DISCLOSURE: Sourced from Russian government funded media

by Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio

Russia Today is such a balanced information network that it has re-launched the video released by the US Department of Defense on the alleged incident that occurred on the Black Sea on Tuesday 14 March due to the close encounter between a US Air Force MQ-9 Reaper drone and SU-27 aircraft of the Aerospace Forces of Russia with minimal commentary, on the camera which jams twice, although the footage highlights many indications of a suspected misdirection attempt to give credence to the Pentagon version.

Despite this journalistic correctness RT France was closed weeks ago due to the seizure of financial accounts by the Paris government and just yesterday RT Arabia was banned from Facebook.

According to the theory of the US Department of Defense, the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) used for surveillance and espionage missions would have first been obscured with the launch of fuel from a Moscow fighter and then damaged to a propeller by a second interceptor.

According to the version of the Russian Ministry of Defense, the drone, which traveled without a transponder, was intercepted for security reasons but there was no collision and it fell by itself due to a risky manoeuvre. Neither Moscow nor Washington report the launch of a missile to bring it down.

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