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Flight MH370 - Is Sealed Evidence Being Concealed From The Public?

The most recent news relating to the missing Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH370 is that it now lies at the bottom of the south Indian Ocean, off the coast of Perth, Australia.

Satellite pictures appear to show objects floating in the sea in the region where plane is thought to have come down.

The pictures, which were captured by a French-based satellite division of Europe's Airbus Group, appear to show 122 objects floating over an area of approximately 400 square kilometers (248 square miles), and ranging in size from one to 23 meters in length. As the wing from a 777 plane is 27.4 meters, the discovery of the debris has provided investigators with some hope of finding evidence relating to the plane's disappearance.

Malaysia's Transport Minister, Hishammuddin Hussein, described the objects as "bright, possibly indicating solid material" and said that the images were "clearly the most credible lead we have had so far."
Relatives of the missing passengers remain unconvinced by the pictures, however, as no concrete evidence relating to the plane has yet been recovered and they feel that the news is still largely speculative.

"We demand you retract announcement that MH370 ended in south Indian Ocean and continue search-and-rescue operations,'' one relative said at a recent briefing held at the Metropark Lido Hotel in Beijing.

Other family representatives challenged Malaysian envoy Iskandar Sarudin, asking: "You expect us to accept a report you cannot defend?"

"No comment,'' was Mr Iskandar's reply.

Consequently, emotions are still running high and the authorities and Malaysian Airlines are being criticized strongly by the angry family members, who claim that they have been treated without care and consideration, and worse still, that important facts relating to the disappearance are being withheld.

The situation has been further inflamed by news from an MAS team who have informed the relatives of missing Chinese passengers that sealed evidence exists which cannot be disclosed to the public.
This evidence apparently consists of air traffic control radio transcript, radar data and airport security recordings.

Requests for British experts to join the briefing team had been declined and, when assaulted by a stream of queries from the families of the passengers, the Malaysian team were unable to provide definitive answers, replying:

"We can answer but we might not be correct as we're not the investigators."

Having again received unsatisfactory explanations, relatives were left feeling even more frustrated, causing one to comment:

"You have once again left us speechless!"

The briefing seemed to leave relatives with more questions than answers, though a five-member high-level team from Malaysia intends to brief them once every five days. The team includes MAS pilot Lim Jit Koon and senior civil aviation official Ahmad Nizar Zolfakar.
The MAS office at the hotel was closed on Tuesday, as MAS officials were advised by the Chinese government that, given the volatile mood amongst the relatives, they should make themselves scarce.

The plane's disappearance still seems shrouded in mystery and subterfuge, and the world may never find out what happened to flight MH370. Despite news of the satellite images, the search area is huge and even if the plane did indeed sink into the ocean, viable evidence could prove difficult to recover.

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott commented: "We're throwing everything we have at this search. We owe it to the families, we owe it to an anxious world to do everything we can to solve the riddle of this extraordinarily ill-fated flight."

I don't pretend to know anything at all here, other than what I see on CNN. But I can understand how no one believes the Malaysian authorities. It certainly seems premature to declare that the plance crashed into the Indian Ocean(even if that is the most likely scenario). I'd have tried to let the survivors know that it is 'probable' that the jet crashed(the families have to be thinking that in their heads already anyway), but that they don't want to mislead them and suggest a theory that they cannot (yet)defend. Just today I heard CNN discussing the fact that there are reports that the pilot is a suspect and yet the Malaysian authorities are strongly disputing that. Too many open ends, too little solid information. A Boeing 777 is essentially a tiny speck of sand in the ocean, and it is probably a thousand even smaller specks of sand after crashing. This mystery is truly heartbreaking, and I am saddened to see it drag on and on. There will come a time, several years from now, when we learn the truth. Until then, conjecture, theories, fear, and who knows what else will be the norm... Pray for the families. We KNOW that they are suffering. Continue with the investigation, keep all theories as possibilities and carefully eliminate the false ones by the scientific method.

Linda Moulton Howe surely is familiar with the scientific method (faint praise: she is sometimes more truly scientific than this or that "expert" she interviews). When, in her special conversation with Whitley, she placed on the table the abduction hypothesis, she was as much a rational voice in this story as anyone else. Whitley had his own good reasons for not going down that path (he raised the issue of terrorism), but I was impressed, once again, with Linda's forthrightness and intellectual courage. I cannot say that the Visitors were involved, but knowing that "sealed evidence" is being kept from public knowledge, and even from the family members of the disappeared passengers (who have a right to know), I have to place "alien abduction" among the simplest explanations of what happened. Even if some airplane debris are found, I doubt that any human remains will be. What will they tell those who mourn the vanished travelers? What will they tell the world?

Just look up Ole Dammegard on Red Ice Creations or elsewhere. I think people generally will get a good idea of what is going on here... in regards to assassinations, false flag scenarios etc... Of course only speculating but considering what has gone on in the past... Until a large majority of people "wake up," look forward to the same.

I agree with the above comment there have been too many lies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

That plane is a Smart Plane, loaded with ultra-advanced technology, to the curious a goldmine of information, of no use to them on the bottom of the sea! And don't forget the 20 high-tech passengers! It knows exactly where it is! We just don't know which hanger, or to put it another way, "They" don't want us to know and are flooding MSM with bogus "discoveries/theories!"

I read on the BBC website that the area that is being searched is right on the "South Indian Gyre", a spot in the ocean where different currents converge, and a lot of the garbage floating in the ocean gathers. My own opinion is that so far, everything that has been put forth as possible wreckage might just be trash floating through this area, so am extremely dubious regarding the "wrecked in the ocean" hypothesis. I think the searchers are as much in the dark as the rest of the world.

What ever happened or intended to happen on that flight has gone terribly wrong, for all parties concerned. Unless of course it remotely landed on a prepared icy runway with the tragic loss of all on board. Beginning something out of a bad james bond film. I say this only because these days its a possibility. Which makes the loss of life a murder, and a tragedy. But the sea has and always will be a treacherous place. Something tells me the ocean keeps its secrets.

My heart goes out to those that must wait.

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