to pose some curious questions. There is the fact that the plane had been in the air for quite some time before Osbon began to act strangely… at least an hour (possibly two). What triggered his actions? Why the delayed effect? One or two folk have suggested that he was exposed to a neuro-toxin at some point, however this remains speculative only.
There is also the similarity with the story from early March, when a flight attendant aboard an American Airlines flight (set to take off from Dallas to Chicago) got on the PA system and began ranting about how the plane was going to crash and about the company's financial troubles. This was reported in both The Chicago Tribune and Dallas Morning News. She also had to be subdued by crew and passengers. According to one passenger (in an email to a friend), "the flight attendant went crazy, screaming about 9/11 and crashing. Six men held her down."
With regard to the Clayton Osbon incident, there is also the coincidence of a flight heading to a security conference in Vegas. Many of the passengers were bound for this conference and had various connections with security companies (which in turn had connections with defence contracts, etc.). How fortuitous then, that these same chaps were in the right place, at the right time to help “subdue” Osbon. It’s also fortunate that there happened to be an off-duty pilot on board to help the co-pilot land the plane… but maybe too much has been read into that!
What has fuelled further speculation, is the extensively documented involvement of defence and intelligence agencies in research and testing of various ways to affect the behaviour of individuals. Texas (where the plane was re-routed) is alleged to be a hotbed of programming centres. It is claimed that the Air Force has run a Texas facility called TRIMS, which has exhibition rooms for slaves and has been used for mind-control programming. It is also alleged that NSA “human sources” of intelligence are often “mind controlled”. Call it what you will: Psychological Operations, Mind Control, Psychotronics, Brainwashing…
Many have speculated about the involvement of such measures in everything from the Jonestown Massacres, Surhan Surhan, Mark Chapman, the Columbine shootings and recently Jason “Kony” Russell. Are we witnessing the introduction of such means to instigate false flag terrorism, designed to speed up Problem – Reaction – Solution scenarios? If this is the case, then what went wrong with Clayton Osbon? If this was an engineered event, was it designed to fail? We may never know for sure and as always, these events end up dwelling in the realms of simple speculation.
It is sad to think how people will ultimately judge Clayton Osbon. He was held by the FBI on “medical” grounds… make of that what you will. His wife, Connye Osbon, has said she did not "have a clue" what had happened aboard the plane, in comments to ABC News. She has also firmly stated, "There are several different sides to every story. Just keep that in mind."
Never a truer word spoken.
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