Malaysian Airlines MH370: The Maldives Yet Again Comes Into Focus As Families Of The Lost Passengers Ask About Diego Garcia!
by Anura Guruge
Just SOME of the Related post:
>> Debris found in the Maldives
>> — Apr. 4, 2014.
>> White jumbo over Maldives
>> — Mar. 18, 2014.
>> Maldives & Sri Lanka —
>> Mar. 15, 2014.
>> 4 hours in air, Sri Lanka, Cell
>> phones …— Mar. 13, 2014.
>> Malaysia flight 370:
>> My Thoughts
>> — Mar. 10, 2014.
++++ Search on ‘MH370‘ for the other, near daily, related posts >>>>
That I was the first to have mentioned the
Maldives as a possible site
is now well known and documented (e.g., on Reddit).
This was my 1st hunch on March 15, 20 days ago!
Shameful hoaxes notwithstanding, this area,
right now, is as plausible as the supposed search area.
Why are we not hearing about any
NEW satellite images of debris?
The last such reports, the U.S. conspicuous by its absence,
was nearly a week ago.
So no debris?
Why aren’t they, other than their noted cussedness and stupidity,
not releasing the audio recording of the cockpit transmission.
Last Friday I heard a CNN bimbo say that we will only be
able to hear the pilots talking to Air Traffic Control
when we recover the Cockpit Voice Recorder!
Yes, a lot of stupidity coming from CNN.
I thought the sorry incident at Fort Hood would
give them an easy face-saving out.
Alas, not so.