Discussion in 'Malaysia Airline Disasters' started by gregjrichards, Mar 7, 2014.
Check it for bombs.
They just mixed it all in one article didnt they?
poison in the food,bombs in the mangosteens and the narrowed criminal probe. I think the scope of narrow has escaped them.
"Malaysia's top police official has said that authorities may never learn what caused the mysterious disappearance of Flight MH370, while the criminal probe has been narrowed to crew."
Shouldn't that say 'narrowed to crew OR mangosteens?" Why do their words and actions never match? If they're certain a crew member is responsible, why are they still looking for other causes?
I think you need some Durian to go with that!
FBI has ended the probe of the pilot's simulator and has found nothing. Just on the news.
So, what happened? If this is a criminal, per Malaysia, who are the criminals?
Question: Since 911, here in the US we now have FDO's (armed pilots on many flights) They go through a sign in process with our airport LEO's and then are escorted to their planes. Do other countries allow/do this?
I dont think its always that the Malaysian authorities words dont match, I think a lot of the time its that the media is so eager to be the first one to report when someone farts, that they make their own assumptions and mix their stories with old information, fabricated information, inferred information, farted information and flat out discredited information.
I hope CNN doesnt pick up on this new fart information.
“They (FBI analysts) have finished with the simulator. There is nothing suspicious whatsoever about what they found,” a senior U.S. official told ABC News.
“There’s nothing at all (criminal) about the pilot. Right now there is zero evidence of a criminal act by the flight crew,” the official said.
Never heard of those either. According to google, not only are they ugly but they smell so bad that they're actually banned in some places. Makes me think of my ex-husband for some reason. :floorlaugh:
Again, the ex comes to mind.
My head just exploded.
yep- The crew fed those bomb ladened mangosteens to the passengers and gave them food poisoning. The mistress suggested it............:scared::floorlaugh::facepalm:
"In an interview with Australia's ABC network, Air Chief Marshal Houston said that a lack of reliable flight telemetry and punishing conditions at sea were making the operation even more challenging.
"We don't have a precise aircraft location for six hours before the aircraft went into the water somewhere," he said.
"The reality is it's the most complex and challenging search and rescue operation, or search and recovery operation now, that I've ever seen."
Good Lord....they are winding their butt and scratching their watch......soooooooooo confused.
Just tuned in! :seeya:
IMO, no cause for the disappearance will ever be confirmed and it's not likely that any evidence of the wreckage will be found, unless it washes up on shore at some later date. What I've been wondering the last few days is how/when will the search end? Who makes the decision to stop looking? Obviously this can't go on forever, when is enough enough? Thoughts?
Darn! CNN is on to other "breaking news"... need a good stream link. Sky news?
They should! Clearly aircraft can just disappear. Never thought this would happen in my lifetime.
WARNING ALERT UPDATE - Australian press conference now in 30 minutes time according to Australia News Network twitter account
AustraliaNetworkNews ‏@an_news 11m
#MH370 update: @TonyAbbottMHR and @NajibRazak to give joint press statement on missing plane search in #perth at 1115WST 1415AEST 0315UTC