Monday, September 29, 2014

Chicago Control Centre sabotage

I had to search "sabotage" + Chicago airport, to find what I was looking for. The MSM will never learn to tell it like it is .... NEVER!  Who are the losers?  It's always We the People who depend on these liars for our information.  It was apparent, the moment Brian Howard was found in the Aurora Control Centre basement slashing away at his throat  with a fire raging behind him that he had sabotaged the equipment. And that was in the wee hours of Friday morning, yet it took more than 60+ hours for the MSM to use the word "sabotage."

And, if you want to know more about Brian Howard, read the comments at this Guardian article on the topic. It's wasn't difficult to figure out that he was ex-defence forces.  The mental health issues found in that segment of our population are mind-blowing.

From CBSChicagoLocal:
Senator Dick Durbin Calls For Probe Of Air Center Sabotage
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) says he wants some answers after the Aurora Control Center sabotage on Friday.
Durbin says he will ask inspectors general at the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation Administration to investigate whether there was a security breach when 36-year-old Brian Howard entered the building with a black suitcase.

“I think from this point forward, the inspection and the vetting of these personnel has got to be a lot better,” Durbin said.
Brian Howard, 36, of Naperville, who had access to the control center in suburban Aurora via a swipe card, entered around 5 a.m. Friday, and about 30 minutes later posted a suicide note on Facebook, according to a federal criminal complaint.

Minutes later, someone at the facility called 911 to report the fire. A relative who saw the Facebook post also alerted authorities. Paramedics followed a trail of blood past a gas can, two knives and a lighter and found the suspect slashing his throat, the complaint said. He also had cuts to his arms.

Durbin said he is grateful that the FAA was able to get all planes on the ground safely. He said FAA Administrator Michael Huerta told him that 23 of 29 computer racks were damaged, and the FAA said Sunday that it decided to replace the entire central communications network at the center.
“Thank God nobody lost their lives, but it could have happened in this circumstance,” Durbin said.
Sen. Mark Kirk said Saturday that he wanted an immediate review of the FAA screening process at the site, and a report within 30 days outlining future changes.

On Sunday, 550 flights were canceled at O’Hare and 50 at Midway. At the height of the travel misery Friday, more than 2,000 flights in and out of the airports were canceled, disrupting travel nationwide.
FAA spokeswoman Elizabeth Cory said improvements were expected on Monday, although the system would not be fully functional........

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