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    14 May '18 11:331 edit
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/experts-think-theyve-finally-solved-mystery-disappeared-malaysian-airlines-flight-mh370-080029613.html

    Well, well, they are now saying that the entire flight crew had set out to murder those on board after all.

    Vance, and the other experts on the panel, all agree on the suspicion that MH370 captain – Zaharie Ahmad Shah – was attempting suicide.

    They believe he selected a remote and isolated part of the route so the plane would disappear.




    MH370 captain ‘deliberately evaded radar’ during final moments of doomed flight, according to experts

    Captain Zaharie managed to evade detection by military radar belonging to either Thai or Malaysian forces, according to Boeing 777 pilot Simon Hardy.

    “As the aircraft went across Thailand and Malaysia, it runs down the border, which is wiggling underneath, meaning it’s going in and out of those two countries, which is where their jurisdictions are,” Hardy told the programme.

    He added that if he were hired to make Boeing 777 disappear, he would “do the exact same thing”.
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    14 May '18 11:37
    Originally posted by @whodey
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/experts-think-theyve-finally-solved-mystery-disappeared-malaysian-airlines-flight-mh370-080029613.html

    Well, well, they are now saying that the entire flight crew had set out to murder those on board after all.

    Vance, and the other experts on the panel, all agree on the suspicion that MH370 captain – Zaharie Ahmad Shah – was ...[text shortened]... He added that if he were hired to make Boeing 777 disappear, he would “do the exact same thing”.
    The 'entire flight crew'?
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    14 May '18 11:41
    Originally posted by @proper-knob
    The 'entire flight crew'?
    Could he have done this by himself?

    If so, then perhaps it was just the lone jihadist.
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    14 May '18 11:44
    Originally posted by @whodey
    Could he have done this by himself?

    If so, then perhaps it was just the lone jihadist.
    The article doesn't claim it was the 'entire flight crew' does it?
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    14 May '18 11:501 edit
    Originally posted by @proper-knob
    The article doesn't claim it was the 'entire flight crew' does it?
    This is what it said.

    “The evidence is so heavily weighted to involvement by one of the aircrew taking this aircraft down.

    So I reckon the involvement of the rest of the crew is speculative.
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    14 May '18 12:05
    Originally posted by @whodey
    This is what it said.

    “The evidence is so heavily weighted to involvement by one of the aircrew taking this aircraft down.

    So I reckon the involvement of the rest of the crew is speculative.
    Yet you said this in the OP -

    'Well, well, they are now saying that the entire flight crew had set out to murder those on board after all.'
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    14 May '18 12:12
    Originally posted by @proper-knob
    Yet you said this in the OP -

    'Well, well, they are now saying that the [b]entire flight crew
    had set out to murder those on board after all.'[/b]
    I misspoke.

    Happy?
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    14 May '18 12:16
    Originally posted by @whodey
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/experts-think-theyve-finally-solved-mystery-disappeared-malaysian-airlines-flight-mh370-080029613.html

    Well, well, they are now saying that the entire flight crew had set out to murder those on board after all.

    Vance, and the other experts on the panel, all agree on the suspicion that MH370 captain – Zaharie Ahmad Shah – was ...[text shortened]... He added that if he were hired to make Boeing 777 disappear, he would “do the exact same thing”.
    Why characterize this theory as a "terrorist attack" explanation?

    What evidence is there that, even assuming the pilot was committing suicide, he was doing it for a political reason?

    Terrorists don't usually keep their motivations a secret.
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    14 May '18 12:17
    Originally posted by @whodey
    Could he have done this by himself?

    If so, then perhaps it was just the lone jihadist.
    What makes you think he was a "jihadist" at all?
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    14 May '18 12:17
    Originally posted by @no1marauder
    Why characterize this theory as a "terrorist attack" explanation?

    What evidence is there that, even assuming the pilot was committing suicide, he was doing it for a political reason?

    Terrorists don't usually keep their motivations a secret.
    I reckon in marauders world a pilot who murders an entire plane full of people without a trace is not a terrorist.

    To be a terrorist, they would have to be a right winged conservative Christian it seems.
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    14 May '18 12:18
    Originally posted by @no1marauder
    What makes you think he was a "jihadist" at all?
    He was Muslim. By definition, if you are a Muslim and you seen injustice, which is 24/7 in this world, then the Quran gives you permission to conduct jihad.
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    14 May '18 12:331 edit
    Originally posted by @whodey
    He was Muslim. By definition, if you are a Muslim and you seen injustice, which is 24/7 in this world, then the Quran gives you permission to conduct jihad.
    Was he a Muslim? None of the articles I found mention any religion.

    Of course, you are lying about the precepts of Islam, but that is nothing new. The guy had been flying planes for 30+ years but all of a sudden he decides that the Quran requires him to murder everybody on a plane (even assuming he was a Muslim)? It seems most unlikely though given your intense hatred and bigotry toward Muslims it's unsurprising you have reached such a conclusion.
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    14 May '18 12:33
    Originally posted by @whodey
    I reckon in marauders world a pilot who murders an entire plane full of people without a trace is not a terrorist.

    To be a terrorist, they would have to be a right winged conservative Christian it seems.
    Terrorists kill for political reasons.

    What was his political reason? What evidence supports such a wild claim?
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    14 May '18 12:37
    Originally posted by @no1marauder
    Terrorists kill for political reasons.

    What was his political reason? What evidence supports such a wild claim?
    Islamic terrorist groups around the world promote random violence in the name of Islamic revolution around the world.

    Thanks for playing.
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    14 May '18 12:47
    Originally posted by @whodey
    Islamic terrorist groups around the world promote random violence in the name of Islamic revolution around the world.

    Thanks for playing.
    What has that got to do with it?

    What evidence is there that this pilot, even assuming he committed suicide, had anything to do with "Islamic terrorist groups"?

    And when was the last time such a group committed a terrorist act in secret without taking credit for it?
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