Idaho meterologist promotes Hurricane Katrina conspiracy theory
Monday, September 19, 2005
Scott Stevens, weatherman at KPVI-TV in Pocatello, Idaho claims that someone used Russian KGB technology to create Hurricane Katrina. According to a brief article published September 8, 2005 on Flashnews.com, Stevens blames the Japanese Yakuza mafia, who he says were attempting to manipulate futures markets via the natural disaster.
Stevens' website, WeatherWars.info, includes documentation he has collected in an attempt to bolster his theories that energy weapons and airplane contrails are part of secret weather manipulating activities.
|title=The Tsunami that was Katrina |author=Scott Stevens |pub=http://www.weatherwars.info/
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