Twa Flight 800: No Crime

— NPR's Melissa Block reports from New York on the F-B-I's conclusion that no criminal act caused the explosion aboard T-W-A Flight 800, which killed all 230 people on the airliner in July of last year. The F-B-I held a highly detailed briefing yesterday to release its findings that neither a bomb nor a missile was the cause... Now it's up to the National Transportation Safety Board to determine the probable mechanical cause of the explosion.

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