posted on Dec, 10 2013 @ 08:03 AM
reply to post by spooky24
The Egyptians refused to accept the NTSB report, which blamed the relief pilot and said he committed suicide. They did their own investigation and
said that the different control movements were a result of a mechanical problem, not the pilots fighting each other for control. It was a CYA report,
not an actual accident report because of the pilot on board at the time.
Data also came from radar stations along the coast which tracked the aircraft almost until impact. The primary radar which saw it only saw one return,
until the went below where it could see. That means it was intact up until that point.
It's roughly 409 miles per hour.
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