Category Archives: Aviation Disasters

Suspicious Aviation Tragedies: Aerolinee Itavia Flight 870 (USTICA-1980)

“We still hope the truth will come out. We know that very probably the plane was struck down by a missile. Too many people have been keeping this secret for too long but we will not give up until we … Continue reading

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Suspicious Aviation Tragedies: Pan Am 103 (Lockerbie – December 21 1988)

“The Lockerbie trial is “the most disgraceful miscarriage of justice in Scotland for 100 years. Every lawyer who has read the judgment says ‘this is nonsense’. It is nonsense.” Robert Black QC FRSE –Professor Emeritus of Scots Law in the … Continue reading

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Suspicious Aviation Tragedies: 1970 Swissair Flight 330

“The secret deal was ‘immoral’ and in breach of legal principles, but it was justified for strategic reasons. This might be absolutely shocking, but the reward was that there were no more attacks.” Pr. Jean Ziegler On 21 February 1970 … Continue reading

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Suspicious Aviation Tragedies: 1961 — Ndola United Nations DC-6 crash

“We saw a plane fly over Chifubu but did not pay any attention to it the first time. When we saw it a second and third time, we thought that this plane was denied landing permission at the airport. Suddenly, … Continue reading

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Suspicious Aviation Tragedies — Introduction

“Governments lie. They do it all the time. And, much as we’d like to believe otherwise, the US government is no exception. There were times when we may have believed otherwise. But after Vietnam and Watergate, we know better.” Ted … Continue reading

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