This video was posted on YouTube and thats puzzling. The puzzle is getting more puzzling. Just watch the video but please don’t make any assumptions speculations and conclusion.
Police today released photo of one of the two mysterious passenger identified as an Iranian and he was believe to be migrating to Germany. He is identified as Pouria Nour Mohammad Mehrdad, aged 19.
IGP, Tan Sri Khalid said they had checked with their counterparts elsewhere and believe that he is not attached to any terrorist group. The information of his intention was provided from his mother.
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Pouria Nour used an Austrian belonging to Christian Kozel. It was reported stolen in Phuket, Thailand. The announcement by IGP matches Thailand Police investigation that both passengers travelling on a stolen passport might be runaways seeking assylum. Based on ticket purchasing, terrorist will identify the route and targeted airline. The two mystery passenger, however, requested for a cheap air fair from any airline to Copenhagen, Denmark and another to Frankfurt, Germany.
Their ticket was purchased by a middleman from a tourism agency in Thailand.
What I posted below are copied and paste from Yahoo News
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By RACHEL KATZ and COLLEEN CURRY | Good Morning America
A man claiming to be the friend of two Iranians who used fake passports to board the missing Malaysia Airlines flight told ABC News that the men stayed at his home the night before the flight vanished.
Mohammad Mallaeibeasir told ABC News that he is an 18-year-old student living in Malaysia who went to high school with one of the men who is believed to have used a fake passport to board the missing flight. He said the other man was a friend of the friend’s, and the pair stayed at Mallaeibeasir’s the night before the flight took off.
Mallaeibeasir identified the men as Pouria Nour Mohammadi and Reza Devalar, both around age 18 or 19 and both from Iran. He said he went to high school with Pouria, but had not seen him for a couple of years.
They stayed with Mallaeibeasir and his roommate Friday night, and then Mallaeibeasir drove them to the airport, where they used stolen Italian and Austrian passports to board Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 on Saturday morning, he said.
The plane lost contact with air control and radar approximately an hour into its flight and disappeared without a trace. A massive search operation is under way for any sign of the plane in the waters between Malaysia and Vietnam.
Mallaeibeasir said he did not know the men were using fake passports until the news stories broke and Pouria’s mother called him and told him about it. Mallaeibeasir says he then called Malaysia Airlines and told them all of the information he knew.
Today Malaysian Police Chief Khalid Abu Bakar identified one of the two men with stolen passports as Pouria Nour Mohammad Mehrdad, 19, and said he was likely trying to enter Germany to seek asylum. His mother contacted authorities after he didn’t arrive in Frankfurt.
Interpol later identified the other man as Delavar Syed Mohammad Reza, 29.
Law enforcement sources told ABC news today that the men’s tickets were purchased by an Iranian man known as “Mr. Ali.”
Mallaeibeasir said that when Pouria and Reza were staying at his house, he heard them briefly talking to an “Ali” on the phone.
“The last night when they were in my home they were talking on the phone for a long time. They were talking in Persian, in their room, and I heard them say ‘OK Ali’ like that in Persian. I didn’t understand because it was like, five seconds. I went into the room to take water from my fridge and I came out and they said, ‘Be quiet, we’re talking.'”
Besides the hushed phone conversations, Mallaeibeasir said that the pair just hung out with him and his housemate and watched movies. Then Mallaeibeasir drove them to the airport.
“They stayed here only the last night before the flight. They were supposed to stay in Malaysia for three days but I think they stayed for one week,” Mallaebeasir said. “They were with me because I had a car and I told them I will take you to the airport. They came to my house.”
Mallaeibeasir and Pouria went to high school together in Tehran two years ago, before Mallaebeasir moved to Malaysia to study business information technology. He said he did not know Reza until the two arrived at his home for a quick night’s stay.
Mallaeibeasir said he did not ask Pouria or Reza why they were in Malaysia. Pouria said he was heading to Germany or Copenhagen after Malaysia in order to visit his mother because they were having family problems, Mallaeibeasir said.
The two men traveled lightly, Mallaebeasier said. Pouria had a mountain climbing-type backpack and a laptop, while Reza carried a suitcase and a laptop, he said.
After he dropped them at the airport, Mallaebeasier called the men on their cell phones. Pouria answered but hung up quickly, and Mallaebeasier ended up talking to Reza for about three minutes, he said.
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It has been 4 days and there is still very little clue of what really happen to Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 that went missing from radar after being airborne for about 2 hours. The Boeing 777-200 was en route to Beijing and all communication was lost at about 1.30 am somewhere over the South China Sea South of Vietnam.
Search and Rescue (SAR) Teams were deployed from the air and on water participated by many neighbouring countries. Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, USA, China and Australia join force scouring the sea for any clues of the missing aircraft.
Many false clues believe to be parts of the missing aircraft emerged all were verified to be not from MH370.
MH370 landed safely at an airport in China was false
Debris found floating on the sea not from the missing plane
Yellow object believe to be life raft turn out to be something else
Oil spill but then confirmed to be not jet fuel but from ship.
Image of an airplane on Can Do Island off Vietnam posted on Facebook was a Google Image captured on 14th February 2010.
Theories that the aircraft was hijacked became abuzz due to two of the passengers boarded the plane on a stolen passport. It was founf out that the tickets was bought from South China Airlines agent in Thailand from a travel company. MH370 is a code share flight between MAS and South China Airlines.
A man named Mr Ali was mentioned by a travel agent who sold the ticket to, and it was purchased subsequently at the same time.
Hollywood.com wrote : A search is now on for the man known only as Mr. Ali, though authorities believe these odd ticket purchasing circumstances likely signal a refugee scam, rather than a terrorist plot. “It doesn’t matter that the passport is going to be detected upon arrival. All you need is something that will get you on the plane,” security consultant Chris Mathers said. “When they would get to Beijing, the passports would likely not have been checked because they would be in the in-transit area. Then, when they get on the plane to Europe, they flush the passports and declare refugee status in Europe. This happens a lot.”
Let us all Pray for MH370.