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originally posted by: Blissful
a reply to: stormcell
A bomb couldn't make it through customs. An exploding engine sounds most plausible.
Photographs of the British Airways 777 show that the protective casing on the right side of the left engine was ripped into shreds by shrapnel, some of which ended up on the runway while other parts tore away at the inner wing and fuselage causing severe damage.
originally posted by: Tiamat384
As most of us know, on Halloween a tragic accident occurred in Egypt where an A321 passenger jet was destroyed. 224 people were on board the plane, and none survived. Now, it is reported that there is audio of the black boxes, and that an exsplosion is heard on it. This is pointing an on board bomb that may have been placed by ISIS as they claim to have brought down the plane.
Here are sources:
I have to ask how poor was the airport security if the bomb was allowed on board? In a way, it shouldn't be a surprise that ISIS would take vengeance on Russia after their involvement in Syria. If of course it ends up definite being a bomb. Possible engine explosion?
Anonymous wrote: Airplane disaster. I traveled through Russia two months back. In Moscow SVO, the check-in counter personnel asked a man if the passport of every passenger is OK for check in. he scanned the passport into his notebook computer and physically checked verified it and then gave OK. I asked who is this person. Answer: He is the airlines security. I asked about his badge. I was told that he works for a Russian security company. I said his accent is not Russian. He works for a Russian company that is a branch of a European company. I said he does not look or talks like a European. He is an Israeli who works for a Russian Security company which is a branch of a European company with headquarters in Israel. I said, yes, that makes sense because Israelis provide best security. They agreed and told me that the passenger document scans, body searches, luggage searches, food security, airplane cleaning, garbage collection, and airplane and airport security are all handled by Israeli company. In Moscow Vnukovo and in St. Petersburg and in Kazan and in Novosibirsk, Israelis provided all security. I asked an airline executive why is that a big country like Russia can't provide its own security? He explained that, if Russian airlines and airports do not use one of the approved security firms, the airplanes from Russia will be deemed unsafe and will not be allowed to travel to Europe/US. All the security companies in the list approved by FAA are Israeli owned. Then I noticed all airports all around the world, including Asia, Middle East (even Dubai and Mecca where Israeli citizens are not allowed to enter the country), Egypt, and China use local Security companies, which are branches of European/American companies with headquarters in Israel. (Iran and North Korea are exceptions. But they don't fly outside.) US is forcing them to use Israeli companies or be banned from Europe and US. Israeli companies decide who gets on an airplane and what bags/items are loaded onto the plane, anywhere in this world. If any bombs explode on any airplane anywhere, you know who placed it there. Recently a truther British reporter was murdered in Istanbul airport. She was detained by security screening personnel until her plane left without her. Then she was found hanging in the bathroom. The security cameras malfunctioned at that moment so nobody knows how that happened. Istanbul airport security is 100% run by Israeli companies.