Looking more convincing by the day.
Is this proof Russian jet WAS bombed? Photographs of wreckage show holes that appear to be the result of shrapnel punching its way out from inside the plane
Possible proof: A picture of one of the crashed Airbus A321’s doors reveals ‘pockmarks’ on the inside, which could be evidence of shrapnel from a bomb that has gone off inside the plane
- Pictures of the wreckage of the crashed Russian jet show ‘evidence’ of a bomb having been on the plane
- Holes on the wreckage appears to have been caused by something exploding inside the aircraft
- A plane door at the crash scene shows ‘pockmarks’ on the inside, which may have been caused by shrapnel
- See more of the latest on the Russian jet at www.dailymail.co.uk/russia
Photographs have emerged of the Russian tourist jet that went down over Egypt’s Sinai peninsula last weekend, which appear to prove that it was brought down by a bomb.
Images show holes in the wreckage of the Airbus A321 which bear the evidence of having been caused by something from inside the plane.
This follows news of further evidence suggesting that the crash was the result of a bomb planted by Isis militants, U.S. and European security sources said on Wednesday.
The Airbus A321 crashed on Saturday in the Sinai Peninsula shortly after taking off from the resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on its way to the Russian city of St Petersburg, killing all 224 people on board.
Russian newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda has highlighted pictures of the Airbus A321 wreckage in Egypt showing pockmarks in the fuselage.