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    SG has its own fiascoes and not in a position to pass negative comments on MLY about MH370.

    The excuses in SG given were not high quality.


    Woodlands barrier crash. The SG public will definitely not be alarmed if told that the police are doing what they should be doing - trying to catch criminals. Although taxi drivers can co-operate to assist the police, taxi drivers should not take on the burden of police duties that the police themselves should be doing.
    The driver entered Singapore 12 minutes after arriving at the checkpoint, at 4.05pm...........
    An alert was sent out to taxi companies 35 minutes after the driver entered Singapore, asking for help to look out for the vehicle.
    The director of operations at the Singapore Police Force, Senior Assistant Commissioner Lau Peet Meng, explained in the briefing that they sought help through the cab drivers, so as not to alarm the public. He said by then, the police already knew who the driver was and the aim of the search was to locate him. At about 8.30pm on Saturday, the authorities recovered the abandoned vehicle in an unknown location.
    The driver was arrested at another location later at 9.15pm.


    Little India riot
    The police’s Special Operations Command (SOC) arrived half an hour after they had been activated. The police said the delay was because Hampshire Road was congested with buses picking up foreign workers. SOC officers had to alight and proceed on foot.
    http://www.straitstimes.com/sites/st...uenceV2web.png

    Look, there are at least 10 other alternative routes to get to the scene of the riot.

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    The human story of the loss of MH370:

    http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/...330-35s1c.html

    A popular talkshow host in a China TV station said he went to Big Buddha in Hong Kong Lantau Island to light some incense and say a prayer for the victims.

    I guess at this stage that is all we can do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    SG has its own fiascoes and not in a position to pass negative comments on MLY about MH370.

    The excuses in SG given were not high quality.
    Ha ha, I guess you are right. But I like the "not a shot was fired."

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    One person's account. I don't think she is faking it. She just returned from her Haj.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...sappeared.html



    From a person named sam in CNN forum

    Weeks ago, there were reports saying eye witnesses in Maldives saw a large plane flying low with similar markings as Malaysian Airline. Few days ago, locals in Maldives recovered a spherical object washed ashore in one of their beaches. It was likely a Halon fire suppression bottle used in airplanes.

    Picture of the object in local news.
    http://www.haveeru.Com.Mv/news/54178
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    Abbott agrees with Najib... "Overwhelming evidence that MH370 is lost"

    http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking...bbott-20140331

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    Quote Originally Posted by An drew View Post
    Ha ha, I guess you are right. But I like the "not a shot was fired."
    May be their balls have been removed? As what Sion said, no bullets, how to fire? LOL LLLLLL

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    This was supposed to be from a recording in possession of MLY air traffic control.


    Co-pilot of Malaysia Airlines MH370 said "All right, good night": Malaysian officials



    Now (3 weeks after 8 March 2014) it is revealed that the pilot said something different.

    But how can it be reported differently by MAS CEO and Director of MLY civil aviation in a press conference - when MLY authorities have the recording.

    Now ‘Good night, Malaysian 370’ last words from missing plane

    http://www.themalaymailonline.com/ma...hammuddin-says

    This is significant because experienced pilots commenting on US news networks said that a seasoned pilot is unlikely to say "All right, good night".

    It required a CCTV reporter (with sources) to expose this untrue statement.

    https://twitter.com/jameschau/status.../photo/1/large
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    Really speechless to the handling of MH370 by the country's leaders... Nothing is true from their mouth since day one, so far every information they provided since day one is a lie !!! How to find the Aircraft in this manner ? Even if there is survivor they would had been dead by the time the authorities decided to speak the truth. Confirm they are hiding something from the world. The international community should stop wasting their resources and money helping those lier, let them be held responsible for their action !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    This was supposed to be from a recording in possession of MLY air traffic control.


    Co-pilot of Malaysia Airlines MH370 said "All right, good night": Malaysian officials



    Now (3 weeks after 8 March 2014) it is revealed that the pilot said something completely different.

    But how can it be reported differently by MAS CEO and Director of MLY civil aviation in a press conference - when MLY authorities have the recording.

    Now ‘Good night, Malaysian 370’ last words from missing plane

    http://www.themalaymailonline.com/ma...hammuddin-says

    This is significant because experienced pilots commenting on US news networks said that a seasoned pilot is unlikely to say "All right, good night".

    It required a CCTV reporter (with sources) to expose this untrue statement.

    https://twitter.com/jameschau/status.../photo/1/large
    To add to the confusion, maybe the MH370 pilot's final words were not "All right, good night." but "Selamat malam, kawan."?
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    What if they are wrong? Satellite Company Inmarsat reversed position on where MH370 plane flight may be

    Is it dawning upon the searchers that something is wrong when so many ships and planes cannot even find 1 piece of debris of the plane after so many days?

    The calculated location may be accurate -- or it may be way off base & inaccurate.

    Why prevent other experts from giving their views and inputs so that the plane can be found?

    It may be a good idea for AAIB and Inmarsat to release the satellite "ping" data that they have; for other scientists to double check.
    So far they have refused.

    Swell of satellite experts question accuracy and reliability of data and methods for satellite ping “math” to locate a moving aircraft, while major news headlines praise the satellite company who claims to have located the final position of Flight MH370.

    The math formula to project the last known location of the plane may be right but if one shred of input data is incorrect, the plane could be actually thousands of miles away.

    The new calculations underwent a peer review process with space agency experts and contributions by Boeing, he said.
    The problem with peer review is that you pick which peer/s to review. Very likely those whom you already know are in favour of your theory or point of view.
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    Inmarsat is quite lousy. It's damn obsolete technology trying to jostle for attention.
    For some reasons, US govt has a lot of experience in aviation mishaps and are keeping quite silent.
    They may know something we all don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikkie View Post
    Inmarsat is quite lousy. It's damn obsolete technology trying to jostle for attention.
    For some reasons, US govt has a lot of experience in aviation mishaps and are keeping quite silent.
    They may know something we all don't.
    Very strange INDEED!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikkie View Post
    Inmarsat is quite lousy. It's damn obsolete technology trying to jostle for attention.
    For some reasons, US govt has a lot of experience in aviation mishaps and are keeping quite silent.
    They may know something we all don't.
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    Well it is make or break for Inmarsat. If they are later found to be wrong, then big trouble. Get blamed for wasting time, effort & money. So many Orions, Poseidons, ships & planes. Get blamed for delaying rescue to MH370.

    A lot of other scientists can say, if only Inmarsat released the data to them, they would have found the plane's location. 20/20 hindsight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nikkie View Post
    Inmarsat is quite lousy. It's damn obsolete technology trying to jostle for attention. For some reasons, US govt has a lot of experience in aviation mishaps and are keeping quite silent. They may know something we all don't.
    Ya lor why Big Brother don't help? Without them no hope leh. Only Big Brother can do it. Is it because of China har?

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    UPDATE : Yep its still missing....... :/
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    Honestly, I think it's more correc to say they can't or won't want to find it?
    I still get this feeling the powers that be know where it is...
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    UPDATE : Yep its still missing....... :/
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