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another example of
pro-chinese extremism on this web site. They won't produce facts, because there aren't any to support their argument, or they just don't know how to use google. If the spy plane really did enter chinese air space they surely would have not wasted anytime in shooting it down and rightfully so. But, again, all they will say is that "it was clearly in chinese air space". |
"The collision would appear to have taken place over waters of the South China Sea, which China considers as its territorial waters, but which have not been so recognised by the international community in view of China's pending territorial dispute with certain ASEAN countries in this matter"
This article is from a chinese paper. It suggest the slow, defensless plane ran into a chinese fighter jet. Teh claim about the airspace issues seems to be derived about the EMERGENCY landing, which I think is legal in emgergency situations. So, either the fighter jet ran into the US plane, or the slow, defenseless plane ran into a fighter jet. This was in international airspace...the emergency landing was the only thing that wasn't in international air space.
So, again, I must say that if slow, weaponless planes can take out fighter jets, then chinese air power has a ways to go. Or could this be a training issue for the chinese military??