It's good to see that wiser heads in Tehran have prevailed and that they have taken stock of the Mailwatch position before making matters any worse than they already are.Safe_Timber_Man wrote: ↑Fri Jan 10, 2020 10:42 amWith regards to the passenger yet; it would be so much easier and forgivable (wrong word perhaps?) if Iran just held their hands up and said "Yes, it was an absolutely awful mistake and we're genuinely terrible sorry. We were having missiles fired at us by US drones at the time and our anti-air defences were a bit trigger happy".
Probably no where near as simplistic as I'm making out but they surely aren't helping themselves by outright denying it if they were responsible.
Iran Air Flight 665.spoonman wrote: ↑Sat Jan 11, 2020 2:53 pmWithout wanting to give them any credit in doing so, at least the Iranians fessed up pretty quickly to say "we fucked up here". If such an incident happened in say the UK or USA from military action etc. then you'd be waiting decades at least to ever find out that the government/authorities were responsible.
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