Thursday, June 04, 2009

FBI & FAA to look further into Express Jet Airlines near crash with a Ufo on 27th May

What good getting the FBi or FAA will do involved in this recent case i don't know - Unless the 'uknown 'was a missle or an act of terrorism - other than this there not much else they can do. Especially considering the FAA's complete lack of investigation any of aircraft incident involving ufos (I mean whats up with that?)

The FBI, the Federal Aviation Administration and the Liberty County Sheriff’s Department met Tuesday to compare notes on an unidentifie

d flying object reported late last week by an ExpressJet Airlines pilot.

The pilot reported a “missile or rocket” flying nearhis airplane Friday at 8:09 p.m., shortly after takeoff from Bush Intercontinental Airport, according to sheriff’s officials.

“The FAA then contacted the Liberty County department dispatcher and reported their pilot reported an object flying straight at his aircraft and passed 100 feet under it,” said Ken DeFoor, chief deputy for the Liberty County Sheriff’s Department.

FBI spokeswoman Shauna Dunlap said the agency was aware of the sighting.

“While we have no information to indicate there was a criminal act we certainly do not rule anything out and certainly would not want to speculate on what it may or may not have been,” she said.

The flight was over the southern edge of Liberty County flying at 13,000 feet when the incident occurred, officials said. ExpressJet flies regional routes for Continental Airlines as Continental Express.

“We haven’t found anything yet — either something on the ground where it launched or on the ground where it came down,” said Liberty County Sheriff’s Cpl. Hugh Bishop.

DeFoor said the agencies consolidated their notes and information at the meeting.

“The FAA is in the process of debriefing the pilot today (Tuesday),” he said. “We are going to try and come up with a more definite track of this object and its path. We are trying to find out where it came from, where it went, and who may be responsible for it.”

The Continental Express jet was on a commercial flight to Greenville, S.C. “No people were injured and no evasive action on part of the airplane was taken,” DeFoor said.

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