What are terrorists learning from the story of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

Fox News security analyst KT McFarland said terrorists are watching this story and said they’re “very adaptable.” Through this story, she said they have learned that there are a lot of holes in the security system.

McFarland said terrorists have now seen that stolen passports can be used to board planes despite the Interpol database, and said that “we have learned that there are not eyes in the sky everywhere.”

Despite the search being a multi-country operation, McFarland said there’s “no quarterback on this team.”

McFarland said other countries probably have information on the plane that they have not shared.

Michael Kay said investigators should also look at mechanical failure, in addition to hijacking and sabotage.

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