I should start off by saying that we do not know what caused this attack. It could just be some drunkin idiots who were out shooting skeet and decided to shoot at an airplane.
But these days there are a lot of people who believe that agriculture is ruled by evil corporations who are applying toxic materials with the intent of depopulating the earth. There are others who believe that aircraft are spraying things into the upper atmosphere for evil reasons. Many of these conspiracy theorists are at the point where they feel that it’s time to take this battle to the perceived evil-doers.
Incidents like this really make me wonder if that is starting to happen. Again, we don’t actually know the motives here, but it is definitely worth considering…
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Crop dusting plane shot while flying over Lawrence County
LAMAR, Mo. -
Lisa Kingsley gets chills when she counts the bullet holes in her friend’s plane
“Here’s one on the wing and then another in the back,” Kingsley said. “It’s scary.”
Kingsley and her husband own a crop dusting business, Kevin Kingsley LLC. The Kingsleys asked a friend to help with her crop dusting business while their plane was grounded for repairs.
On Wednesday, while the pilot was working on a field in Lawrence County, Lisa Kingsley got a terrifying call.
“Someone shot at the plane near the job site.”
There are 16 bullet holes in the plane, a 1997 Thrush 510, and Kingsley says the shots came inches away from bringing down the plane with her friend in it.
“I made it here in I think in less that 30 minutes from Joplin, and I hugged him first thing,” Kingsley said. “He’s a father, a husband, a son and this was an attempt on his life. When you’re a family man like that, his whole life flashed before him.”
Kingsley says the FBI is on the case, because shooting at a plane is a federal crime.
“It is a federal offense, it is being investigated, it’s ongoing and you can face up to five to ten years in federal prison,” Kingsley said investigators told her.
Kingsley says she and her husband are nervous about flying again, but hope their story will stop others from shooting into the skies.
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