Crash survivor says everyone on plane had to be interviewed by FBI before they could be allowed to leave

People look at the wreckage of Asiana Flight 214 where it crashed at San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, July 6, 2013. Citizens for Legit Government

Crash survivor says everyone on plane had to be interviewed by FBI before they could be allowed to leave 06 Jul 2013

Moments after Asiana Airlines flight 214 stopped its violent crash landing, a voice came over the plane’s intercom to say it had landed safely and everyone should stay in their seats, a passenger told ABC News. Within minutes, however, flames could be seen outside the plane’s windows and smoke was seeping into the cabin…  

The ordeal didn’t end after their evacuation. Lee Jang Hyung said he was somewhere in the airport, but he didn’t know where. They were told that everyone on the plane had to be interviewed by the FBI before they could be allowed to leave.

http://www.legitgov.org/Crash-survivor-says-everyone-plane-had-be-interviewed-FBI-they-could-be-allowed-leave

4 thoughts on “Crash survivor says everyone on plane had to be interviewed by FBI before they could be allowed to leave

  1. So why did they all have to be interviewed. I thought that that is why they have thoes “black boxes” to record every thing said and done on the plane that would be affecting/involving the plane. We all know that the FBI pukes are not concerned about the safety of all of the pasengers don`t we?

  2. Maybe this was a false flag or an assassination plot that didn’t work as well as they hoped? The FBI needed to debrief them to see what they knew and what they’d say.
    Nevermind I see conspiracy everywhere. Our Government would never hurt us…

  3. They just wanted to make certain everyone got the ‘official’ version correct before talking to the press.

    Apparently they missed at least one person, though. In another article (also posted here) the cops had to snatch one passenger away from the news team that was interviewing him.

    Someone in damage control must have dropped the ball on that one.

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