After reading the account of the airline mechanic in the previous Carnicom paper titled “A MECHANIC’S STATEMENT (dated May 19, 2000), an anonymous upper level manager from an unnamed airline was compelled to write to Clifford Carnicom. He stated that the mechanic’s story was true, and that he had information regarding this airline’s participating in Operation Cloverleaf, which is known to be a military aerosol operation. He and other workers were briefed on this operation, background checks were performed on everyone involved, and they were forced to sign a non-disclosure agreement stating that if they said anything about the program they could be imprisoned. They were informed that the government was going to pay the airline to release special chemicals from the commercial aircraft. When asked what the chemicals were, they were told this was on a need to know basis only. They were also told that there weren’t enough military aircraft to spray these chemicals, which was why the commercial airlines were paid to release these chemicals. This was the main reason Project Cloverleaf was put into existence. The manager expressed grief for being involved in something that he felt was poisonous, and apologized for needing to maintain anonymous.
An aircraft mechanic wrote to Clifford Carnicom and told his story about working as a maintenance technician at a large airport. After outlining the pecking order of the mechanics and reciprocal agreements among airliners at airports, this mechanic spoke about being asked to work on the waste disposal system on a plane for another airline. After climbing inside the plane, the mechanic noticed that there were additional tanks, pumps, and pipes than normal, and they weren’t attached to the waste disposal system. Confused about this extra equipment, the mechanic looked up the additional equipment on the company computer, but found nothing. Climbing into another plane during inspections, he found another plane with the extra equipment, including what looked like a holding tank. After following some of the piping, the mechanic realized the piping went out to nozzles at the end of the wings. The mechanic had been spotted by management and was confronted about doing this investigation by managers and union reps. He was accused of falsifying paperwork for a job he did, and later received an anonymous phone call at home with the caller saying ‘Now you know what happens to mechanics who poke around in things they shouldn’t.” After finding the Carnicom web site, the mechanic wrote this letter to Clifford Carnicom attesting to the fact that the airlines are indeed spraying from these airplanes.
A witness captured a photograph of a highly unusual aerosoll on May 12, 2000 at Magalia, California around 7:45 pm. The section of the trail that was captured and sent to the Carnicom Institute shows a strange curving snake-like wave within the trail itself. The camera setup that was used to take the photo is described as well.
SATELLITE IMAGE; APRIL 26 2000 OREGON
The attached image was forwarded to www.carnicom.com by an astute observer. This satellite photograph shows extensive and systematic grid spraying activity over the state of Oregon on April 26 2000.
Very unusual, tightly aligned aerosols are photographed together and attached to this page. The spray lines are all in parallel, and are shown close up and later starting to spread out.
Three photos show massive aerosol trails left in the skies above Santa Fe, New Mexico on September 8, 2000.
Pictures captured and posted in this paper show massive aerosol trails sprayed in criss-cross patterns in Santa Fe, New Mexico on November 3, 1999.
This set of photos shows aerosol emissions extending across the entire wingspan of a McDonnell Douglas MD80 aircraft on November 30, 1999 in Santa Fe, New Mexico . This aircraft has rear mounted engines, showing that this wide span of aerosols cannot be emanating from the engines alone. These pictures show the same entire wingspan results that have been witnessed in previous Carnicom papers named THIRD ‘MEGASPRAYER’ CAPTURED (September 9, 1999), NEW CHEMTRAIL SPRAY SYSTEM REVEALED (August 14, 1999), and NEW CHEMTRAIL SPRAY SYSTEM CONFIRMED (August 14, 1999).
In this paper, pictures captured and posted by Clifford Carnicom in the southern sky of Santa Fe, New Mexico on November 20, 1999, show massive trails sprayed in various patterns at different altitudes and spreading out into persistent trails.
Yet a third telephoto set, this one from Santa Fe, New Mexico on September 9, 1999 depicts a full length wing spray system. This plane appears to be a Boeing 757, with the majority of aircraft during spraying conditions appear to be of the Boeing 757 class, but a revision will be warranted is additional information is provided or becomes available. If anyone can identify this model of aircraft, it would be appreciated if you could contact the Carnicom Institute email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any such helpful identifying information.
NEW AEROSOL SPRAY SYSTEM CONFIRMED 1An independent photographer has recently submitted the telephotos presented on this page, which further confirm the existence of a new aerosol spray system.
A heavy spraying of Santa Fe Santa Fe, New Mexico on August 14, 1999 revealed uniquely thick and dense aerosol sprays coming from one particular aircraft among many planes observed spraying. Photographs taken of this aircraft and attached to this paper appear to show this plane’s spray encompassing the full wing span of the aircraft, indicating a new method of spray delivery that involves multiple trails emanating from multiple nozzles on the wing assemblies. Trails can be seen originating from the center of the plane, precluding the possibility of normal engine contrail association with this aircraft.