July 18, 2013. Long Island. Yesterday was the 17th anniversary of the downing of TWA 800 over New York 12 minutes after take-off. All 230 individuals on board perished. Hundreds of witnesses have come together to release a film documenting the government’s cover-up, FBI threats, and all the details that finally prove Flight 800 was shot down by a US Navy missile. Watch the full movie right here.
Exactly one month ago, Whiteout Press alerted readers to yesterday’s release of the documentary film, ‘Silenced: TWA Flight 800 and the Subversion of Justice.’ Last night, your author had the pleasure of watching the movie first-hand. It is nothing short of jaw-dropping and we strongly encourage readers and subscribers to give it a view (either below or at the other sites offering the full video).
TWA Flight 800
In that June Whiteout Press article, we quoted one film review site that described, ‘You’ll learn what the 736 official eyewitnesses actually saw – why aviators reject the CIA “cartoon” explanation – how the Feds criminally suppressed reporting – the critical witness drawings – the rigged NTSB hearings – the damning radar data and documentation – the altered physical evidence – undeniable proof of explosive residue proving a missile strike – the stinging report from the machinist union – and much more!’
Read ‘6 Inspectors admit Cover-up, ’96 TWA 800 shot down over NY’ for more information.
The website Flight800doc.com describes the film writing, ‘The documentary “TWA Flight 800” names the names and shows the faces of the individuals most responsible for misleading the public on the true cause of the crash. It also presents first-hand accounts of intimidation and threats on the part of the FBI and NTSB toward those with information that challenges the results of the official investigation.’
An account from Accuracy In Media, who is actually featured in the film, gives details regarding the movie’s creators. The publication writes, ‘The documentary was written and directed by Kristina Borjesson, who was an award-winning producer for CBS News. She was assigned to the TWA 800 story, and quickly came to believe that the official story wasn’t true, though she wasn’t allowed, in the end, to report on what she had discovered. Now, Borjesson and her associate in this project, Tom Stalcup, a physicist who has been investigating this case for many years, have brought together a number of people involved at the time in the investigation, including some from within the NTSB and TWA itself, to talk about what was covered up and how it was done.’
Quotes from the film
For readers who would like to watch the full documentary ‘Silenced: TWA 800’, scroll down to view the film right here. Or if there is a problem with the video, visit TopDocumentaryFilms.com to view it there. That independent film site lets their own outrage and shock show when they describe the movie saying, ‘As you will see, Flight 800 was actually destroyed by a surface-to-air missile. Every allegation made in this film is backed up with facts-none more dramatic than those that come from the Federal government itself.’
The documentary begins with a night-time recording of planes from JFK Airport flying overhead while audio of pilots and air traffic controllers plays in the background. Then, a silent written quoted appears on the screen – ‘”If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.” Thomas Jefferson.’
Writer/Producer Jack Cashill then appears and begins his narration explaining, “We like to think in America, those who seek the truth will be respected, even honored. But in the case of TWA Flight 800, those who did were ignored, even reviled. This program will tell you why.”
Describing how the disaster investigation began, one lead investigator at the time is shown remarking, “The Justice Department came in, remember, with all those FBI agents. And one Assistant US Attorney in New York tells the NTSB shut up and sit down.”
Setting the tone for the remainder of the film, producers interview a US military helicopter pilot. This was the closest witness to the tragedy, hovering over Long Island at the moment of impact as he witnessed every heart-wrenching second. He was also the first official responder to the scene. Here is how he described his efforts to tell the FBI what he witnessed:
“I went to a trailer there, which was an FBI trailer. I knocked on the door. They opened the door and I told them who I was and I told them I wanted to give them a statement. The looked around for somebody. There were five of them standing there and they say, ‘You do it, no you do it, no you do it, no you do it, no you do it.’ Then finally, they picked what appeared to me to be the junior man. And we went into the back room of the trailer where he took out a two-and-a-half by three-inch little spiral notepad and a ballpoint pen. And he asked me my name and my address and I gave it to him. And then he said, ‘What did you see?’ And I told him the entire story that I just told you. He wrote nothing down. And when I finished in about five minutes, I said, ‘Do you have any questions?’ And he said, ‘no.’ And I left. Now that was my sole interview with the FBI.”
Watch the full movie, ‘Silenced: TWA 800 and the Subversion of Justice’