March 19, 2014
NJ Port Authority Chief Admits He Diverted Malaysian Plane
During tense questioning by investigators into the closure of lanes on the George Washington Bridge, the Chief of the New Jersey Port Authority, David Samson, suddenly blurted out that he had diverted the missing Malaysian plane. "Oops," he said.
He said that he and his "minions" had diverted the plane as an experiment to see whether the technique he and his team used could be applied to planes carrying New Jersey officials who failed to back Christie during his 2013 re-election campaign.
He declined to describe the technique that he and his group of "henchmen" used, saying that he was applying for a patent on it.
Samson refused to elaborate on the location of the missing plane "on the advice of my attorneys," he said.
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