Tuesday, March 25, 2014
DAY 18 MH370 - THE TELEGRAPH SAYS IT WAS A SEX FOR MURDER- ALLAH- 72 VIRGIN SUICIDE KILL APPARENTLY
OTHER MALAYSIA MISSING PLANE STORIES
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 12:00AM TUE MAR 25,2014
WELL CNN WILL LOSE ALL THEIR RATINGS NOW THAT THIS PLANE MYSTERY IS SO CALLED SOLVED.AND THE PROPAGANDA CNN MACHINE IS IN FULL GEAR AGAIN AS CIA COOPER AND COMPANY ARE PROMTING THE LITHIUM BATTERY THEORY AND ACCIDENT THEORY.YOU STILL NEVER HEAR MUSLIM OR KIDNAPING IN A SENTENCE.IN A SENTENCE WOULD BE OK.BUT FOR THE 3 WEEKS CNN HAS SPEWED ITS CAMEL DUNG OF PROPAGANDA NOT ONCE DID THEY EVEN MENTION KIDNAPPING.A FEW TIMES TERRORISM.AND MAYBE ONCE MUSLIM.BUT YOU NEVER HEARD AN OUT RIGHT MUSLIM KIDNAPPING-HIJACKING OF THE PLANE. AND NEVER THE 20 FREESCALE WORKERS WERE KIDNAPPING FOR THEIR NUCLEAR SECRETS.
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 12:03AM TUE MAR 25,2014
AT 11:50PM 300 FAMILY MEMBERS FROM THE MISSING PLANE ARE ON THEIR WAY TO THE MALAYSIAN EMBASSY TO COMPLAIN AND THEY WANT THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS BACK.THEY WANT PRROF THAT THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS ARE DEAD.THE PROTEST IS ON.THESE FAMILY MEMBERS ARE DOIN GREAT BY DOING THIS.SEE IF THEY CAN GET THE CASE REOPENED.UNTIL PROOF OF THE DEATH OF THE FAMILY MEMBERS.
TODAY WE WILL BE GETTING ANOTHER BRIEFING FROM MALAYSIA AND AUSTRALIA.
Malaysia Airlines MH370: live THE TELEGRAPH
Anger and disbelief among relatives after Malaysian prime minister says evidence shows plane went down in Indian Ocean and that all lives were lost.
Latest-MAR 24,14 - IT WAS ANNOUNCED ALL DIED IN THE INDIAN OCEAN
21.08 Our correspondent Jonathan Pearlman reports from Kuala Lumpur quoting well-placed sources that no malfunction or fire was capable of causing MH370’s unusual flight and it in fact went down over the southern Indian Ocean in an apparent suicide mission.
Telegraph PIC- TELEGRAPH Are saying this was a SEX FOR MURDER (ALLAH) 72 VIRGIN MURDER KILL BY SUICIDE OF THE MH370-777-200ER.
Quote The team investigating the Boeing 777’s disappearance believe no malfunction or fire was capable of causing the aircraft’s unusual flight or the disabling of its communications system before it veered wildly off course on a seven hour silent flight into the sea. An analysis of the flight’s routing, signalling and communications shows that it was flown “in a rational way”.
An official source told The Telegraph that investigators believe “this has been a deliberate act by someone on board who had to have had the detailed knowledge to do what was done ... Nothing is emerging that points to motive.”
Asked about the possibility of a plane malfunction or an on-board fire, the source said: “It just does not hinge together..... [The investigators] have gone through processes you do to get the plane where it flew to for eight hours. They point to it being flown in a rational way.”
20.37 Blog post by the New Yorker entitled 'The End of the Beginning of the MH370 Mystery' on the false closure experienced by the relatives of the dead.
Quote We will no doubt hear that, for those whose loved ones vanished without explanation sixteen days ago, this moment represents some intimation of that elusive quantity known as closure, however painful its arrival. But that conclusion seems doubly false: too much about how and why their relatives died remains to be determined, and even that knowledge, when it eventually surfaces, will still feel insufficient to the scale of their losses. But, whatever closure consists of, it describes a process rather than a point; today, at least, that process can begin.
20.22 A video by the Guardian shows how Australian prime minister Tony Abbott has confirmed that a navy ship is on its way to recover the two new objects detected by a search plane.
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 7:50AM TUE MAR 25,2014
Chinese families clash with police, slam Malaysia over lost plane
By Megha Rajagopalan and Al-Zaquan Amer Hamzah -MAR 25,14--Yahoonews
BEIJING/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Dozens of angry relatives of passengers on a lost Malaysian jetliner clashed with police in Beijing on Tuesday, accusing the Southeast Asian country of "delays and deception" a day after it confirmed the plane crashed in remote seas off Australia.About 20 to 30 protesters threw water bottles at the Malaysian embassy and tried to storm the building, demanding to meet the ambassador, witnesses said. Earlier, the relatives, many with tear-stained faces, had linked arms and chanted "Malaysian government has cheated us" and "Malaysia, return our relatives" as they marched peacefully and held banners.The relatives' grief and anger was unleashed on Monday night after Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announced that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which vanished more than two weeks ago while flying to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur, had crashed in the southern Indian Ocean.Citing satellite-data analysis by British firm Inmarsat, he said there was now no doubt that the Boeing jet came down in the ocean in one of the most remote places on Earth - an implicit admission that all 239 people on board had died.Bad weather in the region far off Australia's western coast on Tuesday forced the suspension of the search for any wreckage, just as a series of satellite images and other sightings of floating objects had raised hopes that debris from the plane would be found.Malaysia's confused initial response to the Boeing 777's disappearance and a perception of poor communications has enraged many relatives of the more than 150 Chinese passengers and strained ties between Beijing and Kuala Lumpur.After Najib's announcement, Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister Xie Hangsheng demanded Malaysia hand over all relevant satellite analysis showing how Malaysia had reached its conclusion about the fate of the jet.
A group reportedly representing families issued a statement describing the Malaysian airline, government and military as "executioners" who constantly tried to delay and deceive them."We will take every possible means to pursue the unforgivable crimes and responsibility of all three," said the statement on the microblog of the Malaysia Airlines MH370 Family Committee.The relatives protesting in Beijing held signs that said: "MH370, Don't let us wait too long!" and "1.3 billion people are waiting to greet the plane". They wore matching t-shirts that said: "Best of luck to MH370, return home safely.""We've waited for 18 days and still, you make us wait. How long are we supposed to hang on?" a woman surnamed Zhang told Reuters.The protest ended after a few hours, when police told protesters to get on buses and escorted them away.Criticism of the Malaysian national carrier mounted after some relatives of those on board first received the news that the search for survivors was over in an SMS from the airline, which said: "We have to assume beyond all reasonable doubt that MH370 has been lost and none of those on board survived."At a news conference at Kuala Lumpur's international airport on Tuesday, company officials defended the move, saying the text message had only been sent as a "last resort" to ensure that some relatives did not hear the news first from media."This is a time of extraordinary emotions and we fully understand," said Malaysia Airlines Chairman Mohd Nur Yusof. "In fact, we really feel for the next of kin. In terms of how they react, it's emotional."Asked whether he would resign over the crisis, the airline's chief executive, Ahmad Jauhari Yahya, said that would be a "personal decision" to be made at a later time.
WRECKAGE COULD HOLD KEY
Flight MH370 vanished from civilian radar screens less than an hour after taking off on March 8. No confirmed debris from the plane has been found since.Investigators believe someone on the flight may have shut off the plane's communications systems. Partial military radar tracking showed it turning west and re-crossing the Malay Peninsula, apparently under the control of a skilled pilot.Recovery of wreckage could unlock clues about why the plane had diverted so far off course. Theories range from a hijacking to sabotage or a possible suicide by one of the pilots, but investigators have not ruled out technical problems.An international air and sea search in the area on Monday spotted several floating objects that might be parts of the plane and an Australian navy ship was close to finding possible debris, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said.But the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) said gale-force winds, heavy rain and low cloud meant planes could not fly safely to the zone on Tuesday, and waves of 6 meters (20ft) or more forced the navy ship from the area.The search site is far from commercial flight paths about 2,500 km (1,550 miles) southwest of Perth, a region of deep, frigid seas known as the Roaring 40s where storm-force winds and huge waves are commonplace.Malaysia Airlines said in a statement that it would make arrangements to fly relatives to Australia once it had approval from the investigating authorities.Australia's Immigration Minister Scott Morrison said his department was working with the airline and Beijing to facilitate visas. Relatives would be given tourist visas with the usual fees waived, he said.
COSTLY, DIFFICULT INVESTIGATION
Najib's announcement opens the way for what will be one of the most costly and difficult air crash investigations ever. Normally, an official investigation can only begin once a crash site has been identified. That would give Malaysia power to coordinate and sift evidence.A government source told Reuters that Malaysia would lead the investigation, but hoped other countries, especially Australia, would play a major role.The United States said it was sending an undersea Navy drone to Australia, in addition to a high-tech black box detector, to help in the search.The so-called black boxes - the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder - record what happens during flight. Black boxes carry locator beacons but they fade out after 30 days.Najib said Inmarsat had performed further calculations on data gleaned from faint pings picked up by satellite that initially only narrowed the search area to two massive arcs.That was not enough for some of the relatives. "There was no evidence," a protester at the Malaysian Embassy surnamed Wang told Reuters. "It was just based on analysis from the satellite data and nothing found. Why would we believe it? "(Additional reporting by Ben Blanchard, Megha Rajagopalan and Joseph Campbell in Beijing, Stuart Grudgings, Michael Martina, Siva Govindasamy and A. Ananthalakshmi in Kuala Lumpur; Phil Stewart in Washington; Jane Wardell in Sydney and Matt Siegel in Perth; Writing by Stuart Grudgings; Editing by Alex Richardson)
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 11:25PM MON MAR 24,2014
JUST IN CASE ANY THINKS I'M KIDDING WHEN I SAY CIA COOPER.
During college, Cooper spent two summers as an intern at the Central Intelligence Agency.
They are the executors!': Grieving families of Flight MH370 passengers launch scathing attack against 'despicable' Malaysian authorities-Mar 24, 2014 21:41-By Anthony Bond-MIRROR-The strongly-worded family statement comes after they were told the missing Malaysian Airlines flight must be assumed lost with everybody on board dead
The families of passengers onboard missing Flight MH370 have tonight launched a scathing attack against the Malaysian authorities.A strongly-worded statement released by the families comes after they were told the missing Malaysian Airlines flight must be assumed lost with everybody on board dead.As reported by Sky News, it reads: "During the past 18 days since March 8, when Malaysia Airlines announced that it had lost contact with MH370, Malaysia Airlines, the government of Malaysia, and the military forces of Malaysia have concealed, delayed and hidden the truth from the relatives and the people of the world."This despicable act aimed to fool the relatives of the 154 Chinese passengers has devastated us physically and mentally, while misleading and delaying the rescue operation, wasting a lot of manpower, material resources and leading to the loss of precious rescue time."If the 154 of our loved ones have lost their lives, then Malaysia Airlines, the government of Malaysia and the military are really the executors."
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At an emergency press conference today, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said that it is "with deep sadness and regret" that new data shows the flight "ended in the southern Indian Ocean".He also said everybody on board is presumed dead.Families were left heartbroken after having their worst fears confirmed by a text message from Malaysia Airlines saying 'nobody survived'.Relatives of the 239 passengers and crew could be heard screaming and shouting after being told the plane went down in the Indian Ocean.Paramedics were sent in to try and comfort the devastated families, who are being offered flights to Australia, where searches will continue.Malaysia Airlines sent this text message to relatives: "Malaysia Airlines deeply regrets that we have to assume beyond any reasonable doubt that MH370 has been lost and that none of those on board survived."As you will hear in the next hour from Malaysia's Prime Minister, we must now accept all evidence suggests the plane went down in the Southern Indian Ocean." Malaysia Airlines later added in a statement: "Malaysia Airlines did not ONLY send an SMS."The message was conveyed to all families face to face by our top management at the hotels."SMS and phone calls were made to those who are not in the hotels via our family support centre."We wanted to ensure that families are informed via all channels."The new information came after further tests of data by British-based satellite company Inmarsat, which concluded that MH370 crashed into the sea, thousands of miles off course.It wasn't close to any possible landing sites, said the PM, and was in the southern Indian Ocean to the west of Perth.Investigators are still searching for any debris from wreckage and, crucially, the black box.
Razak said families had been informed of the latest developments by Malaysia Airlines.He said: "The last two weeks have been heartbreaking. This news must be harder still."There will be a further press conference tomorrow with more details, he added, from the press conference held in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia says jet crashed in sea; bad weather halts search
By Lincoln Feast and Niluksi Koswanage -MAR 24,14-Yahoonews
SYDNEY/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Bad weather and rough seas on Tuesday forced the suspension of the search for any wreckage of a missing Malaysian jetliner that officials are now sure crashed in the remote Indian Ocean with the loss of all 239 people on board.Citing groundbreaking satellite-data analysis by British firm Inmarsat, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Monday that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which vanished more than a fortnight ago while flying to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur, had crashed thousands of miles away in the southern Indian Ocean.Recovery of wreckage could unlock clues about why the plane had diverted so far off course. Investigators suspect a possible suicide, but have not found any sign of a motive.A massive international air and sea search in the area on Monday spotted several floating objects that might be parts of the plane and an Australian navy ship was close to finding possible debris, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott.But the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) said gale-force winds, heavy rain and low cloud meant planes could not fly safely to the zone on Tuesday, and heavy seas meant an Australian navy ship was leaving the area." AMSA has consulted with the Bureau of Meteorology and weather conditions are expected to improve in the search area in the evening and over the next few days. Search operations are expected to resume tomorrow, if weather conditions permit," AMSA said in a statement.The search site is about 2,500 km (1,550 miles) southwest of Perth, in one of the most remote parts of the world."This is a remote location, far from any possible landing sites," Malaysia's Najib said. "It is therefore, with deep sadness and regret, that I must inform you that, according to this new data, Flight MH370 ended in the southern Indian Ocean."
COSTLY DIFFICULT INVESTIGATION
Najib's announcement opens the way for what will be one of the most costly and difficult air crash investigations ever. Normally, an official investigation can only begin once a crash site has been identified.That would give Malaysia power to coordinate and sift evidence. Malaysia has faced heavy criticism over the progress of the search and its informal investigation, especially from China which had more than 150 citizens on board the plane.Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister Xie Hangsheng immediately demanded Malaysia hand over all relevant satellite-data analysis showing how Malaysia had reached its conclusion about the fate of the jet.The United States said it was sending an undersea Navy drone to Australia, in addition to a high-tech black box detector, to help search the cold, deep and stormy waters.The so-called black boxes - the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder - record what happens during flight. Black boxes carry locator beacons but they fade out after 30 days.Flight MH370 vanished from civilian radar screens less than an hour after taking off on March 8. No confirmed sighting of the plane has been made since.Investigators believe someone on the flight may have shut off the plane's communications systems. Partial military radar tracking showed it turning west and re-crossing the Malay Peninsula, apparently under the control of a skilled pilot.That led them to focus on hijacking or sabotage, but investigators have not ruled out technical problems.
Some relatives of those on board first received the news that the search for survivors was over in a Malaysia Airlines SMS message which said: "We have to assume beyond all reasonable doubt that MH370 has been lost and none of those on board survived."There were hysterical scenes at the Beijing hotel where many of the relatives of those on board were staying.Najib said Inmarsat had been performing further calculations on data gleaned from faint pings picked up by satellite that initially only narrowed the search area to two massive arcs.The Inmarsat analysis had narrowed the search area "but it's still a big area that they have to search", said Stephen Wood, CEO of All Source Analysis, a satellite analytic firm.(Additional reporting by Ben Blanchard, Megha Rajagopalan and Joseph Campbell in Beijing, Stuart Grudgings, Michael Martina, Siva Govindasamy and A.Ananthalakshmi in Kuala Lumpur; Jane Wardell in Sydney and Matt Siegel in Perth; Editing by Mark Bendeich)