Skip to comments.Missing Malaysia airliner: Hunt for clues begins
Posted on 03/08/2014 8:35:48 AM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
Although it has not been stated explicitly yet, there seems little doubt that Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has crashed and probably with great loss of life.
Rescue will inevitably turn into recovery - of wreckage and bodies - and the search for clues will begin. --SNIP--
So what might they look for?
Weather can almost certainly be ruled out as a cause. Conditions have been described in different ways, but the consensus is that the aircraft was airborne in near-perfect flying conditions.
This leaves just two main possibilities - catastrophic mechanical failure or an act of terrorism.
Investigators will undoubtedly examine the maintenance record of this aircraft to determine whether all the requisite checks were fully completed, on-schedule, and attempt to glean whether there were any recent unaddressed issues.
They will do so knowing that Malaysia Airlines has been battling financial uncertainty. The state airline has been losing ground to ferociously competitive low-cost carriers, which may have implications for aviation safety.
(Excerpt) Read more at bbc.com ...
Moslem/Indo women arriving/returning from/to Malaysia don`t get searched by DHS.
Wait for it.
While the BBC is leaning toward blaming capitalism, always a safe choice in today’s hyper partisan world, the two stolen passports might point in another. We’ve just got to wait at least until parts of the wreakage are found.
2 oil slicks found by Viet AF
Why would the US DHS be involved in pax probing on a flight from Malaysia to China?
Stolen European passports on missing plane
Yahoo News ^
Posted by bryan999
MILAN (AP) Foreign ministry officials in Rome and Vienna confirm that names of two nationals listed on the manifest of the missing Malaysian airlines flight match passports reported stolen in Thailand.
Italy’s Foreign Ministry said Saturday that an Italian man whose name was listed as being aboard is traveling in Thailand and was not aboard the plane.
A foreign ministry functionary, who spoke on condition of anonymity, confirmed Italian reports that Luigi Maraldi had reported his passport stolen last August.
Italian news agency ANSA says Maraldi called home after hearing reports that an Italian with his name was aboard the plane.
Moslem/Indo women arriving/returning USA from/to Malaysia don`t get searched by DHS.
there fixed it
Well, yeah, duh, that would be racis!
Deeper question, does the suicidally lax DHS policy infect other countries’ policies? Was Malaysian security complicit by systemic acts of commission or omission?
And will mulsim women ever be treated as shabbily as American women?
once - again.......
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Yes, it will be very interesting to see who was actually traveling on those stolen passports. They should also take a look at the ground crew; one of the most vulnerable points for any flight is when the luggage handlers are inside the aircraft loading “cleared” bags onto the jet. At that point—with the right people in the right places—it would be easy to put a bomb into or under screened luggage.
Echoes of TWA 800.
Very easy indeed, ground crews are a vulnerability worldwide.
I will add two other, intentional or accidental military act. Does anyone know where the NorK's missiles are?
This is Muslim terrorism directed at China, not a week after the knife attacks. It seems obvious.
In before Soros done it!
Q. And will muslim women ever be treated as shabbily as American women?
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