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Submitted by Richard Knox (United States), Dec 8, 2020 at 11:23

rense.com site 100% supports the flat spin scenario / early pix of flaming crash SHOW the main portion of the crashed jet - fully intact ! Later crash site inspection also showed that a man holding a baby; still had him in his lap - POST impact / Plane did in fact crash in a flat spin ! most likely cause is deployment of left thrust reverser / I since then have big doubt about shoe bomber being the cause. Common sense points to sabotage

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