There is verifiable proof of a security breach on the missing Malaysian airplane that is only getting a short mention in the mainstream media
By John Vibes
MALAYSIA (INTELLIHUB) — The mainstream media has been saturated with coverage of the Malaysian airline disappearance, but recent developments which indicate that there was without a doubt a security breach on the plane are rarely being discussed. These details are being reported the media, but these facts are often buried at the bottom of articles and only mentioned in passing during news reports.
It has been reported that two passengers who were listed on the plane’s records, an Italian and an Austrian, were not even on the flight, but both reportedly had their passports stolen in Thailand. Now it has been revealed that both of these tickets were purchased in the same transaction.
Quietly tucked into the bottom of one of their articles, the BBC reported that:
“Interpol said at least two passports — one Austrian and one Italian — recorded in its stolen and lost travel documents database were used by passengers onboard the flight. The passports were added to the database after being stolen in separate incidents over the past two years…”
However, Italy and Austria have said that none of their citizens were onboard the plane. All the while, the two passengers who used the passports in question appear to have bought their tickets together.
The tickets were bought from China Southern Airlines at identical prices, paid in Thailand’s baht currency, according to China’s official e-ticket verification system Travelsky. The ticket numbers are contiguous, which indicates the tickets were issued together.
“Whilst it is too soon to speculate about any connection between these stolen passports and the missing plane, it is clearly of great concern that any passenger was able to board an international flight using a stolen passport listed in INTERPOL’s databases”, said Interpol Secretary General Ronald K. Noble in a statement.
Authorities worldwide are downplaying this clue.
“I’ve seen these reports about the passports. We’re looking into that, but we don’t have anything to confirm at this point,” U.S. deputy national security adviser Tony Blinken told CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday. “The reports certainly raise questions and concerns, and that’s exactly why we’re looking into them. But right now, it would be premature to speculate”, he said.
The Malaysian transport and defense minister Hishammuddin Hussein said authorities were looking at two more possible cases of suspicious identities. “All the four names are with me and have been given to our intelligence agencies”, he said. “We are looking at all possibilities.”
To make matters even more suspicious, the plane seemed to have veered off its course.
Malaysia’s air force chief Rodzali Daud told a press conference that it appeared to have gone off-route, another fact that is being ignored by authorities and the mainstream media.. “We are trying to make sense of this … The military radar indicated that the aircraft may have made a turn back and in some parts, this was corroborated by civilian radar”, he said.