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    Re: MALAYSIA AIRLINES loses contact with flight carrying 239 en route to Beijing

    Reports are indicating that radar contact was lost only one minute before being handed off to Vietnamese ATC, if that's the case then that appears to be some precision timing.

    If no 'terrorist' group steps forward and takes credit, then it would appear to me to be the usual suspects.
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    Re: MALAYSIA AIRLINES loses contact with flight carrying 239 en route to Beijing

    It may or not, but the truth is for they that fly, the world will suck worse.

    Not all countrys hold to the truth that this usa demanded..Even if most that they guard against is purt idiotic crap. Good chance that airline did get blown out of the sky..

    And the rest of us that fly will suffer.
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    Re: MALAYSIA AIRLINES loses contact with flight carrying 239 en route to Beijing

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    Authorities expanded search and rescue operations Sunday after the 24-hour mark passed for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.

    Despite searching overnight, officials said they are no closer to finding the missing plane. Marine rescue teams from several countries have joined the search.

    Authorities are also investigating terrorism concerns after it was discovered that two people boarded the plane with stolen passports. An official told the Los Angeles Times that FBI personnel will review video of passengers at the Malaysia Airlines ticket counter before flight disappeared.

    Read more: http://lat.ms/1h2lrHq

    Follow frequent updates on this story at BreakingNews.com: https://www.breakingnews.com/topic/m...-march-8-2014/
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    Re: MALAYSIA AIRLINES loses contact with flight carrying 239 en route to Beijing

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    Re: MALAYSIA AIRLINES loses contact with flight carrying 239 en route to Beijing

    Its very interesting that immediately AFTER the plane disappears the Authorities know that 2 persons (apparently) on board the plane were using stolen passports but they were unable to determine this BEFORE these people boarded the plane.

    Do the passport systems only check passport validity after an explosive event has occurred? Are the passport systems too slow to validate and check a passport for some days after the passport was used? So they have alreadt had contact with the two persons who's passports were stolen years ago and have confirmed their locations?

    Seems like the systems are pretty slick when it comes to generating propaganda in that they can verify things within hours but are achingly slow and take days when any kind of systemic incompetence is required as a smoke screen.
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    Re: MALAYSIA AIRLINES loses contact with flight carrying 239 en route to Beijing

    Quote Originally Posted by Glass View Post
    Its very interesting that immediately AFTER the plane disappears the Authorities know that 2 persons (apparently) on board the plane were using stolen passports but they were unable to determine this BEFORE these people boarded the plane.

    Do the passport systems only check passport validity after an explosive event has occurred? Are the passport systems too slow to validate and check a passport for some days after the passport was used? So they have alreadt had contact with the two persons who's passports were stolen years ago and have confirmed their locations?

    Seems like the systems are pretty slick when it comes to generating propaganda in that they can verify things within hours but are achingly slow and take days when any kind of systemic incompetence is required as a smoke screen.
    No, I think what happened was that they released a list of missing people to each country with passengers. When those countries notified families of the missing, two people identified themselves as still being alive. Then, BOTH of those people reported that they had had passports stolen. What we don't know is if they had previously reported them as stolen; if so, then authorities dropped the ball, as you say. But if those two guys didn't report them as stolen, the authorities have a little less blame, as that would be more difficult to catch.

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    Re: MALAYSIA AIRLINES loses contact with flight carrying 239 en route to Beijing

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    No, I think what happened was that they released a list of missing people to each country with passengers. When those countries notified families of the missing, two people identified themselves as still being alive. Then, BOTH of those people reported that they had had passports stolen. What we don't know is if they had previously reported them as stolen; if so, then authorities dropped the ball, as you say. But if those two guys didn't report them as stolen, the authorities have a little less blame, as that would be more difficult to catch.
    Both of the passports were stolen while in Thailand which means both passports were reported stolen when those two people showed up at their respective embassies in Thailand to get replacement passports. They couldn't have left Thailand without passports. It would appear someone has figured out that it's very easy to obtain stolen passports in Thailand, very likely the usual suspects.
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    Re: MALAYSIA AIRLINES loses contact with flight carrying 239 en route to Beijing

    Pilot on Way to Japan Says He Made Contact with Missing Malaysian Flight

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    A Boeing 777 pilot flying 30 minutes from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane told the New Straits Times in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia that he made contact with MH370 minutes after Vietnamese air traffic control asked him to message the plane.
    The captain, who declined to give his name, said his Narita, Japan-bound plane was well into into Vietnamese airspace when controllers — who could make contact — requested that he relay with his plane’s emergency frequency a message to MH370 so that it would establish its position.
    This screengrab from flightradar24.com shows the last reported position of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, Friday night March 7, 2014. The Boeing 777-200 carrying 239 people lost contact over the South China Sea on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, and international aviation authorities still hadn’t located the jetliner several hours later. (Image source: AP/flightradar24.com)

    “We managed to establish contact with MH370 just after 1:30 a.m. and asked them if they have transferred into Vietnamese airspace,” the pilot reportedly told New Straits Times. “The voice on the other side could have been either Captain Zaharie (Ahmad Shah, 53,) or Fariq (Abdul Hamid, 27), but I was sure it was the co-pilot.
    “There were a lot of interference… static… but I heard mumbling from the other end.
    “That was the last time we heard from them, as we lost the connection,” the pilot said, adding that he thought nothing of the lost contact since it happens frequently — until he learned of MH370 never landing.
    “If the plane was in trouble, we would have heard the pilot making the Mayday distress call,” the pilot said. “But I am sure that, like me, no one else up there heard it.
    “Following the silence, a repeat request was made by the Vietnamese authorities to try establishing contact with them.”
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