Devvy Kidd — Anniversary of on-going Cover up Approaches, Part 1….. Re KAL 007 ShootDown Congressman MacDonald, Etc,

KAL Flight 007 was shot down by the Russians on September 1, 1983. Allegedly all 269 passengers including United States Congressman Larry McDonald perished.

After spending a substantial amount of research time, I am convinced that not only did the passengers survive, but since some of them were young children, they are likely still alive. Where are they? Bush’s pal, former KGB spy, Vlad Putin has them. You’ve heard of the KGB haven’t you? Let me do a short recap here:”At precisely ten o’clock, the South Korean minister of foreign affairs announced that he had received confirmation from the CIA that “the plane had landed at Sakhalin. The crew and passengers are safe.” Pg. 4, Incident at Sakhalin.

“Let us examine the CIA announcement about which so much as been written: The aircraft did not explode in flight and did not crash, but is known to have landed on Sakhalin. The passengers and crew are safe and the aircraft is undamaged.” Pg. 5, Incident at Sakhalin”Seoul, South Korea (UPI) – A Korean Air Lines jumbo jet flying from New York to Seoul Wednesday with 269 people aboard, including a U.S. Congressman, was forced to land on Sakhalin, a Soviet-occupied island north of Japan, the government-run television said “The passengers were reported safe.

Among them was Rep. Larry McDonald, D-GA., John Birch society chairman, whose spokesman said in Washington that American officials believed the jet was forced down by Soviet or North Korean fighter planes. A report on the Korean Broadcasting System said Thursday the CIA had informed the Seoul government of the landing on the Soviet-occupied island about 850 miles north of Tokyo……………….


Source: Devvy Kidd — Anniversary of on-going Cover up Approaches, Part 1


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