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22 January 2013


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I just wonder were those PNG officials thoroughly checked the jet?
For what have came out through the media they only mentioned that the officials only checked the passengers passport without doing a proper check on the jet.
I just can't imagined if tonnes of drugs were inside that jet that time and those government officials just turned blind eyes on that.

There are many wild theories flying around about the mystery plane flight.

It apparently came from the UK via the Bahamas, Mali, the Maldives, then POM [Post Courier].

A strange route.

And why did the Saken brothers request to be allowed to sleep on the plane, once it landed, to "carry out their business"?

There's a lot more to this story.

I'm lost. Since when do we have "no choice but to comply"?

We are a sovereign nation not subject to a demand from another sovereign.

Vanuatu "requested". Not "commanded".

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