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If you believe something to be false, you seek evidence to support that belief
originally posted by: JIMC5499
a reply to: muckleduck
and we used to plan nuclear bombing strikes on places like the USSR, Iran, Iraq, Egypt.... Didn't mean we were going to do it. If you dig around in the CIA and the DOD, I'm pretty sure that you can find plans for bombing or invading almost anywhere in the world.
originally posted by: muckleduck
this was trending on facebook last night, as soon as the russian blame started i knew there would b more to it than just plane shot down over n active warzone.
whats the chances of 2 malaysian airline "incidents" happen within months of the first plane going "missing"
they can track the gps of phones but cannot locate a jet tht obviously has some form of gps on it, a plane doesnt just disappear out of the air with no trace.
then months down the line mh370 is shot down over ukraine, who has the most to gain out of this situation?
certainly not russia or ukraine or malysian airlines for that matter.
originally posted by: kayej1188
There were a few people who came forward claiming to have seen the plane, however none of these seemed to pan out to corroborate the data. There was Mike McKay, an oil rig worker off the coast of Vietnam who claimed to have seen a burning plane, there was Kate, the sailor who claimed to have witnessed an orange glowing plane for 15 minutes while she was near the Great Nicobar Islands, and there were the residents of the Maldives who claimed to have seen a very low flying jumbo jet pass directly above them at the time close to MH370's final ping. Nobody is quite sure how thoroughly these reports have been looked into, however it seems that neither of them were determined to be of any value to the case, seeing as though it did not affect the search area. It's also important to keep in mind that these 3 eye-witness testimonies necessarily had to be mutually exclusive. Because of the timing/location of them, no more than 1 of them could have been MH370.