The Shoot Down of TWA800

On July 17, 1996, at 8:19 p.m., TWA Flight 800 took off from JFK airport bound for Paris, France.  The Boeing 747-131 (N93119) had 230 passengers and crew aboard.  Off of Long Island, NY, their flight path paralleled   the northern edge of W-105.  Unknown to the crew and passengers, TWA800 was participating in a classified weapons test (GLOBAL YANKEE ’96) being conducted by the DoD inside of the restricted air space of W-105.

In response to the 1988 shoot down of Iran Air Flight 655 by the USS Vincennes, the DoD was developing a missile can discern from a hostile target and a civilian airliner.

W-105 was filled with US Navy vessels guarding “Neutral Vessels” when a target drone was launched and controlled by a P-3 Orion and headed to the coast. The missile being tested was fired from the USS Seawolf (SNN21). The Navy’s newest  SNN was participating even though it had not been commissioned yet. It would be commissioned a year later.

The Seawolf’s Cooperative Engagement Capability, which linked its weapon systems with the Aegis radar systems installed on other Navy ships participating in the exercise. Once the subsurface missile was launched, the Seawolf’s combat software no longer had control over the missile.

Witnesses saw the missile searching for a target.  When it ignored the target and homed in on TWA800 a second missile was fired to intercept the first. The second missile did intercept the first but exploded inside of TWA800.  The two explosions witnessed were nine tenths of a second apart.  The second detonation exploded the fuel inside of the center fuel tank resulting in the massive fireball.  The fireball that the CIA as TWA800 climbing was the fireball of the test missile disintegrating.

THE SHOOT DOWN OF TWA800

The full  documentary can be seen here:

Silenced: TWA 800 and the Subversion of Justice (2001)

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Intercept Missile

THE COVER UP

Since 1996, independent investigators have found the following:

  • The “Highest Levels of Government” was Hillary Clinton, protecting her husband’s re-election.
  • According to the former Navy official, the missile test was so important for the Clinton administration, it was being shown live on a Navy closed-circuit television feed at the White House.
  • The Attorney General declared the wreakage a “crime scene and required the NTSB to relinquish control of the investigation to the FBI.
  • The FBI removed evidence and altered wreckage with impunity and without notifying the NTSB.
  • Two FBI agents were caught by airport security sneaking evidence from the hangar in the early morning hours.
  • James E. Hall was a Clinton Arkansas Crony and was the Chairman of the NTSB.  The Washington Post said his only qualifications for the position was his driver’s license.
  • Jim Sanders and TWA employee Liz Sanders were arrested by the FBI and convicted of stealing evidence. The evidence was snips of passenger seat covers with missile fuel residue. 

Two U.S. Navy salvage ships, the USS Grasp and USS Grapple, were sent to Long Island waters to recover TWA wreckage.  The green area was searched by the US Navy and all debris was turned over to the NTSB.  The red area was searched by Navy SEAL divers and none of the debris recovered was turned over to the NTSB.  The yellow area was searched by both teams and it was here that the “Black Box” recorder found.

SEAL’s have come forward stating that their mission was to remove any missile parts found.

REFERENCES

  1. Callahan, Maureen, (2016),“Was TWA Flight 800’s fiery crash part of a massive cover-up?” New York Post.
  2. Cashill, Jack, (2016), TWA 800: The Crash, the Cover-Up, and the Conspiracy , Simon & Schuster
  3. Cashill and Sanders, (2003), First Strike: TWA Flight 800 and the Attack on America, HarperCollins Publishing
  4. Fisher, Max, (2013),    The Forgotten Story of Iran Air Flight 655 ,         Washington Post
  5. Schultz, Gwyneth J. , (2009),  Accusations “reckless and a mistake,, U,S. Navy

That Thing on Hillary’s Back

What the Hell is it? We post a possibility.  Any doctors out there? Feel free to weigh in.

We do not have a Doctor on staff.  We are trying to match possible electronics to the geometry of what we see.  Because we see her wear it during the debate, we eliminate any microphone or communications device. (wink,wink)

Medtronic Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) Therapy is a surgical treatment proven to reduce some of the symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease.  During DBS Therapy, a small, pacemaker-like device sends electronic signals to an area in the brain that controls movement. These signals block some of the brain messages that cause annoying and disabling motor symptoms.

The Activa® PC dual-channel neurostimulator uses electrical stimulation to manage some of the most disabling motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.  The neurostimulator is typically implanted near the collarbone.

 

The deep brain stimulator system has three parts that are implanted inside the body:

  • Neurostimulator – a programmable battery-powered pacemaker device that creates electric pulses. It is placed under the skin of the chest below the collarbone or in the abdomen.
  • Lead – a coated wire with a number of electrodes at the tip that deliver electric pulses to the brain tissue. It is placed inside the brain and connects to an extension wire through a small hole in the skull.
  • Extension – an insulated wire that connects the lead to the neurostimulator. It is placed under the skin and runs from scalp, behind the ear, down the neck, and to the chest.  [ed note: Could it not be down the back to the butt for esthetic reasons. Like when you’re trying hard to hide it.] Source- Mayfield Clinic.

You may be a candidate for DBS if you have:

  • a movement disorder with debilitating symptoms (tremor, stiffness) and your medications have begun to lose effectiveness.
  • troubling “off” periods when your medication wears off before the next dose can be taken.
  • troubling “on” periods when you develop medication-induced dyskinesias (excessive wiggling of the torso, head, and/or limbs).

DBS can help treat many of the symptoms caused by the following movement disorders:

  • Parkinson’s disease: tremor, rigidity, and slowness of movement caused by the death of dopamine-producing nerve cells responsible for relaying messages that control body movement.
  • Essential tremor: involuntary rhythmic tremors of the hands and arms, occurring both at rest and during purposeful movement. Also may affect the head in a “no-no” motion.
  • Dystonia: involuntary movements and prolonged muscle contraction, resulting in twisting or writhing body motions, tremor, and abnormal posture. May involve the entire body, or only an isolated area. Spasms can often be suppressed by “sensory tricks,” such as touching the face, eyebrows, or hands.
More than 100,000 people around the world have undergone DBS since it was first approved, in the 1990s, for the treatment of movement disorders. Today, besides providing relief for people with Parkinson’s disease, dystonia (characterized by involuntary muscle contractions) and essential tremor (Haning’s problem), DBS has been shown to be effective against Tourette’s syndrome, with its characteristic tics, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Add to that a wave of ongoing research into DBS’s promise as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder and other neuropsychiatric conditions, as well as early signs that it may improve memory in Alzheimer’s patients.
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