Iranian MH370 Passenger With Stolen Passport Has Active Facebook Page – Apologized to Friends Before Trip
Iranian teenager Pouria Nourmohammadi who boarded the missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 with a stolen passport has a Facebook page. Pouria Nour Mohammadi, 19, and Reza Devalar, 29, both from Iran, used stolen passports to travel from Malaysia to Beijing and then Amsterdam.
Pouria Nour Mohammadi’s Facebook page is Pouria AM.
It is still active.
On March 4 Mohammadi posted this from Malaysia.
Pouria said he was excited.
Mohammadi also apologized to his friends when he left on his trip.
“Because of some problems I will deactivate my account. Friends, seriously, if I’ve done any of you a bad turn, forgive me because maybe…”
The last status update Pouria Nourmohammadi posted on his Facebook page indicated he was “feeling excited.” The 19-year-old Iranian had good reason to be: he was embarking on the first leg of a flight that would ultimately take him to Germany where his mother was waiting to help him begin a new life.
But his journey was tragically interrupted. His flight, Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370, disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing early Saturday morning with all 239 people on board. Nearly four days later, no trace has been found of the Boeing 777 in spite of a massive search operation conducted by at least nine countries.
Nourmohammadi had earlier hinted he would be going on a long, life-changing trip. “Because of some problems I will deactivate my account. Friends, seriously, if I’ve done any of you a bad turn, forgive me because maybe…” he posted on his Facebook page on Feb. 24.