Most of the general public have forgotten about Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 at least consciously. Subconsciously many people are keenly aware a commercial aircraft disappeared. The major search engine has over 2 billion backlinks on the subject, supporting the fact many people have not forgotten.
The concern for the family members of the passengers and the crew members weighs heavily on the minds of many. For government agencies whose total existence depends on information and secrets, we can only imagine their level of commitment to learning more about this once in a lifetime event.
Worrying the general public is not something the airline industry wants, thus we as citizens of different countries don’t hear a lot about Malaysian Airlines flight MH370
Sandy Ingram, the author of the Osei International Book Series, included a segment in the book surrounding a fictional response by the CIA to the event. She expresses the involvement of other secret agencies around the globe being equally concerned.
No country wants to be held hostage by the possibility of missing commercial aircraft. Finding the truth has to be a major concerned for agencies like the CIA Mossad, MSS, SVR or RAW.
Ingram says she has no way of knowing the inside truth of what the CIA is doing, however, she suggests the possibility of a remote hack is a real possibility. “Not being a computer whiz in the area of hacking or computer hardware leaves room for error on her part,” says Ingram. She says her online research from reputable sources enabled her to piece together an emotional thriller on the subject.
In real life, a man named Chris Roberts reported to the FBI that he hacked a commercial airline using the airplane’s entertainment system. The details are sketchy yet provided Ingram with enough insight to write on the subject with a high level of mystery.
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