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Amer­i­can fighter planes scram­bled to blow miss­ing jet MH370 out of the skies be­liev­ing it was a hi­jacked ter­ror­ist craft head­ing for a mil­i­tary base!

That’s the con­clu­sion of

Marc Du­gain, former head of the French air­line Pro­teus, who be­lieves the de­fense jets downed the Malaysia Air­lines plane be­fore it could reach a base on the In­dian Ocean is­land of Diego Gar­cia. Me­chan­i­cal en­gi­neer Peter McMa­hon sup­ports this the­ory and be­lieves U.S. of­fi­cials want to bury the flight be­cause the plane is full of bul­let holes from a botched mil­i­tary op­er­a­tion. “Find­ing it will only open an­other in­quiry,” said McMa­hon.

Oth­ers be­lieve the doomed flight was the sub­ject of a cover-up by a wider ca­bal of es­pi­onage chiefs in­clud­ing Rus­sia, North Korea, China and Thai­land, who col­luded to leave the plane “dis­ap­peared” — as the wreck­age pre­sented them with se­ri­ous se­cu­rity risks.

A source close to the of­fi­cial search for the Boe­ing 777 that mys­te­ri­ously van­ished on March 8, 2014, said: “Numer­ous spy agen­cies view its dis­cov­ery as a na­tional se­cu­rity risk.

“They know their own gov­ern­ments could shut them down if their sur­veil­lance meth­ods and mil­i­tary op­er­a­tions were ex­posed.

“They don’t care if their agree­ment leaves the fam­i­lies of the 239 peo­ple on board ma­rooned in grief. That’s dis­missed as col­lat­eral dam­age.”

A num­ber of MH370 hun­ters bol­stered our in­sider’s claim. Renowned Bri­tish jour­nal­ist Nigel Cawthorne out­lined his the­ory the plane was ac­ci­den­tally shot down by a U.S.-Thai task force in a se­cret mil­i­tary ex­er­cise over the South China Sea in his book

“Flight MH370 — The Mys­tery.”

Ac­claimed au­thor and his­to­rian Nor­man Davies wrote in his book “Be­neath An­other Sky: A Global Jour­ney Into His­tory” that cy­ber­spies re­motely hacked the flight and di­verted the air­craft to a se­cret spot so they could search for sen­si­tive in­tel­li­gence in­for­ma­tion that may have been on board. MH370 hunter An­dre Milne has said Rus­sian spies and Pres­i­dent Vladimir Putin know the plane’s lo­ca­tion but refuse to di­vulge the in­for­ma­tion — as it would ex­pose its se­cret es­pi­onage satel­lites.

Con­spir­acy the­o­rists be­lieve North Korea spy bosses are also happy to leave MH370 lost since they fear it will un­cover their at­tempt to shoot down the plane in a plot to an­a­lyze Boe­ing con­struc­tion.

There are also be­liefs

China’s spy net­works want the air­craft to re­main un­found as it would blow the whis­tle on their scheme to kid­nap the 20 pas­sen­gers who worked for Freescale Semi­con­duc­tor — a com­pany that al­legedly worked with the NSA to de­velop spy tech­nol­ogy, ac­cord­ing to NSA whistle­blower Ed­ward Snow­den.

Renowned jour­nal­istNigel Cawthorne Ex-air­line exec Marc Du­gain Sanc­tioned searches came up empty-handed

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