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Posted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 8:23 am

The tragic crash of that Boeing 777 over a war zone has dominated the news. Unanswered questions fill the air like swarms of birds looking for food. Accusations of who was to blame pumps speculations about the firing of that evil missile like water gushing from a broken fire hydrant. Was it a Russian who pulled the trigger on the sophisticated equipment that fired the missile 33,000 feet into the fuselage of the airline with 283 passengers aboard with 15 crew members?

Television coverage just hours after the crash was excellent with views of the wreckage scattered over a 20-mile, or more, area. Numerous sources were sent to us live by the networks covering the story. Speculation of how it happened and who was to blame came immediately.

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