Where is this Aircraft?

Wow, you couldn't make that up. Proper X-files material that.

Whatever happened to the claim that there were black project engineers on the flight?
I have been out the loop on this one, As strange and bizarre as it has become.
Well, at least it's not as batshit crazy as the alien abduction theory. Oh, hang on, yes it is!
 
Wow, you couldn't make that up. Proper X-files material that.

Whatever happened to the claim that there were black project engineers on the flight?
I have been out the loop on this one, As strange and bizarre as it has become.
Well the Conspiraloons moved onto the next news story - theres no point staying with something and actually researching the issue all the Kudos are in being the 1st to prove it a)is a hoax or b) the jews did it or C ) the US / UK / west or Aliens / bizarre connection.
Al though it did get a revival when it was proven that the 767 shot down over the Ukraine was really MH370 and all the bodies were frozen (CIA plot to start WW3 )

The rest of the world accepts its stacked in somewhere reasons unknown and may never be and regards the conspiraloon bollox as just that
 
Al though it did get a revival when it was proven that the 767 shot down over the Ukraine was really MH370 and all the bodies were frozen (CIA plot to start WW3 )
I heard that from a black ops expert at my local 'Spoons. Must be true.
 
Since confirmed bits of the wreckage have washed up ashore in various places I doubt its in a jungle miles inland.
 
I wish him the best of luck.
As do I, he'll need it.

"It’s far more likely, as the Daily Express mentions, that what we see here is an unrelated, and very much intact, aircraft flying over Cambodia at the time the satellite image was taken. Commenters are quick to point out that any plane crashing in the jungle would likely be in pieces, much less visible in such a way on the satellite image.

The plane here (while very blurry) also seems to have a T-tail configuration, which would mean it’s likely not a Boeing 777-200 at all."
 
An investigator hoping to claim the $70million reward for finding the plane is reportedly in Cambodia. Unfortunately the site he hopes to visit is allegedly surrounded by junked-up lumberjacks. If he gets murdered by them, it will just add another conspiracy theory to this whole affair.

I wish him the best of luck.

News link MH370 'wreckage in Cambodia is surrounded by armed illegal loggers high on meth'

Reward link Bloomberg - Are you a robot?
Not very likely. Within about 15 minutes of a crash like that in Cambodia, the place would have been awash in looters, people taking selfies, and policemen looking for some way of soliciting a bribe...

Vietnam Airlines Flight 815 - Wikipedia

 
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An investigator hoping to claim the $70million reward for finding the plane is reportedly in Cambodia. Unfortunately the site he hopes to visit is allegedly surrounded by junked-up lumberjacks. If he gets murdered by them, it will just add another conspiracy theory to this whole affair.

I wish him the best of luck.

News link MH370 'wreckage in Cambodia is surrounded by armed illegal loggers high on meth'
Sorry, who's high on meth? Ian and Jack Wilson seem prime possibilities.
 
As do I, he'll need it.

"It’s far more likely, as the Daily Express mentions, that what we see here is an unrelated, and very much intact, aircraft flying over Cambodia at the time the satellite image was taken. Commenters are quick to point out that any plane crashing in the jungle would likely be in pieces, much less visible in such a way on the satellite image.

The plane here (while very blurry) also seems to have a T-tail configuration, which would mean it’s likely not a Boeing 777-200 at all."
Yep, I'd take a stab at a Boeing 727.


 

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