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TWA800 - Navy pilot saw Aegis-class warship in area
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m***@gmail.com
2018-05-16 23:34:30 UTC
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NEW DISCLOSURES ABOUT TWA FLIGHT 800
By Reed Irvine and Cliff Kincaid
AIM
03/18/98
The MSNBC cable channel is getting a lot of mileage out of
President Clinton's latest sex scandal. Ratings are up so
much that Chris Matthews political show, Hardball, has been
expanded to an hour. But another more serious
scandal-this one involving the deaths of 230
people-deserves at least some coverage. The Village Voice
newspaper in New York has just published an interview with
a credible witness who saw a vessel or ship in the area off
Long Island about the time that TWA Flight 800 blew up.
The sensational implication is that this ship might be
connected to the eyewitness reports of a missile striking the
aircraft.
The Village Voice is a newspaper with a left-wing bent, but
this story goes beyond ideology. As you know, Accuracy in
Media has consistently been questioning the government's
suggestion that fuel vapors in the central fuel tank could
have caused an explosion which brought the plane down.
There is simply no evidence for this dubious theory. Based
on the testimony of eyewitnesses and other experts, the
evidence suggests that a missile or missiles brought the plane
down. The real debate is whether the missiles came from a
Navy ship, conducting exercises in the area, or from
terrorists.
This issue is far more important than what Monica Lewinsky
did with President Clinton. After all, nobody died in that
scandal. In contrast, the TWA case raises the issue of a
high-level cover-up over what caused the deaths of 230
people. Is the truth too embarrassing to disclose? Or is it
being withheld for national security reasons because it
betrays our vulnerability to terrorist attack?
In the wake of the Village Voice expose, the evidence of
cover-up can no longer be ignored. The Village Voice adds
new information to the story by quoting a former Navy pilot
named Dean Seward as saying that he saw a warship about
three miles offshore. Seward says he recognized the vessel
as being one of the Aegis-class. These are highly
computerized ships armed with surface-to-air missiles
powerful enough to down a jumbo jet. Seward thought
it was a U.S. Navy ship, but other information now
indicates that it could have been a Canadian ship
participating in a joint exercise.
We now know that there was a Navy exercise off the
Long Island Coast that evening. The Voice notes that
there is evidence that the FBI was actively investigating the
possibility that remnants of a drone missile were recovered
from the ocean floor.
The Navy, of course, has denied any role in the destruction
of TWA Flight 800. The Navy claimed its only ship near the
crash site was the USS Normandy, then 185 miles away.
But the Navy has not been entirely candid in telling the
public what transpired that night. It has had to admit that it
had three submarines in the area, after having denied having
any vessels there. In any case, the government's theory of
what happened has been further discredited. It's time to get
to the bottom of this cover-up.
Ron
I agree.........most likely a surface to air missile. What's a 'drone' missile? Do any missiles have pilots onboard?
Iggy
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2018-05-16 23:56:43 UTC
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Post by m***@gmail.com
NEW DISCLOSURES ABOUT TWA FLIGHT 800
By Reed Irvine and Cliff Kincaid
AIM
03/18/98
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Post by m***@gmail.com
I agree.........most likely a surface to air missile. What's a 'drone' missile? Do any missiles have pilots onboard?
Iggy
Wow! the resurgence of a kOOky kONSPiraCY from 1998! Happy 20th birthday kOoKy
kONSPiraCY.

Here is the only surviving copy of the alt.disasters.aviation FAQ I could find.
See if this helps.

http://www.thirtythousandfeet.com/a-d-a.htm

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2018-05-17 09:08:09 UTC
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On Thu, 17 May 2018 09:56:43 +1000, Government Shill #2
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Post by m***@gmail.com
NEW DISCLOSURES ABOUT TWA FLIGHT 800
By Reed Irvine and Cliff Kincaid
AIM
03/18/98
<snip>
Post by m***@gmail.com
I agree.........most likely a surface to air missile. What's a 'drone' missile? Do any missiles have pilots onboard?
Iggy
Wow! the resurgence of a kOOky kONSPiraCY from 1998! Happy 20th birthday kOoKy
kONSPiraCY.
Here is the only surviving copy of the alt.disasters.aviation FAQ I could find.
See if this helps.
http://www.thirtythousandfeet.com/a-d-a.htm
It took the poster 20 years to come up with a reply. How long do
you think it will take to read that?
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2018-05-17 21:39:29 UTC
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Post by KWills Shill #3
On Thu, 17 May 2018 09:56:43 +1000, Government Shill #2
Post by Government Shill #2
Post by m***@gmail.com
NEW DISCLOSURES ABOUT TWA FLIGHT 800
By Reed Irvine and Cliff Kincaid
AIM
03/18/98
<snip>
Post by m***@gmail.com
I agree.........most likely a surface to air missile. What's a 'drone' missile? Do any missiles have pilots onboard?
Iggy
Wow! the resurgence of a kOOky kONSPiraCY from 1998! Happy 20th birthday kOoKy
kONSPiraCY.
Here is the only surviving copy of the alt.disasters.aviation FAQ I could find.
See if this helps.
http://www.thirtythousandfeet.com/a-d-a.htm
It took the poster 20 years to come up with a reply. How long do
you think it will take to read that?
He'll never read it, but it was a fun exercise for me locating it again after
all these years.

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joeturn
2018-05-17 06:25:17 UTC
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NEW DISCLOSURES ABOUT TWA FLIGHT 800
By Reed Irvine and Cliff Kincaid
AIM
03/18/98
The MSNBC cable channel is getting a lot of mileage out of
President Clinton's latest sex scandal. Ratings are up so
much that Chris Matthews political show, Hardball, has been
expanded to an hour. But another more serious
scandal-this one involving the deaths of 230
people-deserves at least some coverage. The Village Voice
newspaper in New York has just published an interview with
a credible witness who saw a vessel or ship in the area off
Long Island about the time that TWA Flight 800 blew up.
The sensational implication is that this ship might be
connected to the eyewitness reports of a missile striking the
aircraft.
The Village Voice is a newspaper with a left-wing bent, but
this story goes beyond ideology. As you know, Accuracy in
Media has consistently been questioning the government's
suggestion that fuel vapors in the central fuel tank could
have caused an explosion which brought the plane down.
There is simply no evidence for this dubious theory. Based
on the testimony of eyewitnesses and other experts, the
evidence suggests that a missile or missiles brought the plane
down. The real debate is whether the missiles came from a
Navy ship, conducting exercises in the area, or from
terrorists.
This issue is far more important than what Monica Lewinsky
did with President Clinton. After all, nobody died in that
scandal. In contrast, the TWA case raises the issue of a
high-level cover-up over what caused the deaths of 230
people. Is the truth too embarrassing to disclose? Or is it
being withheld for national security reasons because it
betrays our vulnerability to terrorist attack?
In the wake of the Village Voice expose, the evidence of
cover-up can no longer be ignored. The Village Voice adds
new information to the story by quoting a former Navy pilot
named Dean Seward as saying that he saw a warship about
three miles offshore. Seward says he recognized the vessel
as being one of the Aegis-class. These are highly
computerized ships armed with surface-to-air missiles
powerful enough to down a jumbo jet. Seward thought
it was a U.S. Navy ship, but other information now
indicates that it could have been a Canadian ship
participating in a joint exercise.
We now know that there was a Navy exercise off the
Long Island Coast that evening. The Voice notes that
there is evidence that the FBI was actively investigating the
possibility that remnants of a drone missile were recovered
from the ocean floor.
The Navy, of course, has denied any role in the destruction
of TWA Flight 800. The Navy claimed its only ship near the
crash site was the USS Normandy, then 185 miles away.
But the Navy has not been entirely candid in telling the
public what transpired that night. It has had to admit that it
had three submarines in the area, after having denied having
any vessels there. In any case, the government's theory of
what happened has been further discredited. It's time to get
to the bottom of this cover-up.
Ron
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KWills Shill #3
2018-05-17 09:07:56 UTC
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On Wed, 16 May 2018 16:34:30 -0700 (PDT), ***@gmail.com wrote:

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Post by m***@gmail.com
I agree.........most likely a surface to air missile. What's a 'drone' missile? Do any missiles have pilots onboard?
Iggy
Replying to a post from 1998 in 2018?
Why?
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