By Jack Philips
An author is claiming that missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 was shot down by U.S. forces–either deliberately or accidentally–and they want to cover it up, according to reports.
The Mirror newspaper said that John Chuckman,who is the former chief economist an unspecified oil company and now is an author, said that there’s too many unanswered questions about what happened to the missing aircraft.
“Could it be that the United States shot down Flight MH370, either accidentally or deliberately, and now wants to keep it secret?” he asked. “The possibility of recovery of the full wreckage, even if its location were found, from four miles under the sea amongst underwater mountains is extremely remote at best, so the United States can remain confident that physical evidence will never emerge.”
He added there “would be nothing unprecedented in such an act: on at least three occasions, regrettably, America’s military has shot down civilian airliners. I have no idea what event (a rogue pilot, a hijacker?) led to Flight MH370 turning off its communications, changing course, and flying low, but I do know that the event could not have gone unnoticed by America’s military-intelligence eyes and ears.”
Other conspiracy theories include that the plane was hijacked and taken to U.S. base Diego Garcia in the Indian ocean, that the plane was hijacked by a terrorist named “Hitch” to Afghanistan, or that UFOs abducted it.
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