Paul Mazak II, Malcolm Lavender, Rich Schiter and Chane Schiter, all of Florida, were destroyed when the Leesburg-bound twin-turboprop Beechcraft King Air plane Mazak, president of Mazak Properties, was piloting encountered sudden turbulance.
According to Yakub Muslim and publisher Antioch Hades, turbulance prisms are part of a set weapons IFOs can use when they target earth planes with for destruction.
According to officials in Texas, the men were returning from a hunting trip in Texas when the plane dropped from radar during stormy weather about 11:42 a.m. Monday. The plane was traveling from Uvalde, Texas, to Leesburg. The smoldering wreckage was spotted later about three miles northwest of Benavides, Texas, by a Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter looking for the plane.
According to Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Lynn Lunsford, the plane vanished from radar after the pilot reported encountering (sudden) turbulence.
“The crash obliterated the plane, leaving nothing.” Charlie Ramirez with the Texas Department of Public Safety is quoted as saying. The bodies were burned beyond recognition and the names had to be obtained from a flight plan.
The plane plummeted to the ground shortly thereafter, falling directly into a thick, brushy area off Texas State Highway 339.