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First Strike: TWA Flight 800 and the Attack on America
Jack Cashill  More Info

Altered Evidence
James D. Sanders  More Info

The Downing Of TWA Flight 800
James Sanders  More Info

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The City of Seal Beach was incorporated on October 25, 1915. The population was two hundred and fifty people, and there was no concern about crime in this small sea coast village. By November 1915, however it was determined there should be some person or agency responsible for law enforcement. The City of Huntington Beach had a Marshal, so a Deputy Marshal was named for Seal Beach on a part-time basis. Within a few years it was apparent that something more than a Deputy Marshal was needed to control the influx of people, lured by bright lights and gaiety during the summer months in Seal Beach. Huntington Beach named a Marshal as well as a Deputy for their sister city. In 1927, a local Marshal and two deputies were selected and they served until the title was changed from Marshal to Police Chief. Since that time there have been 10 Chiefs of Police. We currently have thirty-seven police officers, sixteen civilian employees, eight reserve police officers, and forty senior volunteers providing quality service to the City of Seal Beach.





James Sanders was a police officer for the Seal Beach Police Department (California) from 1966 to 1976.  He is the author of two books: The Downing of TWA Flight 800 and Altered Evidence.  James Sanders is also the co-author of First Strike: TWA Flight 800 and the Attack on America. 


According to the book description of First Strike: TWA Flight 800 and the Attack on America, “September 11, 2001, did not represent the first aerial assault against the American mainland. The first came on July 17,1996, with the downing of TWA Flight 800. This book looks in detail at what people saw and heard on this fateful night.


First Strike explains how a determined corps of ordinary citizens worked to reveal the compromise and corruption that tainted the federal investigation. With an impressive array of facts, Jack Cashill and James Sanders show the relationship between events in July 1996 and September 2001 and proclaim how and why the American government has attempted to cover up the truth.”


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