Busted Pilot Forgets To Turn Off CHEMTRAILS While Landing ?

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A pilot of a commercial airliner made a mistake that irrefutably PROVES the existence of “CHEMTRAILS” — by forgetting to turn them off before he landed!  We have video of the plane landing while still spraying CHEMTRAILS as it hits the runway.  This is the first empirical evidence to back-up claims made people, smeared as “conspiracy-theorists,” who claimed airlines are being used by government to spray aerosols into the air without the knowledge or consent of the people being sprayed.  With proof like this, the public now has legal standing to file lawsuits, utilize subpoenas and force discovery of evidence.  The 1 minute blockbuster video appears below.

Busted Pilot Forgets To Turn Off CHEMTRAILS While Landing

 

Despite the fact that the plane is landing in foggy weather, the emission of chemtrails is unmistakable; their existence cannot be denied or explained-away by weather.  First, the trails are NOT coming from the back of the jet engines.  Second, the trails are not merely water trailing off the edges of the wings because as the plane passes, in addition to the wing trail emissions, there are clearly SPRAYS coming out of several sections at the rear of the wings in clear addition to any water that may be washing off the wing during landing.  See for yourself.

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4 Responses

  1. Guy says:

    Says the video was removed due to a copyright claim by LAXSpotter so I’m guessing it happened in LAX.

  2. ajweishar says:

    Where? When? As far as dumping fuel, I watched that process hundreds of times in all weather conditions, before fuel prices jumped and the EPA stepped in. It has a very different look and dispersion pattern. It amazes me that they still do it now over populated areas, and it’s leaded fuel.

    • stunnedontheground says:

      They had to PAY to add lead to automotive fuels and it was there to cushion the valves, of which there are none in a jet, so I am completely at a loss as to why you figure there would be significant lead in jet fuel.

  3. stevor says:

    Too bad they don’t tell us where it happened

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