US Intelligence Was Made Aware of Immanent Threat To Bole International Airport At Least Two Days Before Crash of Flight #ET302

Earlier this morning I came across a posting from one of my old Anonymous friends from Ethiopia reading “this doesn’t require that much looking into to figure out the US knew something. why would the US ban its people from entering Addis Ababa airport for a protest that was on the other side of town? Unless they know what would happen.” He then proceeded to share a press release from the US Embassy in Ethiopia reading:

Press Release – US State Department March 8th 2019:

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What’s interesting about all of this is that Flight #ET302, departing from Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa on the morning of Sunday, March 10th 2019, went on to crash shortly after take off – killing all 157 passengers on board. In statements to CNN, according to one airport spokesperson, “the victims were of 35 different nationalities, thirty-two Kenyans, 18 Canadians, nine Ethiopians, eight Americans, eight Italians, eight Chinese, seven French and seven UK nationals.

Moreover, according to a statement from the United Nations, “nineteen United Nations staff members were among those killed, including workers from the World Food Programme, the Office of the High Commissioner on Refugees, the International Telecommunications Union, the Food and Agriculture Organization, International Organization for Migration in South Sudan, World Bank and UN Assistance Mission in Somalia, and the UN Office in Nairobi.” When asked if terrorism was a possible culprit here, Ethiopian Airlines CEO Tewolde GebreMariam told reporters “at this time we can not rule anything out.

At this point in time there is no conspiracy, piecing together all the information it’s clear that the US Government was made aware of intelligence and/or threats indicating that there would be some sort of attack against Bole International Airport or the flights departing from it at least 48 hours before something happened. I hardly doubt its any coincidence that the same day the flight crashed, US Government personnel members were banned from that very airport. Why more wasn’t done to catch the terrorists/culprits before the plane crashed is the real mystery here – especially given the number of high level international targets which perished on the flight, including 19 UN heads of staff.

Rogue Media Labs has reached out to the US State Department and Embassy in Ethiopia for comment, asking them more specifically what they knew, what information had been brought to their attention leading them to draft that press release on March 8th and what more, in retrospect, they believe they could have done to prevent the tragedy from unfolding? As you might expect, at the time of this article, both offices have declined any comment.