Metrojet damning new evidence
Crucial images suggest CE systems explosion was cause of the crash, not a bomb.
These two images are absolutely crucial in backing up our initial claims that this aircraft was the victim of yet another explosion in the pressurised systems fitted to them which spray aerosols during flight.
As we discussed in our recent update on the Metrojet topic, we stated immediately this happened that an explosion in the front hold, just like the Las Vegas incident, was the likely cause of this crash. These two images, taken by Russian bloggers from a Russian media broadcast, show clear evidence of puncture holes made by objects that could be 4-6 inches in diameter that have punctured the outer shell. To do this requires considerable force. This cannot be evidence of a bomb at all. You don’t need to be ballistics expert to realise that a bomb creates a massive and omnidirectional pressure wave. Even if the bomb released shrapnel, we would expect to see evidence of that shrapnel in multiple areas and all directions but these images seem to suggest just a few large projectiles. If we are correct, the locations of these holes will be on from end of the fuselage, and in line with the front cargo hold.
Latest reports are that the flight recorder suggests an explosion in one engine was the cause. This would also be entirely consistent. The Las Vegas incident was identical. An explosion in the front hold sent one or more projectiles though the outer shell and into the side of the nacelle – the engine casing – tearing a hole in the engine and releasing parts of the engine onto the runway. It is entirely plausible and indeed likely in light of this new evidence, that exactly the same thing happened to the Russian Metrojet flight 9268.
A further theory about the lurching up and down and the eventual detachment of the tail section. Imagine if you were in an aircraft on which the front cargo hold suddenly caught fire with the ferocity of the Las Vegas fire – see image below – what would you do. Probably get as far towards the rear of the aircraft as possible. Could this panic among the passengers be the cause of the lurching and maybe even the eventual structural failure of the tail-section. Who knows. This is pure speculation obviously but it seems possible. What we do know is that the increasingly desperate attempts to explain this event don’t add up, then when we consider their attempts to close and bury this event, then we think we have a major clue as to what is really going on here.
We will be investigating this in more detail and will update this article when we have established exactly where about on the fuselage these puncture holes are.
One correction we do have to make is that a report below states that a video shows the wreckage burning 2 hours after the time of impact. We claimed din our previous article that we thought that was unlikely. If that is the case then this could be the remnants of the chemicals burning off. Remember that these aircraft are carrying huge amounts of these chemicals, which when ignited can cause massive fires.
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Doctor who examined half the victims says the bodies were badly burned adds further weight to evidence the Metrojet plane was hit by blast or fire. Forensic experts say initial tests showed no trace of explosives on bodies.
Read the full Daily Mail article here:
Egyptian authorities claim there is ‘NO proof’ doomed Russian holiday jet broke up mid-air
Doomed Russian holiday jet lurched up and down before plunging 31,000ft after being blown apart, bosses claim travellers still strapped in seats sucked from stricken Airbus A321 through hole at back of jet when the tail blew off. Plane crashed into Sinai peninsula killing all 224 passengers and crew just 23 minutes after leaving Sharm El Sheikh
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