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Updates: Conspiracy theories, Comprehensive Investigative Look at the Flight MH370 Mystery

Readers This is Alot of Info Take Your Time and Read it Then form an Your Opininion.  Most Likely Truth Lies Some where Inbetween a Conspiracy and an Accident! You Decide! Freelance journalist: ‘Hijacked flight 370 passenger sent photo from hidden iPhone tracing back to secret U.S. military base Diego Garcia’Are passenger Phillip Wood and others

Hunt for Flight 370: How to prevent future airplane disappearances

 PERTH, Australia  — After a month of failed hunting and finding debris that turned out to be ordinary flotsam, an Australian ship detected faint pings deep in the Indian Ocean in what an official called the “most promising lead” yet in the search for Flight 370. Officials coordinating the multinational search for the missing Malaysia

Flight 370 Families Pained by False Leads Cling to Hope

 At midnight March 8, Daniel Liau made one last call to his friend Hou Bo, who was about to board a plane to Beijing with 18 Chinese artists who had been visiting Malaysia for an exhibition. Liau, who had hosted the visit, had gotten his guests to Kuala Lumpur International Airport five hours before the

Malaysian Airlines: The Story of Flight 370 Changes Again

On Monday morning, a few fixed points we thought we had in the mystery of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 were rubbed out or, at least, smudged. On Sunday, Malaysian authorities said that the plane’s Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) was turned off at 1:07 A.M. on March 8th, twenty-six minutes after it took

Malaysian airplane investigators look at suicide as possible motive

 The co-pilot of a missing Malaysian jetliner spoke the last words heard from the cockpit, the airline’s chief executive said on Monday, as investigators consider suicide by the captain or first officer as one possible explanation for the disappearance. No trace of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has been found since it vanished on March 8