Re: Reader's Analysis of TWA 800 Crash (fwd)

J. D. (
Tue, 12 Nov 1996 18:11:50 -0500 (EST)

*caveat lector*. This means, "reader beware." In other words, it
is up to the reader to form her/his own judgements as to the

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Date: Sun, 10 Nov 1996 15:17:32 -0800
From: Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Reader's Analysis of TWA 800 Crash (fwd)

> Do you really think anyone could keep hundreds of US sailors quiet after they
> witnessed one of their own missiles shoot down a civilian plane? Three
> drinks along and the story would have been blurted out in any Norfolk bar.
> This Salinger story is the Zimmerman Telegram of the 1990's and is a French
> design to keep the US out of Africa and the Middle East.

This is extremely naive. Hundreds of US sailors of the USS Liberty,
which had been attacked by Israel (with rockets, cannon, napalm and
torpedoes) in 1967, were kept quiet for years under penalty of
court-martial and long sentences in the brig. They suffered 34 dead and
171 wounded! Americans never learned the truth until Jim Ennes' book
came out in '79--12 years later.

Did any sailor who took part in the shooting down of the Iranian Airbus
ever say a word? Or the ones on the USS Stark who were attacked by our
ally, Iraq? An inquiry was conducted by the navy but we never heard the

What about the sailors on the destroyer in the Gulf of Tonkin, which was
supposedly attacked by N. Vietnam? Did they ever say a word about it?
This phony attack started the Vietnam War.

What about all the attacks our wonderful boys conducted against the
German and Japanese navies while we were "neutral" in 1940-41? Did one
of them ever say a word about it?

What about the navy personnel who participated in the autopsy of JFK at
Bethesda Naval Hospital?

The writer has no idea of the fear which the military can create in its
personnel, or how low it will stoop to create that fear.

This is the same US Navy which framed a dead victim of its negligence in
the explosion of the USS Iowa's gun turret. Not only did they frame him
but, for good measure, said he was a homosexual to boot.

Anyway, how do we really know that there was only one US ship within 180
miles of Long Island that evening? All we know is what the navy tells
us, and the navy tells us they didn't do it. That doesn't mean they did,
but it doesn't mean they didn't, either.

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