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    Malaysia airlines plane may have crashed 239 people on board #24

    http://www.phuketgazette.net/phuket-news/I-thought-saw-MH370-fire-says-Phuket/29654#ad-image-2 “I was on a night watch. My husband was asleep below deck and our one other crew member was asleep on deck,” she told the Phuket Gazette. If it was an odd sight in the sky, it makes me...
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    Malaysia airlines plane may have crashed 239 people on board #24

    PHUKET GAZZETTE:- ‘I thought I saw MH370 on fire,’ says Phuket yachtie PHUKET: A British sailor crossing the Indian Ocean en route to Phuket in March has stepped forward to file a report that she may have seen the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. Katherine Tee, 41, was sailing...
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    Malaysia Airlines 370 *MEDIA LINKS ONLY*

    PHUKET GAZZETTE:- ‘I thought I saw MH370 on fire,’ says Phuket yachtie PHUKET: A British sailor crossing the Indian Ocean en route to Phuket in March has stepped forward to file a report that she may have seen the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. Katherine Tee, 41, was sailing...
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    Malaysia airlines plane may have crashed 239 people on board #24

    The Sydney Morning Herald:- Malaysia Airlines flight MH370: Where were the fighters, asks Emirates chief Emirates president Tim Clark says missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 would have in most countries been intercepted by fighters if it flew off course, and says the industry should not...
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    Malaysia Airlines 370 *MEDIA LINKS ONLY*

    The Sydney Morning Herald:- Malaysia Airlines flight MH370: Where were the fighters, asks Emirates chief Emirates president Tim Clark says missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 would have in most countries been intercepted by fighters if it flew off course, and says the industry should not...
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    Malaysia airlines plane may have crashed 239 people on board #24

    MALAY MAIL ONLINE:- New ‘twist’ in MH370 search points to ‘giant cover-up’, say family members KUALA LUMPUR, May 29 — Today’s admission by Australian officials that the southern Indian Ocean area where pings were detected is not the crash site of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight...
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    Malaysia Airlines 370 *MEDIA LINKS ONLY*

    MALAY MAIL ONLINE:- New ‘twist’ in MH370 search points to ‘giant cover-up’, say family members KUALA LUMPUR, May 29 — Today’s admission by Australian officials that the southern Indian Ocean area where pings were detected is not the crash site of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight...
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    Malaysia airlines plane may have crashed 239 people on board #24

    All my own opinion here... I'm just reflecting generally on suggestions which have been acknowledged in mainstream media from relatives of passengers and others of some kind of high level cover-up. With that in mind, on a micro level, when you read the accounts of individuals under police...
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    Malaysia airlines plane may have crashed 239 people on board #6

    Hi, this link seems to works for me. http://www.avweb.com/news/aeromed/181893-1.html?redirected=1 If still no luck try cutting and pasting the article title in google: When Humans Fly High: What Pilots Should Know About High-Altitude Physiology, Hypoxia, and Rapid Decompression
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    Malaysia airlines plane may have crashed 239 people on board #6

    The most likely possibility is that after travelling north-west, the airliner did a sharp turn to the south, into the Indian Ocean where officials think, based on the available data, it flew until it ran out of fuel and crashed into the sea, added the source...
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    Australia Australia - Siriyakorn 'Bung' Siriboon, 13, Boronia, Vic, 2 June 2011

    I agree with the above posters that this guy could very well have had this "accident" story ready for when/if the detectives came knocking, having committed some other horrid crime whether alone or in company. It sounds to me like police initiated contact rather than this guy coming forward, so...
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    Found Deceased Australia - Gary Tweddle, 23, Blue Mountains NSW, 16 July 2013 - #3

    I'm not too convinced about a valuable quantity of drugs being 'dropped' in a private letterbox. What if the home owner just happened to return home first? Too risky in my opinion, (unless the house was owned by someone known to the supplier or buyer). In the case of a random letterbox, even if...
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    Found Deceased Australia - Gary Tweddle, 23, Blue Mountains NSW, 16 July 2013 - #3

    Like other posters, I think there may be a bit more to Gary's dad's statement about loving him "unconditionally". I don't think a one-off, small quantity drug deal would quite warrant that level of expressiveness (if the drug angle was in fact what was being referenced there). Bringing shame...
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    Found Deceased Australia - Gary Tweddle, 23, Blue Mountains NSW, 16 July 2013 - #3

    Just when you think nothing more will come out until the inquest... Interesting points SouthAussie. I personally think the first thing a person in the know would say to downplay any further involvement (if the police came a knocking, waving phone records) is "yes, we were going to meet...
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    Found Deceased Australia - Gary Tweddle, 23, Blue Mountains NSW, 16 July 2013 - #3

    Just a few thoughts on the tattered shirt:- If something less than innocent has taken place here and another person or persons were involved in moving Gary down that slope, I'm thinking getting a clutch hold on an item of upper body clothing like a shirt would be the most practical way for...
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