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No drone

As someone who lives 3 miles from this blast, I can say that a drone had nothing to do with this explosion. They have determined that gas was injected into the home with a modified pipe. They suspect the spark was caused by an object turned on by remote control. The evidence seems to point to the owners of the home who had declared bankruptcy, had taken their home off the market because they couldn't sell it, had boarded their cat while gone (Who boards cats when they are gone for 1-2 days?), their daughter was at a friend's house, and a white van that had been parked in front of the home for weeks disappeared the day of the blast.

Besides, if the drone had missed it's shot, it missed by 20 miles because the Army finance center is on the north side of Indianapolis.

The husband was

John Dion Longworth

He was a genius and had developed wireless electric plasma lights.
Plasma lights use a Radio Frequency power supply that converts Electrical power to Radio Frequency (RF) power.
Energy savings of up to 70%.

http://imgur.com/jACKu

http://www.dealerscope.com/article/indy-audio-labs-longworth...

When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him. ~J. Swift

Thanks Betty.

Beware of white vans ? ? ? ?

beesting

Wow!

Wow!