Saturday, October 31, 2015

Pictures of Russian jet crash that killed 224: Victims 'found over three-mile radius' in Egypt - Moscow and Cairo deny ISIS claims they brought down the plane

Via Michael

 Horrific: This is one of the first images of the mangled wreckage of the Russian passenger jet that crashed this morning, killing 224 people
  • The aircraft was reported missing 23 minutes after leaving the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh with 224 on board
  • The doomed jet was owned by an Irish company and leased to a Russian airline carrying tourists to St Petersburg
  •  Egyptian air crash investigators said the pilot had warned of a 'technical problem' shortly before the disaster 
  • The jet was plunging at more than 6,000 feet per minute as the pilot tried to land at el-Arish airport in northern Egypt
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  • More @ Daily Mail

10 comments:

  1. If isis did bring it down, they probably used American weapons to do it.

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    1. I don't know if the weapons they have would reach 30,000 feet, but it could have been brought down from something that was planted before takeoff. Reports mention it was on fire when it crashed also. The plunge must have been horrific, but they wouldn't have felt a thing upon impact.

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  2. Yes, this is most horrific. Coincidence? Doubtful I've noticed lately the airlines
    in the USA are constantly experiencing mechanical problems. Never was a
    problem before the invasion. My question is always: Who's working on these
    planes.

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  3. But if it nosedived into the ground, wouldn't it just "disappear" like Shanksville??

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  4. Here is Ann's take - can't see any flaws in her analysis and ultimate actions that involve hanging:

    http://www.barnhardt.biz/2015/11/01/manpads-hillary-benghazi-chris-stevens-and-224-dead-russians/

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    1. Excellent. Thanks. http://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2015/11/manpads-hillary-benghazi-chris-stevens.html

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