IRAN PLANE CRASH: Plane "Allegedly" Shot Down by IRAN Using Russian-made Missiles [VIDEO]
Jan. 10, 2020
Iran authorities are supposed to hold accountable for the loss of 176 lives on board. Critics said.
Mainstream western media believed Iran Forces ALLEGEDLY brought down Ukrainian passenger plane leaving NOBODY SURVIVED by using Russian-made missiles, "possibly in error".
Video verified by The New York Times appears to show an Iranian missile hitting a plane near Tehran’s airport. NYT has confirmed the authenticity of the video
(Sources: Flightradar24, OpenStreetMap, Google | Note: Times are in local time. A screenshot from New York Times Report)
Netherlands-based media BNO News also suggest that a ballistic object hit the Ukrainian passenger plane that caused at least 176 death.
US-based media Newsweek quoted a Pentagon and senior US intelligence officials, as well as an Iraqi intelligence official, as saying they believed Ukraine International Airlines flight PS752 was hit by a Russian-made Tor missile.
Newseek also added that None of the officials was authorized to speak publicly on the matter.
US President Trump said on Thursday that he had "suspicions" about what happened to the plane.
Iran has ruled out a missile strike by its air defences, according to an early BBC report. The country also refused to hand over the black box from crashed airliner, an effort that sparked wide speculation.
Up to now, Iran state media has remained silent. Not a single Iran authorities make comments on this issue. On Wednesday, ISNA said the cause of the crash is "under investigation".
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