Thursday, February 16, 2012

Fighter jets intercept illegal cannabis plane in Obama airspace over L.A. - Obama is now mellowing out peacefully

Military fighter jets intercepted a four-seat, single-engine plane that violated a temporary flight restriction over Los Angeles that was in place as President Obama left LAX, military officials said.

The Cessna 182 was intercepted shortly after 11 a.m. by two F-16 fighters that flew out of March Air Reserve Base, according to a statement from the North American Aerospace Defense Command. The jets followed the plane until it landed at Long Beach Airport about 30 minutes later, the statement said.

Long Beach police met the plane. Authorities said they found as much as 10 kilograms of marijuana on the plane.

The White House said it would have no statement till the munchies were done.

4 comments:

Cowboy Tim said...

Hey, it's payback for the low flyover the "alternate" Air Force One did over NYC shortly after the jackass's inauguration.

Anonymous said...

Barry is pissed, he was expecting a hand to hand...

I Voted For Obama said...

They did not realize this was Obama's trailer plane. Now Obama has to find his bud elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

The Mary-Jane found in that plane was for his personal use