UPDATE ISIS Bomb on Board Russian Flight 9268: Wednesday November 4th, 201, Russian Flight 9268 Airbus A321 Black Box indicates chaos in cockpit. Flight 9268’s mid-air destruction over Egypt bears all the chilling hallmarks of the devastating Lockerbie tragedy, experts fear. British counter-terrorist officials believe a bomb may have been smuggled through lax security at Sharm el-Sheikh where the doomed Russian jet took off for St Petersburg on Saturday. And it blew up at the same altitude as the Pan Am 747 exploded over the Scottish town in December 1988 – 31,000ft. Investigators fear the reasons behind downing of the Russian jet may be similar to that of Lockerbie: Muslim fanatics’ hatred of a foreign power’s actions. UK businesswoman Sylvia Tidy-Harris, a regular vistor to Sharm el-Sheikh Airport, claimed terrorists would have no problems smuggling a bomb through the airport there as security was so poor, “Security is a joke.
UPDATE: Russian jet 'blown up by bomb'. Monday Nov 2nd, 2015 5:37 am EST, UK Telegraph Newspaper, Bomb most likely cause on Russian Flight 9268 Airbus A321, says French aviation expert Michel Polacco, aviation expert on France Info radio, said terrorism was the most likely cause of the crash. "A break-up of the plane mid-flight that results in the type of debris we have seen can only come from a serious blow to the plane's structure," and most likely an explosion, said Mr Polacco, a pilot and flight instructor. "It can be due to technical causes, but that is very unlikely and has rarely occurred. That leads us to the terrorist line of inquiry, of a bomb that can have such effects," he said. On Sunday officials cited the exceptionally wide distribution of Russian Flight 9268 Airbus A321 debris over an area of approximately 8 square miles, very similar to the debris field of the Pan Am 103 bombing.
"Simulated photo above of passenger plane exploding due to a bomb on-board."
UPDATE: Sunday Nov 1st, 2015 12:30 pm EST, UK Telegraph Newspaper, French Experts Believe ISIL aka ISIS May Have Placed Bomb On-Board Russian Flight 9268 Airbus A321. I first indicated a bomb had been placed on the Russian flight yesterday 10/31/2015. An Islamic State-linked group in Egypt has reportedly claimed responsibility for downing a Russian passenger jet, Kogalymavia Flight 9268, in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. The plane a Airbus A321 was split into two parts, it has emerged that the aircraft broke up mid-air at 31,000 feet scattering debris and bodies over a wide area. Professor Michael Clarke, Director General of the Royal United Services Institute said early indications suggest that the jet may have been destroyed by a bomb on the aircraft. So the fact that there was a catastrophic failure at 31,000 feet approximately 23 minutes into the flight on accent, with the Russian aircraft falling in two pieces, suggests to me an explosion on board. The Russian Flight 9268 height and time into accent mimics the 1988 Pan Am 103 bombing, there are no coincidences in terrorism.
The Pan Am Flight 103 Lockerbie bombing on Dec. 21, 1988 over Scotland blew up at the same height, 31,000 feet, as the Russian Flight 9268 on October 31 2015 that blew up at 31,00 feet. The Pan Am device exploded approximately 38 minutes into the flight on accent after Pan Am Flight 103 departed for New York. On Oct. 15th, 2015, Two New Libyan Suspects ID’d in Pan Am 103 Flight Bombing That Killed 35 Syracuse Univ Students, Tampa’s Sam Mustafa Said US Needs Another Pan AM 103 And He Would Carry it Out. The two countries, Scotland and the United States, are asking Libyan authorities to help Scottish detectives and FBI officers interview the suspects in Tripoli.
BOMB IN LUGGAGE: ALTIMETER BOMB- Recent intelligence suggests Islamic Terrorists have expressed interest in obtaining Casio watches with an altimeter function to trigger a bomb at higher altitudes. Casio watches have been extensively used by Islamic Terrorists as timers for improvised explosive devices. ALTIMETER BOMB- barometric or altimeter triggering device, which are sensitive to high altitude atmospheric pressures, will move a diaphragm which pushes a switch connected to a battery and which by electric charge blasts the cap and detonates the bomb.
Pan Am Flight 103 bombing in 1988 over Lockerbie Scotland left a debris field of 10 miles on the ground. On Wednesday December 21st 1988 at 6:25 p.m. Pan Am Flight 103 a Boeing 747 took off from London’s Heathrow Airport on the second leg of the journey to New York City. Just 38 minutes after the plane took off, at 31,000 feet, the bomb detonated near the left wing. Power went out instantly and the plane began breaking apart, sending the crew members and passengers, including 35 Syracuse University students returning from a semester abroad, plummeting toward Earth.
Russian Kogalymavia Flight 9268 a Airbus A321 took off from Sharm el-Sheikh Airport in Egypt on Halloween, Saturday October 31st, 2015 at 5:51 am, just 23 minutes into the flight, at 31,000 feet, the plane exploded breaking apart in two sections sending the crew members and 217 passengers plummeting toward Earth, officials cited the exceptionally wide distribution of Russian Flight 9268 Airbus A321 debris over an area of approximately 8 square miles.
Sharm El Sheikh International Airport in Sharm el-Sheikh Egypt where Russian Kogalymavia Flight 9268 originated has security problems. The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advise against all but essential travel to the Governorate of South Sinai, with the exception of the area within the Sharm el Sheikh perimeter barrier, which includes the Sharm El Sheikh International Airport and the areas of Sharm el Maya, Hadaba, Naama Bay, Sharks Bay and Nabq. Terrorists continue to plan and conduct attacks in Egypt. Comment from a recent visitor to Sharm Airport: "The chaos of the duty free is outrageous we were told we could not take our hand luggage into the shop and we had to leave it outside, where anyone could take it, or even worse put something illegal inside it, Sharm is the only airport in the world where you are told to leave your luggage unattended."
A statement attributed to the Wilayat Sinai group said: “The fighters of the Islamic State were able to down a Russian plane over Sinai province that was carrying over 220 Russian crusaders. They were all killed, thanks be to God.” ISIS terrorists claim to down Russian jetliner. The statement was circulated on Twitter and also posted on the Aamaq website, which acts as a semi-official news agency for ISIS.
NYT BOMB ONBOARD…The pilot did not request to change his route to make an emergency landing, he said, emphasizing that “all was normal; the plane disappeared suddenly off the radar without any prior warning.” There is the possibility a bomb was planted or carried onboard. There has been a violent insurgency in Sinai against the Egyptian government for several years. The Russian plane hits 31,000 feet then dropped like a stone straight down indicates possible bomb, see chart.
Law of Physics, a object in motion, especially a Passenger jet traveling at 550 mph in a straight line, continues in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an external force, like a bomb. No way the Russian Flight 9268 Airbus A321 would have stopped in mid-flight, broke into two parts, and dropped straight down "due to mechanical problems", bullcrap.
The two Arab males were acting suspicious all during the whole flight, they actually covered their mouths with their hands as they spoke, even though they were speaking Arabic. The US Airways Flight 2095 Airbus A321 out of Newark NJ that I was on in 2013 and which was under surveillance by the Arab males, is the same exact type of plane that went down yesterday in Egypt, Russian Flight 9268 Airbus A321.