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Sina Islamic front Isis in "Egypt" claims this is the video of shooting down the Russian plane - Islamic State Claims it Downed Russian Airliner That Crashed in Egypt...Flight KGL-9268
originally posted by: n00bUK
All due to Britain and America sending the Wahhabi regime in Saudi Arabi billions of pounds worth of weaponry, and then them, the Saudis - funding ISIS.
ISIS buy their own camera and it looks like its been filmed through a filter of water - They get funded indirectly by us and are able to take down planes.
I've never backed Putin so much in my life, he will be the one coming out looking like the Hero in all of this.
Down with western puppeteers and good look to Russia for finally doing what the world has needed to do.
Another theory that has emerged is that a prior structural shock (in 2001) led to a spontenous midair disintegration: What jumps out from this particular airplane’s record is an accident that it suffered on November 16, 2001 while landing at Cairo (while owned and operated by Middle East Airlines). As it touched down the nose was pointing at too high an angle and the tail hit the tarmac – heavily enough to cause substantial damage. Tail strikes like this are not uncommon. The airplane was repaired and would have been rigorously inspected then and during subsequent maintenance checks. Nonetheless investigators who will soon have access to the Airbus’s flight data recorder will take a hard look at what is called the rear pressure bulkhead, a critical seal in the cabin’s pressurization system. Images from the wreckage in the Sinai show parts of the tail and rear fuselage near the site of this bulkhead lying clear of the rest of the debris, suggesting a possible break-up in flight. In the event of a failure of this bulkhead, the airplane would have suffered a sudden and potentially explosive decompression; at its final recorded altitude of 31,000 feet the difference between the pressure inside the cabin and the air outside would have been at the point where such a catastrophic failure would be most likely to occur. The wreckage shows no signs of a fire or an engine-related explosion.
originally posted by: DAVID64
Where's the missile track? I admit it's pretty blurry, but shouldn't we be able to see some kind of trail if a missile was fired?