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Malaysia Airlines wishes to clarify that there were four (4)
passengers who had valid booking to travel on flight MH370, 8
March 2014, but did not show up to check-in for the flight.
As such, the issue of off-loading unaccompanied baggage did not
arise, as the said four passengers did not check in for the flight. Hence, the above claim is untrue.
reply to post by Highground
The photo shopped picture was dealt with about 10 pages back and it is insignificant but the whole thread seems to have gotten dragged down by it. It is irrelevant just a mixed up MSM picture, people should stop dwelling on it.
China's defence ministry will redeploy 10 satellites to join the hunt for the Malaysia Airlines jet that disappeared on Saturday with 239 people on board after three days of fruitless searching.
With terrorism now appearing less likely as a cause of the Malaysian airlines disaster, which claimed 239 lives, focus has switched to problems with the aircraft or pilot error.
21.45 The Washington Post is floating the idea that the pilot may have killed himself - albeit based on the theory that nothing can be ruled out.
CIA Not Ruling Out Terrorism in
Malaysia Airlines Tragedy
It is amazing how quickly the mods are ditching posts. Wow.
Terrorism not being ruled out is not nearly the
same thing as "strongly" feeling terrorism was
Call me crazy, but I cannot seem to get past the fact that there were 20 or so top people from Freescale Semiconductors on that flight.
They have been involved in literally hundreds of lawsuits, most of them patent infringements, and they also have had some dealings with the SEC.
My conspiracy-senses are tingling when I say this could have been a "lesson" to the company to stop stealing other people's work.
I know, I know....it's crazy, but the connection just bothers me.