Loretta Fuddy: The Most Unlucky Person of 2013 – or was she killed to cover a big lie?
2013-12-17 0:00

From: 21st Century Wire

21st Century Wire says…

Are the White House plumbers at it again?

A Cessna crashes in Hawaii, and eight survive – but one woman, for some reason, could not be rescued. Her name was Loretta Fuddy, she was 65 years old, and she happened to be the Hawaiian health official who released the notorious copy of President Obama’s long form birth certificate.


A political storm erupted when a PDF birth certificate appeared on the White House’s website back in April 2011. Although ridiculed, and blacked out by the mainstream media, the issue has not gone away. This latest tragic accident’ will only increase interest in the story of Obama’s true roots, and what may have been done to cover up the truth.

Officials also say that the reason the plane went down was a “mystery”, but it landed on the water and passengers even had time to collect and put on life jackets. NBC also reports the following:

The flight was due to travel from Molokai to Oahu. The pilot was among the survivors, and the rest of the passengers were treated for “non-life threatening injuries”. Most survivors have already been sent home.

This tells us the crash was not fatal – because no one sustained any real injuries. But Fuddy still, disappears.

Strangely, initial news reports provide detail on every technical thing about this incident, yet say nothing of what actually happened to Fuddy. Do authorities need time to sure-up their story?

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Read the full article at: 21stcenturywire.com




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