President Donald Trump should issue a blanket order to all federal agencies to release any classified material relating to the disappearance of Amelia Earhart 80 years ago.
He should also ask the Japanese government to conduct a thorough investigation, assisted by Americans, into what the Japanese know about the famed aviatrix’s death.
If the United States government has been involved in a cover up the public deserves to know the truth.
If we can get the truth about Amelia, then we might be able to start an avalanche–Kennedy assassination, 9/11, and more.
What happened to Amelia Earhart?
That question has captivated the public ever since her plane vanished over the Pacific Ocean in 1937 as she attempted to become the first female pilot to fly around the world.
Now, investigators believe they have discovered the “smoking gun” that would support a decades-old theory that Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, were captured by the Japanese: a newly unearthed photograph from the National Archives that purportedly shows Earhart and Noonan – and their plane – on an atoll in the Marshall Islands.
“I was originally skeptical until we could get the photograph authenticated,” Shawn Henry, a former FBI assistant executive director who is now helping privately investigate the Earhart disappearance, told The Washington Post. “The fact that it came out of the National Archives as opposed to somebody’s basement or garage somewhere – that to me gave it a lot more credibility.”
The photograph was rediscovered a few years ago in a mislabeled file at the National Archives by a former U.S. Treasury agent named Les Kinney, who began looking into Earhart’s disappearance after he retired, according to previews for a new History Channel documentary, “Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence,” that airs Sunday.
The 8-by-10-inch black-and-white photograph went ignored in a stack of 20 or 30 other pictures until Kinney took a closer look a few months later, Henry said.
In the photo, a figure with Earhart’s haircut and approximate body type sits on the dock, facing away from the camera, Henry points out. Toward the left of the dock is a man they believe is Noonan. On the far right of the photo is a barge with an airplane on it, supposedly Earhart’s.
Henry, who was asked to join the investigation about a year ago, said two different photo experts analyzed the picture to ensure it had not been manipulated. It had not been, they found. The experts also compared the facial features and body proportions of the two figures in the photograph with known pictures of Earhart and Noonan.
For the man on the left, “the hairline is the most distinctive characteristic,” Ken Gibson, a facial recognition expert who studied the image, told the Today show. “It’s a very sharp receding hairline. The nose is very prominent. . . . It’s my feeling that this is very convincing evidence that this is probably Noonan.”
The figure seated on the dock is wearing pants, much like Earhart often did, Henry noted.
“I’m looking at her sitting on the dock and thinking, ‘This is her,’ ” he said.
Though they can’t be sure of when the photo was taken, there is no record of Earhart being in the Marshall Islands, he added.
The Daily Beast, which is a leftist (((Deep State))) web site, attempts to refute the new theory about what happened to Earhart. Fox News reports that bone sniffing dogs are being ferried to the island where Earhart and Noonan may have died. In the article, Fox gives a rundown of various theories about what happened to Amelia.
All of this activity around Earhart pops up from time to time. It may be a psy op, diverting conspiracy theorists’ attention away from 9/11, the Federal Reserve, the (((Deep State, globalist agenda))) and other more relevant issues relating to life today.
But like the mystery of the Lindbergh baby’s murder, this one isn’t going away. So, please, President Trump, get on the ball and drain the Amelia Earhart corner of the swamp.