Report: French DGSE Find Islamic Jihadists Were Onboard Air France Flight 447

Report: French DGSE Find Islamic Jihadists Were Onboard Air France Flight 447

UPDATE 10 June 2009: According to a SkyNews report issued today a team of French secret service agents from the DGSE   (Direction Générale de la Sécurité Extérieure), the equivilent of America’s CIA and the UK’s MI6, have determined that two individuals with names matching those of  known Islamic terrorists who are detailed within highly classified documents listing Islamic Jihadists considered to be direct threats to the French Republic were booked as passengers onboard the destroyed Air France Flight 447 from Rio de Janiero, Brazil to Paris on 31 May.

According to the SkyNews report, “A source working for the French security services told Paris weekly L’Express that the link was “highly significant”.

1 June 2009: Flight AF 447 from flying from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, France disappeared over the Atlantic Ocean about 4 hours into its flight. The aircraft, carrying 216 passengers and 12 crew members, is believed to have experienced some type of sudden, catastrophic problem, perhaps caused by severe turbulence.