Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Flight MH370 Shot Down by US, Says Former Airline Chief

Via The Herald (Zimbabwe):
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was shot down by the United States as it approached a secretive US military base on Diego Garcia Island in the remote Indian Ocean, according to French writer and former airline chief Marc Dugain. The Inquisitor states the writer believes there is a massive cover-up involving several countries. As the search for MH370 began, following the March 8 disappearance of the plane this YouTube user Montagraph’s attempt to solve the mysterious flight gave us all goosebumps — Watch: This man says he knows what happened to Flight MH370

He also alluded to Diego Garcia, the remote island of just 17 square miles owned by Great Britain, but leased by the United States for use as a military installation — as being a key piece to the puzzle.

The base has been shrouded in mystery, reportedly being used as a secret destination for Al Qaeda-linked prisoners interrogated by the US under the so-called “extraordinary rendition” programme.

In a startling revelation made on French radio, the former head of Proteus Airlines Dugain says he was warned against investigating the links between Diego Garcia and Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 by a shadowy “Western intelligence officer”.

Dugain says the popular theory that Malaysia Airlines plane was the victim of a high-tech hijack is most likely correct.

He believes hijackers commandeering the plane’s electronic communication and navigation systems electronically then flew toward the Indian Ocean, the place where the bulk of the search for flight MH370 took place.

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