Boeing 777 Hijacked Updates: US Government Investigating Terrorism and National Security in Missing Flight, Airline Pilot Was a Religious Fanatic, Missing Plane May have Sent Signals On The Ground, And Search Continues in Indian Ocean. So Did It Land Or Crash (More Disinfo)?

Posted: March 16, 2014 in Uncategorized
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SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEOS AND NEWS LINKS: Here are the latest updates on the missing Boeing 777. Investigators are now looking into the fact that the captain on the plane was a religious fanatic. His family was moved out of Malaysia the day before the plane had disappeared. The story just gets even more weird as signals were emitting from the plane after it supposedly lands, yet they are still searching the Indian Ocean for  plane wreckage. If the plane did send signals while on the ground, why is it not possible to pinpoint the location of it? I don’t understand half of these news stories coming out with so much misinformation. If the plane was hijacked as reports are suggesting, than why haven’t they requested a ransom for the hostage’s release. Why haven’t they asked for any type of demands? Rep Mike Rogers may have an answer to that as he believes that there might be connections to terrorism and that it could be a national security concern. Sky news reports that, “US intelligence is focusing on the pilot and co-pilot’s possible role in the plane’s disappearance and are worried it may have landed somewhere to be used later as a weapon”. The fear is that the plane could be used on a future date for a terrorists attack. Don’t be surprise if it an attack happens on American soil as subtle hints have been dropped letting us know that may be possible. Pieces of the puzzle are falling in place and it’s pointing to a picture that looks like another 9/11 event. Please continue to pray for the missing passengers and their family members

INFOWARS:Michigan Rep. Mike Rogers, the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, told CBS’s “Face the Nation” today multiple U.S. intelligence agencies are investigating the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 for possible connections to terrorism or national security concerns.

“We want to find out exactly if there was some terrorist nexus or some other nexus that would raise concerns to our national security,” Rogers said READ MORE:


DAILY MAIL ONLINE: An image has emerged of the pilot of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet wearing a T-shirt with a ‘Democracy is Dead’ slogan as it has been revealed he could have hijacked the plane in an anti-government protest.

Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, a father-of-three, was said to be a ‘fanatical’ supporter of the country’s opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim – jailed for homosexuality just hours before the jet disappeared.

It has also been revealed that the pilot’s wife and three children moved out of the family home the day before the plane went missing.

It comes as FBI investigators say the disappearance of MH370 may have been ‘an act of piracy’ and the possibility that hundreds of passengers are being held at an unknown location has not been ruled out.

Officials also revealed that it is possible the aircraft could have landed and transmitted a satellite signal from the ground. If the plane was intact and had enough electrical power in reserve, it would be able to send out a radar ‘ping’ READ MORE:


SKY NEWS: The missing Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people could have been on the ground when it sent its last satellite signal, an official has said.

US intelligence is focusing on the pilot and co-pilot’s possible role in the plane’s disappearance and are worried it may have landed somewhere to be used later as a weapon.

The Boeing 777-200’s final ‘ping’ was picked up nearly seven hours after the flight vanished from air traffic control screens.

At first it was thought contact was lost less than an hour into its flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8 READ MORE:


YAHOO NEWS: The southern Indian Ocean, where investigators suspect missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 may have come down, is one place where a commercial airliner can crash without a ship spotting it, a radar plotting it or even a satellite picking it up.

The empty expanse of water is one of the most remote places in the world and also one of the deepest, posing potentially enormous challenges for the international search effort now refocusing on the area, one of several possible crash sites.

Even Australia, which has island territories in the Indian Ocean and sends rescue planes to pluck stricken yachtsmen from the cold, mountainous seas in the south from time to time, has no radar coverage much beyond its Indian Ocean coast READ MORE:–sector.html




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