SCROLL DOWN FOR NEWS LINKS: Sorry for not updating on the missing Boeing 777 Plane the past 2 days. I apologize for the inconvenience. Well it looks like the M16 and CIA involvement has been confirmed. The second story automatically conflicts first one, since US lawmakers believe there is no evidence of a hijacking. Funny 14 days ago the CIA Director never ruled out terrorism. Maybe someone ought to tell one news site not to release info of US involvement in the search. A ping Detector is being sent to the Indian Ocean to see if they can find a signal as time becomes crucial for the missing plane. Please pray for the missing passenger and their family members as this never ending saga persist with misinformation. Thank You for visiting These Christian Times and God Bless You.
REMEMBER THIS… CIA DIRECTOR DID NOT RULE OUT TERRORISM 14 DAYS AGO. COULD BE RELATED TO SYDNEY MORNING HERALD STORY
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: British secret services are investigating the disappearance of flight MH370, Malaysia’s transport minister said on Saturday.
The disclosure that MI6 as well as the CIA are helping the Malaysian authorities will add to speculation the aircraft was hijacked by terrorists.
Hope was growing among the search teams on Saturday night that a part of the wreckage might finally have been found, three weeks after the plane vanished READ MORE: http://www.smh.com.au/world/malaysia-airlines-mh370-terrorist-theories-grow-as-mi6-and-cia-involvement-confirmed-20140330-zqop8.html#ixzz2xVpbONna
THE STORY SO FAR
THE STAR ONLINE: Senior United States lawmakers said investigators had found no evidence thus far pointing to terrorism in the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 three weeks ago, and that it was critical to find the plane to understand what happened on board.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers (pic) and Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein, speaking on Sunday talk shows, said they had seen no evidence of foul play READ MORE: http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/03/31/MH370-crash-US-lawmakers-no-evidence-of-terrorism/
WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF MH370 IS FOUND
PING DETECTOR SENT TO INDIAN OCEAN TO SEARCH FOR PLANE
CBS.COM: A U.S. Navy device designed to detect a plane’s black box underwater was ready to be taken Monday to the remote scene where search teams are racing to find the flight data recorders from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority, which is coordinating search efforts in the vast Indian Ocean, said the Australian warship Ocean Sield was to depart from Perth on Monday morning with a black box detector and an autonomous underwater device that searches for debris underwater READ MORE: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/malaysia-airlines-flight-370-us-navy-ping-detector-is-headed-to-search-site/
DAILY MAIL ONLINE: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has confirmed that all hope is lost for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 by declaring all ‘evidence’ points to the plane going down in the southern Indian Ocean.
Speaking to reporters from the RAAF base in Pearce, north of Perth, Mr Abbott this morning defended the Malaysian prime minister’s announcement via text message last week that the 239 passengers on board were dead.
‘The accumulation of evidence is that the aircraft has been lost and it has been lost somewhere in the south of the Indian Ocean,’ Mr Abbott said READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2593083/Australian-prime-minister-confirms-hope-lost-missing-Malaysian-Airlines-flight-MH370-says-owe-families-searching.html#ixzz2xVmYc218
CNN: Could four orange objects search teams spotted over the weekend be the key to solving the mystery of where Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went?
Officials say it’s a promising lead, but they’re not sure yet. The find was one of several developments over the weekend after more than three weeks of searching for the missing Boeing 777.
Here’s a cheat sheet to help you get up to speed on the latest twists in an investigation that has transfixed the world and baffled authorities:
What’s the latest on what searchers have spotted READ MORE: http://www.cnn.com/2014/03/31/world/asia/malaysia-airlines-plane-up-to-speed/index.html?hpt=hp_t1