Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 Could Be Employed For Possible 9/11 Attack On U.S. This Year, Suggests Ret. Lt. Gen.- Report
By jaskiran kaur | August 27, 2014 2:47 PM EST
This coming Sept. 11 will mark the 13th anniversary of the unforgettable terrorist attacks on the U.S. that took place on Sept. 11, 2001. According to an expert, the U.S. may still not be safe and should be prepared to tackle another such attack on the same date this year. Several media outlets report that Ret. Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney suggested that such an attack could happen again with the missing Malaysia Flight MH370 used as a weapon.
A woman writes a message on a dedication board for the victims of the downed Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 airliner and the missing Flight MH370, in Subang Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur July 23, 2014. All sides in Ukraine's civil war must protect civilians and take what measures they can to search for the victims of downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 airliner and ensure their bodies are returned, the International Committee of the Red Cross said on Wednesday.
On Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014, Thomas McInerney spoke to Uma Pemmaraju, the host of Fox New Channel's show, "America's News HQ" (via Breitbart). While speaking to the news channel, the network military analyst talked about the dangers America is facing in the wake of ISIS, the jihadist group present in the Middle East. Click HERE to see the Thomas McInerney's interview with Fox Channel as published by Digitas Daily on YouTube.com.
As the former Air Force Lt. Gen addressed the issue of increasing threat from the terrorist group, he suggested that "United States should 'go to DEFCON 1, the highest state of readiness and be prepared'" as the Sept. 11 is soon approaching. The report notes, he issued a warning suggesting that the U.S. may experience "a 9/11/14."
Thomas McInerney has been a command pilot who has participated in 407 combat missions. Besides being a military analyst for Fox News, he is also a member of the pressure group called the Iran Policy Committee.
During the interview with the channel, Thomas even brought up the topic of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and a book that he thinks would be significant for the Americans.
"On the seventh of September, a major news network and publishing network are going to put out a book," Thomas McInerney told the channel.
"It is going to be earth shattering of what's happening and what happened. The fact is we may even see a 9/11/14 MH-370 surface again," he added.
Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went missing on March 8, 2014. The missing Boeing 777 lost contact with the radars just few minutes after it took off and disappeared with 239 people on board. On 24 March, the Malaysian government announced that the plane crashed into the southern Indian Ocean. However, no traces and debris related to MH370 have been found yet. Thus the tragedy continues to be aviation industry's biggest mystery.
The host also asked Thomas McInerney to shed light on the publication he referred to while talking about 9/11 and MH370. The officer refused to elaborate on the topic but hinted that it is something that is going to be of great significance. He even suggested that Americans should take note of it. He believes that the country is not as safe as it was six years ago.
Based on the officer's interview, Personal Liberty reports that Thomas McInerney suggested that MH370 "could be intact and being readied by terrorist for use as a weapon against the U.S."
Previously, during an interview on Fox Channel's "Hannity" show, the Lieutenant General suggested the possibility of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 landing in Pakistan with the motive of using the plane as another act of terrorism. According to Fox News Insider, Thomas McInerney explained that the plane "could have been flying in the shadow of Singapore Airlines flight 68 over India." He referred to the LIGNET reports suggesting that the plane could possibly be found in Pakistan.
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