TWA Flight 800
The Impossible Zoom Climb
H. Ray Lahr v. National Transportation Safety Board, Central Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency.
Dedicated to revealing the truth by making government records available for public review
under the Freedom of Information Act.
NewsVine.com – July 26, 2012
July 17, 2012 marked the sixteenth anniversary of the crash of TWA Flight 800 off the coast of Long Island, New York. All 230 people aboard the aircraft were killed. Much has been written and debated about the events of 7/17/96. Read more...
American Thinker – July 17, 2012
In the year 2000, investigative reporter James Sanders came to Kansas City to talk about his research into the fate of TWA flight 800, the plane that crashed into the waters off Long Island on July 17, 1996, sixteen years ago today. Sanders chose Kansas City because the town had historically been the headquarters for TWA. As a result, many pilots, mechanics, and flight attendants still lived there. The audience was filled with them. Almost to a person, they believed what he was saying -- the plane had been shot out of the sky. Read more...
Newsday – July 17, 2012
Rosario Rosa cried as she sat on a brown folding chair Tuesday night studying the 230 names inscribed on the black granite wall, a memorial to all who died on TWA Flight 800. Read more...
Fox News Kansas City – July 15, 2012
Former TWA employees hope a memorial will shine a light on what they believe happened to Flight 800. Read more...
The Real Deal - August 3, 2008
"The black boxes were recovered, after some time, and a very intrepid investigator found that four seconds had been removed from them." Watch the interview...
WorldNetDaily - July 17, 2008
Today, tireless World War II vet Ray Lahr and his intrepid attorney, John Clarke, are all that stand in the way of the successful execution of the single most astonishing cover-up in American peacetime history. Read more...
Chicago Lawyer - December 2006
What many Americans may not recall about the jumbo jet that crashed shortly after take-off from New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport are the early reports of eyewitnesses who said they saw missiles in the vicinity of the plane before it fell out of the sky. Read more...
National Law Journal - September 18, 2006
LOS ANGELES - A retired United Airlines captain who sued the National Transportation Safety Board, the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency has won a partial victory in the first ruling granting public access to records in the investigation of TWA Flight 800, which crashed a decade ago off the coast of New York's Long Island. Read more...
By Captain Ray Lahr (retired)
What really happened on the evening of July 17, 1996, off the shore of Long Island? With sincere apologies to those who may not wish to be reminded, this is what I believe happened. Read more...
- Lahr's Petition to the US Supreme Court
- Lahr's Petition for the full Court to rehear the case -
July 20, 2009
- Lahr's letter to the Court centers on Fraud - Sept 2, 2008
- 9th Circuit schedules oral argument for Aug 8, 2008
- Court Ordered Releases (see Government Records)
- NTSB Production - June 13, 2008
- CIA Production - May 13, 2008
- Appeals (see Court Documents)
- Attorney fee appeal - March 3, 2008
- Lahr's Reply brief centers on Fraud - Dec 12, 2007
- Lahr files his cross-appeal - September 11, 2007
- Government has videotape of missile - Jul 10, 2007
- Summary Judgment Order - Oct 4, 2006
- Summary Judgment Order - Aug 31, 2006
- **Summary Judgment Order Excerpt -
Aug 31, 2006
- Thank you