Jack Cashill, co-author of WND Books’ “First Strike: TWA Flight 800 and the Attack on America,” will give a featured address in San Francisco tomorrow, as well appear on a KSFO radio program.
Cashill will be speaking at the famed Commonwealth Club on Market Street on the subject of TWA Flight 800 as a guest of its international relations program. The reception begins at 4:45 p.m., and the program at 5:15. The event is open to the public. Reservations, although recommended, are not required. The club’s phone number is 415-597-8705.
Tomorrow morning, Cashill is scheduled to appear as a guest on Lee Roger’s and Melanie Morgan’s popular drive-time radio show on KSFO.
“KSFO has been super,” says Cashill. “Between Melanie and Barbara Simpson, I could not ask for more.”
Cashill says he is not ready to give up the fight on TWA 800.
“I think the Democrats are setting a trap for themselves with their sudden interest in the truth,” Cashill said. “If they want to know who to blame for 9-11, [co-author] Jim Sanders and I will be happy to tell them.”
Cashill is now working on a new book for WND Books about the late Commerce Secretary Ron Brown. “Like Icarus,” says Cashill cryptically, “Brown flew too close to the sun.” The book should be on the shelves by early 2004.