This is to draw your attention to several things that have been previously
posted on this website which, taken together, are very
startling. Be sure to read and re-read them.
No longer are we limited to digging up and presenting obscure facts. Now
official as well as unofficial statements from the Soviet Union and Russia
attest to the intentional deception staged by the Soviets at the time of the KAL
007 shoot down--a deception that prevented the West from discovering that
passengers had been taken as live prisoners.
First, The Four Soviet Top-Secret Memos
Official Russian Statement
In 1992, Russian president Boris Yeltsin had disclosed four top-secret
memos dating from late 1983, within weeks of the downing of Korean Air Lines
Flight 007. These memos were published in the Soviet news magazine,
Izvestia, shortly after being made public. They are highly significant in
showing the attitude of the Soviet leadership towards the US, the UN, its
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and this flight.
Among several interesting facts from these memos is an acknowledgement,
contrary to public statements, that the Soviet interceptors made no attempt to
contact KAL 007 on the international emergency radio frequency nor did they
fire tracers or warning shots. The final memo, to Soviet Premier, Yuri
Andropov, confirms that the Soviets intentionally deceived the US and Japan as
to the fact that they had retrieved the Black Boxes from KAL Flight 007 and
that they had decided consciously to keep them secret from the rest of the
Now, after all these years, on the Twentieth Anniversary of the shooting down
of KAL 007, the Russians have finally admitted that they had deliberately
sought to deceive the international community as to the location of KAL 007
and that they had known all along where the plane was. This item contains some
remarkable admissions from an official state organ. It also continues the
process of deception in that it contains some deliberate inaccuracies which
are discussed in the accompanying commentary.
Third, The Great Russian Ruse
This is a detailed account, taken from original sources, of the naval
confrontation and the discoveries of the Soviet divers: KAL 007, the U.S.
Seventh Fleet, and the Great Russian Ruse will give you an understanding of
the whole situation.
The first two sets of documents give clear evidence that the Soviets had
deliberately set out to hide their finding of the plane and its passengers,
crew and contents. The final entry explains how the whole operation was
carried out. Taken together, this is strong evidence for the survival of those
aboard Korean Air Lines Flight 007 shot down on the early morning of September
The time has come to bring our people back home. Twenty years is a long
time--but not too long a time to take action. If your loved ones were waiting
for some one to remember, for some one to come to their rescue and bring them
back home, wouldn't you?
Yours, for the rescue!