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originally posted by: WeRpeons
If that's the case, what are the pings they're hearing at the bottom of the ocean? Didn't they say they were confident they were coming from the plane's transponders?
originally posted by: daaskapital
We know the plane was deliberately flying in such a way as to avoid radars. Why then, would the pilots just crash the plane into the middle of the ocean? They were obviously heading somewhere...
The Mail on Sunday has learned that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was an ‘obsessive’ supporter of Malaysia’s opposition leader, Anwar Ibrahim. And hours before the doomed flight left Kuala Lumpur it is understood 53-year-old Shah attended a controversial trial in which Ibrahim was jailed for five years.
Distance : 2741 miles Remark : As at 1.38am Saturday, the 8th of March, 2014 GMT, Malaysia airlines reports that this aircraft has lost contact with ATC. The search and rescue beacon has been activated.
You have no evidence it crashed. You present no evidence other than what you think happened.
originally posted by: nightstalker78
originally posted by: Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
I have tended toward the possibility of it having landed somewhere for a while now. Whatever happened to that plane, it was no accident, mechanical failure, or unfortunate error. Even if it crashed somewhere, it did so on purpose, for reasons unknown right now.
In other words,you're pretty much saying it's a conspiracy.
Yet you provide not one shred of evidence.
Except what you THINK happened.
No way it could've accidently crashed or had a crazy pilot who wanted to end his life.
Nooo,because mental illness is made up to,right?
Did it land at DG? Probably not, but there are a ton of other remote little islands and airstrips down that-a-ways that have been abandoned since WW2 that could have just as easily been used.
It's posted in the original thread on the matter. Sorry, but if you have interest in seeing it, you can search for it there.
originally posted by: minkmouse
originally posted by: Bilk22
Well I've been saying it landed in China since someone in China tweeted that the day it went missing. Where else would it be? Why would they tweet such a thing? It was well before all the nonsense started.
originally posted by: Catch_a_Fire
imagine it had, that would definately hit the hornets nest with a big stick. a reply to: Bilk22
Not to be a stiffy but that's the first time I have heard of this "Tweet" Don't have a link handy do you.