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USSR shot down Korean passenger Boeing 40 years ago. Chronicles

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There was ONE BEFORE the 1983 one, as it turns out, can you believe it? What was the business of South Korean dictators' of that time sending the passenger aircraft of their flag airline over the Soviet territory to be shot down once and again? What were they thinking in 1983 after THIS? Who was actually behind it all?! Is this another one of big-time Cold War mysteries yet-to-be-revealed?

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Is it possible that the civilian plane had a military spy mission? It certainly looks like it. Were the pilots punished or reprimanded for their bad navigation and worse reactions to the commands of the Russian military fighters?

Submitted on Tuesday, Apr 24, 2018 at 6:32:37 PM

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Welcome back to Earth, man: that was the Soviet version of the 1983 incident all along. Not even Yeltsin backed off from it although declassifying all the information regarding it and apologizing to the relatives of the victims. The 1983 plane got away about 600 kilometers (400 miles) from the established international air corridor INTO the Soviet territory, and there are STILL sensitive military objects in Kurillean Islands area. The South Korean dictators Chon Dou Hwang and Roe Dae Woo (I'm not sure about the correct spelling with Latin letters) were condemned to death penalty in the 90s for the Kwangju massacre of 1980, but then the death penalty got swapped for life in prison. What "fat information" might they have about the KAL planes shot down by the Soviets?

Submitted on Wednesday, Apr 25, 2018 at 4:08:32 AM

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