from Fellowship Of The Minds:
By now everyone should be aware of the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash.. I found out in a article in the New York Times. That article can be found here. I looked at the time of the official release bulletin of the crash. It was at 11:a.m. Ethiopian time. The New York Times displayed their Twitter feed. Their time on the tweet was 2:15 a.m.. The next thing was check the time zone data.
Looking at the screen shot we can see that 2:15 a.m. in New York would give us 9:15 a.m. in Ethiopia. We add 1 hour to time in New York for Daylight Savings time, we get 3:15 a. m. New York and 9:15 a.m. Ethiopia. They do not use Daylight Savings time. Their time stays the same.. It is important to understand that according to the article and screen shots, the official release Bulletin has already been done at 11 a.m. Ethiopia time. If that were the case, how is it that the New York Times have a full story, complete with the official release tweet almost 2 hours before the actual time of the release tweet? When the Times got the tweet at 2:15 a.m, the time in Ethiopia was 9:15 a.m., Not 11 a.m., like the tweet shows.
Another thing I noticed in the article was some of the times in the article not matching the times in the image. In the article it says, “The flight on Sunday took off from Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa at 8:38 a.m. local time and lost contact six minutes later, the airline said. The plane went down near Bishoftu, about 35 miles southeast of Addis Ababa.” The “six minutes” does not match the time in the image they provided.
With so many discrepancies in the New York Times story a person has to wonder if this is some sort of False Flag event or just fake news. When I checked the flight records at the departing airport, the flight had not been logged as a aircraft that had departed. It showed the flight plan and estimated time of departure, destination and other miscellaneous information. But no time of departure.