MISSING Boeing 777 Updates 4-1-2014: ‘Accept They’re Dead And Prepare For Their Funerals, Insurance Paying Out Families (Video), Wasted Time In Indian Ocean Hunt For MH370, Maintenance Report of Plane Cannot Be Release, A Search Gone Awry And Other Headline Summaries.

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SCROLL DOWN FOR NEWS LINKS: China has told the family of relative of FightMH370 to accept they are dead. A strong reversal from the stance they had 3 days ago, when they lashed out at the Malaysian government. As long as the plane is not found should give the family hope that the missing passengers are still alive. What makes matters worse is time is running out for the retrieval of the plane if it crashed into the Indian Ocean. Incompetence rules the day as the search continues.  Images of floating trash being mistaken for plane debris and searching for the plane in the wrong area should tell you that they know more than they are admitting. That plane cannot be at the bottom of the Indian Ocean. It was a hijacking and the actions of the Malaysian Government points to that fact. Please pray for the missing passengers and their families. Thank you for visiting These Christian Times and God Bless You.


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DAILY MAIL ONLINE: Grieving relatives of the Chinese nationals on board flight MH370 have been told to divert their anger away from the Malaysian government and focus instead on making funeral arrangements.

In a hard-hitting editorial, a Chinese state-run newspaper urged the families to accept evidence that the Malaysian Airlines plane had crashed in the sea with no survivors.

Relatives have strongly criticised Malaysia’s handling of the search, including the decision last week to say that, based on satellite evidence, the plane had ditched in the Indian Ocean on March 8.

Nearly 30 family members flew to Kuala Lumpur yesterday to vent their anger at the government, unfurling banners saying: ‘Hand us the murderer. Tell us the truth. Give us our relatives back 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



MALAY ONLINE: Searchers wasted three days looking for MH370 wreckage in the wrong part of the Indian Ocean because of poor coordinating among countries working on locating the missing aircraft, the Wall Street Journal wrote today.

Citing opinions from those familiar with the probe, the business paper said the international team of experts involved in investigations have all been performing their roles but are working separately from one another, each in their own area of expertise.

One person, according to WSJ, said that although investigators have been dutifully sharing information with their international partners in the Malaysian-led probe, “Malaysian officials didn’t feel it was their role to ensure that foreign experts were sharing refined data among themselves” READ MORE: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/report-poor-coordination-wasted-time-in-indian-ocean-hunt-for-mh370#sthash.ZCx1jVDN.dpuf



THE STAR.COM: Families of the Chinese passengers on board the missing Flight MH370 have been told that documents submitted to facilitate the ongoing investigation cannot be released to the public yet. They were told that this was a provision of the Convention on International Civil Aviation during a briefing by the high-level Malaysian delegation here yesterday.

The families had requested for the MH370 maintenance report, in particular any information related to the Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELTs), to be handed over to them READ MORE: http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/04/01/Documents-cannot-be-released-yet-families-told/



CNN.COM: They were words heard around the world as investigators searched for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.

Weeks ago, Malaysian authorities said the last message from the airplane cockpit was, “All right, good night.”

The sign-off to air traffic controllers, which investigators said was spoken by the plane’s copilot, was among the few concrete details officials released in a mystery that’s baffled investigators and drawn global attention since the Boeing 777 disappeared with 239 people aboard mid-flight on March 8 READ MORE: http://www.cnn.com/2014/03/31/world/asia/malaysia-airlines-plane/index.html?hpt=hp_t1



ABC NEWS: Authorities today clarified the final recorded words spoken by the pilots of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, as the search for the missing plane stretches into a fourth week.

Malaysia’s transport ministry released a transcript today of voice transmission from the plane’s cockpit, with the final words, “Good night Malaysian three-seven-zero.” The government had previously said the final words were “All right, good night.”

There’s no explanation for the discrepancy, and authorities are still trying to determine whether the voice belongs to the pilot or co-pilot. Aviation experts say this signoff is routine and provides no new clues in the mystery of flight 370.

In a statement released with the communications transcript, Malaysia acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein stressed that the transcript doesn’t indicate anything abnormal, and investigators still believe the flight’s movements are “consistent with deliberate action by someone on the plane READ MORE: http://abcnews.go.com/International/real-final-words-flight-370-cockpit-revealed/story?id=23138345

  1. jasonlsparks says:

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