Carbon12 wrote:Why did it take the Malaysian military 4 days to say they tracked the plane hundreds of miles off course???
SMITTY wrote:I think somebody was on that plane that either Malaysia or the US government did NOT want getting off alive.
You can't b/s me - they knew full well where this plane was the minute it went down.
grumpy wrote:Carbon12 wrote:Why did it take the Malaysian military 4 days to say they tracked the plane hundreds of miles off course???
Right, don't make much sense, what if it was hijacked and was shot down, kinda hard to come out with that. I'm not saying I think that is what happened but some are.
Maybe there is some kind of cover up going on, we never get the truth, or maybe it just crashed. There was another problem with the 777, they might have lost cabin pressure slowly, all would pass out and auto pilot would fly until fuel ran out, but they did turn around, so they say..
samhill wrote:All they would really have to do is disable all the automatic stuff & drop altitude under radar & then it's just a question of fuel to get to a large enough unfriendly airport to land. In any event the search area keeps getting larger instead of smaller. You can only hope for the best passenger wise.