Monday, 9 September 2013


"Judges call for reopening of inquiry into 1961 death of UN chief

Commission appeals to US to declassify NSA radio intercepts of warplanes in area where Dag Hammarskjöld's plane crashed

Julian Borger, diplomatic editor, Monday 9 September 2013 13.50 BST

An international panel of retired judges has called for a new inquiry into the death in 1961 of the United Nations secretary general Dag Hammarskjöld, in an air crash in Zambia.
It says that significant new evidence has emerged and that the possibility that Hammarskjöld's plane was shot down should be taken seriously.
The Hammarskjöld commission – chaired by a former British privy council judge, Sir Stephen Sedley, and including the former chief prosecutor at the Hague war crimes tribunal, Sir Richard Goldstone – also appealed to the US to declassify reported National Security Agency (NSA) radio intercepts of warplanes over the area, which are still categorised as top secret, 52 years after Hammarskjöld's death.

The commission pointed to several strands of evidence supporting a theory that Hammarskjöld's DC6 airplane was shot down on the night of 17 September 1961, while he was on a mission to Ndola, in what was then Northern Rhodesia, to try to negotiate a ceasefire between the Congolese government and rebels from the mineral-rich Katanga region, who had significant support from Belgian mercenaries.
The report highlighted five key pieces of evidence: 
• An apparent confession by a Belgian pilot that he fired on the DC6, known as the Albertina, which he had picked out with twin searchlights mounted under his Fouga jet's fuselage.
• A police sergeant's account of seeing "sparks" in the sky prior to the crash.
• Another witness's testimony of seeing "a very bright light" in the sky at the same time.
• A police assistant inspector's testimony that he had seen a flash in the sky.
• The account of a local official, named Timothy Kankasa, of seeing a smaller plane flying above and then alongside the Albertina "shining a beam like a headlight on it".
The commission said it had already requested NSA intercept records 

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