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Istanbul Airport Opens 4-1⁄2 Hours after Triple Suicide Bombing Attack

Photo of emergency workers loading a body bag into an ambulance after the June 28 attack at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey. PHOTO: Memory Hole/ABC

By Vivian Lee | 30 June 2016

MEMORY HOLE — In a stunning turnaround, the Istanbul Ataturk Airport opened for business at 2:20 a.m. local time on Wednesday, June 29, after the alleged triple suicide bombing that began at 9:50 p.m. the night before. In a little over four hours, the airport was able to clean up all the blood and body parts that would have resulted from the mass shooting and three bombs that were said to have been detonated.[1] At present, the death toll is reported at 42, with 239 injured.

This would be a Herculean feat, requiring hundreds of specialized workers trained in biohazard cleanup, outfitted in safety gear, utilizing highly technical equipment under specific protocols – in order to deal properly with the hazardous waste. According to the World Health Organization, both “infectious waste” and “pathological waste” are considered hazardous and require special treatment. These include “waste contaminated with blood and other bodily fluids, …waste from autopsies, … human tissues, organs or fluids, body parts” and various pharmaceuticals and toxic materials.[2]

However, nothing of this sort is seen in any of the photos or videos said to record the events following the attack. Also not seen is the tremendous amount of blood that witnesses report. This curious phenomenon is typical of other “mass shootings” and “terrorist attacks” such as the recent “massacre” at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida.[3]

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