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  1. MIke says

    ” may have diverted it toward an undisclosed location after intentionally turning off the jetliner’s transponders to avoid radar detection ”

    It’s absolutely ridiculous there is that function on a commercial airliner. Any hijacker knows what to now do first.

  2. Dan Cobb says

    The constantly conflicting stories that seem to make NO sense, make a lot of sense when you consider the parties involved in the loss of this plane and the potential LIABILITIES!!

    Boeing, the company that built this plane, wants there to have been a terrorist plot… they want to spin everything in a way that makes people believe that their planes are safe at that the loss of the Malaysia Air jumbo jet was caused by 1) a crazy co-pilot (so they got some Australian girls to say that the co-pilot allowed them to sit in the cockpit on an earlier flight); 2) they got the WSJ to publish a story saying that the plane was still flying four hours after it’s take off, possibly putting it far off into the Indian Ocean -and in the direction of Iran; 3) they pushed the story about the two people who were flying on stolen passports… etc.
    On the other hand you have Malaysia Air (and the Malaysian government) that want to show that their pilots and safety checks at the airport are not to blame! Therefore, they’re sticking with the story that the plane went down due to catastrophic failure; due to engine problems; that the plane is NOT in the Indian Ocean but likely in the South China Sea –in keeping with its course on its way to Beijing; etc.

    THAT’S what we’re seeing in the media now, and the poor family members of those lost in the crash/loss of the plane are being horribly treated because of it.

  3. Dan Cobb says

    Malaysia Air is also reporting that the two people who were traveling on stolen passports were not known in any way to be associated with terrorist groups. And they got a Vietnamese fisherman to say he saw the whole plane go down in one piece….

    My guess: the plane is at the bottom of the South China Sea off the coast of Vietnam, just where people first suspected it crashed. Probably some sort of mechanical problem.

  4. gr8guyca says

    @ Dan Cobb: Thanks for the conspiracy theories that are based on….nothing.

    Personally, I think it’s a PR stunt to promote the new boxed set of DVD’s for the TV series, “Lost.”

    So, Dan, I would add ABC to your list of imaginary conspiracy theories.

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