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Malaysia plane flown deliberately toward Andamans - source says for HIJACK PURPOSES

 
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Malaysia plane flown deliberately toward Andamans - source says for HIJACK PURPOSES
Military radar-tracking evidence suggests a Malaysia Airlines jetliner missing for nearly a week was deliberately flown across the Malay peninsula towards the Andaman Islands, sources familiar with the investigation told Reuters on Friday.

Two sources said an unidentified aircraft that investigators believe was Flight MH370 was following a route between navigational waypoints - indicating it was being flown by someone with aviation training - when it was last plotted on military radar off the country's northwest coast.

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.


YUP ANOTHER AIRLINE THREAD but this is updated as of 35 mins ago.
- [link to axr.be]
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"What we can say is we are looking at sabotage, with hijack still on the cards," said that source, a senior Malaysian police official.
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Re: Malaysia plane flown deliberately toward Andamans - source says for HIJACK PURPOSES
Very interesting report, thanks OP.

I'd think that would be a tiring flight by waypoints, not to mention under pressure of hijacking situation, but less time than the original destination.

So what is there in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

Thailand, Indonesia, and India are cooperating on the search, it says? And that India has a naval base there.

Not sure why hijackers would go there.
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Re: Malaysia plane flown deliberately toward Andamans - source says for HIJACK PURPOSES
"What we can say is we are looking at sabotage, with hijack still on the cards," said that source, a senior Malaysian police official.
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Sabotage. very specific word.
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Re: Malaysia plane flown deliberately toward Andamans - source says for HIJACK PURPOSES
It's a really good question, this far all I have really hypothesized is the plane was needed in its entirety and to be used as weapon later by terrorist organizations. I think someone on the plane hack the incoming GPS system and took over part of the plane. I think it got literally pirated and landed into pirate hands to be sold (obvious presold) over to the terror organizations.

Very interesting report, thanks OP.

I'd think that would be a tiring flight by waypoints, not to mention under pressure of hijacking situation, but less time than the original destination.

So what is there in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

Thailand, Indonesia, and India are cooperating on the search, it says? And that India has a naval base there.

Not sure why hijackers would go there.
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It's a really good question, this far all I have really hypothesized is the plane was needed in its entirety and to be used as weapon later by terrorist organizations. I think someone on the plane hack the incoming GPS system and took over part of the plane. I think it got literally pirated and landed into pirate hands to be sold (obvious presold) over to the terror organizations.

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Well, the plot thickens, then. Obviously not a good turn, other than hopefully the passengers have been spared and offloaded, and are not part of the "deal".

However, I don't think this is about the Iranians wanting asylum. After all, other than having been on this unfortunate flight, they would be in Frankfurt already. And there is nothing about them that says violence.

Nor can i believe that an artist would do this, as an act of defiance against China.

Really, i feel the rabbit hole is too deep for me on the remaining possibilities.

Must get some sleep here, will give you 5* when i'm recharged in a few hours.
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Solid update! I agree this is too strange to do and am thinking inside pilot job
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03/14/2014 08:11 AM
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Re: Malaysia plane flown deliberately toward Andamans - source says for HIJACK PURPOSES
Now, if this is truly a hijacking case, I would say the terrorists this time are the smart ones unlike suicide bombers or those that only want to exploded the plane. Hijacking the plane, sell it to the highest bidder will be much more profitable endeavor than just showing to the world your idiocy of bringing death and destruction however spectacular it is. Wise up, terrorists, lol.

But that illuminatinews, with the sentence of "sources familiar with the investigation told Reuters on Friday.", they could be GLPers using obscure claim of sources that can't be verified whose purpose is to thicken the conspiracy plots with plenty of disinfos.
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Got a good sleep but still cannot rate the thread, however checked back to say thanks, and yes that story is running almost verbatim today.

[link to time.com]
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03/14/2014 07:19 PM
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Yup, This is crazyness. I'm shocked GLP got this info first lol I just watched a stream on two news outlets. I'm thinking there may be some validity.
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Re: Malaysia plane flown deliberately toward Andamans - source says for HIJACK PURPOSES
WHERE'S THE PLANE NOW???
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rofl5
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Re: Malaysia plane flown deliberately toward Andamans - source says for HIJACK PURPOSES
Perhaps this report was not bullshit??

Thread: Mystery aircraft lands, refuels leaves Andaman Island today
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Re: Malaysia plane flown deliberately toward Andamans - source says for HIJACK PURPOSES
This link shows a map of the area in question.

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]
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Re: Malaysia plane flown deliberately toward Andamans - source says for HIJACK PURPOSES
CNN states earlier that the plane is equipped with an ELT. It's basically a transponder. It's purpose identifies the location at impact. The transponder only will relay a signal when the pilot flips the switch or when there is impact. As of now, the transponder hasn't relayed a signal, therefore the plane has not crashed.
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CNN states earlier that the plane is equipped with an ELT. It's basically a transponder. It's purpose identifies the location at impact. The transponder only will relay a signal when the pilot flips the switch or when there is impact. As of now, the transponder hasn't relayed a signal, therefore the plane has not crashed.
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Sorry for the double post. I suck at posting.
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Yeah I;m thinking inside job Plus passenger hacking the GPS. 20 on China being behind it

Sorry for the double post. I suck at posting.
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Re: Malaysia plane flown deliberately toward Andamans - source says for HIJACK PURPOSES
From what can I make of this situation, there is no other explanation for it other than hijack/sabotage. This is why.

The last piece of data received from ACARS was around 1:10am and the Transponder's was around 1:20 am. Now the ACARS sends data intermittently, but the Transponder sends a continuous stream. Therefore it is reasonable to assume that both systems were turned off at the same time.

At 1:30 am the Pilot, or at least believed to have been the official pilot, sent a radio message to ATC in Malaysia telling them that he was signing off from Malaysian air space and about to enter Vietnam's. "All right, Good night", were his last words in what was believed to be part a short, but perfectly standard dialogue before contact was ended. NOTE: At this time the pilot didn't seem to be in any distress or portraying any signs that something on board was drastically wrong.

This leaves us with two possible scenarios. Either the plane was intentionally cut off from the data transmitting systems to fly another route undetected or there was a failure of some sorts aboard the plane, such as a fire, that made the plane lose those systems.

If the plane's transponder stopped working due to an electrical fault/fire and the plane hadn't been hijacked, the pilots straight away would have been alerted to this fact due to the warning signals inside the cockpit. Then the pilots immediately would have contacted ATC in Malaysia at the time of the incident (1:20 am).

At 1:20 we know for sure they still had comms with ATC in Malaysia, because they signed off 10 mins later with NO reports of any problems.

If the problem with the transponder/ACARS was genuine, the pilot would have had 10 mins at least between 1:20 and 1:30 to inform ATC.


Only explanation is some intervention of some kind, be it the crew or passengers on board.

I personally would lean towards crew involvement otherwise you would think they would have had the time to alert ATC of a hijacking from a passenger (only have to press 1 button to do so I think).


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