Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 Mystery Updates: Plane Could Have Been Hijacked For Another Purpose (Terrorist Event), Baffling Signals On Radar Puzzle Officials, And Angry Relatives Turn On Malaysian Officials

Posted: March 13, 2014 in Uncategorized
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SCROLL DOWN FOR NEWS LINKS AND VIDEOS: Fears of a hijacking has finally been confirmed by top level US Officials. They believe that the Malaysia Airline plane flew for a total of five hours to an undisclosed location.  Government experts are now examining the possibility that the pilot or somebody else turned the plane’s transponders off to avoid detection and flew it to another country. This raises a scary scenario that the plane will be used for a future attack. According to the Wall Street Journal at one briefing, according to this person, officials were told investigators are actively pursuing the notion that the plane was diverted “with the intention of using it later for another purpose.” What that purpose is has not been determined.   I truly believed that the plane was hijacked, but it never crossed my mind that it could be used for an upcoming terrorist event. This would also explain the two Iranians that may be in on the event even though it was reported on an ABC bogus story that they were seeking asylum.  My hope is that the family of the passengers can find closure with all the lies and deception they are experiencing.


WALL STREET JOURNAL: U.S. investigators suspect that  Malaysia Airlines  3786.KU -4.08%     Flight 370 stayed in the air for about four hours past the time it reached its last confirmed location, according to two people familiar with the details, raising the possibility that the plane could have flown on for hundreds of additional miles under conditions that remain murky.

Aviation investigators and national security officials believe the plane flew for a total of five hours, based on data automatically downloaded and sent to the ground from the  Boeing Co.  BA +0.08%     777’s engines as part of a routine maintenance and monitoring program.

That raises a host of new questions and possibilities about what happened aboard the widebody jet carrying 239 people, which vanished from civilian air-traffic control radar over the weekend, about one hour into a flight to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur READ MORE:


DAILY MAIL ONLINE: US investigators think that Malaysian Airlines flight 370 remained airborne for four more hours after vanishing from its last recorded position – raising the startling prospect the plane could have been hijacked.

Officials suspect that the plane flew for a total of five hours based on data automatically downloaded from the Boeing 777’s Rolls Royce engines and sent back to the ground as part of a routine monitoring program.

US counter-terrorism teams are now pursuing the astonishing possibility that the plane and its 239 passengers were diverted to an undisclosed location ‘with the intention of using it later for another purpose READ MORE:


NY TIMES: After four days of reticence and evasive answers, the Malaysian military acknowledged on Wednesday that it had recorded, but initially ignored, radar signals that could have prompted a mission to intercept and track a missing jetliner — data that vastly expands the area where the plane might have traveled.

Radar signals from the location where the missing aircraft, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, was last contacted by ground controllers suggested that the plane may have turned away from its northeastward course toward Beijing, officials said. Military radar then detected an unidentified aircraft at several points, apparently headed west across the Malaysian peninsula and out into the Indian Ocean, the head of the country’s air force told reporters. The last detected location was hundreds of miles to the west of where search and rescue efforts were initially focused READ MORE:


INDEPENDENT.CO.UK: Relatives of passengers of Flight MH370 have angrily turned on a senior Malaysian envoy – demanding that he provide them with answers as the fifth day of efforts to trace the missing aircraft once again came up empty.

Up to 400 relatives of Chinese passengers who had boarded the Malaysia Airlines jet attended a meeting at Beijing’s Metropark Lido hotel with Malaysia’s ambassador. Some shouted at him and one threw a bottle of water. “Is the envoy asleep?” one of the relatives yelled during the tense two-hour meeting READ MORE:








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