They have finally said officially that all aboard are dead!


Sal
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Flight 370: Storm of emotions over lives 'lost' as storm at sea delays search

By Catherine E. Shoichet, Michael Pearson and Mitra Mobasherat, CNN
updated 9:28 PM EDT, Mon March 24, 2014

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (CNN) -- For families whose loved ones were aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, the past day has been full of news they were dreading.
First, a grim-faced Malaysian Prime Minister confirmed their worst fears, announcing Flight 370 went down somewhere in the Indian Ocean (external - login to view).
Then, even as investigators seemed closer than ever to finding the plane, stormy weather forced Australian authorities to call off a day of searching for the Boeing 777.
"It's almost felt like a miniature roller coaster within the day," said James Wood, whose brother Philip was one of three American passengers on the plane.
Families are stuck in a "holding pattern," he told CNN's "AC360."
"We're just waiting and waiting," he said, "and not getting any answers one way or another."
Photos: The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370


Experts: Flight ended west of Perth
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An agonizing wait continues
They'll have to wait at least a day longer. Gale-force winds, large waves, heavy rain and low clouds forecast for the area "would make any air and sea search activities hazardous and pose a risk to crew," the Australian Maritime Safety Authority said Tuesday. Teams will resume searching Wednesday if weather permits, officials said.
When they start looking again, they'll be combing the remote area in the southern Indian Ocean where officials now say they believe the flight ended.
New analysis of satellite data by a British satellite company and accident investigators led to that conclusion, Prime Minister Najib Razak said Monday. "They have told us all lives are lost," (external - login to view) a missing passenger's relative briefed by the airline in Beijing said.
Malaysia Airlines also sent a text message to relatives saying "we have to assume beyond any reasonable doubt that MH370 has been lost and that none of those onboard survived."
While the last-minute announcement appeared to end hopes of finding survivors more than two weeks after the flight vanished, it left many key questions unanswered, including what went wrong aboard the Beijing-bound airliner and the location of its wreckage in the deep, wild ocean waters.
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For families, some of whom had held out hope their relatives somehow were still alive, the news appeared to be devastating.
At a briefing for relatives in Beijing, some were overcome and had to be taken from a hotel on stretchers. In Kuala Lumpur, a woman walked out of a briefing for families in tears.
"My son, my daughter-in-law and granddaughter were all on board. All three family members are gone. I am desperate!" a woman said outside the Beijing briefing.
Another woman came out of the briefing room screaming, expressing doubts about the Malaysian conclusion.
"Where is the proof?" she said. "You haven't confirmed the suspected objects to tell us no one survived."
A committee representing some of the families of the 154 Chinese and Taiwanese passengers aboard the missing aircraft sharply criticized the Malaysian government in a statement, accusing authorities of deliberate search delays and cover-ups, China's state-run CCTV reported.
"If our 154 relatives aboard lost their lives due to such reasons, then Malaysia Airlines, the Malaysian government and the Malaysian military are the real murderers that killed them," the statement said, according to CCTV.
Malaysian police have interviewed more than 50 people in their investigation into the missing plane, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakal told Malaysia's national news agency Bernama.
Four scenarios of what happened
He said police are focusing on four possibilities about what happened: a potential hijacking, sabotage, psychological issues or personal problems of the passengers and/or crew.
"Such cases may take up to a year," Khalid said, "so please don't jump to conclusions that the police are slow."
While investigators have yet to find even a piece of the plane, the Prime Minister based his announcement on what he described as unprecedented analysis of satellite data by British satellite provider Inmarsat and the British Air Accidents Investigation Branch. He didn't describe the nature of the analysis.
He said the data, drawn from satellite pings the ill-fated airliner continued to send throughout its final flight, made it clear that the plane's last position was in the middle of the southern Indian Ocean, "far from any possible landing sites."
He begged reporters to respect the privacy of relatives.
"For them, the past few weeks have been heartbreaking," he said. "I know this news must be harder still."
The airline said it was making plans to fly families to Australia once wreckage is found.


Two objects in the Indian Ocean
The announcement came the same day as Australian officials said they had spotted two objects in the southern Indian Ocean that could be related to the flight, which has been missing since March 8 with 239 people aboard.
One object is "a gray or green circular object," and the other is "an orange rectangular object," the Australian Maritime Safety Authority said.
The Australian naval ship HMAS Success didn't turn up the objects when it searched Monday night, the authority said.
The objects are the latest in a series of sightings, including "suspicious objects" reported earlier Monday by a Chinese military plane that was searching in the same area, authorities said.
A U.S. surveillance plane sent to follow up was unable to find the objects, and so far, none of the sightings has been definitively linked to Flight 370.
Ten aircraft -- from Australia, China, the United States and Japan -- searched the area Monday.
China said Monday after the Prime Minister's announcement that it would be sending more ships to help.
China has a particularly large stake: Its citizens made up about two-thirds of the passengers on the missing Boeing 777.
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Satellites helped focused thesearch
Amid a vast regional search that at one point spanned nearly 3 million square miles, searchers homed in on the southern Indian Ocean in recent days after satellite images spotted a variety of unknown objects in an area roughly 1,500 miles southwest of Perth, Australia.
Australia reported the first images in the area, followed by China and France.
The area also lies on a projected flight path for the aircraft calculated in part from the satellite pings sent by the plane after other communications systems had shut down.
Australian officials have repeatedly warned that the objects may not be from the missing plane. They could be containers that have fallen off cargo ships, for example.
On Saturday, searchers found a wooden pallet as well as strapping belts, Australian authorities said. Hishammuddin said Monday that wooden pallets were among the items on Flight 370. But such pallets are also common in the ocean shipping industry, so it they may be unrelated to the flight.
The investigation into the passenger jet's disappearance has already produced a wealth of false leads and speculative theories. Previously, when the hunt was focused on the South China Sea near where the plane dropped off civilian radar, a number of sightings of debris proved to be unrelated to the search.

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Malaysia Flight 370: Lives 'lost'; weather causes search suspension - CNN.com (external - login to view)
 
lone wolf
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May they all rest in the peace of Poseidon's mercy
 
WLDB
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Well, I figured thats the way it would go. When planes go missing they tend to never have a happy ending. I cant think of one anyway. I guess there was that plane that crashed in the Andes but even then only about 1/4 of the people survived.
 
darkbeaver
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Officially they haven't found anything and they don't have any bodies or bit and pieces. The passengers might as well be in a hotel somewhere enjoying their cut. Next week they could all be rescued from a drifting raft off Florida.
 
Sal
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

Officially they haven't found anything and they don't have any bodies or bit and pieces. The passengers might as well be in a hotel somewhere enjoying their cut. Next week they could all be rescued from a drifting raft off Florida.

aren't there any islands around there for the "Lost"? just sayin' stuff happens
 
darkbeaver
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Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

aren't there any islands around there for the "Lost"? just sayin' stuff happens

It's a big ocean , I suppose an island is not out of the question and I certainly hope that scenario turns out true but stories about important tech people and beneficiaries of patents should something happen to partners flying to China is an enticing alternative. I forgot where I read it.
 
Sal
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

It's a big ocean , I suppose an island is not out of the question and I certainly hope that scenario turns out true but stories about important tech people and beneficiaries of patents should something happen to partners flying to China is an enticing alternative. I forgot where I read it.

along with the mysterious call to the cockpit just as they were about to take off...

it was a huge undertaking but someone did it .. successfully
 
darkbeaver
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All kinds of mysteries. No doubt there will be further speculation including aliens which I have'nt seen yet.
 
Sal
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

All kinds of mysteries. No doubt there will be further speculation including aliens which I have'nt seen yet.

well I made a close comment about the Rapture but the press didn't run with it.
 
WLDB
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

Officially they haven't found anything and they don't have any bodies or bit and pieces. The passengers might as well be in a hotel somewhere enjoying their cut. Next week they could all be rescued from a drifting raft off Florida.

Off Florida? I know they say the plane went way off course but Florida is the other side of the planet.
 
darkbeaver
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It's a mystery, anything goes, rapturing has been mentioned,

I didn't see the plane or anyone getting on the plane I didn't see, I have no usefull infomashun AT THIS TIME, NO COMMENT i'M LATE FOR AN IMPOTENT MEATING.
 
Sal
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

It's a mystery, anything goes, rapturing has been mentioned,

I didn't see the plane or anyone getting on the plane I didn't see, I have no usefull infomashun AT THIS TIME, NO COMMENT i'M LATE FOR AN IMPOTENT MEATING.

seriously?
 
darkbeaver
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Christopher Bollyn — bollyn.com March 19, 2014

Updated — March 26, 2014

Why would Israel have a plane identical to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in storage in Tel Aviv? The plane in this photo is Boeing 777 2H6(ER) - 28416/155, an identical twin of the missing plane, which has been in Israel since November 2013. What are the Israelis doing with this plane in a hanger in Tel Aviv? Could it be part of a false-flag terror plot in the making? Where is this plane today? Click to enlarge

Why would Israel have a plane identical to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in storage in Tel Aviv? The plane in this photo is Boeing 777 2H6(ER) – 28416/155, an identical twin of the missing plane, which has been in Israel since November 2013. What are the Israelis doing with this plane in a hanger in Tel Aviv? Could it be part of a false-flag terror plot in the making? Where is this plane today?

Source: www.planespotters.net/Production_List/Boeing/777/28416,N105GT-GA-Telesis-php
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Update – According to reports from plane-spotters, Israel has an identical Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200 in storage in Tel Aviv since November 2013. The only visible difference between the missing plane and the one in Tel Aviv would be its serial number. What do the Israelis have planned with the twin Malaysia Airlines plane?

By using the twin aircraft they have in storage,

“I BELIEVE IRAN WAS INVOLVED”

“What happened to this aircraft, nobody knows. My guess is based upon the stolen passports, and I believe Iran was involved. They hijacked the aircraft and they landed it in a place that nobody can see or find it.”
- Issac Yeffet, former El Al security expert to Times of Israel, March 17, 2014


World seems transfixed by 777 disappearance. Maybe no crash but stolen, effectively hidden, perhaps in Northern Pakistan, like Bin Laden.
- Rupert Murdoch on Twitter, March 15, 2014


MURDOCH’S COMMENTS ON MISSING PLANE

Obama should call Chinese President following today’s incident and say “we both have the problem of Muslim terrorism. Can we work together?”
3:50 AM – 2 Mar 2014


777 crash confirms jihadists turning to make trouble for China. Chance for US to make common cause, befriend China while Russia bullies.
4:15 PM – 9 Mar 2014


World seems transfixed by 777 disappearance. Maybe no crash but stolen, effectively hidden, perhaps in Northern Pakistan, like Bin Laden.
2:23 AM – 15 Mar 2014


777. Still think this a reminder that US and China should be working more closely on Muslim extremist threat.
2:26 AM – 15 Mar 2014
 
B00Mer
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No wreckage, no bodies.. no proof it went down in the ocean..

Everyone wants a quick end to this.. make it go away..

Still could be in Afghanistan..

 
petros
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Beware the Ides of Mars the god of war..
 
darkbeaver
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The embassies and other quick check outs may signal some holly-wood action.
 
lone wolf
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Dunno.... a hundred or so potential debris confined to a 400 sq mile ares of the Indian Ocean sounds like a more probable site than an Israeli of Afghani airport
 
B00Mer
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Malaysian Air Flight #MH370 Could Have Flown to Taliban-Controlled Region in Pakistan

The Taliban in possession of MH730, what could possibly go wrong? Wait, aren't those the guys along with Al-Qaeda that planned and carried out the 9-11-01 attacks?

The Taliban must be "okay" now. Obama, Hillary and Kerry have been arming, funding and negotiating with them for the past 5 years. Phew, we were kinda worried there for a second!



Gateway Pundit

Pakistan has 75 bases with permanent-surface runways:

1 with runways over 3,659 m

30 with runways 2,440-3,659 m

43 with runways 1,220-2,439 m

Malaysian authorities are investigating a theory that missing flight MH370 could have slipped under radars and landed in the Taliban-controlled area of Pakistan.

Russia Today reported:

Malaysia is reportedly investigating a theory that flight MH370 could have slipped under Pakistani radars and landed a Taliban base close to the Afghan border. The pilots’ possible role in the plane’s disappearance is also being examined.

Citing sources, UK newspaper The Independent reported that Malaysian investigators had requested permission from the Pakistani government to follow up a theory that the missing passenger jet had landed close to the border with Afghanistan. The Boeing 777, carrying 239 people, disappeared from radars last week on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Since then, authorities have been unable to ascertain the whereabouts of the plane, and have not found any wreckage from a crash.

The Pakistani government says it has no record of the craft entering its airspace, but has told the Malaysian investigators it is ready to share all available information. In addition, The Kazakh Civil Aviation Committee has said that although the Malaysian Airlines plane could have reached Kazakhstan, their radars would have picked it up.

“No information about the Malaysian plane is available at our radar as it has not entered our airspace,” Foreign Ministry spokesperson Tasnim Aslam told reporters when asked to comment on the Malaysian government’s request. “Our radar system has no information about the Malaysian aircraft as it has never contacted our control tower.”

Pakistan is now one of 25 countries participating in the search for the missing plane.

Missing Malaysian Flight #MH370 Was Last Seen Heading Towards Pakistan



The last known position of MH370 was pinpointed as it headed east over Peninsular Malaysia. Radar pings then suggest the plane could have then taken two paths along ‘corridors’ which are currently being searched, which are a fixed distance from the radar station in the Indian Ocean (left) (Daily Mail)
 
darkbeaver
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It would take a hundred years to check out the floating trash in the ocean.
 
lone wolf
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It only works if there's no operating radar in India or interception of an unidentified over China

Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

It would take a hundred years to check out the floating trash in the ocean.

Twenty miles by twenty miles isn't that big ... and about right for a high-altitude blowout
 
darkbeaver
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Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

It only works if there's no operating radar in India or interception of an unidentified over China


Twenty miles by twenty miles isn't that big ... and about right for a high-altitude blowout


Sure but it's one of thousands. The stinking speculation in the pro NWO press screams set up.
 
lone wolf
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Yeah ... and Mars could fall too.

I'm thinking more like a Malaysian cover-up of shipping prohibited cargo on a passenger aircraft - lithium batteries
Last edited by lone wolf; Mar 26th, 2014 at 01:19 PM..
 
petros
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Vely vely suceesfo weapon test.
 

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