April 13th, 2014
12:43 PM ET

Should the Search for #MH370 Go Back to Square One?

With such little and inconclusive evidence, CNN Aviation Analyst Jeff Wise suggests there is a possibility that MH370 isn't in the Indian Ocean after all. Furthermore, Aviation Attorney Mary Schiavo explains why it would be helpful to review the radar images searchers began with 38 days ago.


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  1. flgovcand_gig

    Yes , finally back to square one,this means search area one.Seismologs have published the exact spot of impact.The B777 had collided with a fighter jet,another fighter jet painted PSR radar skin track through IGARI – subsonic flight – to GONG KedaK , low level to Butterwort AFB RMAF and RAAF!,further out sharp banking turns out the straights Malakka to officially end at Bearing 295 Distance 200NM . This time around ,it is easier ,because HOAX-ters have lost their shot at it. We can get Paul Watson,Richard Bronson and me.Let's photograph these 2 wreckages ,secure all seismological datas,all 121.500 MHZ tapes HF distress tapes , 406 MHZ impact ELT receptions of the LEO's,SSR data shown as MH370 abeam HONGKONG (VHSK) and ULB , yes 90 days still should give about 155dB worth of Ping signals.

    May 28, 2014 at 10:56 pm | Reply

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