The Tragic Death of Photojournalist Ian Parry: Romanian Media on the Shootdown of TAROM AN-24 Bucharest-Belgrade
Posted by romanianrevolutionofdecember1989 on September 3, 2014
Horia Tabau, Criminalii din ‘Triunghiul Bermudelor,’ Expres, octombrie 1991.
see no. 17
 See Liviu Valenas, “Lovitura de palat din Romania: Capii complotului dezvaluie,” Baricada, no. 32 (21 August 1990), p.3. The speculation by Ratesh that the “anonymous plotters” were “surely Brucan and Militaru” seems correct; in fact, their photos appear in the center of the article, see Nestor Ratesh, Romania: The Entangled Revolution (New York: Praeger, 1991), p. 65. Ion Cristoiu maintained in 1993 that, Gelu Voican Voiculescu, a key figure in the early Front, had then recently told him, that the British photo journalist (Ian Parry) who perished in the still murky incident surrounding the shooting down of an AN-24 on 28 December 1989, “had stayed at the ‘Hotel National’ and discovered, it appears, on a list many Libyans.” See Constantin Iftime, Cu ION CRISTOIU prin infernul contemporan (Bucharest: Edtirua Contraria, 1993), pp. 31-32.
from Richard Andrew Hall (2006)
“ORWELLIAN…POSITIVELY ORWELLIAN:” PROSECUTOR VOINEA’S CAMPAIGN TO SANITIZE THE ROMANIAN REVOLUTION OF DECEMBER 1989 (Part Seven, Foreign Involvement)