Sunday, July 30, 2006

TWA Flight 800 Federal Law Suit for ‘missing evidence’ Filed

Flight 800 Independent Researchers Organization (FIRO) is filing a federal complaint against the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) for data and information related to the crash of TWA Flight 800. Specifically, FIRO is suing for documents regarding the chain of custody of evidence.

One wreckage item in particular (the missile) was described as possibly being the “smoking gun” by FIRO Chairman Dr. Tom Stalcup. The wreckage exited Flight 800’s airframe at apparent supersonic speeds and landed about a half mile closer to JFK airport than any other piece of wreckage. The Navy recovered it, but it never made it to the reconstruction hangar.

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