On July 16, 1999, John F. Kennedy Jr. took off in his Piper Saratoga plane from New Jersey’s Essex County Airport, accompanied by his wife Carolyn Bessette and her sister Lauren Bessette. Kennedy was an experienced pilot, and was flying to Martha’s Vineyard to drop off his sister-in-law, before continuing on to the family compound at Hyannis Port to attend the wedding of his cousin. After his plane failed to arrive, a massive search was launched, but it wasn’t until the night of July 20, that the bodies of JFK, Jr., Carolyn and Lauren were found on the ocean floor.
This program is not only about JFK Jr's untimely and suspicious death, but that of both John F Kennedy and his brother Bobby - and so much more.
Breaking it all down for us is noted author DONALD JEFFRIES who started out investigating the JFK assassination as a teenage volunteer with Mark Lane's Citizens Committee of Inquiry in the mid-1970s.
Donald Jeffries has written several books including; Hidden History: An Expose of Modern Crimes, Conspiracies, and Cover-Ups in American Politics, Survival of the Richest: How The Corruption of the Marketplace and the Disparity of Wealth Created the Greatest Conspiracy of All, Crimes and Cover-Ups in American Politics 1776-1963 and The Unreals.
Another fact that was wrong. I heard a comment that he was qualified to fly at night. He was NOT qualified to fly at night. His pilots license was for visual flight rules only. He was not instrument rated which is a rating that you need to fly at night. Instrument rating means you can fly based on reading your instruments only without any visual reference.
There was a mention of Jr not wanting to discuss his fathers death as a lie. That is not a lie. That WAS a subject that he did not discuss in detail. Example: Jr walked out of a meeting with Quentin Tarantino because he asked him about his father.
Thursday Oct 07, 2021
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