Malaysia Airlines plane missing: Stolen passports raise suspicions of terrorism

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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 07:34 AM
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Malaysia Airlines plane, flight MH370, disappeared from radar suddenly on Saturday night. Two passengers listed on the Malaysia Airlines plane reported their passports stolen. Are the stolen passports indicative of a terrorist act?

Two of the passengers reportedly listed on board Malaysia Airlines MH370 – which disappeared Saturday – are not on the flight. Both say their passports were stolen.

Italian Luigi Maraldi and Austrian Christian Kozel have confirmed that they were not on the flight. Both also reported their passports stolen.

The stolen passports may be indicative that the Boeing 777 was infiltrated by terrorists or criminals. It's a thin thread of evidence and it may be premature to leap to such a conclusion.

But the sudden disappearance of the aircraft off radar screens, with no radio contact or mayday call, also indicates that whatever brought the aircraft down occurred quickly.

Malaysia Airlines plane missing: Stolen passports raise suspicions of terrorism

Interesting developments with this story. Does the revelation that stolen passports were used by certain passengers suggest that this might have been an act of terror? The plane seems to have disappeared without a trace and there are far more questions than answers at present.

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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:02 AM
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If some terrorist group was responsible then why hasn't anyone stepped forward to take credit for bringing it down? When other planes were brought down the terrorist spoke up right after it happened not wait for days before saying anything. Most likely these people were just victims of a pickpocket. Living in constant fear of terrorist is letting them win.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:02 AM
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Assuming that those two people managed to hijack that plane, could they have flown under the raidar until landing?



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:08 AM
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The Stolen passports are most likely completely unrelated, according to a counter-terrorism expert


Clive Williams, a counter-terrorism expert at Australia's Macquarie University and a former military intelligence officer, said he doubted the two stolen passports aboard the flight were related to the disaster. The latest Interpol data showed there were 39 million lost or stolen passports reported as of Dec. 2013.

"Any flight of that size in Asia would be carrying a couple of people with false passports," he said. "When you think about the number of passports that have been stolen or gone missing around the world ... it could be related, but it's probably not."


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Also, the fact that the plane has not yet been found, is not unusual in plane crashes [to quote one of ATS's newer members:


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Yes, the Air France Crash, the first bits of debris were found on the ocean surface on June 6, five days after the crash. The bulk of the wreckage was located in April 2011, nearly two years later. The "black boxes" — the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder — were found a month after that. Only then could investigators form a complete picture of what brought down the plane.

Source : Business Insider.
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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:14 AM
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Thats my thoughts as well,why would terrorists just blow up a plane or bring it down in the middle of the ocean instead of targeting a populated area instead? or at least make a statement before doing whatever they did? something very suspicious is going on here.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:14 AM
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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:18 AM
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How is it obviously terrorism? No group has claimed responsibility, you have as much likelihood of terrorism as you do of running drugs or an international criminal trying to get home to visit parents or something...

So, if its obviously terrorism, and experts in counter-terrorism say its not... where is your proof?



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 10:26 AM
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I am going to comment that terrorism is much more likely a factor than the possibilities you have suggested. Has anyone EVER commandeered a large commercial craft to run drugs OR visit family? There are many precedents of hijacking for terrorism, though.
This thing is either in the ocean, or going to be used for something big. I hope the wreckage is found to prove it went down. Sorry if that is harsh, but the alternative is worse.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 10:33 AM
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It could be nothing, or it could be the SECOND attack on China.. (first one was those knive stabbing thugs that were in the train)

COULD it be the same people? have no clue.. everything seems to point to a stall.. on Flightaware, the speed dropped off to a normal cruising speed, but the plane kept climbing.. maybe that.. or some other thing.... I mean, 777's have uber good records...

We'll just have to wait and see.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 10:54 AM
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The questions that need to be answered are -

Why did the jet do a 180º turn just before it disappeared of the radar..?

Did he know he was in trouble and tried to head back to dry land ?

Was he heading in another direction by force ?

Are the false passport's really an issue hear as the plane was going from asia to Holland..a drugs run maybe and unrelated.

How did two people, who were clearly travelling together as they bought the tickets at the same time, board a plane with passports stolen over a year ago ?



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 06:39 PM
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Just to be clear: Terrorism doesn't just refer to religious extremists in this case, but could also include individuals from various foreign/domestic intelligence agencies.



posted on Mar, 10 2014 @ 03:56 PM
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Latest is that the passengers cell phones ring, find out more here:
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