A Credible Source.......

John A. Quayle blueoval at SGI.NET
Mon Jul 26 19:50:55 MDT 1999



A convenient death
"Motive causing the commission of the crime is ofttimes helpful in tracking
the fugitive. Motive may be said to include the elements of gain, sex,
revenge, anger, homicidal mania, and sex perversion. 'Cherchez la femme' --
'Seek the woman' -- is an axiom that has been followed successfully in
tracking criminals in many cases. Many acts of criminals before and after
the commission of a crime, as well as in supplying the motive for a crime,
have been done at the urge of or on account of a woman." -- Modern Criminal
Investigation, by Dr. Harry Soderman and John J. O'Connell, Funk and
Wagnalls, 1935, p.35.
By any account, John F. Kennedy Jr. possessed the necessary name
recognition -- the political capital of our day -- to mount a serious race
for high-level political office. Media reports following his demise in a
small plane crash indicate that he had already made "discrete inquiries"
regarding that possibility.

In an age devoid of popular leaders, one could safely suggest that JFK Jr.
would have been an electoral "shoo-in" for any number of offices. Maybe
even for the U.S. Senate seat in New York State: the subject of his
discrete inquiries.

Air travel has most assuredly changed the way we live. It has also changed
the way we die. Nearly a dozen years ago, on July 16, 1987, a low-level CIA
operative involved in arming the Nicaraguan Contras, climbed into a small
plane with a Jewish man he knew as Max Weber. "I don't trust these little
airplanes, I'm sorry it's, how do you say, a phobia," Weber told Terry Reed
(Compromised: Clinton, Bush, and the CIA, by Terry Reed and John Cummings,
S.P.I. books, New York, 1994).

Mr. Reed's account of how the CIA's aircraft returning from Nicaragua began
carrying drugs into Mena, Ark., is a fascinating excursion, but it's not
our destination today. Yet even as Congress was revving up to impeach
Ronald Reagan for the scandal that Reed asserts George Bush was running,
and then-Gov. Bill Clinton skimming profits from, Max Weber offered this
We don't think your country has a democracy any longer. ... We think your
country has had a very quiet, internal coup. Look at the evidence, it's all
there (p.359).
As the pair discussed that evidence, the impending death of Soviet
communism, and the geo-political balance of power, Weber offered:
Think about China. ... Who will replace the USSR as the power base of all
of Asia if Russia collapses? China will (p.360).
Their conversation at 13,000 feet was the last the two men ever had with
one another. They landed safely that day. But one week after the election
of President George Bush in November of 1988, Max Weber -- also known as
Amiram Nir, the Israeli Prime Minister's advisor on combating terrorism --
died over Mexico in a crash aboard one of the "little airplanes" he so feared.

One never knows, of course. Accidents happen. Equipment malfunctions.
Pilots make mistakes. But more sinister things also happen. Explosives are
sometimes planted on aircraft. Luggage can house a bomb. Instruments and
fuel can be tampered with. Missiles home in on their targets.

JFK Jr. radioed the airport at Martha's Vineyard at 9:39 p.m. on Friday,
July 16, for his final approach. He told the control tower operator that he
was 13 miles from the airport and ten miles from the coast. Triangulation
would give a rough location of the aircraft. "Moments later, radar operated
by the Federal Aviation Administration showed the plane went into a dive
and dropped 1,200 feet in just 12 seconds," ABC news reported.

"A reporter for the Vineyard Gazette newspaper told WCVB-TV in Boston that
he was out walking Friday night about the time of the crash and saw a 'big
white flash in the sky' off Philbin Beach," UPI reported. Visibility was
eight miles, adequate for landing visually. But, as JFK Jr. himself
reported, he was 10 miles from the coast -- too distant for the reporter's
unaided eyesight to recognize more than a "big white flash in the sky."

UPI said that "Kennedy did not file a flight plan." Like his inquiries into
the U.S. Senate race in New York, it seems JFK Jr. liked to keep his
whereabouts discrete. Pity, that like the American B-52 pilots who
triangulated themselves for the North Vietnamese communists with their call
signs and landmarks during the war, and never made it home, JFK Jr. didn't
fly quite far enough below the radar, either.

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