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    Posted March 22, 2014 by
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    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

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    Will Clues Lead to Kim Jong-nam?

     
    I will just list some clues rather than making judgment. It is you who link, dig and judge.

    Clue 1. Chinese ambassador to Malaysia Huang Huikang said on Mar. 9, the next day after Flight 370 lost contact, that we should be patient and MH370 lost contact with a lot of things beyond imagination and control. At that time what Chinese government had learned most clearly would be the identity of Chinese passengers. Therefore it is highly possible that the judgment of something beyond imagination and control was made based on the passengers’ identity. There may be someone(s) really important.

    Clue 2. Lt. Gen. Ackbal bin Haji Abdul Samad, air operations commander of the Royal Malaysian Air Force told press in Beijing on Mar. 21 that some information had not been made public in order to protect hostages in case MH370 had been hijacked since it had not been found. What kind of information would jeopardize hostages’ life? I would like to presume the real identity of someone(s).

    Clue 3. On Mar. 9, Chinese media widely reported that a Chinese citizen YU had the same passport number as ZHAO QIWEI’s, one of passengers aboard MH 370 according to the passenger list given by Malaysia Airlines. Neither has Malaysia Airline changed the passport number on the list nor was further report on that passport followed. It is still a myth.

    Clue 4. North Korea fired 25 rockets on Mar 16 and 30 more today (Mar 22). On Mar. 15, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak made statement that Flight 370 may locate on one of two arcs according to calculation based on ping signal sent to INMARSAT satellite. On Mar. 20, Australia announced that they may have found possible debris of Flight 370.

    Backgound information: Kim Jong-nam is the eldest son of Kim Jong-il. In Jan., it was widely reported that Kim Jong-nam had moved from Singapore to Malaysia since the end of 2013 and frequently flew to Beijing. Also rumor said that he had escaped several assassination attempts by his brother Kim Jong-un, the present leader of North Korea. It is believed that after Chang Song-thaek, Kim Jong-nam's protective umbrella in North korea, was executed on 12 Dec., 2013, Kim Jong-nam's life was under threaten and that was the reason why he fled to Malaysia.
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