posted on Jul, 18 2014 @ 12:19 AM
a reply to: thesmokingman
The cruising height of the aeroplane has been estimated at 32,000 feet when it was allegedly hit, and from that video, I find it ludicrous that you
can just say "I think it was a bomb" considering: The smoke trail from the missile going up would be long gone as the plane was coming down (after
impact), not sure on physics there but I think it would take a good few minutes to fall from the sky. Additionaly, the missile could have been fired
from anywhere outwith the video coverage, which is a VERY large area.
As I said, it's ludicrous that you can deduce anything from the videos you posted.
You'll find a lot of "strange" stuff regarding this story, but not from American politicians. The most interesting elements so far are the claims and
counter-claims coming out of Kiev and E. Ukraine.
First is the claim from Kiev that the "rebels" or "Pro-Russian Separatists" (whatever you want to call them) managed to get a BUK Missile launcher and
claimed to have shot down a military transport plane, but then deleted that claim.
Second, that Kiev moved forces into that area within the last 7 days, which they did, but more interestingly, the units they moved into the area were
equipped with said missile system.
The biggest niggle for me though, is why was Malaysian Airlines still allowing flights over Ukraine when other airline carriers had rerouted their
aircraft weeks ago.
edit on 18-7-2014 by Zcustosmorum because: (no reason given)