Just making connections here, but this seems incredibly suspicious due to the time and location. Here are the links to two seperate stories.
First paragraph: A man has been overpowered by cabin crew on an Alitalia flight from Paris to Rome, after he drew out a small knife and demanded the
plane divert to the Libyan capital, Tripoli.
Anothing interesting paragraph: The suspect, from Kazakhstan, was handed over to police and arrested after flight AZ329 landed at Rome's Fiumicino
airport at 2005 GMT.
First paragraph: A Nato air strike on the Libyan capital Tripoli has badly damaged buildings in Col Muammar Gaddafi's compound.
Now here is what i found very suspicious. in order of a list just for ease;
Firstly, both included air travel, but the facts that struck me the most was the destination, both .ing to Tripoli. Not only that, but they were
both reported with less than a few hours between, also, the place. Kazakhstan, right next door to Afganastan were American and British forces have
been training their millatery and police, and like all police and millatery institutions, they all have their secret operations. As well as all these
factors, they are no longer on the front page of the BBC news website, even though these are incredibly important issues, esspecialy the air strike on
the compound. The question is, why would someone want to divert a plane to Tripolie when all the riots and civil war is going on unless they had a
target? Could it be that once the hijacker was detained, NATO decided to do the operation themselves?
I have no answers, just questions, and i leave it to you ATS'ers to help me try to figure out if anything of significance is in these articles and if
any more information is out there.
Hope we find the bottom of this, even if it is just a coincedence, its a big one wich deserves its investigation.
Then also their is the old tactic of planes being used in suicide attacks.
edit on 25-4-2011 by Trolloks because: (no reason given)
edit on 25-4-2011 by Trolloks because: It's a bank holiday and i've
had a few so the spelling was atrotious.