Air France Received Bomb Threat Days Before Plane Crash

June 3, 2009

Argentina (ChattahBox) – Sources have reported that a mere three days before the fateful crash of Flight 447 over the Atlantic, a bomb threat was called in on an Air France flight from Argentina to Paris.

According to the the report from the Huffington Post, officials searched the plane, but found nothing.

Despite the coincidence that has sparked intrigue all over the world, which put the threat so soon before the tragic death of over 200 people on Flight 447, officials do not believe that terrorism was a factor in the event.

While the wreckage did not yield details into what happened that night, most still speculate it was a storm that took the plane down.  The Brazilian navy rushed on Wednesday to reach the wreckage of an Air France jet and start the grim job of pulling debris from the Atlantic Ocean, where the plane with 228 people went down.  The recovery effort is expected to be exceedingly difficult because of the depth of water which can sink as low as 22,950 feet (7,000 meters) and the current storm season.


4 Responses to “Air France Received Bomb Threat Days Before Plane Crash”

  1. Alex on June 3rd, 2009 11:55 am

    This is not an accident ?!
    Air France jet with 228 people on board is feared to have crashed in the ocean off the coast of Brazil.
    Heard this on the radio earlier on my way back home from the mall. Air France flight AF 447 from Rio de Janeiro to Paris disappeared from the radar while flying over the Atlantic Ocean.
    The video from the scene:Air France jet-video-online

  2. nader paul kucinich gravel on June 3rd, 2009 12:00 pm

    Massive cover up is being sold to the public –

  3. olivia on June 3rd, 2009 12:16 pm

    Nader – Well, thank God we have people like you keeping a level head. lol.

  4. Old Man Dotes on June 3rd, 2009 12:58 pm

    Assume it was a terrorist bomb, and not merely a tragic storm-related accident; what good purpose would be served by giving the bombers “credit” for murdering the passengers and crew? The conspiracy theorists are far too concerned with “being right” instead of *doing* right.

    For that matter, it might have been a meteor or space debris entering the atmosphere at the most inopportune moment; the remoteness of the probability does not eliminate the possibility.

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