Seven days in, officials now suspect flight 370 was hijacked

Officials now saying it is 'conclusive' that Flight 370 was hijacked »

Seven days after the vanishing act of MH370, we are now seeing reports that the airliner was hijacked by someone with ‘experience’ and that authorities are zeroing in on two possible routes that the flight took.. Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib said Saturday that this was a ‘deliberate action.’ 
Najib also said investigators are now trying to trace the airplane across two possible “corridors” — a northern corridor from the border of Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan through to northern Thailand, and a southern corridor from Indonesia to the southern Indian Ocean.
That surprisingly conclusive information comes after days of mystery—searches in vast portions of oceans and spy satellites searching land masses for wreckage. Now the Indian Ocean is in play..
This has been the most bizarre and surreal series of events that I have ever witnessed in connection with a plane crash.. And to call it a plane crash at this is not even accurate. We frankly don’t.. Even if the hijacking  story works out, the fact remains: We don’t know where Flight 370 is.
Departing flights fill a screen at Kuala Lumpur Airport, where missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 took off on March 8.

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