Autopsies Suggest Air France Jet Broke up in Sky

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Brazilian Navy sailors pick a piece of debris from Air France flight AF447 out of the Atlantic... Brazilian Navy sailors pick a piece of debris from Air France flight AF447 out of the Atlantic Ocean, some 745 miles northeast of Recife, in this handout photo distributed by the Navy June 8, 2009. Full Story

Albuquerque, NM

#1 Jun 23, 2009
yeppers, bodies falling for 5 miles have a tendancy to be broken up a bit. The ONLY blessing is the passengers went from panic to unconsious quickly with the lack of oxygen.

Deer Park, NY

#2 Jun 23, 2009
A coworkers father worked for the airlines for many years and he said planes just don't "break up" in the air. Something smells fishy here.

“NM Desert Rat”

Since: Mar 08

Elephant Butte, N.M.

#3 Jun 23, 2009

Deer Park, NY

#4 Jun 24, 2009
NM Desert Rat wrote:

Perhaps or maybe something else like a missle. Planes go through rough weather, turbulence, and get struck by lightening quite often and have never broken apart in flight.

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