Accuracy in Media

On Friday, July 22, Roger Aronoff, media analyst with Accuracy in Media, will be taking over the hosting duties for AIM’s monthly Internet radio show on  The AIM Report will air live at 2 p.m. ET, and will remain on the site for 24 hours for people who cannot listen at that time. This week the topics will be two big stories that had anniversaries this week, and were major stories for Accuracy in Media during the last decade of AIM founder Reed Irvine’s life. They are the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of former White House Deputy Counsel Vincent Foster. Also, the crash of TWA flight 800 that killed all 230 people aboard. Aronoff wrote and produced the award winning documentary, “TWA 800: The Search for the Truth.”

Was there more to these two stories than what the official versions have to say? The answer in both cases is a resounding yes. And in both cases, there is significant evidence of cover-ups to hide the truth from the Congress and the American public. Aronoff’s guest will be the one person other than Reed Irvine who has been so directly involved in both stories. His name is John Clarke, a Washington attorney who has spent years involved in legal cases trying to get to the truth in both of these stories. There is still a significant case in the courts regarding TWA 800, for which Mr. Clarke is the lead attorney. He will discuss its origins and current status. And the Vince Foster case remains unsolved as well. This show will explore the two cases, and the legacy of Reed Irvine as it relates to them. To hear this show live, where you can call in with questions, go to at 2 p.m. on Friday, July 22, or visit the site some time in the following 24 hours and hear the archived show in its entirety.

Accuracy In Media (AIM) is a non-profit, grassroots citizens watchdog of the news media that critiques botched and bungled news stories and sets the record straight on important issues that have received slanted coverage.

To schedule an interview with Roger Aronoff, contact Anne Tyrrell at (703)739-5920 or (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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