posted on Mar, 24 2014 @ 09:56 PM
I think there are 3 main theories:
1) Pilots hijacked the plane. But why? And why crash the plane in the South Indian Ocean. It looks like they did hijack the plane but the reason
and the outcome make no real sense.
2) Plane was hijacked and is being stored somewhere for a future terrorist attack. Problem I have with this theory is that the amount of attention
this story has gotten makes it very visible. And say a plane did fly into a building somewhere in a few weeks. It would be hard to palm this sort of
sophisticated attack onto Al-Qeada. Also, sounds like a lot of trouble when you could hijack a plane so easily and then fly into the target of choice
at the time of initial hijack. Right now the world's Air Traffic Controllers are on the lookout for unidentified 777s.
3) The plane was hijacked to capture people or cargo. If his is the case the perpetrators would be powers in the west (due to the nationality of
passengers and the destination. Possible landing location would be Diego Garcia. If this did happen it makes perfect sense that they would offload
whatever they wanted and the plane would fly of again and "crash" into the ocean in a remote and unmonitored part of the world. If wreckage was ever
found then everyone would be satisfied with the crashed plane scenario. One issue with this theory is who is going to take-off knowing they are going
to die in a crash in the ocean? Unless there is a way to bail from a 777 and then the team that is flying the plane and holding the passengers hostage
could be picked up by some special ops recovery team.
Last theory is far fetched but also explains sighting of a low flying jet headed south over the Maldives. Diego Garcia is just south of the Maldives
(relatively near). And if you follow the westerly track of the plane it's headed towards the Maldives. The question then is what was on the plane
that was so valuable that such an operation was undertaken? Also, how was the pilot coerced into leading hundreds of people to their deaths? Imagine
you were approached by some CIA operative and asked to hijack a plane. You'd need a damn good reason to go along with that plan. Maybe he was
assured the passengers would be released. Why then the reports of flying to 44,000ft which could kill all the passengers. And if that report is true
(I never found the source) then that means a person was not the target as they'd be dead. However, I never saw the source for the 44,000ft and then
the descent to 20,000ft in a minute so who knows. If it is true then the cargo was the target.