American Victims Identified: Michael and Anne Harris

by Jonathan on June 2, 2009

Micheal Harris and his wife Anne. The couple lived in Rio de Janeiro where Micheal worked as a geologist for Devon Energy. They were heading to Paris for training and a vacation.

Micheal Harris and his wife Anne. The couple lived in Rio de Janeiro where Micheal worked as a geologist for Devon Energy. They were heading to Paris for training and a vacation.

The identity of the two American victims of the Air France flight 447 (AF447) flight was released. Michael Harris, 60 and his wife Anne Harris 54, were identified by relatives and the Michael Harris’s employer, Devon Energy in Oklahoma. Devon Energy is the largest U.S. based natural gas and oil producer. According to a company spokesperson, Michael Harris was a company geologist in Rio de Janeiro.

According to Anne Harris’s sister, Mary Miley, the married couple had been living in the city since July 2008 and were heading to Paris for a training seminar and for vacation.

Our heart goes out to the families of Micheal and Anne, and all of the other victims of this devastating tragedy.

Source: http://www.cnn.com/2009/WORLD/americas/06/01/air.france.brazil/index.html

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  • http://Website Anonymous

    Right after the news of Air France 447 disappearing on 1st June, my psychic friend told me that:

    1. There must have been a passenger(or passengers) on board, whose final destination was Algeria.
    2. Chinese interests involved.

    After I saw the report of American victim, geologist of Devon Energy, Michael Harris, my doubt has grown if this could be a planned crash caused by natural gas and oil interests.

    This is only my imagination. I wish this information will help people involved to know the truth.

  • http://Website Rami

    well, I wouldn’t rule out terrorism just yet. While there is a lot of evidence that is pointing towards technical and weather problems. terrorism could have been a factor considering that the plane lost cabin pressure as soon as it left the communication range from the Brazilian Air Traffic Controllers and just a bit before it entered the Senegalese Range, its possible that someone seized that opportunity to make their attack, however there is still more investigation to be done so nothing is for certain as yet. I think the only thing they are able to confirm is that the aircraft broke up in mid air…

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