ACCIDENT OR MURDER?
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Authorities who were investigating
Ron Brown’s (Commerce Secretary under the Clinton Administration) fundraising
activities were nearing the point of indictments and Ron Brown had allegedly
stated, “He would not go to jail alone.”
After Brown was killed in a
plane crash, his office was allegedly ransacked for files immediately after
The crash itself was the subject
of controversy, originally claimed to have happened in the Adriatic, news stories
slowly moved the wreckage from sea to a hilltop.
Russian and French television
reported the recovery of the black boxes. U.S. sources denied it and said that
only some instrumentation that “looked exactly” like the recorders were recovered.
Black boxes “cannot be confused” for any other item on the aircraft.
News agencies reported the
plane crashed in “The Worst Storm In A Decade.” This claim was put
forward repeatedly. However, the Dubrovnik airport reported light scattered
rain, broken clouds at 400 feet, a thin overcast at 2000 feet and a steady head
wind right down the runway just the way pilots like it. The reported visibility
was 5 miles. ‘There was no storm.’
No official document from the
actual crash area exists to support the claim of “The Worst Storm In A Decade.”
The storm story appears to
be a lie, which means some other cause for the crash exists.
Contrary to news reports, the
plane was NOT flying in the mountains. It was out over the water, with open
space all around.
When the rescuers arrived,
they found one survivor, an Air Force Sergeant named Shelly Kelly, one
of the two stewardesses assigned to the plane. The rescuers allegedly
spotted Kelly moving about the wreckage, several hours after the crash
itself. Shelly was placed on a helicopter and evacuated to the hospital,
‘but strangely,’ she was dead on arrival of a broken neck.
Ron Brown, along with the other
crash victims were examined by Air Force Col. William Gormley, who
declared Brown dead of crash trauma itself and allegedly ignored the hole
seen in Brown’s skull which was observed and commented upon by a Lt. Colonel.
Despite clear signs that the
hole might have been the result of a gunshot, which would prompt an autopsy,
no autopsy was performed. Photos and X-rays were taken, the X-rays and
Source: What Really Happened