Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Working to learn the truth

Jack Cashill lays out the first part of the case against the NTSB's conclusions about TWA 800. The problem with the CIA-prepared FBI animation is twofold: 1) the explanation the animation purports to show is aerodynamically impossible -- planes without a nose do not climb thousands of feet into the sky, and 2) the radar reports show that the plane did not climb. Of course, none of the hundreds of eyewitnesses saw the plane climb either.

What they witnesses say they saw was a missile hit the plane. What the CIA wanted to "prove" was that no missile was involved. By the way, why was the CIA involved in an aircraft crash investigation anyway?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

You might enjoy DeMilles "Night Fall" as some fun beach reading. A fictional account of one man's investigation of TWA 800 that sounds much like your post. Of course you've already been to the beach this summer...

8:25 PM, June 21, 2006  

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