Waco FLIR Reflections (2)

From: Ian Goddard (igoddard@erols.com)
Date: Wed Jun 07 2000 - 02:55:37 MDT

  On the April 19, 1993 Waco FLIR video a large flash occurs in the
  courtyard of Mt Carmel at 11:26 am. Twelve minutes later another
  large flash occurs in the very same spot. The first of the two
  flashes is shown in the documentary "Waco: A New Revelation,"
  which states that the flash is a detonation that's consistent
  with an exploding grenade. However, the fact that an identical
  flash occurs in the very same location twelve minutes later and
  the fact that the FLIR camera is in virtually the same position
  each time (as would be the case if they're solar reflection) is
  compelling evidence that both of the flashes are the result of
  a single object reflecting infrared energy from the sun rather
  than two grenades detonating in the same spot twelve minutes
  apart exactly when the camera is in the same area. Supporting
  the solar-reflection theory further is that fact that panels
  from a wall with a window have fallen immediately next to
  this flash location, providing compelling evidence that
  glass (which can cause infrared reflections seen on FLIR as
  a flash) was deposited to Flash Location 8. See the evidence
  for yourself: http://users.erols.com/igoddard/flirloc8.htm

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