No Fly Zone Set Up Around NATO Summit With Shoot to Kill Orders
By Alex Thomas
May 3, 2012
Plans to supposedly keep residents safe during the upcoming NATO Summit have been revealed to include a no fly zone within 10 miles of downtown Chicago, complete with full scale shoot to kill orders.
The plans were revealed in a recent shocking CBS news report that quoted an FAA flight advisory.
“The flight advisory was issued by the Federal Aviation Administration. The advisory bans non-commercial aircraft from flying within 10 nautical miles of downtown Chicago and below 18,000 feet.
A nautical mile is about one minute of arc of latitude along any meridian. It amounts to 1,852 meters, or about 1.15078 standard miles,” reported Susanna Song.
“The United States Government may use deadly force against the airborne aircraft, if it is determined that the aircraft poses an imminent security threat,” the advisory says. “Be advised that noncompliance with the published (notice to airmen) may result in the use of force.”