http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/06/1...w-documentary-claim-original/?test=latestnews A handful of aviation experts, including a number of investigators who were part of the original probe of TWA Flight 800, have come forward in a new documentary to say evidence points to a missile as the cause of the crash off the coast of Long Island 17 years ago. The New York-to-Paris flight crashed July 17, 1996, just minutes after takeoff from JFK Airport, killing all 230 people aboard. In the weeks that followed, the plane was reassembled in a hangar from parts retrieved from the sea. But the cause of the crash was not identified immediately, and after authorities said the crash was caused by static electricity ignited fuel fumes, many skeptics cast doubt on the theory. Adding to the controversy were multiple eyewitness accounts of a fireball going up from the ground and hitting the plane before it went down, accounts which the FBI dismissed at the time. Was it A) a horrific accident caused by our own military? B) Islamic (or other) terrorists committing the first "act of war" against the US two years before the WTC bombings (to which Clinton responded by firing some $3 million worth of Cruise missiles into the Afghan desert to strike a[n abandoned] camp of tents worth a total of about a buck-seventy-five)? Or C) do seventeen eyewitness accounts and the current testimony of these six experts get swept under the rug? The "C's" have it.