7th APRIL 2015 - Vol.XXXVIII No.018
World News

Clinton crash claim denied by White House

WASHINGTON: The US was yesterday still denying reports that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was injured and US Navy Seal Commander Job W Price killed when their C-12 Huron transport aircraft crash landed in the Iranian city of Ahvaz near the Iraqi border recently.

Iranian intelligence agents confirm that a US aircraft is still in their possession in Ahvaz, but will only admit that the plane was forced to land because of technical problems.

The startling report cited that Clinton and her US Navy Seal escorts deviated from their assigned flight path heading, instead, directly towards Iran's Ahvaz International Airport where, oddly enough, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was awaiting her arrival, claims Russian military intelligence (GRU) from the Kremlin.

Iranian emergency and security personnel responded and attended to the victims, including Clinton who was reportedly unconscious and "bleeding profusely".

After emergency aid was given, Russian agents stationed in Iran confirm that another US military flight was dispatched from Bahrain to Ahvaz which evacuated all of those killed and wounded in the crash including Clinton.

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