Ron Brown & Flight 800

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Ron Brown & Flight 800

About the show

Author Jack Cashill presented an in-depth report on the life and death of Commerce Secretary Ron Brown, whom he believed was shot in the head by Croatian contract agents, after his plane went down in 1996. Further, Cashill suggested that Brown's plane was misled by a rogue beacon that caused it to crash rather than land at the Dubrovnik airport.

But who hired the Croatian agents? China, several American executives, and the White House, all stood to be damaged by Brown if he testified to a number of unscrupulous trade matters he had become embroiled in, Cashill explained, without being able to point a definitive finger.

He also discussed the TWA Flight 800 downing which occurred in the same year. Numerous eyewitnesses saw something hit the plane said Cashill and he has concluded that Flight 800 was hit by a shoulder fired missile in an act of terrorism sponsored by either Iraq or Iran. Further, he commented that the mainstream media refrained from delving into the Flight 800 and Brown stories at the time, because "they wanted to maintain the illusion of peace and prosperity," of the Clinton era.

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