Fueling the Missile Theory

Airs 7/13: Was the crash an accident? The government says yes.  But numerous eyewitnesses report seeing a missile rising to hit the plane. And a

NOVEMBER 19, 1996: A New York State trooper

NOVEMBER 19, 1996: A New York State trooper stands guard 19 November in front of the reconstructed wreckage of the Boeing 747 aircraft that was TWA flight 800, in Calverton, Long Island, NY. At center is a strut that would normally support the right wing as well as the location of the central fuel tank widely believed to be the cause of the initial explosion. (Credit: JON LEVY/AFP/Getty Images)

Airs 7/13: Was the crash an accident? The government says yes.  But numerous eyewitnesses report seeing a missile rising to hit the plane. And a senior federal investigator assigned to the crash tells News 12 there is evidence of an official cover-up. After decades, the missile theory refuses to fizzle. 

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