Iranians perfected Remote Control Hijacking or Was it a UFO

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Did Aliens or Iran Abduct Flight MH370 Iran captures 'lost' U.S. spy drone in 2011 but Have The Iranians perfected Remote Hijacking the (first remote hijacking?)OF A JETLINER with the Russian Help was this a secret weapon That was Tested to remote control Fighter Jets, making enemy aircraft Effectively REDUNDANT IN THE SKIES The American IBM Technical Storage Executive for Malaysia, a man working in mass storage aggregation for the company implicated by the Snowden papers for providing their services to assist the National Security Agency in surveilling the Chinese.. And now this bunch of US chip guys working for a global leader in embedded processing solutions (embedded smart phone tech and defense contracting) all together..on a plane..And disappeared.. Coincidence??" or did "US intelligence got late wind that their flying brain-trust of 21 were going to be arrested/detained and interrogated upon landing in China and the US intelligence community deemed the risk too great to their Asian based espionage programs and took appropriate action to "sanitize" the plane in flight." "If the plane is not found in the next few days, or ever, we must assume the plane was hijacked and taken to a nearby country where that government wants to keep the disappearance a secret," "If this is the case, the two passengers with stolen passports must be the hijackers." "If the Iranian government wanted to hijack the plane, it would have had its hijackers make an abrupt turn and head to the nearest friendly Muslim country," he wrote. "In this case, it would be East Timor, the most likely country, located in the opposite direction from the flight path." the plane suddenly disappeared from radar entirely - no passenger plane could drop from 36,000 feet to below radar horizon in mere seconds the MH370 was the 404th 777 Boeing produced An HTTP 404 error means, not found, which in this case is oddly approiate for the status of the aircraft, or just a concidence The Boeing 777 has one of the best safety records in aviation history

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