Malaysian Flight MH370 Ended in the Indian Ocean, All Aboard Perished

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The Malaysian PM said that new data analysis shows the flight MH370 ended in the Southern Indian Ocean. There are no survivors. Families of the victims have been notified by text messages and personal visits.

Using a new type of analysis never used before, the AAIB (UK) and the UK satellite company that discovered the original path have determined that MH370 flew along the southern corridor and it’s last position was in a remote location over the Indian Ocean, nowhere near a landing site. They concluded that its last position was in the middle of the Indian Ocean, west of Perth.

It was with deep sadness and regret that the PM Mohd Najib Tun Razak reported that according to this new data Flight MH370 ended in the Southern Indian Ocean.

The Prime Minister:

The search effort in the region is in its fifth day. More debris has been spotted.

the flight ended about 1400 miles SW of Perth

The flight ended about 1400 miles SW of Perth Australia.

The flight had been deliberately diverted. There was a strange phone call before takeoff from the pilot who was under stress. The co-pilot was heard after the sign-off by Japanese military radar but he was mumbling and his words were indiscernible.

New York congressman Peter King has theorized all along that the pilot committed suicide by plane but wanted to go down where it couldn’t be proven so his family would be able to collect the insurance.

If that is the case, the tragedy remains forever in the hearts and minds of the victims’ families:

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