Malaysia Flight Debris Could Be Three Miles Deep:
Based on new satellite images, the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has zeroed in on an extremely deep area of the Indian Ocean.
The news was accepted as fact by officials with Malaysia Airlines during a press conference Tuesday. “We all feel enormous sorrow and pain,” Malaysia Airlines Chief Executive Ahmad Jauhari Yahya told reporters.
“Sorrow that all those who boarded Flight MH370 on Saturday 8th March, will not see their families again. And that those families will now have to live on without those they love,” said Yahya.
The airline which is owned by the Malaysian government has offered to pay the next of kin $5,000 for each passenger aboard the flight.
The conclusion now is that the flight crashed in the Indian Ocean, but exactly where is unknown. “We’re not searching for a needle in a haystack,” Mark Binskin, vice chief of the Australian Defence Force, said Binskin. “We’re still trying to find where the haystack is.”
In Beijing, many family members of the passengers attempted to storm the Malaysian Embassy to express their anger and frustration. Many believe they are not being told the truth by the Malaysian government.
Remarkably not a single shred of evidence has been found in the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Monday, March 24, 2014
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