‘Early on, mixed reports were circulating in the media, with some indicating that the plane made an in-air distress call, and then later, others were saying that there were no such preliminary indications of trouble, before the plane rapidly dropped altitude before disappearing from radar.

Based on all available evidence this far, all indications point to the plane breaking-up in the air – which points to a few remaining possible conclusions which are:

1. The plane was shot down.

2. There was a bomb on board.

Joining in the speculation scrum now is a new online claim originating on an ISIS Twitter account – which shows a video which terrorists say depicts the Russian flight being shot down early this morning.’

Read more: Alleged ISIS Video Claims ‘Shoot Down’ of Russian Airliner in Sinai – But False Flag is More Likely