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"Did a shoe-bomb take down AA Flight 857?"

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Submitted by Pete St.Jean (United States), Aug 30, 2004 at 21:07

How, pray tell do you explain an explosion in the passenger compartment causing the vertical stabilizer to separate?
I'm sure there was a very careful search for bomb residue, as well as tell tale rupture
of the fuselage skin that an internal blast would cause.

You are RIGHT ON about the sick way we gave Egypt a pass on the suicide nut that flew their flight 990 into the Atlantic. Once again "political correctness" trumps the truth.

Don't be surprised if John (Fonda) Kerry comes out with some shocking claims about thye government cover up of the missile shootdown of TWA 800. He was in on the fix & will use ANYTHING when he sees he is losing the election.
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