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daily 03/16/2014

    • British-born Saajid Badat allegedly told a New York court on Tuesday that he had been instructed to hand over a shoe bomb to a group of four or five Malaysian men—one of whom was a pilot—who were planning to hijack an airplane.
    • Although the timing of the revelation could raise some eyebrows, Badat had actually made mention of a Malaysian plot as early as 2012 and security experts apparently see his testimony as credible.
    • When the flight first disappeared from air traffic controllers’ radar a week ago, the default assumption was that the plane had crashed. Now it seems unlikely that a plot as ingeniously planned and carefully executed as this one would not also have included plans for safe arrival at some ultimate destination.
    • In such a scenario, the odds are good that, unless they were murdered, the passengers remain alive. The motives and intentions of whoever took MH370 remain as murky as ever, but possibilities include a hostage scenario, the repurposing of the aircraft as an enormous flying bomb, or some combination of these and other outcomes.
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