- Some of the primary information which supports John Kennedy's
plane having been destroyed IN THE AIR has been provided by 3 KNOWN witnesses
to the AIRBORNE explosion OVER THE WATER to the southwest of Philbin Beach
on Gay Head, Martha's Vineyard, at about 9:40 PM July 16. Two of these
are eyewitnesses; another, the closest to the source of the explosion of
all 3, is an "ear"-witness.
- One of these eyewitnesses was identified by SEVERAL media
outlets as a reporter for the Vineyard Gazette, who was walking on Philbin
Beach at around 9:40 PM. This person described what he had seen to WCVB-TV
Boston as "a big white flash in the sky" off Philbin Beach.
- The note below, from associate John DiNardo who contacted
the Vineyard Gazette in an attempt to talk with this reporter and witness,
shows how far-reaching the arm-twisting is at ALL LEVELS to SQUELCH evidence,
testimony, scientific data (weather radar returns) and any other information
which undermines--should I say GIVES THE LIE to--the official disinformation
about the cause of the plane crash.
- DiNardo was lied to point-blank by a representative of
the Vineyard Gazette, who told him the "whole thing" was a mixup
due to some fireworks having been set off at "Falmouth".
- Well, guess what. Falmouth is in nearly the opposite
direction from that which eyewitnesses were facing when they saw the explosion
- The "ear"-witness, vacationing Pittsburgh attorney
Victor Pribanic, was interviewed by the Martha's Vineyard Times. Of the
three known witnesses Pribanic was the CLOSEST to the actual location where
the plane apparently went down. Pribanic had been fishing at the southwest
end of Philbin Beach that evening and has been there for SEVERAL HOURS.
He made NO MENTION WHATSOEVER of any "fireworks" going off in
- So scratch THAT bit of disinformation now going around,
which attempted to invalidate the fact that Philbin Beach witnesses DID
INDEED see and hear an explosion in the AIR, over the WATER to the SOUTHWEST.
- Further attempts by John DiNardo in his call to the Vineyard
Gazette to at least learn the identity of the reporter were met with continual
and complete refusal, and finally with a lame excuse that the reporter
was no longer even employed by the paper! (Funny they never said that at
- I think we all get the picture here, eh?
- John Quinn/NewsHawk Inc.
- Here's Mr. DiNardo's report of his conversation with
the Vineyard Gazette.
- I just phoned the Martha's Vineyard Gazette, and spoke
with a woman there. I asked her about the statement, in the early reports
of the John F. Kennedy Jr. plane crash, that a reporter for the Martha's
Vineyard Gazette had witnessed an explosion in the sky around the time
of the crash. She replied, "Oh, that story was completely bogus.
What really happened was that someone was shooting off fireworks on Falmouth."
"Falmouth?" I said, "Is that an island?" "Falmouth,"
she said, "is the closest point to Martha's Vineyard."
- I said, "But this reporter witnessed an explosion
in the SKY." She countered, "Well, they were shooting rockets
up in the air, or something like that."
- Fearing that I might scare her off if I continued along
this line of inquiry, I asked, "May I speak with the reporter who
witnessed this?" "Oh, no," she replied nervously, "we
can't do that." I said, "Oh, that's strange. What would be
the problem with speaking to a reporter?" She repeated, "We
can't permit that." I said, "Okay, can you at least give me
his name?" "No, we can't do that, either," she persisted."
Then she added, "He no longer works for us," almost as if she
were making it up, just to turn me away. And then when I responded in a
surprised "Ohhh", she suddenly realized that that comment made
matters worse, and, in a jolt of vexation, she sputtered, "Oh, no,
no -- it has nothing to do with that incident; he went back to school."
"Oh," I said, "so is he a journalism student?" After
an answerless pause, I thanked her and said goodbye. I think she was relieved.
- What do you make of this, folks? What questions would
you have asked if you had called the Martha's Vineyard Gazette, at (508)627-4311
? What questions would you ask if you should decide to call the Martha's
Vineyard Gazette at (508)627-4311 ?
- John DiNardo firstname.lastname@example.org
- 8.6.99 What this respondent has to say about "rumors"
(started by WHOM I wonder?) now "circulating" that eyewitnesses
on Philbin Beach, Martha's Vineyard to an airborne explosion actually saw
"fireworks" going off at "Falmouth" have been SERIOUSLY
invalidated by the comments of this area resident reprinted below, who
says that Falmouth is basically in the opposite direction from that which
witnesses who saw the explosion were facing.
- John Quinn
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- Subject: Re: Witness to Airborne Explosion re Kennedy
Crash Unavailable Date: Fri, 6 Aug 1999 15:34:05 EDT
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- Unless I've gotten real stupid there is no way I could
be looking at an explosion facing in the direction of JFK.JRs. PLANE. Falmouth
would be behind me over my RIGHT SHOULDER.