GOVERNACIDE: TWA Flight 800 shot down by a Navy missile?

Witness: ‘I’d be willing to bet dollars to donuts that we shot the plane down’
Published: 13 mins ago

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The impending release of a new documentary has dramatically revived media interest in the destruction of TWA Flight 800, the Paris-bound plane that blew up off the coast of Long Island in July 1996.

Although producers Tom Stalcup and Kristina Borjesson do not name names or point fingers, the video leads the viewer to believe that the U.S. Navy accidentally shot the plane down.

The video features a half-dozen truth tellers from within the investigation, and the news of it has inspired several more to step forward, including one who talked with WND about the disaster Friday.

Mack, not his real name, cautioned that his information was limited, but his insights had merit nonetheless. Mack was a crewmember on the sub, the USS Albuquerque.

This was one of three subs acknowledged by FBI spokesman James Kallstrom as being in the “immediate vicinity” of the crash site. The other two were the USS Trepang and the USS Wyoming.

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I never believed the “official version”.

I just don’t know “why”?


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One thought on “GOVERNACIDE: TWA Flight 800 shot down by a Navy missile?

  1. I don’t know who “Mack” was, but I can guarantee that he was not any crew member stationed aboard the USS Albuquerque at the time TWA Flight 700 was shot down. I was stationed aboard the Albuquerque at that time. I was a Torpedoman.I can state positively that no missiles were launched from the Albuquerque, and can say without any reasonable doubt whatsoever, that no missiles were fired by either the Trepang or the Wyoming. As soon as each of these boats pulled in to port, we had investigators of every kind on-board. All of our weapons receipt and transfer records were poured over by each subsequent set of investigators.We had investigators come to the boat numerous times thereafter to go through our records again and again. We did not have any experimental missiles on board, and, the investigations proved that we were not missing any of our weapons. Tom Stalcup and Kristina Borjesson both participate in sensationalist journalism. I am inclined to believe that this unknown Albuquerque crew member “Mack” is a figment of their imaginations. It is so very easy to cite a an unknown source of information. I am sure for many of the sheep out there, this makes for a good story. Too bad none of it is even close to the truth. These producers are truly ignorant of the way things work in the Navy, or the government for that matter. They should both be ashamed of themselves, especially Mr Stalcup. Ms. Borjesson is not even an American citizen, and as such, I will dismiss her naivety. Mr. Stalcup on the other hand IS an American citizen. Is this how you really earn your living Mr. Stalcup? By sensationalizing the work you print? By pulling these ridiculous conspiracy theories out of thin air? You are nothing more than the little boy who cried wolf. You have NOTHING to back up your claims, In a word, sir, you are a MORON. You are not a journalist sir, you are a conspiracy theorist with some sick, twisted, hidden agenda.You both disgust me. The both of you need to get a clue.

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