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There are two stolen passport identities involved.

 

It looks like an act of terrorism, and they blew up the plane in flight, or crashed it into the sea!

 

The worst part is, they seldom run the data on stolen passports, and this could lead to an epidemic of terrorism!

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There are two stolen passport identities involved.

 

It looks like an act of terrorism, and they blew up the plane in flight, or crashed it into the sea!

 

The worst part is, they seldom run the data on stolen passports, and this could lead to an epidemic of terrorism!

I'm surprised this isn't getting more coverage. This is big.

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The fact that this happened on a plane departing Kuala Lampur is worth noting.

 

Ever hear of Ahmad Hikmat Shakir?

 

He was an Iraqi who worked at the airport in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia starting in 1999.

 

On January 5, 2000, he was videotaped meeting two of the 9/11 hijackers ... Khalid al Midhar and Nawaz al Hamzi ... at the Kuala Lampur airport.

 

He then he escorted them to a hotel where he stayed with them for several days.

 

He was arrested in Qatar in September 2001 but then for some unknown reason released.

 

When interrogated, he claimed he got his job through Ra'ad al-Mudaris, an Iraqi Embassy employee in Malaysia.

 

In his possession and in his apartment at the time of his arrest were documents on Operation Bojinka and the WTC bombing.

 

For those who don't know, Operation Bojinka was the 1995 plot to bomb a large number of airliners over the Pacific.

 

Shakir is still on the loose to this day.

 

You just wonder ...

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The fact that this happened on a plane departing Kuala Lampur is worth noting.

 

Ever hear of Ahmad Hikmat Shakir?

 

He was an Iraqi who worked at the airport in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia starting in 1999.

 

On January 5, 2000, he was videotaped meeting two of the 9/11 hijackers ... Khalid al Midhar and Nawaz al Hamzi ... at the Kuala Lampur airport.

 

He then he escorted them to a hotel where he stayed with them for several days.

 

He was arrested in Qatar in September 2001 but then for some unknown reason released.

 

When interrogated, he claimed he got his job through Ra'ad al-Mudaris, an Iraqi Embassy employee in Malaysia.

 

In his possession and in his apartment at the time of his arrest were documents on Operation Bojinka and the WTC bombing.

 

For those who don't know, Operation Bojinka was the 1995 plot to bomb a large number of airliners over the Pacific.

 

Shakir is still on the loose to this day.

 

You just wonder ...

Wow. I didn't know about this guy. Seems to me Barry o should give this muslim freedom fighter a Presidential pardon so he can live in peace somewhere abroad.

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Are you trying to tell me an American-built jet flown by Malaysian pilots going to Red China just went down in the ocean? Your all wrong. The tea party did it just to make barry o look bad.Give me malaysian or korean pilots on my flight ANYTIME over an American one who is a retired mil pilot etc. Or maybe a kenyan pilot.

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Why can't they find any debris??? I guess it is a big ocean

 

Could terrorists have landed the plane somewhere???

why havent you found it ?

 

it took them 2 years to find the other one

 

actually the china sea is shallower than the deep atlantic and they think the ships will find it with sonar

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Even if the plane had been blown up there would still be bits and pieces of it somewhere. I heard on the news that they can't find any trace of it. Very strange story.

Very true. However, If it blew up over the ocean or crashed in the ocean then the debri would be quite difficult to find.

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http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/14/us-malaysia-airlines-radar-exclusive-idUSBREA2D0DG20140314

 

(Reuters) - Military radar data suggests a Malaysia Airlines jetliner missing for nearly a week was deliberately flown hundreds of miles off course, heightening suspicions of foul play among investigators, sources told Reuters on Friday.

 

Analysis of the Malaysia data suggests the plane, with 239 people on board, diverted from its intended northeast route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing and flew west instead, using airline flight corridors normally employed for routes to the Middle East and Europe, said sources familiar with investigations into the Boeing 777's disappearance.

 

Two sources said an unidentified aircraft that investigators believe was Flight MH370 was following a route between navigational waypoints when it was last plotted on military radar off the country's northwest coast.

 

This indicates that it was either being flown by the pilots or someone with knowledge of those waypoints, the sources said.

 

The last plot on the military radar's tracking suggested the plane was flying toward India's Andaman Islands, a chain of isles between the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal, they said.

 

So are the passengers dead or just hostage, and what do they intend to do with the plane once it's given a new identity?

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