Thursday, April 03, 2008


Just days after Ron Brown's plane crashed in Croatia, a U.S. military transport carrying the dead touched down at Dover AFB.

In his latest article, Jack Cashill reminds us of the day Ron Brown died, the aftermath, and the still unanswered questions. There's an Obama angle as well. From the WND article:

In early December 1997, after 18 months of successful damage control by the White House, the black community in Chicago finally learned of the anomalies in the death of Ron Brown.

Bill Clinton's secretary of commerce, Brown had dreamed of becoming America's first black president from the time he was a little boy. And although he was, as Joe Biden might have put it, as "articulate and bright and clean" as Barack Obama, he never got the chance.

Brown died on April 3, 1996 – 12 years ago today – when the U.S. Air Force plane in which he and 34 others were flying crashed "inexplicably" into a Croatian mountainside near Dubrovnik.--continue reading.

Remember Bill Clinton at Brown's funeral? Poor guy. He was so emotionally conflicted that even I felt his pain, and I know you did too. But just in case your memory's faded, let Rush Limbaugh bring it all back into focus:

Jack Cashill's website

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