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EgyptAir Flight 990 / Crash Investigation #193790

ABC Evening News for Friday, Aug 11, 2000
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Lisa Stark) NTSB report supporting the theory that co-pilot Gamil el-Batouty deliberately crashed the EgyptAir Flight 990 plane into the ocean on October 31, 1999, featured; quotes from the cockpit recording of the words of Batouty and pilot Ahmed el-Habashy outlined on screen. [Former NTSB managing director Peter GOELZ, EgyptAir vice president Captain Shaker KELADA - offer differing opinions on whether it was a deliberate act.] The investigation into Batouty's background detailed. [Co-pilot's nephew Walid el-BATOUTY - offers denial.]

Gibson, Charles;
Stark, Lisa

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