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Malaysia Airlines MH370 Pilot Captain Shah Received Phone Call from Stolen Number Hours Before Take-

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posted on Mar, 24 2014 @ 04:33 AM
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probably just his mistress... or even a brothel contact for Beijing he normally visits!

What ever the governments find in the southern Indian Ocean... it wont matter because someones had 10days to drop that evidence there. Its in no way conclusive. The method of evading radar and hitting way-points means someone competent had control and deliberately turned its traceable electronics off!




posted on Mar, 24 2014 @ 05:15 AM
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UnixFE


If the phone was stolen as mentioned above it doesn't matter if you have all the data from the one filling out the form.


Where does it say the phone was stollen?... It was bought with stolen ID papers.
They followed up on the number, went to the adress of the woman who supposedly bought the phone, and she said "no not me, my id papers were stolen, here is the proof from the police station"

I hope they didn't just take her word for it ... It's easy to say that your papers were stolen when that is not really the case.
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posted on Mar, 24 2014 @ 09:27 AM
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Nochzwei
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The debris story in the south indian ocean is all only to condition the families so that as time goes on they will calm down and accept that the jet cannot be found



You could be right. It keeps them hoping but as time goes by and more and more debris is found but never from the plane, their hopes slowly turn to throwing the towel and giving it all up.

Could very well be.



posted on Mar, 24 2014 @ 09:43 AM
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“Investigators are treating it as potentially significant because anyone buying a pay-as-you-go [prepaid] SIM card in Malaysia has to fill out a form giving their identity card or passport number,” the British paper wrote.
Blaze Article



well we all know how easy it is to get a stolen or fake passport, remember the 2 Iranians on the plane...



posted on Mar, 24 2014 @ 01:26 PM
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I'm getting to the point that unless the plane is found, i don't really care anymore, or find any "new" information of any interest whatsoever.



posted on Mar, 24 2014 @ 02:22 PM
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It was (most likely) the call verifying that everything was set up and plan was a go. I'm running the scenario in my mind. Either they wanted the plane, or they wanted the Freescale Teleconductor 20 dead, or kidnapped. If the plane is found in the ocean, then they wanted them dead. If they don't find the plane, then they wanted the plane and all the passengers were just in the way.
I can't commit to a scenario where they dropped a duplicate plane in the ocean to cover their tracks in a kidnapping. China could do it, possibly. They could come up with enough bodies( prisoners, hospital patients, slave labor) to make it look like some bodies were there, depending on the depth. DNA would be too hard to fake, though. Maybe they'll say its too deep and not even make an effort to salvage anything. If that's the case, then its possible they could do something like that. They wouldn't even need bodies.
But it looks like the conspirators could get away. They could bail out to a waiting ship and let the plane go off on auto pilot until it ran out of fuel, It was flying low enough to stay under radar. Or they just landed it in a former soviet republic.
Its ridiculous to say they can't hide a plane on land, all you need is camo netting.
I love conspiracy theory, its fun.



posted on Mar, 24 2014 @ 02:51 PM
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Please delete this post
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posted on Mar, 24 2014 @ 07:21 PM
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Dutchowl
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I love conspiracy theory, its fun.


Not for the people who probably died it isn't.

You say that if it's found then they wanted the people dead, if it's not found then they wanted the plane...
Deny ignorance indeed.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 01:20 AM
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Well, if you believe in the batcrap that passes for 'the news' these days, the new story is that the plane crashed into the sea. Everyone's dead but they (somehow:?
didn't find ANY wreckage, survivors or ANYTHING else. I'm not saying that the story is premium grade BS but it sure as hell sounds like it doesn't it? Personally, I suspect that the jet is probably safe somewhere and being fitted with some 'trigger' device to be used to push us into an escalating conflict. Of course, I just don't know although I do hope the poor folks on the plane are OK but frankly, I seriously doubt we'll ever hear from them again. IF, and that's a BIG IF someone is truly responsible for this travesty, I hope someone out there makes the bastids pay BIGTIME



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 01:33 AM
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darkstar57
maybe it is time to review operation northwoods, where two identical commercial airliners were used, one to false flag attack cuba, the other to manage the real passengers... so one should look for the flights of other 777s, around the time of mh370 disappearing. consider that a 777 with extra tanks on board could fly halfway around the world. and those tanks might then be used to spray an aerosol somewhere.... sorry, cannot help thinking these thoughts,my brain has been damaged by reality.


www.jimstonefreelance.com...


nice bit in there about it



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 04:37 AM
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In Kuala Lumpur you can get any Sim you like. These are often sold to turists in need of a local sim. I don't see any issue, if the captain had to hide a call, he would have also been carrying a fake sim card number



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 12:00 PM
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steaming
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Following your reference to the now / new mysterious Female phone caller etc. If she had to fill out a form, then surely the form or shop counter, or whatever will carry fingerprints plus possible DNA samples. Did the shop have a close circuit camera ???? Buyer is on it if so.


The buyer is most certainly NOT on it. Three reasons - 1 - if we consider this an attack/hijacking (and it seems as such, due to all the strange facts and unanswered questions point to that) then you can automatically assume it won't be as easy to trace the people behind it, 2 - the person who purchased the prepaid card was paid to do so with no information released to him and didn't know the identity of his "employers", 3 - in countries where prepaid SIM cards are common, drug addicts, bums, gypsies, and all types of degenerates buy such cards, then sell them on the street to dealers and other criminals who need to remain anonymous.
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posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 01:34 PM
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What strikes me the most, is that we have 3 stolen identities connected to this flight.
People might argue that it is coincidence, but I seriously refuse to believe this now with 3rd stolen identity.



posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 10:06 PM
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vkey08

....now there's a"mystery woman" who was talked to by the captain right before takeoff. They don't know who she is, and cannot find her, but she used a "prepaid untraceable cellphone" to make the call..



Erm. No. The phone was purchased using a (woman's) stolen identity, and the call was made by an "unknown caller" whose sex is unknown.


...The phone number, from which the phone call was made, was bought under the stolen identity of a woman... The telephone conversation, between Shah and the unidentified person...





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