Dorfmeister wrote:Alex555 wrote:http://rt.com/news/248837-us-reconnaissance-aircraft-intercepted/
"One side of the story" doesn't mean something from a russian source.
Everybody is screaming about "propaganda": truth must lie between both version of the story. Where were both planes precisely? Which space were they in? Transponder on both planes on/off? Who was the "dirty" player (coming too close or being to dangerous)? Us? Russians? Etc...
So, to sum up: factual and proved elements (from both side, so we can have an educated guess) and no smokey theory (no matter which side they came from).
Don't wanna be the troll here (I have no interest in the question of who's the best in the universe, sorry) but this story is pathetic and the loss of life which could have happened here must be well documented so such situations cannot happen again.
(To mods: feel free to cut and move to other topic if more appropriate. All my apologies for being off topic)
Sure so this is between US and Russia, but don't dare to post the russian source, maybe post a British or Belgian source, because those are such reliable sources and are absolutley not biased when it comes to russia or US.