originally posted by: djz3ro
a reply to: sg1642
No, it wasn't, they sent a gunboat to check the claims of the man who said he found plane wreckage and their was nothing there. It's all in the
existing thread on the subject...
The existing thread can be found here...
This is not what the newspapers are reporting currently. The investigation into claims of a crashed aircraft in The Phillipines ia not over with
claims proven false just now.
This is still going.
Either you've misread an article, or perhaps you already know the next step which will be reported!?
It may be that the claims made by a family in The Phillipines as to discovering a crashed airplane with human remains will amount to nothing. However,
an investigation is still going on and the claims have not been rubbished yet.
All that happened up until reported now is that a boat has been sent out to interview some locals, none of whom know anything about a crashed plane.
While the reports were nothing to do with said random locals in the first place, but identified as coming from a few members of a family who actually
gave their names to the police.
So the first stage of the investigation is done - simply asking around but to people who were uninvolved with the original find. What hasn't happened
is a proper investigation involving the finders, going to the location concerned. Though, as reported, seemingly this is about to happen.
So the story is not dismissed currently.
There could still be a crahsed plane there with human remains, and, as claimed, a large Malaysian flag inside, whatever that might denote itself.
While, if so, I'f find it unlikely that it is MH370, personally. If, there's a plane it's much more likely to be another. I have this strange notion
or kind of vision that it's a decades old crashed aeroplane sitting there, not sure why exactly. (I have an eerie sense of even having walked in it or
something. Anyway, that's a bit wacky and completely beside the point.)
Of course, if there's a plane and it could turn out to be MH370, just after the experts conclude finally officially that MH370 wreckage was found off
Reunion, that would be some strange turn up! It seems, of course, more or less absolutely impossible that such a large part of the same plane could
naturally end up so far away. Look at the natural ocean barrier of land around Indondesia. While Fillipino police have mentioned, I believe, that
there is the possibility the part in question came off shortly after take-off, and subsequently I guess may have been part of why the plane could then
go wildly off track in another direction.
A very distant possibility, I guess.
As yet there's no reason in itself to suppose the reported plane find - possibly some old, forgotten plane - is not real, as it has been picked up by
MSM in UK etc, if not quite the BBC etc yet. Not that I'd trust any of them, usually.
Aside, the possibilities for conspiracy theories are pretty funny - the seeming impossibility of a bit of the same craft crossing so much ocean,
stealthily manoeuvring its way through the islands. Planted? Then, the timing, just after the aircraft bit was officially confirmed MH370.