Mysterious Missile Launched in Southern California and Possibly Phoenix, Pentagon CANNOT Confirm Who Fired It
Phoenix, Pentagon CANNOT Confirm Who Fired It
New IHNN Audio News Update:
This is an IHNN News Update with Shepard Ambellas. A mysterious missile
launch in Southern California has created an uproar after it was filmed by a
local news helicopter. The Pentagon CANNOT, “confirm anything.” On Nov. 5th a
missile was apparently spotted in Phoenix Arizona. Two missiles in two
Update: Pentagon officials have asked all personal to go back and make sure
that all missiles are accounted for. Military officials are apparently leaning
towards the theory that it was a jet aircraft due to the fact that they can not
explain it as anything else.
Breaking News Update 12:37pm Pacific: Fox News just reported that the three
major possibilities are a government operation, private rocketeer or something
sinister. Fox News has
reported that the Pentagon does NOT know who fired the missile and therefore
cannot deem the immediate area safe.
A video that appears to show a missile launch off the coast of California
is so far “unexplained” by anyone in the military, a Pentagon spokesman told
reporters Tuesday morning
Multiple officials have pushed the fraudulent theory that the missile was
simply a contrail. This is almost laughable. How stupid do these people think we
Last night a mysterious missile was fired of the coast of southern
California. Right now we do not know who fired it or why. This is a very curious
incident that could possibly be used as a staged event.
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Video was taken from a KCBS chopper that showed a huge contrail which
obviously indicates some sort of missile launch. If witnesses had not got this
launch on video, the Pentagon may have denied that it happened all together.
NEWSER – The
Pentagon has had nearly a day now to explain the apparent missile that soared
into the sky off the coast of California and it’s come up with … zilch. What’s
more, because defense officials still don’t know what it was, they can’t exactly
say it’s nothing to worry about, a Pentagon spokesman said today. A traffic
copter from a CBS affiliate captured the video of the projectile, which was
about 35 miles out to sea near Los Angeles, during rush hour. The Missile
Defense Agency, the Navy, and the Air Force all say they’re clueless,
A mysterious missile launch off the southern California coast was caught
on video Monday evening by a KCBS news helicopter. The spectacular
contrail could easily be seen up in Los Angeles, but who launched this missile
and why, remain a mystery for now. The magnificent images were captured
from the KCBS chopper around 5pm. The location of the missile was described as
west of Los Angeles, north of Catalina Island, and approximately 35 miles out to
sea. A Navy spokesperson tells News 8, this wasn’t its missile. He said
there was no Navy activity reported in that part of the
Sources have indicated that there was not only a missile in Southern
California but also in Phoenix. Whether this is true remains to be seen. What
happened in Southern California was possibly a cover up for the event that took
place in Phoenix. A citizen reporter has posted pictures of a rocket over
Phoenix on the Above Top Secret Forum.
I live in Phoenix, AZ. I left work at 5:30 AZ time from Scottsdale, AZ. I
entered Shea Blvd. approximately 5:37 PM from 70th St. I turned and headed west
on Shea. To the direct west /southwest I noted a smoke plume that started at the
ground and continued up to some type of aircraft. I immediately knew this was
NOT a jet aircraft since the smoke plume started at ground level. The smoke
plume was extremely thick, much like the space shuttle would produce. Within
minutes this aircraft appeared to me, to be on the edge of the atmosphere. Don’t
ask me how I know, I am just giving you my interpretation. I am a licensed pilot
and have been an aviation buff most of my life.
Two rockets in two days?
How is it possible that NORAD was unable to track this so called missile?
This event coincides with a report on ICBM Malfunctions which documented the
engineering failure that led to the temporary shut down of 50 land based nuclear
Pentagon Expects Report
on ICBM Malfunction This Month
Tuesday, November 9th GSN
A Pentagon “operations review board” is investigating the engineering
failure that led 50 land-based nuclear missiles in Wyoming to go temporarily
off-line in the early morning hours of October 23, Lt. Gen. Frank Klotz, who
heads the Air Force Global Strike Command, said at a breakfast session with
The incident left missile operators unable to monitor or control the
status of one squadron of Minuteman 3 ICBMs at F.E. Warren Air Force Base via
computer for 46 minutes, he said. Another 100 missiles at the installation were
unaffected by the malfunction.
However, 319th Missile Squadron crews activated backup security systems,
including closed-circuit television and field inspections, to ensure there were
no intrusions, Klotz said. If necessary, the weapons could have been launched by
an airborne command-and-control system.
The ongoing technical investigation, which will assess the “root cause”
of the failure and recommend any needed changes to operations or maintenance
practices, should report out “within the next two or three weeks,” Klotz
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