Senior Editor Gordon Duff: Flight 800 investigators admit they lied about the plane crash!
In 1996, an airliner, TWA Flight 800, bound from New York to Paris with 230 passengers mysteriously exploded off Long Island. Reliable witnesses said they saw a missile streak up from the ocean and hit the plane, then ascending at 13,000 feet. Seventeen years ago, the American people sat idly by when an airliner was downed in the waters off New York. In 1996, an airliner, TWA Flight 800, bound from New York to Paris with 230 passengers mysteriously exploded off Long Island. Reliable witnesses said they saw a missile streak up from the ocean and hit the plane, then ascending at 13,000 feet. Former Press Secretary for President John F. Kennedy, Pierre Salinger, also a former United States senator in his own right, contacted the FBI stating he had documentation that the plane had been shot down by the US Navy. From that day forward, Salinger was systematically ridiculed and destroyed, almost as though he were one of the lonely voices that stood against the invasion of Iraq or the tragic buffoonery of 9/11 and its aftermath. Flight 800: Yesterday, it was announced that investigators who had submitted the report debunking Salinger had come forward claiming they had been ordered to falsify their findings. You see, a film outlining the cover up is going to be released soon and the same investigators who cited a fuel explosion as the cause of the crash now admit they lied. How many times have we heard this? They now tell of an external explosion as the cause. External explosions at 13,000 feet are typically caused by the presence of explosive material which can only reach that height when attached to a missile, typically one with a guidance system intended to help external explosives down the aircraft. Confronted with proof of a cover up conspiracy and the murder of 230 Americans, the government has remained silent. There is no call for prosecutions and arrests. In fact, the press, even to this day, uses the term conspiracy theory in references to the revelations from the NTSB, National Transportation Safety Board investigators now coming forward with the truth, telling of the threats they endured and the silence they held for so long. Yesterday, Michael Hastings, a 33 year old reporter responsible for ending the career of renegade General Stanley McChrystal, died in a mysterious one car accident. Hastings exposed General McChrystal as a cowboy military leader, unanswerable to civilian command, oblivious to the rules of war and a general more inclined to worry about keeping the flow of heroin from Afghanistan going than anything else.