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Aircrashes, are effective as murder weapons, and the technology exists to reliably destroy aircraft when certain persons of interest are known to be aboard. Anyone who doubts that the CIA would go be so irresponsible as to assist in the destruction of aircraft is referred to the Arms for Libya page, which details how the CIA first denied selling 20 tons of plastic explosive together with arranging training of Gaddafi's military by US Green Berets.
Assassination by air crash
The CIA is widely suspected of carrying out assassinations by (small) plane crash, for example in the case of the 1980 Camarate air crash, where a trail leads straight to the CIA. This method, like that of the "suicide bomber" can be relied upon to destroy a lot of evidence about the identity of the perpetrators. Manipulation of circumstances can provide for more assistance to build a counter narrative about bad weather/pilot error etc. Control of the investigation process is invaluable in covering up non-accidental crashes, allowing them to be used as covert assassination tools with a high degree of plausible deniability.
US Investigation procedure
In USA, the National Transportation Safety Board is charged with investigating accidental air crashes. This means that they must pass responsibility to the FBI if they believe foul play may have been involved - although that the FBI is still free to disagree the NTSB's suspicions and declare the event accidental. In the case of TWA Flight 800, for example, the NTSB passed control immediately to the FBI, because of all the reports of a missile. In that case, the FBI declared the event was accidental. Such a system means that in the absence of too much clear evidence of foul play, control of either the NTSB or the FBI is sufficient to prevent a potentially dangerous verdict.
Deviations from established procedure remain particularly suspicious, such as the case of Korean Air Lines Flight 007, in which although the NTSB was legally mandated to investigate, it decided not to, letting the International Civil Aviation Organization reach a verdict instead.
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