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  • Fred O'Malley
    I AM THE PALE HORSEMAN
    • Apr 2013
    • 171471

    CONSPIRACY: TWA Flight 800 Documentary – Top 10 Facts You Need To Know

    This story is a MUST READ!

    Many of us remember the terrible tragedy of Trans World Airlines (TWA) Flight 800, which crashed off the coast of East Moriches, Long Island, on July 17, 1996 en route from JFK International Airport to Paris, France, killing all 230 people on-board.

    At the time of the crash, and the subsequent four-year-long investigation that included reports from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), the TWA, the Airline Pilots Association (APA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and third party accident investigators, the official statement was that it was caused by a gas tank explosion due to a spark from a damaged wire.

    But not everyone believes that, and producers of a new documentary on the crash, appropriately titled TWA Flight 800, aim to prove that the second deadliest plane crash in U.S. history wasn’t an accident at all, but that it was shot down.

    Their line-up of credible experts is pretty incredible, too. The three men actually worked on the initial investigation. The Daily Mail reports:

    Among the skeptics who worked on the investigation are Hank Hughes, a senior accident investigator, Bob Young, a TWA investigator, and Jim Speer, an accident investigator for the Airline Pilots Association.

    The documentary features interviews with these key members of the original investigation team, who now claim that their investigation was systematically undermined.

    All three aforementioned whistleblowers, who are now retired, claim that they were placed under a gag order by the NTSB. And while they apparently fall short of naming an exact cause of the explosion that brought TWA Flight 800 down in the documentary, their acknowledgement that the official cause statement is false corroborates what more than 736 eyewitness accounts reported to the media and FBI following the tragedy: that they saw a missile hit the plane.

    Here are the top 10 facts you need to know on the conspiracy theories surrounding the missile strike of TWA Flight 800 so YOU can be "in the know" when you watch the documentary on EPIX, on Wednesday, July 17, the 17th anniversary of the tragedy.

    1. Explosive Residue Found

    2. 736 Claim They Saw a Missile (Or Two!) Hit the Aircraft

    3. Media Blackout

    TWA 800 Crash Conspiracy: Top 10 Facts You Need to Know | Heavy.com
    Government is a DISEASE - FREEDOM is the CURE
    Integrity is doing the right thing when no one else is watching.
    “Men fear thought as they fear nothing else on earth — more than ruin, more even than death. Thought is subversive and revolutionary, destructive and terrible, thought is merciless to privilege, established institutions, and comfortable habits; thought is anarchic and lawless, indifferent to authority, careless of the well-tried wisdom of the ages. Thought looks into the pit of hell and is not afraid … Thought is great and swift and free, the light of the world, and the chief glory of man.”Bertrand Russell, Why Men Fight
  • WitchesChild
    Pagan Heart
    • May 2013
    • 1584

    #2
    Video Title: Opie & Anthony - TWA Flight 800 Conspiracy (6-21-2013)
    Channel: Logan HighestPrimate - YouTube
    YT user: HighestPrimate
    Video Description: Jim watches a TWA Flight 800 documentary, he has some questions. (6/21/2013)

    (this is a radio show clip)

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    • WitchesChild
      Pagan Heart
      • May 2013
      • 1584

      #3
      Video Title: Conspiracy Confirmed! TWA Flight 800 Whistleblowers Speak Out -- NTSB
      Channel: YouTube
      YT user: RevolutionNewz
      Video Description: Published on Jun 20, 2013

      Real News @ http://RevolutionNews.US — (Before It's News) We learn tonight that the crash of TWA Flight 800 off of the coast of New York back in 1996 was much more than we had been previously told as whistleblowers have come out stating that the NTSB told them to lie by placing gag orders on this entire episode of American history in another US government coverup now falling to pieces. Think that the crash of TWA's flight 800 wasn't a cover-up or a conspiracy? Then you haven't read the latest...

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      • WitchesChild
        Pagan Heart
        • May 2013
        • 1584

        #4
        Conspiracy Confirmed! TWA Flight 800 Whistleblowers Speak Out – NTSB Told Them To Lie

        We learn tonight that the crash of TWA Flight 800 off of the coast of New York back in 1996 was much more than we had been previously told as whistleblowers have come out stating that the NTSB told them to lie by placing gag orders on this entire episode of American history in another US government coverup now falling to pieces. Think that the crash of TWA’s flight 800 wasn’t a cover-up or a conspiracy? Then you haven’t read the latest. (An outstanding video on the coverup of TWA Flight 800 also below):

        A group of whistleblowers, including a number of aviation experts, have come forward in a new documentary to claim that the official explanation for the crash of TWA Flight 800 was wrong and a gas tank explosion did not bring down the flight off the coast of New York.

        In fact, the whistleblower team, which includes among its members investigators who at the time worked for the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), TWA, and the Airline Pilots Association, all of whom have since retired from their positions, have now claimed that during the incident, they were all placed under a gag order by the NTSB. The NTSB subsequently ended up falsifying the official conclusion of the cause of the crash. The whistleblowers said that they would say much more on a Wednesday media interview as the lies of the US government are quickly now falling apart. Much more below.


        Benghazi ‘Narrative’ Reads Like TWA 800′s. To sustain the lie, however, insiders had to tell more lies still. The FBI would fabricate a second interview with Witness No. 73 that never took place. The CIA — yes, that CIA — would fabricate a second interview with Mike Wire that also never took place. NTSB insiders would lie outright about what Joseph Delgado saw, but the election came and went without anyone even knowing who these people were. In 1996, however, there was no ubiquitous internet, no Facebook, no YouTube. Fox News came online only later that year. It would have been impossible for any White House to pull this massive a misdirection off in 2012 so close to home. America would have seen videos of the shoot-down online before the White House could control the information flow.

        TWA Flight 800: 16 Years and Still No Questions. In the year 2000, investigative reporter James Sanders came to Kansas City to talk about his research into the fate of TWA flight 800, the plane that crashed into the waters off Long Island on July 17, 1996, sixteen years ago today. Sanders chose Kansas City because the town had historically been the headquarters for TWA. As a result, many pilots, mechanics, and flight attendants still lived there. The audience was filled with them. Almost to a person, they believed what he was saying — the plane had been shot out of the sky.


        Investigating the Mystery of TWA 800. Sunday, July 17th, marked the 15th anniversary of the explosion of TWA Flight 800 off the coast of Long Island, New York at approximately 8:30 p.m., 12 minutes after it left New York’s Kennedy Airport heading for Paris, killing all 230 people aboard. To commemorate this tragic event, AIM gathered a group of people who have looked into this event, each bringing his own insights and knowledge of the case to the table.

        Mystery of TWA Flight 800 Lives On. The last active lawsuit seeking to get to the truth of what happened back on July 17, 1996, when TWA 800 blew up off the coast of Long Island, has basically reached the end of the line.[Ray] Lahr is a former Navy pilot, engineer and crash investigator, who spent more than 30 years with United Air Lines, the last 20 of those as a safety representative for the Air Line Pilots Association. He received the Air Safety Award, the highest honor given by the Air Line Pilots Association, and was an engineer, who designed and patented the Jeppesen Computer, which is widely used by airline pilots. Ray Lahr became interested in the case as events unfolded. But he chose to get involved after watching a CIA-produced animation of the government’s scenario of what happened to TWA 800.

        Video Title: Conspiracy?: TWA Flight 800
        Channel: YouTube
        YT user: VidTruth
        Uploaded on Jan 22, 2011

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        • Fred O'Malley
          I AM THE PALE HORSEMAN
          • Apr 2013
          • 171471

          #5
          Passenger List: TWA Flight 800
          Trans World Airlines Flight 800 was carrying 230 people, including four cockpit crew members and 14 flight attendants.

          Below is a list of those on board, according to family, friends or officials (ages and occupations given where available), from The Associated Press.

          Clicking on a highlighted name will take you to a short biography of that person. An asterick (*) next to a name indicates that the person has been positively identified.

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          * Aikens-Bellamy, Sandra, 49, off-duty TWA employee, of New York City
          * Aikey, Jessica, student from Montoursville, Pa.
          * Alex, Christian, France
          Alexander, Matthew, 20, a student at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, N.C., traveling to Dijon, France, to study, of Florence, S.C.
          Allen, Ashton, 15, of Marietta, Ga.
          * Allen, Otis Lamar, of Marietta, Ga. (father of Ashton Allen).
          * Amlund, Svein, Norway
          * Anderson, J. Edward, 49, financial planner for Allmerica, of Warson Woods, Mo. (married to Patricia Anderson)
          * Anderson, Patricia, 42, of Warson Woods, Mo. (married to Jay Anderson)
          * Anderson, Seana Michele

          * Babb, David, 13, of Volant, Pa. (nephew of Clara and Namik Ersoz)
          * Baszczewski, Daniel, student from Montoursville, Pa.
          * Beatty, Charles, 50, senior systems engineer with the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Dahlgren, Va.; of Spotsylvania, Va.
          * Becker, Michelle, 19, a student at Georgia State University in Atlanta, of St. Petersburg, Fla.
          * Bellazoug, Myriam, 30, architect, of Paris.
          Benjamin, Arthur, high school computer science teacher, of Philadelphia.
          Benjamin, Joan
          * Berthe, Line, Belleville, France
          * Berthe, Maurice, Belleville, France
          *Bluestone, Nicolas, Pound Ridge, N.Y.
          * Bohlin, Michelle, student from Montoursville, Pa.
          * Bossuyt, Luc, employee of Bristol-Myers, of Trumbull, Conn.
          * Bouhs, Leonie, France
          * Bower, Jordan, student from Montoursville, Pa.
          * Braman-Mosberg, Rosemary, 47, off-duty TWA employee, of Hoboken, N.J.
          * Breistroff, Michel, 25, French hockey player who graduated from Harvard in 1995
          * Brooks, Edwin, 81, former executive vice president of Taco Industries, of Edgartown, Mass. (married to Ruth Brooks)
          * Brooks, Ruth, 79, of Edgartown, Mass. (married to Edwin Brooks)
          * Buttaroni, Mirko, 26, bank employee, of Fano, Italy (married to Monica Omiccioli).

          * Caillaud, Anthony, Cerizay, France
          * Caillaud, Daniel, Deux Sevres, France
          * Callas, Dan J. , 22, TWA Flight 800 crew, of Philadelphia
          * Campbell, Richard G. , 63, TWA Flight 800 flight engineer, of Ridgefield, Conn.
          Carven, Jay, 9, of Bel Air, Md. (son of Paula Carven)
          * Carven, Paula, off-duty TWA flight attendant and part-time real-estate agent, of Bel Air, Md. (mother of Jay Carven)
          * Cayrol, Jacques, Montpelier, France
          * Chaillou, Jenny, France
          * Chanson, Ludovic, 11, exchange student returning to family, of Garancieres, France
          * Charbonnier, Jacques, 66, TWA flight 800 crew, of Northport, N.Y.
          Charbonnier, Constance, 49, TWA flight 800 crew, of Northport, N.Y.
          * Chemtob, Monique, Los Angeles
          * Christopher, Janet, 48, TWA flight 800 crew, of Brodheadsville, Pa.
          * Coiner, Constance, 48, associate professor of English and literature at State University of New York at Binghamton, of Binghamton, N.Y. (mother of Ana Duarte Coiner)
          * Coiner, Ana Duarte, 12, of Binghamton, N.Y. (Constance Coiner's daughter)
          * Cox, Monica, student from Montoursville, Pa.
          * Crandell, Pamela, 28, a first-grade teacher, of Tracy Landing, Md.
          * Cremades, Daniel, France

          * Dadi, Marcel, 46, French musician who helped spread Chet Atkins' style of guitar-playing across Europe and was returning home after being honored at Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tenn.
          * D'Alessandro, Anna, of Palo del Colle, Italy (married to Giuseppe Mercurio)
          * Darley, Francois, Grenoble, France
          * DeBoisredon, Cybele, Bordeaux, France
          * DeLange, Sylvain, Paris
          * DeLouvrier, Judith, 47, a philanthropist who was a trustee of her family's Philadelphia-based Connelly Foundation, of New York City
          * D'Huimieres, Dominiques, LePlessis, France
          * Dickey, Deborah, a French teacher at Montoursville school, of Williamsport, Pa. (married to Douglas Dickey)
          * Dickey, Douglas, of Williamsport, Pa. (married to Deborah Dickey)
          * D'Iorio, Christine Bailey, mother of four, waitress, of Prato, Italy (married to Pietro d'Iorio)
          * D'Iorio, Pietro, waiter, of Prato, Italy. (married to Christine Diiorio)
          * DiLuccio, Debra Collins, 47, TWA flight 800 crew, of Agropoli, Italy; formerly of Athens, Ga.
          * Dodge, Warren, 50, off-duty TWA employee, of Brentwood, N.H., and Ashland, Mass.
          * Dupont, Guy, France
          * Dwyer, Larkyn, 11, of New River, Ariz., was en route alone to visit relatives in Paris

          * Edwards, Daryl, 41, off-duty TWA service supervisor, Jersey City, N.J.
          * Ellison, Marie, Mount Vernon, N.Y.
          * Ersoz, Clara Jean, 59, anesthesiologist, of Pittsburgh (married to Namik Ersoz, aunt of David Babb).
          * Ersoz, Namik, 64, anesthesiologist, of Pittsburgh (married to Clara Ersoz, uncle of David Babb)
          * Eshleman, Douglas A. , 35, off-duty TWA flight engineer, of Aurora, Colo.
          * Estival, Alexandre

          * Feeney, Deirdre, 17, New Hyde Park, N.Y. (daughter of Vera Feeney)
          * Feeney, Kathleen, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
          Feeney, Vera, 56, home-care nurse, New Hyde Park, N.Y. (mother of Dierdre Feeney)
          * Ferrat, Mohammad, Ivory Coast
          * Foster, Rod, 61, corporate pilot for Dassault Falcon Jet Co., of Sherman, Conn.
          * Foulon, Didier, France
          * Fry, Carol, former school board member, Montoursville, Pa.
          * Furlano, Rosaria Pares, France

          * Gabor, Daniel, 27, ran middle-distances for University of Arkansas, of Fayetteville, Ark., and Walnut Creek, Calif.
          * Gaetke, Dan, 33, owned landscaping business and taught elementary school art; of Kansas City, Mo. Traveling to France to study gardens with wife. (married to Stephanie Gaetke)
          * Gaetke, Stephanie, 33, owned landscaping business; of Kansas City, Mo. (wife of Dan Gaetke, cousin of Chrisha and Brenna Siebert).
          * Gallagher, Claire, student from Montoursville, Pa.
          Galland, Jean Paul
          * Gasq, Clair, France
          * Gasq, Francis, Palm Harbor, Fla.
          * Gough, Analei Ralli, off-duty TWA flight attendant, of Mill Valley, Calif. (married to Donald Gough)
          * Gough, Capt. Donald, off-duty TWA pilot, of Mill Valley, Calif., and Incline Village, Nev. (married to Analei Gough)
          * Graham, Steven, 38, a marketing director for the long-distance phone company Ameritel, of Napa, Calif.
          * Gray, Charles H. III, 47, president and chief operating officer of Midland Financial Group, Inc., of Little Rock, Ark.
          * Greene, Renee, North Woodmere, N.Y.
          * Griffith, Donna, Westhampton, N.Y.
          * Griffith, Joanne, 39, off-duty TWA employee, of Brooklyn, N.Y.
          * Grimm, Julia, student from Montoursville, Pa.
          * Grivet, Cyril, senior lab technician at Carnegie Institution lab at Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
          * Gustin, Anne, Tampa, Fla.

          * Hammer, Beverly, 59, of Long Beach, N.Y. (mother of Tracy Hammer)
          * Hammer, Tracy, 29, graduate student in microbiology and veterinary medicine at Michigan State University, of Long Beach, N.Y. (daughter of Beverly Hammer)
          * Hansen, Lars, Groenbakken, Norway
          Harkness, Eric, 23, off-duty TWA employee, of Columbus, Ohio.
          * Harris, Chelsea, New York, N.Y.
          * Harris, Lawrence, New York
          * Haurani, Dr. Ghassan, of Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich. (married to Nina Haurani)
          * Haurani, Nina, of Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich., mother of four in their teens and early 20s. (married to Ghassan Haurani)
          * Hazelton, Sandra, of Beachwood, Ohio, a high school French teacher taking her daughter to Paris as a college graduation gift. (mother of Katrina M. Rose)
          * Hettler, Rance, student from Montoursville, Pa.
          * Hill, Susan, police detective in Portland, Ore.
          * Hochard, Jean-Pierre, France
          * Hogan, David, of Paris, a Virginia-born composer who studied at the Peabody Institute in Baltimore
          * Holst, Eric, 32, dentist, Manorville, N.Y. (husband of Virginia Holst)
          * Holst, Virginia, 31, merchandise distributor, Manorville, N.Y. (wife of Eric Holst)
          * Hull, James, 48, off-duty TWA employee, of Southampton, Pa.
          Hurd, James III, manager of a family automotive shop in Glen Burnie, Md.

          * Ingenhuett, Lonnie, 43, off-duty TWA employee, of Scottsdale, Ariz.

          * Jacquemot, Benoit, France
          * Jensen, Suzanne, 31, associate at G.E. Capital, of Greenwich, Conn.
          * Johns, Courtney, 18, recent graduate of Marian High School in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., who planned to attend Villanova University in the fall, of Clarkston, Mich.
          * Johnsen, Arlene E. , 60, TWA Flight 800 flight attendant, owned a bed and breakfast, of Grand Junction, Colo.
          * Johnson, Eleanor, 50, retired vice president of editing firm, of Springfield, Va. (married to Leonard Johnson)
          * Johnson, Jed, 47, interior designer, of New York.
          Johnson, Leonard, 53, mechanical engineer, of Springfield, Va. (married to Eleanor Johnson)
          * Jones, Ramona, 61, retired hospital employee; West Hartford, Conn.

          * Karschner, Amanda, student from Montoursville, Pa.
          * Kevorkian, Capt. Ralph G. , 58, TWA Flight 800 pilot, of Garden Grove, Calif.
          * Krick, Oliver, 25, TWA Flight 800 flight engineer, of St. Louis.
          * Krikhan, Margot, 51, a bookkeeper at the Montessori School in Washington, Conn., of Brookfield, Conn.
          * Krukar, Andrew, 40, an engineer at the Torrington Co. in Watertown, Conn., of Bridgewater, Conn.
          * Kwan, Barbara, 40, off-duty TWA employee, of Scottsdale, Ariz.
          * Kwiat, Kimberly, 26, of Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. (sister of Patricia Kwiat)
          * Kwiat, Patricia, 21, student at Notre Dame University, of Briarcliff, N.Y. (sister of Kimberly Kwiat)

          * Labys, Jane, 51, a real estate agent from Morgantown, W.Va.
          * Lacailledesse, Antoine, France
          * LaForge, Alain, Hermelinghen, France
          * Lamour, Yvon, France
          * Lang, Raymond, 51, TWA Flight 800 crew, of Tafton, Pa.
          * Lockhart, Maureen, 49, TWA Flight 800 crew, of Merriam, Kan.
          * Loffredo, Elaine, 50, off-duty TWA employee, of Glastonbury, Conn.
          * Lohan, Britta, Barcelona, Spain
          * Loo, Patricia, 55, retired researcher for the pharmacological firm Ciba-Geigy, of Springfield, N.J.
          * Loudenslager, Jody, Trout Run, Pa.
          * Lucien, Dalila, 17, daughter of jazz singer Jon Lucien and niece of saxophone player Wayne Shorter, who were not on the flight. (niece of Anna Maria Shorter)
          * Luevano, Jr., Elias, 42, off-duty TWA employee, of Albuquerque, N.M.
          * Lychner, Katherine, 8, of Houston (daughter of Pam Lychner)
          * Lychner, Pamela, 37, prominent Texas crime victims rights advocate, of Houston (mother of Shannon and Katie Lychner).
          * Lychner, Shannon, 10, of Houston (daughter of Pam Lychner)

          * Manchuelle, Francois, New York, N.Y.
          * Maresq, Etienne, Planquary, France
          * Maresq, Nicolas, France
          * Martin, Betty Ruth, 69, of Belleville, Ill.
          * Mazzola, Salvator, 36, of Palermo, Italy.
          * McPherson, Pamela Cobb, 45, off-duty TWA employee, of New York City
          * Meade, Sandra, 42, TWA Flight 800 crew, of Camano Island, Wash.
          * Melotin, Grace, 48, TWA Flight 800 crew, of Corona, N.Y.; Jupiter, Fla.
          Mercurio, Giuseppe, of Palo del Colle, Italy, produce-stand worker and part-owner of jewelry store near Bari, Italy (married to Anna d'Alessandro)
          * Merieux, Rudolphe, son of the president of the pharmaceutical company Merieux Laboratories in Lyons, France (his father was not on the plane)
          Meshulam, Avishaim
          * Michel, Pascal, Montpellier, France
          * Miller, Amy, 29, hardware store comptroller, of Andreas, Pa. (married to Kyle Miller)
          * Miller, Elizabeth, in her 50s, of Tenafly, N.J. (married to Robert Miller)
          * Miller, Gideon, 57, off-duty TWA pilot, of Sarasota, Fla.
          * Miller, Joan, Fairfield, Conn.
          * Miller, Kyle, 29, hardware store co-owner, of Andreas, Pa. (married to Amy Miller; their trip was to celebrate fifth wedding anniversary)
          * Miller, Robert, 62, Tenafly borough administrator, of Tenafly, N.J. (married to Elizabeth Miller).
          Murta, Angela

          * Nelson, Alecia, New York
          Nelson, Twyla, New York
          * Nibert, Cheryl, student from Montoursville, Pa.
          * Notes, Gadi, 29, senior associate at investment banking division of Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, Inc., Israeli citizen; New York.

          O'Hara, Caitlin, 13, of Irvington, N.Y. (daughter of Janet and John O'Hara).
          O'Hara, Janet, 39, of Irvington, N.Y. (wife of John O'Hara).
          * O'Hara, John, 39, executive producer at ABC Sports, of Irvington, N.Y. (husband of Janet O'Hara, father of Caitlin O'Hara)
          * Olsen, Rebecca Jane, 20, junior history major at University of Georgia, of Macon, Ga.
          * Omiccioli, Monica, 23, seamstress, of Fano, Italy (married to Mirko Buttaroni)
          * Orman, Alan, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
          * Ostachiewicz, Elsie, New York
          Unnamed passenger flying with Elsie Ostachiewicz

          * Paquet, Huguette, France
          * Paquet, Ingrid, France
          * Pares, Serge, New Haven, Conn.
          * Penzer, Judy, 49, artist and muralist, Pittsburgh and Lawrence, N.Y.
          * Percy, Marion, Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y.
          * Pohlmann, Rico, 62, fashion photographer, of New York City and Berlin
          Price, Dennis, investment manager, of Englewood, Colo. (married to Peggy Price)
          * Price, Peggy, United Airlines flight attendant, of Englewood, Colo. (married to Dennis Price)
          * Privette, Glenda, 46, recently resigned as personnel manager at Beaulieu Carpet Plant in Bridgeport, Ala., of Stevenson, Ala. (mother of Thomas Weatherby)
          * Puichaud, Elizabeth, France

          * Remy, Jacqueline, France
          * Rhein, Kirk (Clyde) Jr. , 43, president and chief executive of the Danielson Holding Corp., an New York insurance company, and a partner in the New York investment firm Whitman, Heffernan, Rhein & Co., of Darien, Conn.
          * Rhoads, Marit, 48, TWA Flight 800 crew, Bellevue, Wash. (married to Scott Rhoads)
          * Rhoads, Scott, 48, schoolteacher, Bellevue, Wash. (married to Marit Rhoads).
          Richey, Brent
          * Richter, Annelyse, Brousse, France
          * Richter, Noemie, Brousse, France
          * Rio, Celine
          * Rogers, Kimberly, student from Montoursville, Pa.
          * Rojany, Yon, 19, headed to Rome to try out for European basketball team, of Los Angeles
          * Romagna, Barbara, 76, of Sun City Center, Fla.
          Rose, Katrina M. , 26, of Cleveland Heights, Ohio. (daughter of Sandra Hazelton)
          * Rupert, Judith, high school secretary, Montoursville, Pa.

          * Schuldt, Michael, 51, TWA Flight 800 Crew, Safety Harbor, Fla.
          * Scott, Barbara, 39, registered nurse, of Stevenson, Ala. (married to Michael Scott)
          * Scott, Joseph, 13, of Stevenson, Ala. (son of Michael and Barbara Scott).
          * Scott, Michael, 44, physicist, of Stevenson, Ala. (married to Barbara Scott)
          * Shorter, Anna Maria, of Los Angeles, wife of saxophone player Wayne Shorter who was not on the flight (aunt of Dalila Lucien)
          * Siebert, Brenna, 25, veterinary clinic worker in Jefferson City, Mo., of Holts Summit, Mo. (sister of Chrisha Siebert, cousin of Stephanie Gaetke)
          * Siebert, Chrisha, 28, taught theater at Rockhurst College, of Kansas City, Mo. (sister of Brenna Siebert, cousin of Stephanie Gaetke)
          * Silverman, Candace, 22, of Los Angeles (daughter of Eugene and Marietta Silverman)
          Silverman, Eugene, 54, a Bel-Air, Calif., tax attorney (married to Marietta Silverman, father of Candace and Jamie)
          * Silverman, Jamie, 15, of Los Angeles (daughter of Eugene and Marietta Silverman)
          * Silverman, Marietta (Etta) , 53 (married to Eugene Silverman, mother of Candace and Jamie)
          * Simmons, Olivia, 50, schoolteacher and off-duty part-time TWA employee, Orange, N.J.
          * Skojold, Kristina, Sweden
          Snyder, Capt. Steven, 57, TWA Flight 800 pilot, Stratford, Conn.
          Story, William R. , president and chief executive officer of National American Insurance Co. of California.
          * Straus, Carine, Paris

          * Teang, Lydie, France
          * Teang, Rachama-Chan, France
          * Thiery, Josette, France
          * Tofani, Mauro, 46, a cloth merchant, of Prato, Italy.
          * Torche, Melinda, 47, TWA Flight 800 crew, Mission Viejo, Calif.

          * Uzupis, Larissa, student from Montoursville, Pa.

          * Van Epps, Lois, mid-50s, English teacher at Edgemont Junior and Senior High School in Scarsdale, N.Y., of New York City
          * Verhaeghe, Rick L. , off-duty TWA flight officer, 48, Goldsboro, N.C.
          * Von Hedrich, Joseph, Bel Air, Md.

          * Warren, Lani, 48, off-duty TWA flight service manager, San Diego, Calif.
          * Watson, Jacqueline, student from Montoursville, Pa.
          * Watson, Jill, 32, architect, of Pittsburgh; daughter of ThermoKing president James F. Watson (father was not on the flight)
          * Weatherby, Thomas, 13, of Stevenson, Ala. (son of Glenda Privette).
          Weaver, Monica, student from Montoursville, Pa.
          * Windmiller, Ruben, New Rochelle, N.Y.
          * Wolfson, Eleanor, chaperone of Montoursville, Pa., school group (mother of Wendy Wolfson)
          * Wolfson, Wendy, student from Montoursville, Pa. (daughter of Eleanor Wolfson)
          * Wolters, Bonnie, 44, of New York City, a bond trader engaged to be married to a judge who was not on the flight but had planned to join her in France next week.

          Yee, Judith, 53, former personnel executive with Bristol-Myers Corp., of New York City

          Zara, Jean
          * Ziemkiewicz, Jill, 24, TWA Flight 800 crew, of Rutherford, N.J.

          WashingtonPost.com: Flight 800 Crew and Passengers
          Government is a DISEASE - FREEDOM is the CURE
          Integrity is doing the right thing when no one else is watching.
          “Men fear thought as they fear nothing else on earth — more than ruin, more even than death. Thought is subversive and revolutionary, destructive and terrible, thought is merciless to privilege, established institutions, and comfortable habits; thought is anarchic and lawless, indifferent to authority, careless of the well-tried wisdom of the ages. Thought looks into the pit of hell and is not afraid … Thought is great and swift and free, the light of the world, and the chief glory of man.”Bertrand Russell, Why Men Fight

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          • notmenomore
            Member
            • May 2013
            • 96

            #6
            I read James Sanders' book The Downing of TWA Flight 800 even before Sanders ended up in prison for allegedly "tampering with evidence" and stealing classified material.

            The material was, of course, a few small swatches of fabric removed from seatbacks is a specific row of the airplane. In a double blind lab analysis of the swatches it was found that they contained significant traces of chemicals identical to certain solid fuel rocket propellants in use by the US Navy. The Navy, in fact, at the time the aircraft was shot down, was concluding a "Sea-Land-Air" test (at that very location) that was to be the final testing of a new, integrated multi-faceted battle platform.

            Sanders pretty conclusively demonstrated that the 747 was destroyed by bring "run through" by a dummy missile that had been "lost control of" during the military exercise.

            He ended up with a couple years in the federal slam for his trouble, and I don't think there's been much heard of Sanders since.

            Even so, it seems that everything that came up fact in the investigation did nothing to support the ludicrous NTSB "conclusion" and everything to contradict it.

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            • Crowe
              Senior Member
              • May 2013
              • 200

              #7
              If they're trying to hide something then they're lying its a simple as that. And if they're lying then the complete opposite of what they're saying is true. I haven't been following this case over the years, but its screams inside job to me.

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