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    Flight 370 Passenger on Stolen Passport May Have Been Emigrating Through Malaysia, CI

    Flight 370 Passenger on Stolen Passport May Have Been Emigrating Through Malaysia, CIA Chief Not Ruling Out Terrorism

    Ed Krayewski|March 11, 2014

    What's happening today, March 11, 2014:
    The two passengers on the missing Malaysia Flight MH370 have been identified as Iranian nationals. One of them is reportedly a 19-year-old whose mother in Frankfurt, Germany says he was trying to join her. Malaysia is a popular hub for illegal migration. It also cracked down on illegal immigration after a period of amnesty ended this year, arresting at least 1,500. Malaysian authorities don’t suspect the teenager to be linked to terrorism, but the CIA chief says his agency hasn’t ruled terrorism out.
    The story so far:
    Malaysia Flight MH370 went missing about two hours after taking off from Kuala Lumpur, early Saturday morning, March 8, at about 2 a.m. local time. 237 passengers were on board the flight to Beijing, more than two thirds from China and Taiwan. The airline released a manifest, and at least two passengers were using stolen EU passports. No definitive trace of the plane has been found yet, although it may have altered course. Interpol says it does not believe the incident was related to terrorism.
    Some Analysis:
    NBC News answers why in the age of ubiquitous tracking technology it’s so hard to find missing Flight MH370: because its GPS only works if it’s on and not destroyed.
    CNN reviews four possible scenarios: mechanical failure, pilot error, terrorism, bombing or dry-run thereof, and hijacking.
    The flight path of MH370, via FlightTrader24:

    Ed Krayewski is an associate editor at Reason 24/7.
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    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Where's the body of evidence?

    By KIM LUCES, GMA NewsMarch 13, 2014 6:26pm

    PAF plane joins search for missing Malaysia jet. The crew of a Philippine Air Force C-130 plane based in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan flies over the southwest part of the West Philippine Sea to help in the search of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Several countries have joined the search for the plane which disappeared on March 8 while on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Wescom-PAO

    Nearly a week after Malaysia Airlines flight 370 jet vanished, no definitive evidence has yet been uncovered as to its final fate.

    A dozen countries with 42 ships and 39 aircraft are currently on the hunt, searching 100 nautical miles from where the plane had disappeared. Search parties were also sent to the Strait of Malacca in the possibility that the plane turned back after they lost contact.

    Numerous partial reports have been presented, false leads debunked, conspiracy theories aired. Yet the question remains unanswered: What happened to MH370?

    Disintegrated or plummeted?

    For lack of any conclusive evidence, a host of theories have emerged over the possible causes of the plane's disappearance. Among them are pilot error, mechanical malfunction, and terrorism.

    But whatever the cause, there are only two likely outcomes: either the plane disintegrated mid-air or nose-dived into the sea.

    An infographic by the South China Morning Post showed that disintegration caused by an explosion or a technical failure may have led small debris to spread over tens of kilometers of extended area. These remains would be more difficult to find.

    "Without a concentrated pattern, (it would be) difficult to spot the wreckage," the SCMP explained.

    On the other hand, if the plane plummeted nose first into the sea, the debris would be confined to a small area and will be easier to find.

    In a previous report, pilots and aviation experts said an explosion on board appeared to be the likely cause of the disaster. The plane was at cruising altitude, the safest phase of flight, and likely would have been on autopilot.

    "It was either an explosion, lightning strike or severe decompression," said a former Malaysia Airlines pilot. "The 777 can fly after a lightning strike and even severe decompression. But with an explosion, there is no chance. It is over."

    The fact that no distress signal was sent from the lost plane also seems to indicate a sudden

    However, a mid-air explosion should have been detected by satellites. The United States extensively reviewed imagery taken by spy satellites for evidence of a mid-air explosion, but saw none, a US government source said. The source described US satellite coverage of the region as "thorough."

    On the other hand, if MH370 didn't explode in mid-air and instead plummeted directly into the sea, it remains a mystery why the crew did not issue a distress call in the minutes before impact.

    Also, how come such a large object as a 209-foot-long (63.7m-long) Boeing 777-200 airplane could not be found despite intensive search efforts.

    Late Wednesday, March 12, the Chinese government released satellite photos of three objects in the waters between Malaysia and Vietnam that were initially believed to be wreckage from the plane. However, as of late Thursday, China's civil aviation chief, Li Jiaxiang, said there was no proof that the objects were connected to the missing aircraft.

    Meanwhile, a CNN report pointed out that search efforts have been expanded beyond the most probable areas of the plane crash.

    “Authorities began focusing on a stretch of sea around the mouth of the Gulf of Thailand, near the plane's last known position. But they have since expanded search efforts farther west, off the other coast of the Malaysian Peninsula and north into the Andaman Sea, part of the Indian Ocean. And the more time passes, the more ocean currents will move things around, complicating the investigators' task,” the report said.

    The search area has been expanded from 50 nautical miles to 100 nautical miles from where the plane disappeared.

    The search area has been expanded from 50 nautical miles to 100 nautical miles from where the plane disappeared. Search teams have also been deployed to the Strait of Malacca, in case the plane turned southward.

    Until the debris of the plane has been found, what happened to the MH370 flight will likely remain a mystery.

    Similarity to Air France Flight 447

    The Malaysia Airlines disappearance is dubbed an 'unprecedented mystery', but the incident is closely compared with the Air France Flight 447 disaster that killed 228 people on board. The Airbus330 was set to fly from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, but plunged into the Atlantic Ocean in 2009.

    A Time report said that it took a full five days before search and rescue teams found the wreck and another three years for investigators to report that ice crystals had caused the autopilot to disconnect.

    Both Malaysia Airlines and Air France jets were at cruising altitude of 35,000 feet, where aviation experts have said that catastrophic accidents are rare. Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777-200 and Air France Airbus A330 have good safety records, CTV News reported.

    However, there were no storms reported on Malaysia Airlines' MH370 path when the plane lost contact on Saturday. The Air France flight, on the other hand, had run into bad thunderstorms and stalled.

    The Air France jet crashed farther away from land, while the Malaysia Airlines jet seems to have disappeared closer to land.

    The final report into the Air France disaster said that it was was doomed by a combination of ice buildup, mechanical failure and pilot error, the CTV News report said. — TJD, GMA News

    Where is John Kerry and his big fat mug on this????? 6 days or so and no evidence of wreckage or anything?????

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    Malaysia 370 & Russian/US War Predicted June 2013 In A Dream (Videos)

    Sunday, March 23, 2014 5:42

    (Before It's News)
    By Susan Duclos

    One of the top stories for March 2014 has been the missing Malaysia Flight 370 that mysteriously disappeared, cut communications and continued to fly on for hours, to where no one knows, as multiple countries continue to search for the plane and the 239 people on it. The second top story in March 2014 has been this standoff over Ukraine where Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama go round and round with threats and sanctions in what many believe to be a potential start to World War III.

    This morning 9Nania reminds viewers that back in June 2013, she uploaded a video talking about some strange dreams she was having about an airplane and about two leaders facing off both accompanied by huge armies.

    Without listening to newer video, wanting to hear the June video first before hearing her spin on it, I immediately went to her June video, linked in the details, and sure enough, she basically predicted, via her dreams, the standoff between Russia and the US, and more ambiguously dreamed of a plane and weird feelings about getting on it.

    Both videos are below, first the original from June 2013 and then the one from Saturday March 22, 2014.

    Watch and decide for yourself if Nania’s dreams actually predicted the events we see occurring today.

    June 16, 2013 Video below.

    Dreams: Plane & Two Leaders Head to Head, "It's Gonna Happen,

    March 22, 2014 video below
    Dream Fulfillment: Missing Plane & US/Russia Stand Off

    Susan Duclos owns/writes Wake up America

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    Malaysia Airlines Capt. Shah Called By Faked Identity Woman, Gets US Targeted Individual Treatment

    Sunday, March 23, 2014 7:09

    Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 received a two-minute call shortly before takeoff from a mystery woman using a mobile phone number obtained under a false identity that US officials are using to make the captain a targeted individual.

    One of these calls was one of the last calls made to or from the mobile of Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah in the hours before his Boeing 777 left Kuala Lumpur 16 days ago. Investigators are treating the call as potentially significant due to anyone buying a pay-as-you-go SIM card in Malaysia must complete a form giving their identity card or passport number. Introduced as an anti-terrorism measure after 9/11, this ensures every number is registered to a traceable person. Police traced the number used to call Shah to a shop selling SIM cards in Kuala Lumpur and found it had been bought ‘very recently’ by someone who gave a woman’s name but using a false identity. The FBI is sending messages that tarnishes Shah’s reputation, similar to the agencies’ decades of persecuting of thousands of innocent targeted individuals for U.S. political gain. Political activists in Malaysia sometimes use SIM cards bought with bogus identity cards if they fear that their phones may be bugged by the country’s authoritarian ruling party. according to News.AU. For the same reason, American activists might choose using encrypted emails in fear of NSA and the FBI’s persecution under the US authoritarian ruling party. Innocent rights workers are targeted with framings and false imprisonment globally, particularly by the US government. Shah has been a human rights worker defending the rights of gays. Malaysia Airlines’ Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah has been called a hero by many professionals for a number of reasons related to his expertise and dedication. “Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah [is] a hero struggling with an impossible situation trying to get that plane to Langkawi,” a seasoned pilot Chris Goodfellow recently said. Capt. Shah is a well-loved human rights defender and a very experienced senior captain with 18,000 hours of flight time.

    Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah

    Investigators are now poised to question Captain Shah’s estranged wife in detail after waiting two weeks out of respect. It is culturally inappropriate in Malaysia to subject people in situations of terrible bereavement to the stress of intensive questioning.

    Due to FBI pressure, investigators will begin formally interviewing Faizah Khan, Shah’s estranged wife. The couple — with three children — were separated but living under the same roof.

    A source told the Mail on Sunday: ‘Faizah has been spoken to gently by officers but she has not been questioned in detail to establish her husband’s behaviour and state of mind in the days leading to the incident.

    Sources: News.ComAU, YouTube, Before It’s News

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    There's little doubt in my mind that foul play is involved. A jetliner that size has multiple "black boxes" that would be transmitting powerful emergency signals that could easily be detected by rescuers, if the plane had merely gone down via tragic accident.;;;;;;;

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    Black Holes Got Flight 370???

    Monday, March 24, 2014

    The PC culture would rather blame Black Holes than Terrorists for the disappearance of Malaysian Flight 370. Zo’s heard of digging deep for an explanation, but digging as deep as a black hole is Ridiculous! Hear more in this ZoNation.

    video at link below

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    Rothschild owned Blackstone Group benefits from missing flight 370, becoming primary patent holder of new technology, reports say

    March 25, 2014 6:00 PM EDT

    In this bizarre case of the missing Malaysian airliner, one plus one is starting to equal two

    By Shepard Ambellas

    AUSTIN (INTELLIHUB) — New information, fact checked by Intellihub News, may shed some light on the missing Malaysian Airlines flight which was recently reported by Malaysian officials to have ended tragically in the Indian Ocean despite the lack of physical evidence.
    While the disappearance of MH370 which had 239 people aboard is tragic, new bombshell information reveals that a Texas-based technology giant, Freescale Semiconductor Ltd., may have benefited in some way from the missing airliner which was reported to have been carrying 20 of Freescale’s employees. Although it’s obvious the loss of human life likely saddened employees and co-workers of Freescale, the possibility still remains that higher-ups in the corporation may have benefitted from the event.
    “Freescale previously confirmed that the 20 employees — 12 from Malaysia and eight from China — were among 239 people on flight MH370. The company has not released the names of those employees, and again declined to do so on Monday.”, as reported by Brian Gaar, the American Statesman, Mar. 24.
    It has also been mentioned in a statement by a company spokesperson that the employees who were aboard MH370, were extremely talented and valuable in the technological field.
    Freescale Semiconductor Ltd. is primarily owned by the Blackstone Group, i.e. Lord Jacob Rothschild, the same group responsible for spraying the highly-toxic Corexit 500A into the waters of the Gulf of Mexico in the months following the BP oil spill as reported early on by Intelihub News. Shockingly, we also see the Carlyle Group listed as a secondary investor adding another layer of suspicion for investigators.
    The official entry listed under Freescale Semiconductor’s “financials” section on Wikipediastates:
    On September 15, 2006, Freescale agreed to a $17.6 billion buyout by a consortium led by Blackstone Group and its co-investors, Carlyle Group, TPG Capital, and Permira. The buyout offer was accepted on November 13, 2006 following a vote by company shareholders. The purchase, which closed on December 1, 2006, was the largest private buyout of a technology company until the Dell buyout of 2013 and is one of the ten largest buyouts of all time.

    As a journalist, I have to point out the vast amount of monies invested into this technology firm. It’s not like $17.9B is a drop in the bucket by any means, likely signifying the true importance of this corporation. I also have to question why so many Freescale employees were on the same flight at the same time, as four of them were reported by several sources to have been U.S. patent holders of a new technology. This would likely have been a breach of protocol, but at the least a costly oversight.
    In fact it’s been reported that Peid Ong Wang, Suzhou, Zhijun Chen, Suzhou, Zhihong Cheng, Suzhou and Li Ying, Suzhou, Freescale employees from China who were said to have been onboard flight 370, were each 20% holders of U.S. Patent #US008671381B1. Shockingly, the remaining 20% has been reported to be held by Freescale Semiconductor Ltd., which now after the disappearance of flight 370 becomes the sole patent holder. In laymen’s terms, Lord Jacob Rothschild is now the patent holder by virtue of invested interest into Freescale Semiconductor Ltd.
    To bring things further into perspective, putting the icing on the cake, the Rothschild dynasty owns the Malaysian Central Bank which in-turn is heavily invested into the Malaysian government and Malaysian Airlines.
    Need I say more?

    (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
    Writer Bio:

    Shepard Ambellas is the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News and the maker of SHADE the Motion Picture. You can also find him on Twitter and Facebook. Shepard also appears on the Travel Channel series America Declassified.

    For media inquires, interviews, questions or suggestions for this author, email: or telephone: (347) 759-6075.

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    The break we've been waiting for?

    Satellite spots 122 objects in ocean

    Some of the objects were as much as 75 feet long and appeared to be solid, a Malaysian official says.




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    New Malaysia plane search area turns up objects

    By ROB GRIFFITH and GILLIAN WONG 1 hour ago

    PERTH, Australia (AP) — Australian officials moved the search area for the lost Malaysian jetliner 1,100 kilometers (680 miles) to the northeast Friday following a new analysis of radar data, and planes quickly found multiple objects in the new zone.

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    Five out of 10 aircraft hunting for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 found objects of various colors Friday, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority said. It said it was not clear whether the objects were from the plane, and photos of them would be analyzed overnight.
    AMSA said the items included two rectangular objects that were blue and grey — among the colors of the missing plane. A Chinese patrol ship in the area will attempt to locate the objects on Saturday, it said.
    The three-week hunt for the jet has been filled with possible sightings, with hundreds of objects identified by satellite and others by plane, but so far not a single piece of debris has been confirmed.
    Australian officials said they turned away from the old search area, which they had combed for a week, because a new analysis of radar data suggests the plane had flown faster and therefore ran out of fuel more quickly than previously estimated. The new area is closer to land and has calmer weather than the old one, which will make searching easier.
    "We have moved on" from the old search area, said John Young, manager of AMSA's emergency response division.
    The radar data that was re-analyzed was received soon after Flight 370 lost communications and veered from its scheduled path March 8. The Beijing-bound flight carrying 239 people turned around soon after taking off from Kuala Lumpur, flew west toward the Strait of Malacca and disappeared from radar.
    The search area has changed several times since the plane vanished as experts analyzed a frustratingly small amount of data from the aircraft, including the radar signals and "pings" that a satellite picked up for several hours after radar and voice contact was lost.
    The latest analysis indicated the aircraft was traveling faster than previously estimated, resulting in increased fuel use and reducing the possible distance it could have flown before going down in the Indian Ocean. Just as a car loses gas efficiency when driving at high speeds, a plane will get less out of a tank of fuel when it flies faster.
    Malaysia's civil aviation chief, Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, told reporters in Kuala Lumpur that personnel at Boeing Co. in Seattle had helped with the analysis of the flight.
    Planes and ships had spent a week searching about 2,500 kilometers (1,550 miles) southwest of Perth, Australia, the base for the search. Now they are searching about 1,850 kilometers (1,150 miles) west of the city.
    "This is our best estimate of the area in which the aircraft is likely to have crashed into the ocean," Martin Dolan, chief commissioner of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, said at a news conference in Canberra.
    He said a wide range of scenarios went into the calculation. "We're looking at the data from the so-called pinging of the satellite, the polling of the satellites, and that gives a distance from a satellite to the aircraft to within a reasonable approximation," he said. He said that information was coupled with various projections of aircraft performance and the plane's distance from the satellites at given times.
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    Dolan said the search now is for surface debris to give an indication of "where the main aircraft wreckage is likely to be. This has a long way to go."
    A number of the objects spotted Friday were white or light in color, AMSA said, adding that the finds needed to be confirmed by ship.
    Young said the hundreds of floating objects detected over the last week by satellites in the former search area, previously considered possible wreckage, "may or may not actually be objects."
    "In regards to the old areas, we have not seen any debris and I would not wish to classify any of the satellite imagery as debris, nor would I want to classify any of the few visual sightings that we made as debris. That's just not justifiable from what we have seen," he said.
    But in Malaysia, Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said at a news conference that because of ocean drifts, "this new search area could still be consistent with the potential objects identified by various satellite images over the past week."
    The new search area is about 80 percent smaller than the old one, but it remains large: about 319,000 square kilometers (123,000 square miles), about the size of Poland or New Mexico.
    Sea depths in the new area range from 2,000 meters (6,560 feet) to 4,000 meters (13,120 feet), Young said. There are trenches in the area that go even deeper, Australia's national science agency said in a statement. That includes the Diamantina trench, which is up to 7,300 meters (24,000 feet) deep, but it was unclear whether the deepest parts of the trench are in the search area.
    If the wreckage is especially deep, that will complicate search efforts. The U.S. Navy is sending equipment that can hear "black box" pings up to about 6,100 meters (20,000 feet) deep, and an unmanned underwater vehicle that operates at depths up to 4,500 meters (14,800 feet).
    Young said a change in search area is not unusual.
    "This is the normal business of search and rescue operations — that new information comes to light, refined analyses take you to a different place," Young told reporters. "I don't count the original work as a waste of time."
    He said the new search zone, being about 700 kilometers (434 miles) closer to mainland Australia, will be easier to reach. Planes used so much fuel getting to and from the old search area that had only about two hours of spotting time per sortie.
    The new area also has better weather conditions than the old one, where searches were regularly scrapped because of storms, high winds and low visibility.
    "The search area has moved out of the 'roaring 40s,' which creates very adverse weather," Young said, referring to the latitude of the previous search area. "I'm not sure that we'll get perfect weather out there, but it's likely to be better than we saw in the past."
    Australia's HMAS Success was expected to arrive in the area Saturday, Young said. The Chinese Maritime Safety Administration patrol boat Haixun 01 was also on site, and several more Chinese ships were on their way.
    Malaysian officials said earlier this week that satellite data confirmed the plane crashed into the southern Indian Ocean.
    Authorities are rushing to find any piece of the plane to help them locate the black boxes, or flight data and voice recorders, that will help solve the mystery of why the jet flew so far off-course. The battery in a black box normally lasts for at least a month.
    Officials are already preparing for the hunt for the black boxes. The U.S. Navy towed pinger locator and Bluefin-21 autonomous underwater vehicle are to be fitted onto an Australian vessel, the Ocean Shield, when it reaches Albany, a port near Perth, in a day or two, said a government official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media.
    He did not say how long it would take to reach the search area. He said the Chinese ships are also expected to have acoustic sensors that can listen for black box pingers.
    The lack of results from the search gave one Malaysian family a little hope that the authorities were wrong in their calculations.
    Eliz Wong Yun Yi, 24, whose father was on the plane, said her family stopped watching the daily Malaysian news conference because they felt the government was not upfront with information. All the new satellite data added to the confusion, she said.
    "After so many days, still no plane. We will not believe what they say until the plane wreckage is found. I want to stay positive and believe that my father will come back," she said. Her father, Wong Sai Sang, a 53-year-old Malaysian property sales manager, had been on his way to Beijing for work.



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