Thursday, July 17, 2008


Jack Cashill's latest article takes us back 12 years to an aviation disaster that, like many events during the Clinton years, leaves us with more questions than answers:

"I dedicated my book, What’s The Matter With California, to a retired United Airline pilot named Ray Lahr, “a true Californian and patriot”—and with good reason.

Today, the tireless World War II vet and his intrepid attorney, John Clarke, are all that stand in the way of the successful execution of the single most astonishing cover-up in American peacetime history.

What makes this whole event so astonishing is that TWA Flight 800 went down with 230 good souls on board in full view of literally hundreds of eyewitnesses on Long Island’s affluent south shore.

Even more astonishing, although 270 of those eyewitnesses—pilots, fishermen, surfers, military people—gave the FBI detailed accounts, many with illustrations, of a likely missile attack on the aircraft, the New York Times interviewed not a one of them." Continue reading.

Cashill has written extensively about TWA 800--more than any one investigative journalist and obviously more than the MSM. His 3-part series on Sandy Berger is eye-opening and will leave you wondering to yourself.

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