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Originally posted by noneyons noneyons wrote:

man, i just did a google search and sure enough, as of november 2003, every commerical airline in the WORLD had to have bulletproof doors so yeah, aint nobody get in that flight deck unless it was a flight attendant but he/she would have had to been obviously in cahoots with the bad guys and waiting patiently for one of the pilots to have to go to the lav so she/he could get in. i doubt that very much. 

inside (pilot) job. check.
Pilot having to go to the bathroom that early in the flight though?
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The pilot and copilot


Malaysian police have already said they are looking at the psychological state, family life and connections of pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, and co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid, 27. Both have been described as respectable, community-minded men.

Zaharie joined Malaysia Airlines in 1981 and had more than 18,000 hours of experience. His Facebook page showed an aviation enthusiast who flew remote-controlled aircraft, posting pictures of his collection, which included a lightweight twin-engine helicopter and an amphibious aircraft.

Fariq was contemplating marriage after having just graduated to the cockpit of a Boeing 777. He has drawn scrutiny after the revelation that in 2011, he and another pilot invited two women aboard their aircraft to sit in the cockpit for a flight from Phuket, Thailand, to Kuala Lumpur.
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http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index1753.htm

Source of the article on EU times about the GRU knowing about the suspicious cargo on board MH370.

The one thing the article seems to have left out is how the cargo from Maersk Alabama was transferred to MH370.

February 18th 2014: Navy SEALS found dead, reported the next day on Fox News
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http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/02/19...ptain-philips/
and Infowars.

March 8th 2014, 18 days later: According to Sorcha Faal, cargo is on board MH370, China is alerted but its systems are jammed and fails to carry out its mission of diverting the plane to Hainan after which a cover story of 'engine problems' or something else would have been created to explain why it didn't reach Beijing.

During this gap of 18 days we aren't told exactly how the cargo ended up in the Boeing 777 jet. We should find out if the jet was in the Republic of Seychelles before winding up in Kuala Lumpur before it took off on its last known flight, or the cargo itself got transported to Malaysia before being loaded up on the jet.
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If there was any hope for survivors, it's too late now

Malaysian Airlines is proving to be incompetent AF

Originally posted by indiecat indiecat wrote:

I don't think there will be survivors, I hope there are , but sounds like there won't be any.

Not sure about the hijacking, I feel like I need to be told more info to believe that.
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Hmmmmm.

I like how the western governments are staying quiet on this one.....They are up to something. What happned to ukraine/putin being the main topic of convo....


We are looking left whilst the government are heading right.....


I hope the passengers in this  distraction are safe
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tropical, yeah. the chances of that happening are very slim but even if that were the case, the door isn't supposed to be opened for more than a couple of seconds and the fas are supposed to block off the galley and all that first so i don't see how anybody could have gotten up there unnoticed. 

@southern, just like i thought. the fo was on some other stuff for real. i don't understand how their laws allow a passenger to go into the flight deck ever. that's the most lax sh*t i've ever heard. he's suspect
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Ah shat

Now investigators are saying the plane might have flown for 6 hours under the radar and might have gone to Kazakhstan
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Originally posted by Alias_Avi Alias_Avi wrote:

Ah shat

Now investigators are saying the plane might have flown for 6 hours under the radar and might have gone to Kazakhstan
WTH?
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Wtf...i no longer have time for this sh*t.  Good luck to the passengers.  I hope they do find them in Kazakhstan or any -Stan.
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