Malaysia releases missing plane report, reveals confusion

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harry7738 wrote:

I can not understand why a trained pilot would want to commit suicide by placing his aircraft into a U-turn, flying for an hour or so over land then when over an ocean of water rely on the auto pilot to continue the flight to a point of a controlled crash into the sea or until a fuel shortage caused the aircraft to lose altitude and crash wing tip first into a tumbling catastrophic crash. In either case that pilot would have had to experience a long term, slow glide into his chosen death with 239 passengers plus crew pounding on the door. No—that pilot caused that aircraft to dive into the ocean as soon he had passed over land and water was again beneath them. Look deeper into the Bay of Bengal. Either that or face the fact that the traveled for thousands of feet either tumbling wing over wing or skimming along the water leaving it’s remains along miles and miles of ocean.

May 01, 2014 11:04pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
harry7738 wrote:

I can not understand why a trained pilot would want to commit suicide by placing his aircraft into a U-turn, flying for an hour or so over land then when over an ocean of water rely on the auto pilot to continue the flight to a point of a controlled crash into the sea or until a fuel shortage caused the aircraft to lose altitude and crash wing tip first into a tumbling catastrophic crash. In either case that pilot would have had to experience a long term, slow glide into his chosen death with 239 passengers plus crew pounding on the door. No—that pilot caused that aircraft to dive into the ocean as soon he had passed over land and water was again beneath them. Look deeper into the Bay of Bengal. Either that or face the fact that the traveled for thousands of feet either tumbling wing over wing or skimming along the water leaving it’s remains along miles and miles of ocean.

May 01, 2014 11:04pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
harry7738 wrote:

I can not understand why a trained pilot would want to commit suicide by placing his aircraft into a U-turn, flying for an hour or so over land then when over an ocean of water rely on the auto pilot to continue the flight to a point of a controlled crash into the sea or until a fuel shortage caused the aircraft to lose altitude and crash wing tip first into a tumbling catastrophic crash. In either case that pilot would have had to experience a long term, slow glide into his chosen death with 239 passengers plus crew pounding on the door. No—that pilot caused that aircraft to dive into the ocean as soon he had passed over land and water was again beneath them. Look deeper into the Bay of Bengal. Either that or face the fact that the traveled for thousands of feet either tumbling wing over wing or skimming along the water leaving it’s remains along miles and miles of ocean.

May 01, 2014 11:04pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
harry7738 wrote:

I can not understand why a trained pilot would want to commit suicide by placing his aircraft into a U-turn, flying for an hour or so over land then when over an ocean of water rely on the auto pilot to continue the flight to a point of a controlled crash into the sea or until a fuel shortage caused the aircraft to lose altitude and crash wing tip first into a tumbling catastrophic crash. In either case that pilot would have had to experience a long term, slow glide into his chosen death with 239 passengers plus crew pounding on the door. No—that pilot caused that aircraft to dive into the ocean as soon he had passed over land and water was again beneath them. Look deeper into the Bay of Bengal. Either that or face the fact that the traveled for thousands of feet either tumbling wing over wing or skimming along the water leaving it’s remains along miles and miles of ocean.

May 01, 2014 11:04pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
motie wrote:

There should be some clothing or objects from the plane if it’s in the water. Are they checking land on the around the ocean site. What about the two men with false ID. America really needs to find out what is going on this could be another way terrorist are killing our people.

May 02, 2014 1:01am EDT  --  Report as abuse
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