Wednesday, July 29, 2015


Has the Malaysian Airlines aircraft finally made an appearance?

I recall on the morning after the disappearance there was a strange aircraft sighting in the Maldives, which is far to the north of Reunion island (but upstream with respect to the currents).
Apparent airplane debris found off the coast of Reunion island, a French department in the western Indian Ocean, is being examined to see if it is connected to the 2014 disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, a member of the French air force in Reunion said Wednesday.

The debris was found off the coast of St. Andre, a community on the island, according to Adjutant Christian Retournat.
The folks from the Maldives have been trying for some time to make their voices heard. Like the diminutive Whos that only Horton the Elephant could hear, they have been drowned out and had their stories discounted. I bet, when all is said and done, they will be proved correct. The Maldives are upstream, with respect to Indian Ocean currents, with Reunion Island:
Fresh testimonies from a small island community in the Maldives has reignited reports that missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 could have crashed over 5000 kilometres away from the official search led by Australian authorities.

Locals from the island of Kudahuvadhoo, located in the southern area of the Dhaalu Atoll in the Maldives, reported witnessing 'a low-flying jumbo jet' on the morning of March 8 last year, when the flight disappeared while travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board.

The reports come as acoustic scientists from Curtin University refuse to rule out the possibility that 'distinctive' data they recorded from the area at the assumed time of the crash may have come from the impact of the aircraft as it hit the Indian Ocean.

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