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Pilot Error

Reader comment on item: Why Did American Airlines 587 Crash?
in response to reader comment: ok, its 2006, anyone know what really happened?

Submitted by Arianna L (United Kingdom), Feb 13, 2007 at 18:07

SHAMBOLIC! Final verdict was pilot error - always easy to blame the dead. Interesting comment posted about assasination of a particular passenger. The flight was full of Dominicans, apart from one Chinese or Japanese delegate if I remember rightly. Countless stories about explosions....I have spoken to residents in Belle Harbour and visited the crash site. Quite feasible! AA was on the bones of its behind post 9/11 - had the real reason for this crash been publicised AA would have gone under. Total cover up. I'm an ex-AAer and there is definitely something they are not telling us!

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