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darnol91
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Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
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The article is in spanish, but I'll post the translation below. Look at the picture of the house, I just have a hard time believing an explosion like that came from a "Gas leak". American certainly isnt the only place with fake news.



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Three people were burned, as a result of an explosion, apparently due to gas leakage, which was recorded during the present afternoon in the La Mision municipality domicile.

The Directorate of Municipal Public Safety (DSPM), reported that at 12:16 hours, by telephone report to the police station, officials attended an incident regarding a residential fire.

Agents arose on the federal road of the colony the old mission, where they confirmed the fact and located three injured people-two men and one woman-, which is why they requested immediate support from firefighters and paramedics.

Firemen of Ensenada and Rosarito responded and suffocated the fire; While injured people were transferred by Red Cross paramedics to hospitals. It should be pointed out that the two men went to Rosarito, and the woman to Ensenada.


Wtodd
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
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"Gas Leak"

A good burrito makes me explode too


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wallowinit
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
OK? So what do you suspect?


MoarKilometers
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
It's been what, almost an entire 9 months since boston had gas leak explosions do way more damage than this.


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PsychTiger
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
Cartels gonna Cartel.


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MrLarson
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
Are you suggesting the CIA took out some human traffickers?


Clyde Tipton
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
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While injured people were transferred by Red Cross paramedics to hospitals


They don't have regular emergency services?

I thought Red Cross was a privately funded(By mostly Americans) charity?


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tiggerthetooth
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
I've seen worse explosions from "gas leaks".


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junkfunky
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
Looks an awful lot like a meth lab explosion. Most of that damage appears incendiary and at a low pressure. Traditional bomb would have made it look a lot worse.


mmcgrath
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
Are you that much of a conspiracy theorist that even reports of house fires in Mexico make you suspicious? What do you think is the "Deep State" angle here?

This post was edited on 6/12 at 9:53 am


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Sidicous
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
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Looks an awful lot like a meth lab explosion. Most of that damage appears incendiary and at a low pressure. Traditional bomb would have made it look a lot worse.
Note the upstairs windows still have glass in them. Also, no fire damage to ground floor. Only broken/cracked structure is in the middle not top or bottom. Everything centered in the middle. Pretty convenient gas pooling there.


MoarKilometers
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
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Only broken/cracked structure is in the middle not top or bottom

That garage door looks pretty damn fricked. Also creates a giant area for pressure to escape once gone. With that said, I know close to 0 about explosions, but pretty sure LP sinks due to its density vs air.


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REG861
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
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The article is in spanish, but I'll post the translation below. Look at the picture of the house, I just have a hard time believing an explosion like that came from a "Gas leak". American certainly isnt the only place with fake news.


wow, a house fire in a third world country of 130 million! you're certainly on to something here. Keep it up, you're so close to cracking the Q anon mystery and delivering us the truth!


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blueboy
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
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OK? So what do you suspect?



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keakar
Member since Jan 2017
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
they used that excuse before and it worked then, so they will keep using it. its not like anyone is actually interested in finding the truth.

it could very well be terrorist bomb making school practicing making bombs to get them ready after crossing the border, we will never know the truth.


REG861
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
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it could very well be terrorist bomb making school practicing making bombs to get them ready after crossing the border, we will never know the truth.




yea, it's probably that. they've probably already crossed the border and moved into your neighborhood!


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Apache
San Diego
Member since Dec 2013
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
They're not referring to a natural gas leak and explosion in this case.

It's all propane down there. Likely a propane tank in the garage.


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deltaland
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
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It should be pointed out that the two men went to Rosarito, and the woman to Ensenada.


Ah telling the cartels where to find them so they can finish the job


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Eli Goldfinger
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
That house probably looked a lot like that before the explosion.


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VoxDawg
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re: Explosion in Mexico - media narrative: "Gas Leak"
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Are you suggesting the CIA took out some human traffickers?


At this point, I'd wager the CIA would be lamenting the loss of some of their trafficking assets, were that the case. Not really sure which needs to be dismantled and rebuilt from the ground up first - CIA or FBI


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