What bad luck.
This reminds me of that Twilight zone episode where the plane hits the Jet stream and goes back in time and “no trace of her was ever found”. It could have been BOO who blew it up (Brothers of Obama) but I have a funny feeling it’s something else entirely.
Fisherman Azid Ibrahim, 66, in Kota Baru, told the New Strait Times that an airplane appeared to fly low below the clouds which he followed for about five minutes before it disappeared. He was out at the sea with six other fishermen about 14.4 km (8.9 miles) from Kuala Besar in Pantai Cahaya Bulan.
Ibrahim said the plane was flying so low that he could see its lights "as big as coconuts". He had spotted the plane with his friend at about 1:30am local time, while all his fellow fishermen were fast asleep in the boat.
"I only heard about the plane yesterday. My friend, Pak Da asked me where the plane was heading to at this time of night," Ibrahim said, adding it was flying lower than usual.
The fisherman reported the incident to the police the next morning after he heard the news of the missing plane around the coast, and his account was telecast by a local broadcaster RTM.
About 30 km (18.6 miles) away from Kota Baru, businessman Alif Fathi Abdul Hadi, 29, lodged a report with the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) that he saw "bright white lights", descending fast into the sea at about 1:45am the same day.
He was going towards the backyard of his house when he saw the "white lights" as used in planes during night flights, heading towards Bachok, which was unusual, according to him.
"I was walking towards the rear of my house when I saw the lights, and wondered where it was heading to," he said.
"The airspace here is like a highway for aircraft and they usually travel in route patterns, but this one went completely towards the other way.
"..It was going towards the sea, near Bachok."
But, he admitted, he was not sure if the white lights were actually from a plane, adding there were no blinking red lights, and that the "white lights" vanished behind a line of coconut trees.
Alif did not consider this unusual and did not think much about it, until he too heard about the missing jetliner the next day, and filed the report with the authorities.
The "eyewitnesses", however, did not describe any accompanying sound of the plane's impact with the sea upon the claimed crash.
"In a strange twist, Malaysia's military believes it tracked the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 by radar over the Strait of Malacca, far from where it last made contact with civilian air traffic control over the Gulf of Thailand."Anyone else beginning to suspect SAR was set up in a 'wild-goose-chase' set up here? Recall,
It’s amazing how quick the liberal MSM has been to say, “Just in immigrant, not a terrorist!”
Then again maybe he wasn’t trying to get to Germany. Maybe he was trying to get to heaven to get those 72 so called virgins, but who are really ex-muzzie male prostitutes.
Contact is lost
At 18:58, the aircraft established two-way radio contact with Shanwick Oceanic Area Control in Prestwick on frequency 123.95 MHz. At 19:02:44, the clearance delivery officer at Shanwick transmitted its oceanic route clearance. The aircraft did not acknowledge this message. The Clipper Maid of the Seas’ “squawk” then flickered off. Air Traffic Control tried to make contact with the flight, with no response. It was at this time that a loud sound was recorded on the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) at 19:02:50. Five radar echos fanning out appeared, instead of one. Comparison of the cockpit voice recorder to the radar returns showed that, eight seconds after the explosion, the wreckage had a 1-nautical-mile (1.9 km) spread. A British Airways pilot, flying the GlasgowLondon shuttle near Carlisle, called Scottish authorities to report that he could see a huge fire on the ground.
Disintegration of aircraft
The explosion punched a 20-inch (0.51 m)-wide hole on the left side of the fuselage. Investigators from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) concluded that no emergency procedures had been started in the cockpit. The cockpit voice recorder, located in the tail section of the aircraft, was found in a field by police searchers within 24 hours. There was no evidence of a distress signal; a 180-millisecond hissing noise could be heard as the explosion destroyed the aircraft's communications centre. Although the explosion was in the aircraft hold, the effect was magnified by the large difference in pressure between the aircraft's interior and exterior. The steering cables disrupted, the fuselage pitched downwards and to port.
I was on Pan Am Flight 103 in late October. I connected with another Pan Am flight from Amsterdam. Security was very tight in Amsterdam. Tighter than after 9/11. The Dutch Royal Marines surrounded the Pan Am Gate with weapons. We were frisked twice and then had to go through a one on one detailed suitcase search (every inch of my suitcase was searched while I was standing there. Usually you give up your suitcase upon entering the airport. My suitcase was brought to me at the gate and that is where it was searched). I thought it was weird at the time. The security in Heathrow was very lax. About two months later I was sitting at a bar during a Christmas get together when the first pictures of the downed Pan Am Flight 103 was reported. I thought that it was determined that the bomb was supposed to go off when the plane was over water instead of over land.
Flying to Beijing to get to Germany? Right...
Security Breach’ Probed In Missing Aircraft Case (Updated)
By Russ Niles | March 7, 2014
Malaysian officials have confirmed they’re investigating a “security breach” at Kuala Lumpur Airport involving Flight MH370 and that they’re now looking for links between four passengers and the Chinese Uighur militant Muslim movement. Uighur militants killed 29 people last week in a grisly knife attack at a Chinese train station and the timing of the aircraft disappearance is considered suspicious according to sources quoted by CBC News. Security officials are combing CCTV footage of the security screening area and are interviewing the screeners. At least two of the passengers were believed to have been traveling on stolen passports while the other two that are the focus of the probe may have had Ukrainian passports. All of the passengers who required them had Chinese entry visas but China has recently allowed an exemption to its stringent visa requirements that permits transient passengers to skip applying for an entry visa. The two men flying on what were believed to be stolen visas had booked flights through to Europe. Meanwhile reports that debris had been spotted turned out to be false and the search continues.
I would suspect that anyone named Mohammad could be a terrorist.