YEMENIA -AIRBUS -CRASH -CONSPIRACY -BY -FRANCE
(World Aeronautical Press Agency - 2009-07-10 12:30 pm)
Moroni, Comoros - The stunning revelation made by people close to the investigation on June 30's accident
(WAPA) - Yemenia Airbus A-310/300, flight IY626, might have been shot down by a French missile. The aircraft, with 153 people on board, ditched in the waters of the Indian ocean on June 30, while en route from Sana'a (Yemen) to Moroni (Comore). This is the stunning revelation made by an expert close to the investigation and published by the "Yemen Post" newspaper.
According to the Yemeni daily, Israeli and French warships would have been off the Comorian coast on the day of the tragedy to perform some military exercise. This news would have also been confirmed by the French embassy in Sana'a, even if the diplomatic representation said that these operations would have ended 24 hours before the crash.
"French authorities are blaming Yemenia for the crash -said the source- while they have tried to hide all evidence that links them to the plane crash. All signs show that France is responsible for the crash, as it is using its strong international presence to hide its mistakes, especially after the crash of the France airliner off the coast of Brazil that happened just last month".
Another not clear element, "Yemen Post" reported, is the fact that Bahiyyah Bakri, the lone survivor to the air disaster, is now in France and can't be heard as witness, even if required by Yemeni inquirers, because French authorities said she is suffering psychological disease.
In the meanwhile Yemenia employees protested under the French embassy, asking for transparency on the cause of this accident. According to them, France is having an "Ambiguous" behaviour on the matter. (Avionews)