Sept 28, 2022 18:00:02 GMT
Post by Shep on Sept 28, 2022 18:00:02 GMT
TWA Flight 800
US Navy Shot Down TWA-800 July 1996 killed 230.
Sept 2022 Is it TIME for truth at long last?
A MISSILE downed the plane, NOT the fuel tank.
Jack Cashill asks President Trump to reopen probe.
U.S. Navy shot down TWA Flight 800 in the Atlantic as it left New York, and the CIA covered it up. Families of the victims have now filed a lawsuit against the government after FOIA documents emerged. The Navy was testing out new technology to shoot down planes and missiles. CIA and FBI covered it up, blaming Boeing.thenewamerican.com/confirmed-us-navy-shot-down-twa-800-families-file-suit
TWA Flight 800 Boeing 747 went down off Long Island in July 1996, killing all 230 on board, including 16 French-club students from Montoursville, Pa. James Kallstrom Died at 78 in July, 2021 - he led FBI review of TWA crash.
CIA, FBI and Clinton mafia orchestrated the cover-up.
Will President Trump reopen the investigation?
The TWA vets lost 53 of their colleagues aboard that plane. They dont buy the government line that a rogue spark blew up the center fuel tank.www.wnd.com/2019/05/did-trump-send-twa-800-signal-at-montoursville
July 1996 TWA Flight 800 was destroyed off the coast of Long Island shortly after taking off from JFK Airport bound for Paris, killing 230. The US Navy probably shot it down with a missile, it was not caused by a fuel tank. Investigative reporter Jack Cashill wrote a book on it.thefederalist.com/2018/09/18/need-know-intelligence-agencies-covered-1996-crash-twa-800/TWA 800
The Crash, the Cover-Up, and the Conspiracy
by Jack Cashill
Thank you Jack Cashill. I have followed his work on this for 20 years.
Feb 23, 2023 19:46:09 GMT
Post by Shep on Feb 23, 2023 19:46:09 GMT
1983 Mayday: Air Disaster heading to Winnipeg Air Canada 143 Becomes Powerless And Falls From The Sky .
Low pressure warnings on fuel pumps.
As the pilot on board Air Canada 143 descends, he loses one engine, then another. The huge Boeing is powerless and falling from the sky – it won’t make it to Winnipeg. Pearson and Quintal need to find a closer place to land.
Season 5 Episode 2 "Gimli Glider": July 23, 1983 - It’s a calm summer evening. Air Canada flight 143 is on its way to Edmonton from Montreal. There are 61 passengers and 8 crew members on board.
Captain Bob Pearson and First Officer Maurice Quintal are both veteran pilots, but they’re flying a new automated Boeing 767. They’re still getting to know the new state-of-the-art plane.
Mid-way through the flight, things begin to go horribly wrong. A warning goes off indicating low pressure in one of the plane’s fuel pumps, then minutes later another one goes off for another fuel pump. The plane is in danger of running out of fuel. Pearson decides to land as soon as possible.youtu.be/9wnja3h70DM
This is one I never heard of.
I've followed many plane crashs.