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Maurienne goes back to the past  PisteHors.com
Posted on 9 October 2019 | 12:00 am
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Britpart: 📸 Check out the August Picture
Britpart: 📸 Check out the August Picture from our 2020 Britpart Cal%&*ar. 📸 This stunning photo was taken in Saint Sorlin d'A… https://t.co/LKgVbWW1Xa
Posted on 10 August 2020 | 7:26 am
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Resolved Question: Should I forgive and
France for sending Government terrorists to sink the Rainbow Warrior in Auckland Harbour 1985, killing an innocent man, Am not into Greenpeace. One of the terrorists has died in a plane accident and now a poll is going around Should we forgive them, am reminded of a comment from an american commander after D Day, surrounded /cut off and offered chance to surrender, The reply NUTTS We still have a few boys in France What would have happened if France did the same thing in an American Harbour A French Secret Service agent who helped destroy Greenpeace flagship the Rainbow Warrior in Auckland Harbour has been killed in a plane crash. Xavier Maniguet, 62, was one of four men aboard the yacht Ouvea that smuggled explosives used to sink the ship protesting French nuclear testing in the South Pacific in 1985. Maniguet, a flying instructor, died with a 76-year-old pupil yesterday after dropping off a skier on the 3400-metre-high Etendard glacier near the resort of Saint-Sorlin-d'Arves, the New Zealand Herald reported today. The pair were taking off, Maniguet at the controls, when a gust of wind hit the craft. He was a reserve officer in the French Navy, an expert diver, parachutist, acrobatic pilot, sailor and doctor specialising in diving injuries and aeronautical health. Maniguet and three other agents sailed the Ouvea from New Caledonia to New Zealand with two explosive charges hidden in an inflatable life-raft container. The charges, an inflatable boat, outboard motor and underwater breathing apparatus were delivered to agents charged with co-ordinating the operation. The gear was then pass to an assault team who attached the mines to the Rainbow Warrior, sinking it in Auckland Harbour on July 10, 1985. Dutch-Portuguese photographer Fernando Pereira, who had gone below deck to retrieve his camera, died in the blast. Maniguet continued to work for the Secret Service including a mission to free French hostages in Somalia last year. Two agents, Dominique Prieur and Alain Mafart were later jailed for 10 years for manslaughter. However, French lobbying and threats of retaliation against New Zealand agricultural exports to Europe, led to a deal under which they were transferred to Hao Atoll, in French Polynesia, in exchange for reparations payments. They returned to France after a short time.
Posted on 24 March 2009 | 4:49 pm
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