Relentless Pursuit of Truth with Thorough Detail – A Review of TWA 800: The Crash, the Cover-Up and the Conspiracy

Just posted on Amazon.com:

As a reader of Jack Cashill’s excellent American Thinker articles, particularly the ones pertaining to TWA 800, I was excited to discover the release of this book, which I read in one sitting. Not only is it well researched, documented, and organized, the author’s writing style draws you in and compels you to keep turning the pages.

While hardly surprising, the painstaking detailing of government corruption — from silencing and discrediting witnesses, to instructing the FBI to tamper with evidence to fit the desired narrative, to arresting two innocent people who dared to uncover to the truth — should make every American angry. Cashill connects the dots and provides ample evidence to support his assertions. He also recounts his biased treatment by the media, including the supposedly “fair and balanced” network, in branding him a “conspiracy theorist” and giving him a ridiculously short amount of time to address complex questions and respond to criticism.

In terms of the witnesses themselves, what surprised me the most was that many were aviation and military professionals — not attention-seekers after their “fifteen minutes of fame.” Their passion for and relentless pursuit of truth, along with the author’s, provides a stark contrast to the self-aggrandizing bureaucrats and government “leaders” complicit in the election year cover-up. Using the example of Rep. Kurt Weldon, the book is also cautionary tale for any honest person who seeks and serves political office for noble reasons and dares to take a stand for justice.

The corruption at every level of government is staggering: how these people live with themselves is beyond comprehension.

To skeptics and believers alike, all I can say is read the book before you draw any conclusions. And thank you, Jack Cashill, for your tireless efforts to uncover the truth about TWA 800.

To purchase the book, click here.

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What Really Happened to TWA Flight 800?

Yesterday, I discussed my avid interest in Air Disasters. Today, I came across this provocative piece from American Thinker on the crash of TWA Flight 800 – an event presented as the result of faulty maintenance on the part of the airline:

But as Jack Cashill notes, there are still numerous unanswered questions about this disaster, which took place three years after the 1993 WTC bombing, five years before 9/11 and a few months prior to the presidential election:

Mike Wire, a no-nonsense millwright and U.S. Army vet, watched events unfold from the Beach Lane Bridge in Westhampton on Long Island. Wire had seen a white light traveling skyward from the ground at approximately a 40-degree angle, sparkling and zigzagging before culminating in a massive fireball.

To control the information flow, the White House hit upon a strategy that dazzled in its simplicity and in its sheer nerve. The Clintons’ trusted point person, Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelick, took the investigation away from the professionals in the National Transportation Safety Board and gave it to the amateurs of the FBI. There was one reason why. The FBI reported to Gorelick. The NTSB did not.

This was illegal, of course, but the media had a president to re-elect soon enough, and they were not about to scruple over details. The second part of the strategy was as simple as the first. The FBI would talk only to The New York Times. This essentially made the Times Gorelick’s Ministry of Truth.

Of the 270 eyewitnesses who told the FBI they saw what looked like a missile strike on TWA Flight 800, the Times would interview exactly none. Fearing perhaps the loss of their privileged status and trusting the FBI more than they should have, the Times people followed the FBI lead. The other media, some grudgingly, followed the Times.

Four weeks after the disaster, the Times would report, “Now that investigators say they think the center fuel tank did not explode, they say the only good explanations remaining are that a bomb or a missile brought down the plane.” Likely under White House pressure, and without any new evidence, the FBI immediately shifted its storyline away from a missile to a bomb, and a month later, from a bomb to a center fuel tank explosion.

As each week passed, the Clintons had to be stunned that so obvious a truth remained so thoroughly ignored. 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 — the 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.

Read the full piece at American Thinker.

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