Russia Says It Was The CIA, NOT Turkey, That Downed Russian Jet

Moscow say the CIA shot down the Russian jet flying over Syria, not Turkey

A Ministry of Defence report on the downing of the Russian jet says that the CIA shot the plane down on Tuesday, and not Turkey as is widely believed. Russia say that at the time of the incident the CIA were “controlling and operating” a Turkish Air Force F-16 fighter jet in close proximity to the disaster.

The report says that Aerospace Forces conducting combat missions in the Levant War Zone over Syria were notified by the US military on Tuesday that the CIA were operating out of Turkey’s Incirlik Air Base, maneuvering an F-16 fighter jet close to the Turkey-Syrian border. reports:

US Air Force flight controllers in further clarifying the “purpose/mission” of this Turkish Air Force F-16 flight, this report continues, stated to their Aerospace Forces counterparts that it was conducting a routine photographic reconnaissance flight for intelligence purposes—which this reports notes is always conducted under the direction of the CIA who mission is monitoring arms shipments from Turkey to Islamic State rebels in Syria.

Sensing no threat from this CIA operated Turkish Air Force F-16, this report says, an Aerospace Forces Su-24M bomber returning to its Syrian airbase with its two Sukhoi Su-30 fighter plane escorts “allowed/authorized” them to accelerate towards their base due to low fuel issues and increased its flight altitude to 6,000 meters (19,685 feet) to prevent attacks from ground based fired missiles as per its procedures.

Immediately upon the Su-24M reaching the altitude of 6,000 meters, this report grimly states, and without its Su-30 escorts able to protect it, the CIA directed Turkish Air Force F-16 immediately went to hypersonic speed and fired three air-to-air missiles at the Aerospace Forces “target” destroying this Federation bomber and causing its two pilots, Lieutenant Colonel Oleg Peshkov and Captain Konstantin Murahtin, to safely eject from their now destroyed plane.

After safely ejecting from their destroyed bomber plane, this report continues, Lieutenant Colonel Peshkov and Captain Murahtin, when nearing the ground, were then shot at by Islamic State terrorists who in doing so committed a grave war crime—and which killed Lieutenant Colonel Peshkov whose attackers celebrated his death.

Captain Murahtin, however, this report says, was able to be saved when the Su-30 escorts returned and provided covering fire to protect him—and who, also, provided air cover for the Aerospace Forces helicopters sent to rescue him.

Of the three Aerospace Forces helicopters sent to rescue Captain Murahtin however, MoD experts in this report say, one was destroyed by a US missile fired by Islamic State terrorists killing Naval Infantry Soldier (Marine) Alexandr Pozynich.

With MoD satellite data proving that the Su-24M bomber was about 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) in Syrian airspace when it was shot down, this report continues, Turkey then “absurdly” claimed that it had violated its airspace up to a depth of 2.19 kilometers (1.36 miles) for about 17 seconds and had been warned to change its heading 10 times—which would have been impossible as a normal plane-to-plane single “communication transfer” takes at least 45 seconds to occur.

Also, this report notes, with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan stating in 2012 that a “short-term border violation can never be a pretext for attack”, this disaster became even more bizarre when Turkey yesterday, in a letter to the UN Security Council, openly stated that it had shot down the Su-24M and even admitted it had ordered the attack on the rescue mission for the downed pilots.

Though Prime Minister Erdogan has yet to contact President Putin, this report says, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov did discuss this disaster with his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu, who assured Russia that Turkey wants to preserve friendly ties with Moscow, and to which Minister Lavrov replied that the Federation was not planning a war against Turkey.

Based on the MoD analysis in this report though, Foreign Minister Lavrov further stated: “We have serious doubts that this act was unintentional. It looks very much like a preplanned provocation.”

MoD intelligence experts in this report further support Minister Lavrov by noting it was not a coincidence that a Turkish film crew captured this shootdown either as they were most likely tipped off to be at the right place at the right time—a fact undisputed by even American observers.

Critical to note too, this report says, this disaster occurred just days after Turkish officials warned Russia to “immediately end its operation” against these Islamic State terrorists—and which we noted the MoD’s grave concerns by stating: “To if the United States led NATO will intervene to protect their Islamic State allies against total defeat and risk World War III with Russia and China, this report warns, is the greatest unanswered question now facing the Federation.

With the CIA having now plotted with certain elements within Turkey to provoke a larger war, this report concludes, President Putin ordered this morning that the previous agreement with the United States is now suspended and that the much feared S-400 defense missile system will now be deployed to the Hmeymim airbase in Syria—whose missiles have a range of 250 kilometers (155 miles) [the Turkish border, at its closest, is less than 50 miles away], and when combined with the airspace defense provided by the Moskva naval cruiser, will now spell certain death for any other Turkish-CIA-NATO aircraft should they ever again attempt to target a Federation warplane.

  • Iain Pearson

    • Yay Bubbles


  • Vladimir Poutine

    USA will PAY ! They don’t call me Mad Vlad for nothing !

  • Badenuff

    The kids need to quit poking the bear.

  • xfjea

    What is flying across horizontally at 14s in the video where the jet is shot down (2nd video from top)?

  • vic of coverup

    common sense shows clearly cia co-opt. Obama pushing radical nwo.

  • Steve Fye

    A well placed EMP would take out the power grid and send the US back to the 1800’s. Better invest in some candles.

  • Joe Palooka

    F U C K Sorcha Faal…oops I mean David “Disinfo” Booth.

  • Stein

    Could at least get half the facts right.. the remaining pilot was not rescued by choppers as these had enough saving themselves with crew..
    He was rescued by ground forces, i.e SF.
    The CIA part here is totally unsubstantiated. The US used the age old device of deception and persuasion, letting Turkey believe they would get military support and backup against Russia.
    Aim is divide and conquer, end cooperation Turkey – Russia (on economic, geopolitical and other levels).

  • Stein

    Possibly it all was directed by Turkish and NATO officers at a common operations room in Incirlik. A NATO op.

  • Fignewton

    While I believe totally that the CIA is capable of such an act of cowardice, as to lure a plane into an area and destroy it. I find this article a bit hard to believe. Mainly because Turkey was so quick to claim responsibility for the incident, and then to claim it did not even know it was a Russian plane that it attacked, so they had to be involved and they knew of the plot however it happened. Now they are trying to shift the blame to someone or something else to avoid a confrontation with Russia. If we had any leadership at all besides the boneheaded bunch in Washington now, as the leader of the coalition we would have been first to know the circumstances and should have been the first to suggest the truth. But we seem to be in the same shape as Turkey, our leaders are completely untrustworthy, and know only how to tell lies!

  • Ari Asulin

    what a failed false flag looks like

  • Thomas Baker

    The fact of the matter is this; the British Empire and Obama are behind this reckless incident which, if not for immediate channels of communication opened by those in the US not compliant and not in favor of British/Obama provocations against Russia, channels in direct contact with Pres. Putin, the world could and most probably would be at WW III.

  • Maxim Lewis

    Where’s the report?

    • Yay Bubbles

      it’s just another limited hangout. you gotta love the jokers at the NSA. Some of these sites are just…well, ….masterpieces.

  • Karl Grosvenor

    I always knew those American cowards had something to do with it!Please Mr Putin teach these yanks a lesson they will never forget and shoot their aeroplanes down.