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March 13th, 2014
10:46 PM ET

Do Malaysian officials' reports add up?

Six days after Flight 370 went missing, there are still many unanswered questions - and just as much misinformation and speculation. CNN's Brian Todd examines the conflicting reports given by Malaysian officials in regards to the investigation and search operation.

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  1. heater666

    The plane is not in the water. The crew turned. off the transponder'. Not a theory, think, 45,000 someone in the crew turned off the passengers oxygen, caused a depressrized siuation in the passengers cabin, causing them to freeze to death suffocated but not look for cell phone. We will see this 707but as a bomb,somewhere

    March 20, 2014 at 4:50 pm |
  2. gaybarr

    Maybe this missing airliner could be breaking news for another couple years. Sadly all the educated voices at CNN are distracted and their voices sound hollow as we watch Russia have its way in Cremia, Syria, and even the Arctic. Tomorrow we'll hear Mahmoud Abbas tell the US he won't back down either. I guess its time for the world to "pile on" as our President is busy making out his brackets for a basketball tourneyment. saddest regards... Guadalupe Ybarra

    March 16, 2014 at 11:49 pm |
  3. captainfantastic

    Hey folks...listen up.... your continuous breaking news is becoming comical, besides being dishonest...breaking news breaks ONCE...get it? Your pandering for viewers using this strategy is pathetic

    March 15, 2014 at 7:52 am |
  4. markzmagee

    Interestingly, in May of 1962 two Officers on the British Vessel, S.S. Telemachus filed a report concerning unidentified and inexplicable rotating rays of light moving through the water around and beneath their ship at virtually the same coordinates (lat 7.22 N, long 103.18 E) that the missing Malaysian Flt. 370 transponder stopped working (lat 7.37 N, long 103.30 E). Read the actual report here: http://www.waterufo.net/item.php?id=250

    Could there be an undiscovered natural or perhaps unnatural energy source beneath the Gulf of Thailand waters that may have shorted out all the on-board instruments and transponder of Flt. 370 and sent it off-course, leaving the Pilots with no navigational or communication tools, flying aimlessly for hours, running out of fuel and crashing into the Indian Ocean? What are the odds of almost the exact coordinates being a factor in both of these cases?

    March 14, 2014 at 3:10 pm |

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