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Missing Malaysia Airlines jet carrying 239 triggers Southeast Asia search

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i didn't notice any mention of weather conditions.

I hope this has a good outcome.

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So now in addition to giving advice to the RTP on how to properly conduct a murder investigation, you have advice for the world aviation community on how to properly conduct a search for an aircraft that deviates from its flight plan and goes missing?

Daft really, when all they have to do is ask ThaiVisa experts.

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So now in addition to giving advice to the RTP on how to properly conduct a murder investigation, you have advice for the world aviation community on how to properly conduct a search for an aircraft that deviates from its flight plan and goes missing?

Daft really, when all they have to do is ask ThaiVisa experts.

What do i think? I would think that you are closed minded and prejudice, like most conspiracy theorists, and that you read all of these theories on the internet that were already made up by somebody else instead of being able to do any critical thinking by yourself also like every other conspiracy theorist.

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One troll post and subsequent replies have been removed from this thread.

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Another nonsense post of a conspiratorial nature has been removed. If you have information from a reliable source then post it and provide a link to the source, otherwise don't bother posting.

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Why weren't defense networks lit up and/or defensive jets scrambled? Anwar Sadat, the most intelligent politician in Malaysia said much the same, as he personally oversaw a new, more powerful defense radar system installed along M's borders. He too was wondering why Malaysia's defense network were completely hoodwinked by the overflight of the large plane. Completely in the dark, if we're to believe Malaysian authorities (who don't have much credence in the best of times).

It appears Thailand's defense radar detected something awry in the sky, but didn't report it in a timely fashion, even hours after the news (of the missing plane) hit the headlines. What is it about SE Asian defense networks? Are they out to lunch or what? If a MH 370-event happened within 200 miles of the Korean peninsula, there would have been all sorts of detection and alarm bells going off.

ermm.gif.pagespeed.ce.7f2Kr9k8HCxvlbix7X...sorry boomer, but Anwar Sadat (of Egypt!) was assassinated about 25 years ago facepalm.gif

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Why weren't defense networks lit up and/or defensive jets scrambled? Anwar Sadat, the most intelligent politician in Malaysia said much the same, as he personally oversaw a new, more powerful defense radar system installed along M's borders. He too was wondering why Malaysia's defense network were completely hoodwinked by the overflight of the large plane. Completely in the dark, if we're to believe Malaysian authorities (who don't have much credence in the best of times).

It appears Thailand's defense radar detected something awry in the sky, but didn't report it in a timely fashion, even hours after the news (of the missing plane) hit the headlines. What is it about SE Asian defense networks? Are they out to lunch or what? If a MH 370-event happened within 200 miles of the Korean peninsula, there would have been all sorts of detection and alarm bells going off.

ermm.gif.pagespeed.ce.7f2Kr9k8HCxvlbix7X...sorry boomer, but Anwar Sadat (of Egypt!) was assassinated about 25 years ago facepalm.gif

Anwar Ibrahim......perhaps?

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30 JUL 2015 - 6:21AM
Australian MH370 investigators probe debris find

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Australian authorities, who have led the search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, are working to determine if debris washed up on an isolated Indian Ocean island is from the missing plane.

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau was notified by French officials on Reunion Island late on Wednesday (AEST) of the discovery of what appears to be part of a wing.

http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2015/07/30/australian-mh370-investigators-probe-debris-find

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30 JUL 2015 - 6:21AM
Australian MH370 investigators probe debris find

gettyimages-482270318.jpg?itok=5BFe4Sos&

Australian authorities, who have led the search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, are working to determine if debris washed up on an isolated Indian Ocean island is from the missing plane.

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau was notified by French officials on Reunion Island late on Wednesday (AEST) of the discovery of what appears to be part of a wing.

http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2015/07/30/australian-mh370-investigators-probe-debris-find

... could be (from MH370), but this island in the western IO off the east African coast (less than 200km east of Madagascar), where this piece of flaperon washed up, is a LONG way from the search area. Apparently no shortage of aircraft that have gone missing in African airspace that this could have come from. Some experts are already persuaded it's from 370 though. We'll see.

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PLEASE CONTINUE:

US official: Debris in photo belongs to Boeing 777
By JOAN LOWY and LORI HINNANT

WASHINGTON (AP) — Air safety investigators have a "high degree of confidence" that a photo of aircraft debris found in the Indian Ocean is of a wing component unique to the Boeing 777, the same model as the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared last year, a U.S. official said Wednesday.

Full story: http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/844415-mh370-plane-wreckage-found-in-indian-ocean-tested/

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