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Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH370 was transporting 3-4 tonnes of mangosteens to China, said the airline's group chief executive officer Ahmad Jauhari Yahya (pic) today.
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Except for the minor fact that the computers can be overridden from the flight deck. You might be able to spoof the GPS but you can't spoof the back up navigation systems.
What appears to be suitcases and other debris seen in satellite images in the Straits of Malacca by a Reddit user. A Greek flagged tanker is searching the area.
If there was another 777 in the vicinity of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, then would it be a stretch to speculate that maybe that other 777 was the intended target of [something] and the abrupt termination of MH370 was unintended?
If motive is to be determined in the MH370 incident, then the nature of all the other flights in the area have to be investigated, and, at this late date, this may not be feasible.
I came across this alternative theory as to what happened to flight MH370 and how it disappeared. Someone has done a lot of compelling research which suggests that it is possible flight MH370 was shadowing another 777 to avoid detection over particular parts of airspace it was flying through before continuing on to its final destination