Monday, October 13, 2014

Airline CEO Suggests Malaysia Flt 370 Did Not Crash

Now that no one is paying attention, the CEO of this major airline is suggesting that Flt 370 did not crash into the ocean...

(WCJ) While he stayed away from speculation regarding the motivation, the CEO of Emirates Airlines made news recently when he claimed that evidence seems to indicate the plane did not crash into the ocean.

Rather than concede the validity of the common narrative that the plane was on autopilot, ran out of fuel, and plummeted into the water below, Sir Tim Clarke shared his opinion that the aircraft was “under control, probably until the very end.”

In making his case, the industry expert noted the fact that there has been absolutely no evidence pointing to the remnants of the jet anywhere in the Indian Ocean.

"Our experience tells us that in water incidents, where the aircraft has gone down, there is always something," he said. "We have not seen a single thing that suggests categorically that this aircraft is where they say it is, apart from this so-called electronic satellite 'handshake,' which I question as well."

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  1. Where then is the plane?? I never thought it went down either but it seems "dead news" now and Australia thought they saw something by radar via undersea robotic equipment but guess they didn't. So, why didn't they make any final statements or are they still looking????

  2. The repainted aircraft is waiting in an Iranian military hanger for use as a dirty bomb to spread mid-level radioactive materials over the mid-Atlantic region of the US.


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