New information suggests that powerful individuals were involved in a coverup of the JFK assassination that led to the Warren Report’s conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in killing the president. In addition, former NTSB investigators have come forward to demand that the Flight 800 case be re-opened, stating that the plane was shot down by a missile, and that the CIA lied when it claimed that a fuel explosion was responsible.

Phillip Shenon, a former New York Times reported and the author of the Commission, a critical look at the 9/11 Commission Report has a new book coming out on October 22 claiming that powerful people influenced the Warren Commission’s report. Little Brown’s description of the coming book says, "drawn from years of research and interviews with ‘primary and insider sources,’ the book looks at the work of the Warren Commission." The book is said to answer ‘many of the questions that have haunted a nation for 50 years,  in spite of the powerful individuals who did their utmost to prevent the discovery of what really happened.’

As reported on Unknowncountry on June 19, former NTSB and TWA crash investigators have demanded that the Flight 800 investigation be reopened because they feel strongly that the story that the plane’s fuel tank exploded is false, and that, during their investigation, there was clear evidence that it was shot down by a missile.

At the time of the incident, there were unconfirmed reports that Pierre Salinger was waiting for documents that were on Flight 800. Three months after the crash, he made international news when he claimed that the flight had been shot down by a missile.

"He was an idiot," said Bob Francis, the former vice chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board. "He didn’t know what he was talking about, and he was totally irresponsible."

Salinger’s name became a byword for the process of falling for an internet hoax, which came to be known as "Pierre Salinger Syndrome." Now it seems that this is another example of skillful social engineering compliments of the CIA. They are skilled at using laughter and derision to give the truth the appearance of being something foolish.

Was Salinger waiting for documents, and did they have anything to do with the Kennedy Assassination? Was that why he was so sure the flight had been shot down? A few years ago, the only answer could have been, ‘we’ll probably never know.’ Now that’s not so clear. We may be about to at least find out a little more.

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