Sunday, March 12, 2017

Hamburg Airport Clown Not Terrorist Pepper Spray Attack and Shutdown

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February 12, 2017 terror: pepper spray, airport shutdown  injured: 68 media: ignored Hamburg Airport Clown Not Terrorist Pepper Spray Attack and Shutdown Officials believe that "some clown" for some reason released a catridge of pepper spray into an air-conditioning vent, causing the substance to spread, as an empty can was found. Over 50 were sent to the hospital and the entire airport was briefly shut down. Officials found no link to terrorism, though one wonders who would deliberately cause such mayhem for any other reason. It was not connected to the similar Gas attack sparks mass evacuation at school in Germany left dozens of students struggling to breathe. Jan 11, 2017, also thought to be just a prank gone wrong though terrorism was not ruled out.

conservative media comments suspected Islamist terrorism, mainstream media made no connection to Germany which has been target of numerous terrorist attacks, nearly all by Islamists.

February 12, 2017 terror: pepper spray, airport shutdown  injured: 68 media: ignored MEDIA IGNORES: 68 People Injured At Hamburg  airport After PEPPER SPRAY ATTACK in Air Conditioning System Ryan Saavedra Feb 12th, 2017 3:32 pm 60 Comments   Early Sunday morning The Gateway Pundit was one of the first to report on multiple injuries from a ‘toxic gas’ attack at Hamburg Airport in Germany that sent 50+ people to the hospital. It now appears pepper spray was the substance that injured numerous people in the airport and caused a temporary shut down of the entire airport. From Fox News:  Hundreds of passengers at Hamburg Airport were evacuated and more than a dozen flights canceled after some 68 people were injured by a hazardous material that likely spread through the airport’s air conditioning system. There are several things to remember now that this new information has come out. #1. Pepper Spray doesn’t randomly just find itself in an air conditioning system.  #2. At Least 68 people were injured by the pepper spray, which shows that it had to be a significant amount considering how many people it affected and the size of the room. In summary, a chemical was put into a major airports air conditioning system that is known to cause difficulty breathing, burning eyes and nausea. The chemical was also in large enough quantity to injure 68 people and force an entire airport to shutdown. comments: I agree, dry run. I thought the same about the 3-4 Muslims, who were found at the Quabbin Reservoir (supplies Boston, MA etc. with water), in the middle of the night. The Quabbin is NOT a place you'd go at that time. If the Quabbin Reservoir was poisoned - think of the millions who would get sick, or worse,die. (Not sure but I believe they were UMass graduate students in chemisty/science) Officials: Hamburg airport scare was likely pepper spray; 68 sickened ... www.chicagotribune.com Feb 12, 2017 - Travelers wait outside the Hamburg, Germany, airport on Feb. 12, 2017, after several people were injured by an unknown toxic that likely ... PICS: Hamburg Airport Evacuated After 'Pepper Spray' Spread - Breitbart www.breitbart.com Feb 12, 2017 - Germany's Hamburg Airport was evacuated Sunday
morning after a number of passengers and staff complained of irritated eyes and breathing .
3 Hamburg Airport briefly closed after dozens injured by irritant gas  https://www.washingtonpost.com 2017 - Police say there is “no evidence” the incident was terrorism-related. ...there was “no evidence” that the incident was a terrorist attack. Instead, he said, the injuries most likely stemmed from a cartridge containing pepper spray that was found in a bin provided for travelers to dispose of liquids before boarding. Werner Nölken, spokesman for the Hamburg fire department, said, “We are not assuming a terrorist attack.” The current assumption, he said, was that “some clown, for whatever reason” released pepper spray into an air-conditioning vent, causing the substance to spread.  The cartridge found in the bin was only the size of a lipstick, he said, so it would not have been possible to injure so many people without the air-conditioning system diffusing the gas.