IF IT WAS A BOMB, THEN WHODUNIT?

THE UNFINISHED SEARCH FOR EVIDENCE IS ALREADY RAISING QUESTIONS ABOUT CULPRITS

The ocean stubbornly held on to its mysteries for most of last week. It was especially uncooperative on Thursday for the men and women investigating the crash of TWA Flight 800. Rain and strong winds disrupted and eventually interrupted search operations. But on Friday there was a breakthrough. Deep Drone 7200, a remotely operated robot outfitted with cameras that can explore ocean depths without divers, located part of the cockpit, "the nerve center of the aircraft," as Robert Francis, vice chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), described it. Said James Kallstrom, the FBI's lead investigator: "I just think that...

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