Alaska Senator Ted Stevens was the longest-serving Republican senator in US history, serving from 1968 until January 2009. Senator Stevens was killed [Assassinated] on 9 August 2010 when an amphibious single engine DeHaviland DHC-3T airplane he was on crashed into the side of an Alaska mountain near the Bristol Bay fishing town of Dillingham, while on a fishing trip.
Senator Stevens controlled the nation’s purse strings as chairman of the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee before losing his reelection bid in 2008 in the midst of a corruption scandal laying charges he failed to report over $250,000 in home renovations along with other gifts from an oil executive. Stevens was convicted, but the case was later thrown out due to prosecutorial misconduct, including exculpatory evidence being withheld from Stevens’ defense lawyers.
In 1998, John R Bolton’s nephew, Greg T Dixon, a Masonic High school friend and informant deeply connected with Freemasonry, explained to me how the elites are planning to assassinate senator Sevens, also an elite, in a staged “airplane crash into the side of a mountain” because they are afraid of the information he has could be reveled when they try to publicly oust him from office to advance their agenda.
Dixon said that if Stevens didn’t die outright in the plane crash, which he said would be unlikely, the colluded elite surviving passengers will hit him on the head to make the death appear as blunt force trauma caused by the crash itself. Dixon said the elite’s will do the same to the pilot – forever silencing him from reviling how he purposely put the plane down to make it look as a crash. As well as other passengers Stevens will have brought along who would become witnesses.
Dixon said the deaths of some passengers, who are seated in vulnerable positions in the aircraft in the event of a crash, may occur on impact, however, Sevens most likely will not be one of them, nor will the colluded survivors, as they will be securely fasten into the safest seats.
By proxy, Dixon said the surviving elites on the flight will do the killing of Stevens, the pilot, and any passengers Stevens brought with him that are still alive.
In mid 2007, I verbally, preemptively conveyed this exact same [above] information in a Bellevue, Washington courtroom of law. In fact, my testimony was being digitally recorded by the court itself, for the record.
The survivors have since been identified as: Jim Morhard, William Phillips Jr., Sean ’Keefes, a former aid and longtime “friend’ of Stevens, and his son, Kevin O’Keefe.
The passengers killed are: the Pilot, Theron Smith, William Phillips Sr., GCI senior vice president Dana Tindall and her 16-year-old daughter Corey Tindall, along with Stevens.
Sean O’Keefe has close ties to the defense industry as a former NASA administrator and US Navy secretary. O’Keefe was just recently appointed chief executive of EADS North America in November 2008 and was competing with Boeing for a $50 billion dollar contract for aerial refueling of the US Air Force with his Airbus tankers.
Before Stevens’ lost his reelection bid in 2008 he was the top Republican in charge of government spending and controlled the appropriation of billions of Federal dollars. Stevens was known as a gruff, hard charging politician with a hot-head reputation on Capitol Hill, who often wore a Hulk tie when addressing congress and called himself a mean, miserable SOB.
The reason that the plane turned off course and crashed into a mountainside still remains a mystery to the NTSB. However, the experienced pilot, 62-year-old Theron “Terry” Smith had an extensive history of medical problems and had turned off a critical safety device that might have prevented the crash.
According to the NTSB, Smith has an extensive family history of “intracranial hemorrhages at young ages.”
The plane was equipped with a terrain awareness warning system which would have alerted Smith when the plane was approaching treacherous mountain areas – if it had been turned on.
“We know something happened in that cockpit,” NTSB Chairman Debbie Herman said. “But at the end of the day, we did not have significant evidence to support any theory.”
The NTSB was able to track three previous southeasterly flights Smith had just piloted – through the same wide valley between the mountains. Bizarrely, and for no apparent reason, the plane veered left in the valley that day, turning directly into the ridge.
The NTSB’s Malcolm Brenner said investigators even looked at the possibility that this was a suicide attempt, given how far off-route the plane was that day, but apparently found no absolute evidence of that.
There was no indication the plane had mechanical problems before the trip.
After the crash, the planes transmitter became separated from its antenna somehow, had that not happened, the crash “likely would have been detected soon after impact,” the NTSB said. Instead, hours passed from the time of the crash until the wreckage was spotted.
Oddly, Steven’s plane did not have the type of flight recorder required on large aircraft, even though inexpensive to install.
NTSB chairwoman Deborah Hersman said it’s rare for so many people to work so long on an investigation without an agreed upon conclusion. But she said there was limited factual data to work from, leaving investigators without significant evidence to support any single theory. – Huff Post
Ultimately, the NTSB blamed the crash on the “pilot’s temporary unresponsiveness for reasons that could not be established.” [No definitive cause].