China says no sign yet missing Malaysian jet entered its territory

BEIJING, March 19 Wed Mar 19, 2014 3:29am EDT

BEIJING, March 19 (Reuters) - China has not yet found any sign a missing Malaysian Airlines jet entered in its territory, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said on Wednesday.

Hong made the comments at a daily news briefing.

Investigations into the mystery of the missing Malaysian aircraft appeared to be at a deadlock, with no conclusive evidence yet of foul play and doubts surfacing about whether nations would share military tracking data that could show where the plane may have headed. (Reporting By Ben Blanchard, Writing by Megha Rajagopalan; Editing by Nick Macfie)

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With regards to missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, in address to The Government Leaders, Heads of State, Heads of National Defense and Air Safety, each for their Nations respectively being Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, China, and India, as well as the Secretary General of the United Nations, please hear these words; Shame on you! Your thoughtless actions, or in contrast, blatant lack thereof, has made a mockery of your Governing bodies in the eyes of the world. More importantly, in the broken hearts and lives of the families and loved ones of the 239 souls still as of yet unaccounted for, largely due to your unscrupulous behaviors.

Time is of the essence in matters such as this, and you willfully and knowingly waste it. Your militaries posture to one another, and point blaming fingers, attempting to deflect criticism away from themselves, all while withholding vitally important information known to be relevant in this unprecedented world-wide effort to locate that plane, it’s passengers, and crew. Let this be heard with piercing clarity especially by the leaders of China and Malaysia— The good people of those nations respectively, should hold you in contempt for the severity of your ambiguity and absence of compassion to those who are by no choice of their own, forced to be at your mercy, when clearly you have none. Shame on you! The eyes of the world are on you now.

In the name of our common humanity, please— Make things right.

Anonymously Yours,

A Human Being. One of Many

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