Menichini said cell phones have been collected from the site but that they “hadn’t been exploited yet.” French prosecutor Brice Robin said that he was unaware of any cellphone video collected at the crash site. “All are for now being kept at Seynes-Les video is said to have come from a memory card amid wreckage found at the site purportedly belonging to a cell phone. Video which Brice Robin insists has not been handed to investigators and in all likelihood does not exist. Both papers say the footage “A person who has such a video needs to immediately give it to the investigators,” Robin told CNN. Robin’s comments follow claims by two magazines, German daily Bild and French Paris Match, of a cell phone video showing the harrowing final seconds He added, “A person who has such a video needs to immediately give it to the investigators.” Robin’s comments follow claims by two magazines, German daily Bild and French Paris Match, of a cell phone video showing the harrowing final seconds from on board “So far no videos were used in the crash investigation,” Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin told CNN. Two media outlets site but have not yet “been exploited.” None of the phones has been sent yet to the Criminal Research Institute near The authenticity of this cell phone video is called into play today by prosecutor, Brice Robin, who is handling the Germanwings case in France. He said that all the telephones found at the crash site have been sent to the lab for analysis and has no .
to have seen cell phone video showing the harrowing final seconds from on board the flight were wrong. Prosecutor Robin told CNN that “so far no videos were used in the crash investigation” and urged anyone who might have such a video immediately to hand Authorities initially said no cellphone video had been found from the Germanwings A320 that crashed into the French Alps. But Marseille Prosecutor Brice Robin left open the possibility that such video might exist but hadn’t been turned over to investigators. They also found 42 cellphones in what Robin called a “very, very damaged” condition. No video or audio from the cellphones of those aboard the plane has been released publicly. However, a French reporter says he viewed video from one cellphone video thanks Does a video exist from the final frantic But prosecutor Brice Robin cast doubt on the claim by the two publications, telling Reuters that none of the cell phones collected at the crash site had been sent for analysis. “All are for now being kept .
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