The investigation into the fate of the plane has been complicated further by revelations that two passengers appeared to have boarded the plane with stolen passports, prompting airline executives and aviation officials to say that foul play can't be ruled out.............I still think there's a good chance that foul play is involoved.
A European security official said it wasn't uncommon for passengers to board flights using stolen passports...................WTF!
posted on 03/09/2014 7:38:22 AM PDT
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posted on 03/09/2014 7:39:31 AM PDT
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I’m still betting Chinese air-defense missile.
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Call Jane Fonda in for questioning.
posted on 03/09/2014 8:17:48 AM PDT
by a fool in paradise
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posted on 03/09/2014 8:42:46 AM PDT
by Jack Hydrazine
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My reading of google maps puts Tho Chu Vietnam about a hour out of Kuala Lumpur.
posted on 03/09/2014 8:53:04 AM PDT
by depressed in 06
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My guess is that the stolen passports attempted to hijack the plane and then there was a fight in the cockpit, like flight 93.
Straight into the ocean like a dart.
That would explain both the lack of radio contact and the lack of debris field.
posted on 03/09/2014 9:26:45 AM PDT
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Anybody envision a scenario that starts off with a hi-jacking and ending up crashing the plane while struggling for control of the cockpit or hi-jacked and then shot down by somebodies military? Could it have gotten droned?
posted on 03/09/2014 9:32:48 AM PDT
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The plane was traveling along a routinely used, well established air route, therefore China would have no reason to consider the plane a threat and shoot it down. China would have absolutely nothing to gain by intentionally downing the plane. The North Koreans are crazy enough to do it, but I can't see them involved since they don't have the capability to attack a plane thousands of miles away from their own airspace. I guessing it was either a bomb, or one of the crew intentionally took the plane down into the sea.
"A Vietnamese search aircraft located fragments Sunday floating in waters off southern Vietnam that are suspected of coming from a Malaysia Airlines jetliner that went missing a day earlier with 239 people on board. "
There's so much shot-down sh!t around Vietnam, how can they tell?
posted on 03/10/2014 5:59:51 PM PDT
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