Internet rumors drawing attention to whether gas explosions cause of damage to US buildings? Rumors surfaced about Indianapolis homes destroyed with two deaths in a gas explosion, last month. Sorcha Faal,an unreliable source at whatdoesitmean.com, followed up with article shortly after incident, "Massive Explosion Reported After CIA Drone Targets Indianapolis," where Russian agency "...Aerospace Defence Forces (VKO) states that Kosmos 2479 detected the firing of two AGM-114 Hellfire missiles from a MQ-1 Predator drone ...being operated by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) over the United States city of Indianapolis that resulted in a massive explosion....Kosmos 2479 is an early warning satellite launched in 2012...and monitors
the US from geostationary orbit for all possible threats, including the tracking of
American airspace for US Air Force and CIA fighter jets, bombers and drones...Most ominous in this VKO report is its stating that the “intended targets” of these Hellfire missiles were the US Army Resource Services (PPBES) and the US Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS), both located in Indianapolis...." Report could simple be disinfo by an enemy source?
A Steve Quayle alert added that an eyewitness saw something fall from sky, and others, who heard a sonic boom, which can occur when a bomb falls? Jim Stone, freelance reporter makes observation on Indy explosion, "...they blew up the house in Indianapolis without checking the residence first to even see if it had gas service, which it did not, so they could not peddle the lie with that one." These are rumors, however explosive energy involved, does cloud incident whether it was a natural gas explosion? Did a drone strike go awry?