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PostSubject: British company reveals to find the wreckage Malaysian lost   Sat Apr 19, 2014 12:19 pm

British company reveals to find the wreckage Malaysian lost




04/18/2014


Palm – likely David Mearns, Director of the company “Bluewater Recoveries” the British, the leader in the search for debris, found the wreckage of the missing Malaysian, pointing to the existence of technical evidence to substantiate his claims.

Said Mearns, in a statement, a media think he found the wreckage, but the government did not announce it yet and if someone asked me do you have evidence sufficient technical prove what you go it will be my answer inevitably Yes, attributing his certainty of his claims for clear signals issued by the black box of the plane.

This comes at a time search operations are still ongoing in the Indian Ocean with the participation of 11 military aircraft and 3 as well as 11 civilian ship and submarine uninhabited.
The passenger plane of Malaysia, which was carrying 227 passengers – many of them Chinese – along with a crew of 12 people; disappeared from radar screens in the eighth of last month while flying over the South China Sea, and that shortly after takeoff from Kuala Lumpur towards Beijing.

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PostSubject: Re: British company reveals to find the wreckage Malaysian lost   Sat Apr 19, 2014 2:00 pm

I don't believe any wreckage will be found because I don't believe it crashed. I feel it was flown by the pilot and the Talaban to Afghanistan. 

I think it will be some time before that is revealed and I believe that intelligence (and I use that term loosely) is trying to figure out who was involved and are digging into it. The (the intelligence) know what happened. There is just too many loose ends with those passports and the pilot's flight simulator.

The fact that those 20 Asians worked for that company with that technology chip is the key to all of this.  I also think the the intelligence is stupid enough to make up this story about the black box.

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PostSubject: Re: British company reveals to find the wreckage Malaysian lost   Sat Apr 19, 2014 2:45 pm

I agree with you GG.    I don't think it crashed either and it is sitting in another country. Whether or not they have kept all the passengers alive is another thought though.

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