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“330 is going down. Goodbye everybody.”
Co-pilot Armand Etienne — February 21 1970 1:34
“Bern threw a ‘cloak of silence’ over the case.”
Swiss Investigator Robert Akeret…
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The Garbh Coire bothy in the Cairngorms. RAF Mountain Rescue and Mountain personality Cameron McNeish. The sad Anniversary of the Wessex Crash on Ben More Crianlarich!
It was a long day after my late journey home from my travels over the last few days. The weather was wild so it was a day of recovery and catching up. 1,194 more words
A long day, a bit of family, some culture, thoughts and a wild late drive along the moonlight snowy A9.
It was a long day yesterday getting back at 0115 from Lockerbie. The day started with a wild day in Ayr driving rain and wind then out for a breakfast with my sister in Prestwick. 724 more words
I Left home for the journey to Ayr mid morning after a medical appointment the roads were fine with cloud on the hills through the Cairngorms. 409 more words
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“The case was largely based on this inside guy . It wasn’t until the trial that I learned this guy was a nut-job and that the CIA had absolutely no confidence in him and that they knew he was a liar.
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“Our mission – that is, the mission for INSCOM Center Lane Program’s remote viewing project number 8404 – was to help find Buckley before it was too late.