Wednesday, 20 July 2011

CIA Knowingly Released False TWA 800 Video, Reported Directly to President Clinton

Within recently obtained CIA emails, agents admit that their video produced to explain eyewitness accounts from the 1996 crash of TWA Flight 800 did not match the evidence. In one email, an agent states that the video "could not possible (sic) match the radar data" that recorded the aircraft as it fell to the ocean.

In another, an agent discusses briefing then FBI Director Louis Freeh and President Clinton. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is by law, the government's lead agency in investigating commercial airline disasters. The CIA video did not "accommodate" NTSB-imposed time constraints on the crash sequence, according to a CIA agent in yet another email.

The CIA video is the one that shows the aircraft performing an impossible "zoom climb" after the forward section of the fuselage has (hypothetically) sheered off (as opposed to the entire aricraft falling apart as it exploded). There are 4 problems with this model.

1. It does not match ground witness descriptions of the event.

2. It does not match airborne witness descriptions of the event.

3. It does not match the radar record of the event.

4. It is physically impossible for the aircraft to continue flying when its centre of gravity is altered so dramatically. The aircraft would likely pitch up, being massively tail heavy, flipping over to a point where it would stall and fall like a 300 ton stone.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, July 20th, 2011.]

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