Today marks 40 years since Soviet Russia shot down a Korean Air Lines passenger jet, killing everyone on board. The mystery of the military heat-seeking missile shootdown of Korean Air Lines Flight 007 remains unsolved.
The Boeing 747 on a routine New York City to Seoul, South Korea flight—with a stopover in Anchorage, Alaska—had apparently veered off course into Soviet airspace.
The Communist dictatorship murder of 269 innocent passengers and crew, including a U.S. congressman, also remains unavenged. Read more about the mysterious downing of the aircraft here. Do you know more about the Soviet shootdown of this passenger airplane? If so, please add your thoughts, including any relevant facts, links and information, in the commentary.