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Take AIM: TWA Flight 800; and WLF on Recent Supreme Court cases

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Roger Aronoff talks to Cory Andrews of the Washington Legal Foundation (www.WLF.org) about Arizona's Immigration case and the Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project case; and to Ray Lahr, a retired United Airline pilot and World War II veteran, and his attorney, John Clarke, discuss Lahr's case against the National Transportation Safety Board, CIA and NSA, to uncover the truth about TWA Flight 800 by making government records available for public review under the Freedom of Information Act. This week marks the 14th anniversary of TWA Flight 800, which took off from New York's JFK Airport headed for Paris, when 12 minutes into the flight, it exploded and crashed into the Atlantic, killing all 230 people aboard. Though there was an official version of what caused the explosion, there is much evidence that the official version is false, and that a cover-up has taken place at the highest levels of government.