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Originally posted by lindalinda
reply to post by Yossarian
Not very strange when the reason is given that Air France used the area for its transatlantic flights in the 30s.
The ATS is the meeting place for engineers and technicians. * des Sociétés adhérentes à la FFA (voir la carte des sites sidérurgiques en France ) Companies adhering to the FFA (see map of steel sites in France) * des filiales hors France du Groupe Arcelor of subsidiaries outside France's Arcelor o en Europe in Europe o aux Etats Unis to USA o au Brésil in Brazil
. At this moment in time I would like to go on record and say that my gut feeling tells me that this plane was blown up intentionally to discard evidence that would have had detremental effect on TPTB. Sounds a little out there I know but something isn't right