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Crashes of Convenience: KAL 007

03/11/2019


On September 1, 1983, Korean Airlines Flight 007 was shot down by a Soviet fighter interceptor as it crossed through Soviet air space. But what was it doing so far off course, flying over Soviet military installations the day of a secret missile test? What happened to the bodies? And what does all of this have to do with Larry McDonald, the sitting US congressman who was on the flight and warning America about the coming of the New World Order? Find out this week on The Corbett Report.

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Crashes of Convenience: Michael Connell

03/16/2016

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Crashes of Convenience: MH17

08/28/20143 Comments

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Episode 294 – Crashes of Convenience: MH17

08/27/201419 Comments

When Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 went down on July 17, 2014, we were immediately inundated with base propaganda trying to convince us that the shootdown could be traced back to the Kremlin. But what was this rush to judgement based on? What have we learned about the crash since then? Why has MH17 completely disappeared from the news cycle? And who really stood to benefit from the disaster? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this week’s edition of The Corbett Report.

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Crashes of Convenience: Michael Hastings (video)

07/07/20133 Comments

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Episode 274 – Crashes of Convenience: Michael Hastings

07/06/201323 Comments

Michael Hastings was that rarest of breeds: a mainstream reporter who wasn’t afraid to rail against the system, kick back against the establishment, and bite the hand that feeds him. On the morning of June 18, 2013, he died in a fiery car crash. But now details are emerging that he was on the verge of breaking an important new story about the CIA, and believed he was being investigated by the FBI. Now even a former counter-terrorism czar is admitting Hastings’ car may have been cyber-hijacked. Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we explore the strange details surrounding the untimely death of Michael Hastings.

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Crashes of Convenience: PLF 101 (video)

12/12/20120 Comments


On the morning of April 10, 2010, an aging Tuploev TU-154M carrying the Polish president and many of the senior government and military officials of Poland crashed, killing all on board, near the Russian town of Smolensk. The Russian government quickly took over the investigation, pinning the crash on pilot error and adverse weather conditions. But from crash scene footage to mysterious deaths, traces of explosives to dramatic suicide attempts, there have been questions surrounding the incident since it took place. Today on The Corbett Report, we examine some of this evidence and go in search of the truth about PLF 101.

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Episode 250 – Crashes of Convenience: PLF 101

12/10/20122 Comments

On the morning of April 10, 2010, an aging Tuploev TU-154M carrying the Polish president and many of the senior government and military officials of Poland crashed, killing all on board, near the Russian town of Smolensk. The Russian government quickly took over the investigation, pinning the crash on pilot error and adverse weather conditions. But from crash scene footage to mysterious deaths, traces of explosives to dramatic suicide attempts, there have been questions surrounding the incident since it took place. Today on The Corbett Report, we examine some of this evidence and go in search of the truth about PLF 101.

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Episode 226 – Crashes of Convenience: Michael Connell

04/14/2012

In late 2008, the GOP’s theft of the 2004 presidential election via vote machine rigging in Ohio was on the verge of being exposed. An insider had been identified and deposed, and he was ready to be sworn in as a star witness in a major trial…but on December 19, 2008, the small Piper airplane he was piloting crashed on approach to the Akron-Canton Regional Airport. Join us today on The Corbett Report as we start connecting the pieces of the Michael Connell puzzle.

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Episode 187 – Crashes of Convenience: KAL 007

05/21/201112 Comments

On September 1, 1983, Korean Airlines Flight 007 was shot down by a Soviet fighter interceptor as it crossed through Soviet air space. But what was it doing so far off course, flying over Soviet military installations the day of a secret missile test? What happened to the bodies? And what does all of this have to do with Larry McDonald, the sitting US congressman who was on the flight and warning America about the coming of the New World Order? Find out this week on The Corbett Report.

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