Was it a terror attack: Two Passengers Were Using Stolen Passports

Was it a terror attack: Two Passengers Were Using Stolen Passports

Was it a terror attack? Reportedly two people aboard the Boeing 777 that disappeared over Vietnam were traveling on STOLEN PASSPORTS as missing U.S passengers identified as IBM exec and two toddlers

Earlier today, two oil slicks were spotted by the Vietnamese air force as the major search and rescue operation was launched when the aircraft disappeared shortly after losing contact with air traffic controllers. The Boeing 777 was carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members on board who are all feared dead.

Here is what is known about the crash so far:

  • Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur at 12.21am
  • Vietnamese Navy detected emergency signal 153 miles out to sea
  • Flight MH370 declared missing nearly 90 minutes after it was due to land
  • Malaysian Transport Minister said ‘no crash site has been found’
  • 227 passengers and 12 crew were from 14 different countries including Malaysia, China, U.S., France, Canada, and Australia
  • Three Americans, including two toddlers, feared dead
  • IBM employee Philip Wood, 51, identified as sole adult American national aboard the missing plane
  • Two passengers believed to have been travelling on a stolen passports
  • Aviation expert Chris Yates said the aircraft will not have been carrying enough fuel to still be flying and ‘will have crashed’
  • He said the investigation will look at two areas, the maintenance of the aircraft and possible terrorism
  • Vietnamese air force spot two oil slicks suspected to be from the wreckage

By: Rebel Rebellion III%

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Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2576087/Malaysia-Airlines-says-plane-missing.html


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