Connell Crash 'Oddities'
Lori Price, www.legitgov.org
Recently subpoenaed Bush/Rove IT expert is Wellstoned.
Michael Connell's ill-fated flight originated from airport only 50 people can use. College Park Airport users are vetted --including fingerprinting -- in an 'extensive process,' and there are 'significant limitations' as to how the airport can be used.
Aero-TV Sepcial Report: Historic College Park Airport Struggles to Stay Alive 02 Apr 2008 'After 9/11, hard times came to College Park. Security issues, the TSA, FAA, a number of government agencies deicided that operating out of College Park presented a danger to the nation. Or, more specifially, to the nation's capital. We still don't exactly understand how. But since 2001, well, College Park has pretty much been under lock and key. You have to be vetted, you have to go through an extensive process -- fingerprinting, background -- you name it. And then there are significant limitations as to how you can use this airport. One of the most amazing little airports in the nation, is basically only to be used now by about fifty people at this point that have stuck it out...'
Connell's ill-fated flight originated from airport only 50 people can use 02 Apr 2008 College Park Airport, known as the "Cradle of Aviation," is an active airport serving the needs of aircraft pilots, and is also a site for history buffs and aviation enthusiasts. In the paranoia that followed the tragedy of 9/11, the kneejerks in Washington decided that severely restricting a lovely little airport on the outskirts of DC was somehow a major security issue. College Park Airport Manager Lee Schiek wrote ANN, several years ago, of the travesties foisted upon his and the two other DC airports in the name of national security...
New! Pilot killed in plane crash thought plane was sabotaged (19 Action News Video) 21 Dec 2008 'Friday's deadly plane crashed near Akron. We're hearing the pilot was concerned [seemed that] someone was tampering with his plane. The fatal plane crash of Michael Connell was certainly untimely. The 45-year-old local man was accused of rigging the 2004 election for President [sic] Bush, a claim that Connell denied under oath. But, under close examination, civil attorney Clifford Arnebeck wanted Connell placed under federal protection... For Connell was apparently told not to fly his plane, because it might have been sabotaged.'
Check out all these unexpected deaths of people involved with elections By Pokey Anderson 21 Dec 2008 Keep your coincidence caps handy, folks. People involved in elections and voting machine companies seem very unlucky. Especially those in Ohio (4 of the 7) and Georgia (2 of the 7).
Recently subpoenaed Bush/Rove IT expert is Wellstoned: Pilot killed as plane crashes in Lake Twp. --Witness: 'It blew up and shook the ground a little bit.' 19 Dec 2008 (OH) A single-prop, private airplane crashed next to a vacant house on Charolais Street Northwest Friday evening, exploding into flames and killing the pilot. Michael Connell, 45, of Bath Township, was alone in the plane, according to State Highway Patrol Lt. Eric Sheppard. Connell was a prominent Republican political consultant. He founded New Media Communications in Richfield, which developed campaign Web sites for Republican presidential candidate John McCain and President [sic] George W. Bush.
Ohio Attorneys Seek Protection for Mike Connell and his Family against Alleged Threats from Karl Rove 24 Jul 2008 Sources close to the Ohio Corrupt Practices Act/RICO claim sent us a copy of the following letter that asks Attorney General Mukasey for protection for Michael Connell and his family who have been allegedly threatened by Karl Rove. Rove is believed to be the strategic mastermind behind the Bush 2004 re-[s]-election campaign and the possible Ohio election improprieties. The alleged threats appear to be the result of the re-opening, through the Ohio Corrupt Practices Act/RICO claim, of the stalled investigation into the 2004 Ohio Elections.
Stark Co. plane crash: Who was Michael Connell? 20 Dec 2008 Michael Connell was killed when the Piper Supercub he was piloting crashed three miles short of an Akron-Canton Airport runway. He leaves behind a wife and four children. Connell, of Bath Township, is considered to be one of the Republican Party's top computer experts. He led the companies that designed websites for the GOP and a virtual who's-who list of republican political leaders including President [sic] George W. Bush, Senator John McCain, as well as national organizations. Connell developed a host of federal government software and data management systems. Connell is also said to be a close confidant of the Bush family. Earlier this year, Connell was subpoenaed to testify in an Ohio federal court regarding voter fraud just days before the November presidential election. His alleged intimate knowledge of White House and Capitol Hill email systems has been a hot topic of conversation for Washington insiders regarding the Karl Rove/White House email scandal.
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