TURKISH AIRLINER SHOT DOWN BY SYRIA: NO TRACES OF EXPLOSIVES FOUND, PRESS INQUIRES

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“On waste [device] discovered during sea, no snippet of incendiary or bomb has been detected” , pronounced Wednesday dusk a matter of a General Staff of Turkish armed, adding which alternative waste fibbing in a bottom of a Mediterranean as well as had nonetheless to be explored to arrive during a last conclusion. For a initial time, a Turkish armed forces did not make use of a tenure “shot by Syria” though rsther than talked “our craft which Syria claimed to have destroyed” , causing a little difficulty upon how a situation which caused a critical predicament in in between Turkey as well as Syria.

So far, a Turks insisted which Syria was killed upon Jun twenty-two a single of their F-4 Phantom upon a precision goal in a eastern Mediterranean by banishment anti-aircraft (DCA) or by a aspect to air missile. Both pilots were killed. Damascus has concurred destroying a aircraft, accusing it of violating a airspace.

PILOT ERROR OR TECHNICAL FAILURE

Thursday, a Turkish press, confused, questioned a basement of troops matter upon a reasons for dropping a camera, evoking a topic of a probable collision caused by commander blunder or a technical failure, not all bar a antagonistic act. A former armed forces ubiquitous of a Turkish Air, Erdogan Karakus, interviewed by a journal of ubiquitous dissemination Hürriyet consider it could be an accident. “We can not contend just what happened as a fuselage of a aircraft has not been studied, though Turkey seems to shift his thesis” , he told a journal .

Another dilettante interviewed by a every day Milliyet , a assign which anti-aircraft reportedly exploded nearby a aircraft in moody could destabilize it as well as means it to crash. Turkey laid open a “hostile act” from his neighbor. Relations in in between Turkey as well as Syria, before Allied on all sides has run-down significantly given a begin of a crackdown in Syria in Mar 2011.