Satellite Shows Heat Flash When Russian Metrojet Plane Crashed, But No Missile: U.S. Officials | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Satellite Shows Heat Flash When Russian Metrojet Plane Crashed, But No Missile: U.S. Officials

A senior defense official told NBC News late Monday that an American infrared satellite detected a heat flash at the same time and in the same vicinity over the Sinai where the Russian passenger plane crashed.

According to the official, U.S. intelligence analysts believe it could have been some kind of explosion on the aircraft itself, either a fuel tank or a bomb, but that there's no indication that a surface-to-air missile brought the plane down.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

As this article points out, the exploding aircraft itself would produce a heat flash, but the propaganda push is still towards act of terror, both to bolster the war fever and (from Metrojet's point of view) block potential liability and negligence lawsuits. At that point in its flight, the aircraft would have still had half of its fuel load still in the tanks.

Funny how quickly we get the black box and satallite data as compared with MH17, isn't it?

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