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(Washington Times)   So, what was more fictional: Nelson DeMille's novel about the shoot down of TWA 800 or the Government's account?   (washingtontimes.com ) divider line
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2013-06-19 02:45:11 PM  
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I typically crap all over conspiracies.  But when six members of the NTSB investigation team come forward and say the investigation was rigged, that gets my attention.  NTSB investigations are usually focused on transparency, regardless of whose toes get stepped on.  And the folks who do the investigation care more about being right than about being popular.  So for those folks to have come forward and say the evidence didn't show what they said it did at the time, something would seem to be different here.
2013-06-19 02:49:19 PM  
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Ricardo Klement: Heinrich von Eckardt: [img.fark.net image 247x204]

The great thing is that people think they're making some kind of brilliant observation.

"Look!  A big hole!  That must be where the missile hit!"

Frequently, where the big hole is and where missiles hit are not the same.


Yeah, it's not like they're literally rebuilding an air plane that crashed into the farking ocean from the pieces they could find.
2013-06-19 02:12:54 PM  
1 vote:
Just finished The Gate House.  Love me some DeMille.
2013-06-19 01:46:16 PM  
1 vote:
C) Everything in The Washington Times
2013-06-19 01:45:00 PM  
1 vote:
I really, really hate conspiracy theories in general, but especially ones that shiat on the graves of innocent people.   The maker of this crap should be ashamed of himself, as well as the people who help push it on the public.

Including you, subtard.
2013-06-19 01:40:38 PM  
1 vote:
The novel. Which is why it's called a novel. Next question?
 
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