Egypt Air Coverage

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  1. Deckel

    Deckel Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    It is getting annoying. CNN today--The family members are upset that they are not being told anything and are demanding answers.

    Seriously? They haven't even found the wreckage yet. Just some flotsam. What do they think they are not being told--the obvious? Your relative is on a plane that is crashed. They are dead.

    People are too impatient and the media will just run with anything to fill air time. Ugh.

    Anybody else tired of these nonsense trying to make mountains out of mole hills aspects of stories?
     
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    Has any terrorist group taken credit for this EgyptAir crash yet?
     
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    thought i heard on one of the news programs it was most likely a bomb.
     
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    Deckel Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Not that I am aware of. Given the rise of the lone wolf, they may not know themselves TBH if someone did it under their umbrella.

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    That is the assumption but there is no real evidence as of yet to say one way or the other.
     
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    https://www.rt.com/news/359642-egyptair-ms804-tnt-traces/

    French investigators reportedly found traces of TNT in debris from the EgyptAir Airbus A320 that crashed over the Mediterranean in May. Though the origin of the traces is unclear, it adds to speculation that the crash was an inside job.

    Investigators from France’s Criminal Research Institute of the National Gendarmerie (IRCGN) discovered traces of the explosive last week when visiting Cairo, Le Figaro reported on Friday.

    Egyptian authorities reportedly did not allow French investigators to examine the debris more thoroughly, and the origin of the TNT traces still remains unclear, a source close to the investigation told the newspaper.

    To confirm the finding, the Egyptians want to draft a joint report with the French, but France’s investigators are unwilling to do so unless adequate access to the debris is granted, Le Figaro’s report said.
     

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