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by John Hanchette and Billy House: Gannett News service contributing: Scott Bowles WASHINGTON - Retired admiral Thomas D. Moorer, a former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, called Thursday for new congressional hearings into TWA Flight 800. Moorer and other retired Navy brass, at a news conference, expressed suspicion over the FBI's 18-month investigation of the disaster. "All the evidence would point to a missile," Moorer said. The retired officers speculated a missile could have come from either a submarine or a buoy device developed by the Navy years ago. "One vital quest- ion we haven't attacked is the origin of that streak of light," Moorer said.
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