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8 Killed in Crash of Air Force Jet in Alabama

From April, 1995

"ALEXANDER CITY, Ala. — Assistant Air Force Secretary Clark Fiester was one of eight people killed Monday night when an Air Force C-21 jet crashed near here, the Department of Defense reported early Tuesday.

Killed along with Fiester, who was assistant secretary for acquisitions, was his military assistant, Col. Jack Clark, said Col. Tom Boyd.

The other victims cannot be identified until identities are confirmed and relatives are notified, Boyd said.

The plane was trying to make an unplanned landing at the Alexander City airport when it crashed near a subdivision four miles from town, said Lt. Frances Sconi, a spokeswoman for Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.

The plane, a military version of the Learjet, had been en route to Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, said Lt. Col. Johnny Whitaker.

He said the jet, which had taken off from Andrews, was based in Randolph and was carrying a crew of two and six passengers."

I used to work for Fiester at GTE Government Systems, in Mountain View CA. We were all saddened by his death, he was a great guy. Here's the real story:

"PRESS CONFERENCE BY THE PRESIDENT--April 18, 1995--Addressing reporters in the East Room this evening, President Clinton expressed his and Mrs. Clinton's condolences to the families and loved ones of the eight Americans killed in the crash of an Air Force plane in Alabama last night."

"On April 17th, 1995, I received a telephone call from my husband, Gunther Russbacher. He said, "The war has begun!"

I asked him what he meant. He said a Learjet had just crashed in Alabama. On board were 17 Admirals and Generals. They were on their way to arrest Bill Clinton.

All the military men were killed.

That same day, Sherman Skolnick was told the same thing by one of his sources.

The same day, Oswald LeWinter talked to a reporter for a major New York newspaper. LeWinter told the reporter the same thing -- and it was published -- April 19, 1995.

No one paid any attention to the story because in the early morning of April 19, 1995, the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City blew up.

In other words, the people who had the goods on Clinton and his cabal were making plans to arrest all of them. All these men were blown out of the sky and murdered.

To keep their murders from being investigated -- the Murrah building was blown up and 168 additional men, women and children were murdered."

Here's the Skolnick report:

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