Hoboken Hadji?

29 09 2016

Hoboken, New Jersey

Or maybe it was a pure accident.

Or maybe we should have another suspect in mind:

sinatra


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29 09 2016
Lewis33

My first thought was Affirmative Action employees. Odds that a white male was responsible for this are about 8-1.

29 09 2016
Hard Right

That’s the most likely explanation. Probably some illegal lesbian Mestiza. Only reason I thought of Hadji was that al-Qaeda said something recently about running over infidels.

OTOH, Sinatra did have mob connections. Maybe somebody forgot to pay up?

29 09 2016
Tim

My thought too. Northern NJ has many many Allah Akbar types.

29 09 2016
Joshua Sinistar

I doubt this was terrorism. Jihadis like using weapons and especially bombs. Terrorism isn’t just about killing people it has to be scary and spectacular. Out of control trains look more like someone was texting and forgot to check the speedometer. Although, poor maintenance by a diversity quota could cause this too. Detroit shows what happens when you give maintenance and government positions to applicants from The Stone Age.

29 09 2016
Olorin

Engineer Tommy Gallagher.

“The engineer’s father said that the man had been with NJ Transit for 19 years and had also served as a station master, a part-time track worker, and accident investigator. He said his son is a dedicated worker who doesn’t call in sick.”

http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Tommy-Gallagher-Train-Conductor-Crash-New-Jersey-Transit-Crash-395318901.html

Methinks the problem goes deeper.

“NTSB Vice Chairwoman T. Bella Dinh-Zarr said investigators will be interviewing him. ”

http://www.ntsb.gov/news/speeches/T-Bella-Dinh-Zarr/Pages/Default.aspx

” In that role, she was active in promoting the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety and in advocating for transportation safety and injury prevention targets in the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Dr. Dinh-Zarr is proud to have helped initiate collaborative projects to improve road safety, especially for vulnerable populations such as children and pedestrians, in developing countries in the regions of Southeast Asia, sub-Saharan Africa, and Latin America.”




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