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Malaysia Airlines says it is “premature” to speculate on whether wreckage found in the Indian Ocean is from missing flight MH370, as authorities scrambled to verify the origin of the debris.
The two-metre long piece of wreckage, possibly from a wing part known as a flaperon, was found on a beach on the French island of La Reunion.
“At the moment, it would be too premature for the airline to speculate (on) the origin of the flaperon,” Malaysia Airlines said in a statement.
originally posted by: lacrimoniousfinale
a reply to: Layaly
There is a detailed analysis here of the ocean currents in the Indian Ocean, which suggests that debris from the crash could have reached La Reunion.
There is solid science behind the suspicion that the debris discovered on the shores of Reunion Island on Wednesday could plausibly be from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that disappeared in March with 239 people aboard.
First, there is the satellite tracking data, which was based on transmissions between the aircraft's automated systems and satellite networks. That data suggested the plane flew far to the southwest of Australia, in the southern Indian Ocean, which is where the Australian government continues its painstaking search of the seafloor to this day
originally posted by: D0MiNAT0R 1OOO
After reading the first few sentences it came immidiately to my mind that this is possibly
Then i red your opinion on this at the end of the thread..., "Could this be staged evidence?"
I think they placed it there to put an end on the whole MH370 thing..just my 2 cents on this issue.
originally posted by: Azureblue
Don't know how far this island is from the area they spent weeks searching for the plane.
...evidence of hte suicidal pilot theory