Police on Steroids. Public on Sedatives. Phamaceutical industry keeps everybody satisfied……

Here’s a another day late dollar short news headline that explains that the “Air Marshalls” ovverreacted killing another innocent person on the plane which landed in Florida yesterday. Whatever mental illness he may have had it was no match for the mental illness of paranoia that has turned this country and it’s security apparatus into a fascists securtiy state.


“I don’t think they needed to use deadly force with the guy,” says John McAlhany, a 44-year-old construction worker from Sebastian, Fla. “He was getting off the plane.” McAlhany also maintains that Alpizar never mentioned having a bomb.

This is another example of the madness created by Bush and Cheney.

“I never heard the word ‘bomb’ on the plane,” McAlhany told TIME in a telephone interview. “I never heard the word bomb until the FBI asked me did you hear the word bomb. That is ridiculous.” Even the authorities didn’t come out and say bomb, McAlhany says. “They asked, ‘Did you hear anything about the b-word?'” he says. “That’s what they called it”.

The horror of all this is that terrorists exists locally and their interest is local. 911 was an aberration unlikely to be repeated.

If there was the intention, the urge, the determination, the dedication to attack the United States it would have happened by now in some form large or small. It hasn’t been there.

“I was on the phone with my brother. Somebody came down the aisle and put a shotgun to the back of my head and said put your hands on the seat in front of you. I got my cell phone karate chopped out of my hand. Then I realized it was an official.”

In the ensuing events, many of the passengers began crying in fear, he recalls. “They were pointing the guns directly at us instead of pointing them to the ground,” he says “One little girl was crying. There was a lady crying all the way to the hotel.”

McAlhany said he saw Alpizar before the flight and is absolutely stunned by what unfolded on the airplane. He says he saw Alpizar eating a sandwich in the boarding area before getting on the plane. He looked normal at that time, McAlhany says. He thinks the whole thing was a mistake: “I don’t believe he should be dead right now.”

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