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EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#99227 Mar 24, 2014
Ponderings, do you or anyone else know if our esteemed leader has made any speeches or in-depth comments about this missing plane? I never read his speeches, listen to him or pay him any attention whatsoever so I have no idea. He only got elected in the first place because more than 51% of the population would rather have a black man in office than a woman. SOOo fk'em, they got what they deserved.

I more or less go with the 'actions speak louder than words' thingy, but this isn't necessarily always true, especially with politicians. I'd be interested to know what Pres and his higher up mucky-t-mucks have had to say about it. Maybe from those comments we could pick up on something that's being craftily hidden from us; maybe, being negotiated behind the scenes,(or not)....? It wouldn't be the first time.

Dead silence is not a good thing either! Nothing would surprise me, you know.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#99228 Mar 24, 2014
Ponderings wrote:
The reason this case has taken up so much of interest in time is because I know two different people who went to college with Phillip Wood at OCC. They both said he seemed to be a very likable individual although they didn't know him that well. As far as your last paragraph, yes, it was at least until late last nigh,t a very good theory that the plane could be in Pakistan. I am not 100% certain that it still isn't want happened to this plane, but that is as of right now, 3:30 PM on Monday, March 24. If they find wreckage that definitely points to the plane, then it did indeed drop into the ocean. But regardless, all the families were in their own hell waiting to find out what happened. Prayers were limited in this situation. Pray for what? That your loved one died a quick, painless death if indeed their oxygen was cut off? Or, pray that they somehow survived a "gentle' landing on the ocean and were hanging onto their flotation devices? That would hold true for only a few hours after the crash. Pray that they were still alive, somewhere on the ground in the Middle East? That would be a fate worse than death, to be held as captives by the Muslims. Even if the plane did land there, all those passengers were dead by that time, IMO. If not, they would have been massacred shortly.
I remember when our daughter and I flew to Germany several years ago via US Air out of Pittsburgh. It was my first international flight, and it had never occurred to be beforehand that the majority of commercial air liners fly over as much land as they can, obviously for the best communication system between pilot and Air Control Towers. The pilot would come on occasionally and tell us where we were flying above; first I think it was Nova Scotia, then a long silence before being over Ireland, then France, and over into Germany where we landed at Frankfort. Of course, the Atlantic Ocean is much more busy than the Indian Ocean and a common flight pattern for many airlines. But it is somewhat scary, when knowing you are flying over vast water....by that time, it was night time and no way could I see the ocean...just clouds.
An interesting post, Ponderings...

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Since: Jan 13

Melrose Park, IL

#99229 Mar 24, 2014
EyeOfTheNewt wrote:
Ponderings, do you or anyone else know if our esteemed leader has made any speeches or in-depth comments about this missing plane? I never read his speeches, listen to him or pay him any attention whatsoever so I have no idea. He only got elected in the first place because more than 51% of the population would rather have a black man in office than a woman. SOOo fk'em, they got what they deserved.
I more or less go with the 'actions speak louder than words' thingy, but this isn't necessarily always true, especially with politicians. I'd be interested to know what Pres and his higher up mucky-t-mucks have had to say about it. Maybe from those comments we could pick up on something that's being craftily hidden from us; maybe, being negotiated behind the scenes,(or not)....? It wouldn't be the first time.
Dead silence is not a good thing either! Nothing would surprise me, you know.
I totally agree! As far as our 'great one' making comments concerning this flight, he did briefly on Friday, I believe. He just said that the government is doing all it can to find the plane, and that all resources are being used, or something to that affect. Of course, his attention at the present time is focused on the Russia/Ukraine situation.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#99233 Mar 24, 2014
Ponderings wrote:
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I totally agree! As far as our 'great one' making comments concerning this flight, he did briefly on Friday, I believe. He just said that the government is doing all it can to find the plane, and that all resources are being used, or something to that affect. Of course, his attention at the present time is focused on the Russia/Ukraine situation.
I think he needs to shut his f'kn mouth about Crimera (sp) and Putin. What the hell business is it of HIS if those people would rather have Russia as their leader, which the majority (85%) clearly DID vote for Russia to annex and take them over? Did Putin need to come asking US what he should do? Putin has said quite recently that he could make ash out of us and I'm not so sure he couldn't. Idiot. Putin has Snowden over there now being his guiding light and divulging all our top secrets. Duuh....

SOOOooo, Pres and his entourage are basically laying low on the search for Flight 370. I've known of him to make a personal phone call to one sick and dying person, but HERE there are 239 people missing (irrelevant that they are all foreigners except three), but he has no sympathy and personal words of comfort to express to their families or their countries? ummm.... How amazing is this..... TOTALLY lacking in charisma.

Oh yeah, I'm VERY suspicious of what could be quietly going on that we don't know about.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#99234 Mar 24, 2014
Just as obviously, I could be wrong. Whose to say, who could be right? Announcement has been made by Malaysian officials that the plane crashed into the depths of the Indian Ocean, narrowing their search down to a relatively small area. And it very well could have, leaving an awful lot of unanswered questions. However, if this is the case, I sure hope 'something' surfaces that proves this. Suppose it never does? Poor people, I just feel so bad for all of them.

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Since: Jan 13

Melrose Park, IL

#99235 Mar 24, 2014
EyeOfTheNewt wrote:
Just as obviously, I could be wrong. Whose to say, who could be right? Announcement has been made by Malaysian officials that the plane crashed into the depths of the Indian Ocean, narrowing their search down to a relatively small area. And it very well could have, leaving an awful lot of unanswered questions. However, if this is the case, I sure hope 'something' surfaces that proves this. Suppose it never does? Poor people, I just feel so bad for all of them.
One of the biggest problems in all of this is the mistrust of the Malaysian government. They have not be truthful from the beginning, and only have been 'up front' when forced to do so. They are also a Muslim country; you can bet the rent that they are doing everything in their power to protect Islam and any possible connections to what happened to Flight 370.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#99236 Mar 24, 2014
Ponderings wrote:
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One of the biggest problems in all of this is the mistrust of the Malaysian government. They have not be truthful from the beginning, and only have been 'up front' when forced to do so.

They are also a Muslim country; you can bet the rent that they are doing everything in their power to protect Islam and any possible connections to what happened to Flight 370.
AHHHH...! Excellent point Ponderings.^^^^^ I hadn't thought of that.

But, even if this plane DID ultimately slam into the deepest depths of the Indian Ocean, presumably having eventually run out of fuel; it still doesn't explain what happened on that plane starting from the moment the passengers and crew boarded, nor does it explain how there could have beenTHREE expert trained fliers (or even if there were only the two) in the cockpit handling the plane along the way, who certainly would have been expert enough not to allow the plane to run out of fuel before landing it, knowing they had 7-1/2 hours of fuel left when they made that left turn off the flight path. They had enough fuel flight time left to have been able to set that plane down in any number of Muslim protected areas. But they allowed it to crash and sink, and forever remain a mystery? Makes no sense.

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Since: Jan 13

Melrose Park, IL

#99237 Mar 24, 2014
Some commentators have made the suggestion that the Taliban or Al Quaida is behind this, and have created new tactics that do not include 'chatter' just before an event. The whole theory is that this was an experiment to see how the world reacts and how quickly we might be able to respond and recover such a plane. I don't know. Probably rather 'far out'.

But, I have been switching back and forth on all the cable stations for two weeks, driving my husband nuts. But this has really worried me; and, if it HAD been true that the plane had landed somewhere in Pakistan (who would NOT have told us even if it did), there could have been parts of the world that could have been attacked by missiles dropping out of that plane.

This is my theory tonight..... heck.... the way the news is changing every day, and the way the Malaysians drop four day old "news", almost every day, who knows what is around the corner?

Here is a possibility.

Although so far the FBI can find nothing on the hard drives owned by the main pilot, it is now confirmed that he was talking on his cell shortly before the plane took off. Some of our pilots have admitted to doing that on occasion, but most airlines frown on that and want all phones turned off at that time, and pilots are supposed to be concentrating on the imminent flight. Tonight it was reported that he didn't make the call, but that it came in on a pre-paid cell phone with a SIM card, and from a company that Muslim extremists use in order to communicate with each other, especially in that area of the world.

It was also slipped out last Friday I believe, that the pilot was going through a divorce. Now, I haven't heard that since then, but I might Google that to see if I can find anything more concerning that rumor. But this was on CNN but very briefly, and I cannot remember who the anchor was during that particular program.

MAYBE something recent set off that pilot. Since the airport scanners in Maylasia reportedly are not up to snuff, there is a VERY good possibility that he was able to bring on the aircraft a pistol, one that he hid in the cockpit. It appears the first 30 minutes of flight was normal. We all have seen over and over again when things started to change... this could be if he took out his pistol and shot his co-pilot. In pressurized cabins of today's modern planes, as long as the bullet doesn't crack a windshield, it does not affect the flight.

After he shot and killed his co-pilot, he then swooped the plane up to an altitude of 45,000 feet AFTER putting an oxygen mask on, redirecting all the oxygen to himself. After about ten fifteen minutes, he checked back in the cabin to make sure all were deceased - both all the passengers as well as the flight attendants. He then turned the plane westward, then southward, and put on the auto-pilot. After doing this, he shot himself in the head, and the plane continued on for several hours until it rain out of fuel.

There is one glitch; some say there is evidence the plane did go down to 10,000 feet for awhile; if so, that would have had to happen before putting it on auto. Not sure why he did that, but he had to have put it back up to cruising altitude of 35,000 because flying low for very long would have used up all the fuel very quickly, not allowing the plane to go on for that many hours longer, ending up south of the Indian Ocean. From what was told on TV, auto pilot causes the plane to fly around 400 MPH at about 35,000 feet.

IF this is close to what happened, the pilot either was pizzed at his wife and the world and decided to end it all, and/or he decided to do a "Jihad" - most passengers were not Muslim and that faith tells them they can do that if it for "Allah"; and, this way he would get directly into heaven, and have all of the virgins that he wanted. But, it could still have been just a solitary act on his part, not connected to Islam.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#99239 Mar 25, 2014
What a horrific and evil thing these two 'partners' were doing to these three precious children, with two of them adopted. WHY? Why would they even want to adopt, already knowing they hated the little girl. I wonder, where were their bio fathers? Did no one care they were being horribly starved to death?

Why same-sex 'partners' are ever allowed to adopt in the first place, then with no follow up on the welfare of those kids, leaves me in an utter state of confusion; when they already made a conscious and deliberate decision that they did not want to birth children in the natural way of man/woman. Sick and depraved. Debauchery. I don't care WHO does it; these people are disgustingly depraved. Nasty people. I can't even stomach looking at them on tv; I know where their mouth has been and what they are doing. Yikes!

I had an atty who was involved in a child suit for custody, representing the father of the little boy. The mother/wife had left him to go to her female lover/partner and took the little six yr old boy with her. The father had limited visitation, but enough that he knew what was going on between these two women in front of the child. They were leaving lewd full-frontal same sex porn magazines lying around OPEN on the coffee table and other areas of the house with descriptive photos, also same-sex toys that the child now knew what they were used for, and even taking the child into their bed.

This whopping legal matter had already cost the father over $100K in the long tortuous legal battle. This atty was having the battle of his life trying to get full custody of the child for the father, while the courts were siding with the mother. Unbelievable. The courts do not care about the depraved conditions these children are forced to exist in. THEN, frequently these same-sex partners beat the hell out uv each other and spit up anyhow, having destroyed the life of the child. SICK.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#99240 Mar 25, 2014
Ponderings, IMO any of those theories, including your own possible theory, could be close to possible scenarios that could have happened, or variations thereof; however, I am keeping in mind that the facts as we know them reveal that SOMEONE was in control of an evil scheme from the very beginning. WHY, is the question.

We cannot overlook the FACT that no one was allowed to make or receive cell calls from the moment the passengers boarded the plane, during the approximate hour BEFORE they ever reached the left-hand turning point of their wild ride. IF these passengers had not been forbidden to turn on their cell phones AFTER they were air-borne, then there would have been no reason why no one could reach any of them on their cell phones, and no reason they could not have called out on their cell phones and use them at least until they reached the height where they couldn't.

THIS was a deliberate act and causation by whomever was in control of the passengers and the plane, right from the beginning. No matter what the ultimate intentions were of whoever was in control of that plane; those passengers were tormented in fear right from the beginning, starting with NOT being allowed to turn on their cell phones AFTER they were first airborne.

The wild ride beginning at the left turning point which took the plane off its' course HAD to be deliberately programmed. They/he/who? took the plane from 35,000 fit, to 45,000 ft, to 27,000 ft then down to 10,000, leveling off again at 35,000 ft. The wild ride ALL had to be deliberately done by human hands and not on auto pilot. Not 'everybody' on that plane was dead during all this. They couldn't have been; at least not whoever was manually in control of the plane.

It sickens me to think of the tormenting fear the passengers and crew suffered, but it is obvious to me that they DID experience a mad mans' abuse starting at the beginning of their wild and deadly flight. I am SOO sorry for them and what they HAD to have suffered until they died; KNOWING they were going to die. This is a tragedy that we may never know the full scope of its' deadly plot and final end.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#99241 Mar 25, 2014
Are you okay Vic? Hope so! Keep your head up hon, hard as it is sometimes. Peace WILL be yours again one day. You'll see.

You too, King George; you must be snowed under with work? Hope everything is okay.

Have to go out today. Everyone, have a good day! Later..... xx00xx

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Since: Jan 13

Melrose Park, IL

#99242 Mar 25, 2014
EyeOfTheNewt wrote:
Ponderings, IMO any of those theories, including your own possible theory, could be close to possible scenarios that could have happened, or variations thereof; however, I am keeping in mind that the facts as we know them reveal that SOMEONE was in control of an evil scheme from the very beginning. WHY, is the question.
We cannot overlook the FACT that no one was allowed to make or receive cell calls from the moment the passengers boarded the plane, during the approximate hour BEFORE they ever reached the left-hand turning point of their wild ride. IF these passengers had not been forbidden to turn on their cell phones AFTER they were air-borne, then there would have been no reason why no one could reach any of them on their cell phones, and no reason they could not have called out on their cell phones and use them at least until they reached the height where they couldn't.
THIS was a deliberate act and causation by whomever was in control of the passengers and the plane, right from the beginning. No matter what the ultimate intentions were of whoever was in control of that plane; those passengers were tormented in fear right from the beginning, starting with NOT being allowed to turn on their cell phones AFTER they were first airborne.
The wild ride beginning at the left turning point which took the plane off its' course HAD to be deliberately programmed. They/he/who? took the plane from 35,000 fit, to 45,000 ft, to 27,000 ft then down to 10,000, leveling off again at 35,000 ft. The wild ride ALL had to be deliberately done by human hands and not on auto pilot. Not 'everybody' on that plane was dead during all this. They couldn't have been; at least not whoever was manually in control of the plane.
It sickens me to think of the tormenting fear the passengers and crew suffered, but it is obvious to me that they DID experience a mad mans' abuse starting at the beginning of their wild and deadly flight. I am SOO sorry for them and what they HAD to have suffered until they died; KNOWING they were going to die. This is a tragedy that we may never know the full scope of its' deadly plot and final end.
Interesting. However, in all the coverage I have watched, I have heard very few thoughts from commentators or journalists concerning the lack of cell phone usage by the passengers. I do know that there is only a short brief period of time when they can be used while being a passenger. I do however think there is a good chance than none of them knew anything was 'amiss' until much later... remember, this was a 'red eye' flight during the middle of the night; they very likely were not even aware when the plane was being turned around.

http://www.slate.com/blogs/future_tense/2014/...
Sami

Jacksonville, AR

#99243 Mar 25, 2014
Hi All!

Anne & Ponderings, IA with you concerning the Ukraine & Russia. There is no reason for Obama to involve us in this and what is the 1st thing they did? Kerry ran over there with 2 billion friggen $. I doubt crazy Putin cares less what Obama says and he probably even cares less for Obama himself.

Yea, I feel so bad for those lives lost in that plane and the grieving families. Its really sad and scary that a plane can go poof and nobody knows anything in this day and age.

Zazz, I saw that story about those poor children. It's sickening to think about what those poor children endured by these evil witches. Ppl are just plain evil. Did you hear about missing 8 yr. old Relisha in DC. Her pitiful so called mother let her go stay with the janitor of the homeless shelter they were living at. This was approximately Feb. 26th. The mother never reported her missing and the school reported her many absences to LE and DFS and that's how this was discovered. The man she is with murdered his wife a few days ago and there is a vid. of him with poor Relisha entering a rm. at a hotel. Gosh, that vid. gave me the creeps and reminded me of poor Shaniya.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#99244 Mar 25, 2014
Ponderings wrote:
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Interesting. However, in all the coverage I have watched, I have heard very few thoughts from commentators or journalists concerning the lack of cell phone usage by the passengers. I do know that there is only a short brief period of time when they can be used while being a passenger. I do however think there is a good chance than none of them knew anything was 'amiss' until much later... remember, this was a 'red eye' flight during the middle of the night; they very likely were not even aware when the plane was being turned around.
http://www.slate.com/blogs/future_tense/2014/...
It's a lovely thought to fantasize that these pathetic lost passengers and crew on the red eye special drifted off into la la land, hard and fast asleep, sweet dreams, and never felt or knew a danged thing. It's a sweet thought and would ease our minds; but IMO, this could not be the true situation that was occurring.

After take off and prior to reaching 3,000+ ft. altitude; they would have had a brief opportunity of quite a few minutes to make cell phone calls to their loved ones on the ground, and those on the ground had a brief opportunity to express final messages to some on the plane; had they ever been able to contact them before the phones would have normally shut off automatically; but NO cell phones were ever activated? Either coming or going???

NOT ONE SINGLE CALL EITHER IN OR OUT WAS MADE? NO WAY do I believe that not one person out of 239 on that flight didn't try, or want to call someone, nor did anyone try or want to call THEM. NO WAY did 239 people all spontaneously have a hush fall over them and all fell asleep all at the same time. They did not ALL fall asleep as soon as they hit their seats, and more than likely none of them.

IMO, these people were not allowed to turn on their cell phones. Just because no commentators are coming to this realization yet, doesn't mean that it didn't happen. Just based on lack of cell phone usage, it is a clear signal (to me) that these people HAD to know in the early stages they were doomed.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#99245 Mar 25, 2014
Sami wrote:
Hi All!
Anne & Ponderings, IA with you concerning the Ukraine & Russia. There is no reason for Obama to involve us in this and what is the 1st thing they did? Kerry ran over there with 2 billion friggen $. I doubt crazy Putin cares less what Obama says and he probably even cares less for Obama himself.
Yea, I feel so bad for those lives lost in that plane and the grieving families. Its really sad and scary that a plane can go poof and nobody knows anything in this day and age.
Zazz, I saw that story about those poor children. It's sickening to think about what those poor children endured by these evil witches. Ppl are just plain evil. Did you hear about missing 8 yr. old Relisha in DC. Her pitiful so called mother let her go stay with the janitor of the homeless shelter they were living at. This was approximately Feb. 26th. The mother never reported her missing and the school reported her many absences to LE and DFS and that's how this was discovered. The man she is with murdered his wife a few days ago and there is a vid. of him with poor Relisha entering a rm. at a hotel. Gosh, that vid. gave me the creeps and reminded me of poor Shaniya.
HEY Sami!

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Since: Jan 13

Melrose Park, IL

#99246 Mar 25, 2014
EyeOfTheNewt wrote:
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It's a lovely thought to fantasize that these pathetic lost passengers and crew on the red eye special drifted off into la la land, hard and fast asleep, sweet dreams, and never felt or knew a danged thing. It's a sweet thought and would ease our minds; but IMO, this could not be the true situation that was occurring.
After take off and prior to reaching 3,000+ ft. altitude; they would have had a brief opportunity of quite a few minutes to make cell phone calls to their loved ones on the ground, and those on the ground had a brief opportunity to express final messages to some on the plane; had they ever been able to contact them before the phones would have normally shut off automatically; but NO cell phones were ever activated? Either coming or going???
NOT ONE SINGLE CALL EITHER IN OR OUT WAS MADE? NO WAY do I believe that not one person out of 239 on that flight didn't try, or want to call someone, nor did anyone try or want to call THEM. NO WAY did 239 people all spontaneously have a hush fall over them and all fell asleep all at the same time. They did not ALL fall asleep as soon as they hit their seats, and more than likely none of them.
IMO, these people were not allowed to turn on their cell phones. Just because no commentators are coming to this realization yet, doesn't mean that it didn't happen. Just based on lack of cell phone usage, it is a clear signal (to me) that these people HAD to know in the early stages they were doomed.
Interesting thoughts. But then, CNN keeps trying to bring up the theory that it was just an accident, that maybe those Lithium batteries caught on fire. Everyone is so clueless right now, that theories I have dismissed long ago, they keep dragging up. But if that plane had a fire in it, there are all kinds of bells and whistles on the 777 that alerts the flight crew. And, the pilots said nothing to the control tower. They also deliberately turned off everything, took a west then south turn, and that was it. If there had been a fire or explosion on the aircraft, it would not have flown for around 7 hours way out to sea.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#99247 Mar 25, 2014
Ponderings wrote:
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Interesting thoughts. But then, CNN keeps trying to bring up the theory that it was just an accident, that maybe those Lithium batteries caught on fire. Everyone is so clueless right now, that theories I have dismissed long ago, they keep dragging up. But if that plane had a fire in it, there are all kinds of bells and whistles on the 777 that alerts the flight crew. And, the pilots said nothing to the control tower. They also deliberately turned off everything, took a west then south turn, and that was it. If there had been a fire or explosion on the aircraft, it would not have flown for around 7 hours way out to sea.
B I N G O!!!!!!!!

Now, think back to the EARLY beginning. If those passengers and crew didn't already have a problem as soon as they boarded, or shortly thereafter; SOMEONE, or MANY someones would have been able to call off that plane... right? Right.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#99248 Mar 25, 2014
I am beginning to understand why the families and loved ones of the 154 Chinese passengers and other passengers' families are accusing and screaming at the Malaysian officials and calling them liars who are withholding the truth from them. They could be right.

Level 1

Since: Jan 13

Melrose Park, IL

#99249 Mar 25, 2014
EyeOfTheNewt wrote:
I am beginning to understand why the families and loved ones of the 154 Chinese passengers and other passengers' families are accusing and screaming at the Malaysian officials and calling them liars who are withholding the truth from them. They could be right.
Yes, they could be. The Malaysian government is doing the sympathetic act at the present time....they have no choice. But this is my take on them. Either 1) Since they are a very small country, they simply do not have the means and knowledge to operate a fleet of airlines, and especially in order to maintain the aircraft properly. They are embarrassed, therefore they have been holding back information, days after they already had some facts. 2) Or, they are protecting their government due to their Sunni Islam majority. This is scarier.... are they delaying information so that by the time other countries try to go on the search. pertinent data has been very likely destroyed?
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#99250 Mar 26, 2014
Ponderings wrote:
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Yes, they could be. The Malaysian government is doing the sympathetic act at the present time....they have no choice. But this is my take on them. Either 1) Since they are a very small country, they simply do not have the means and knowledge to operate a fleet of airlines, and especially in order to maintain the aircraft properly. They are embarrassed, therefore they have been holding back information, days after they already had some facts. 2) Or, they are protecting their government due to their Sunni Islam majority. This is scarier.... are they delaying information so that by the time other countries try to go on the search. pertinent data has been very likely destroyed?
Re your #1); how could Malaysia release information they didn't have? And even if they did have secret info they were attempting to hold close to the vest, there were numerous other countries performing searches during all this time who were releasing whatever suspicions and info they had, or could reasonably analyze during their searches. This is not to say that Malaysian officials might not have been withholding info from searchers from other countries, thereby making their searches more difficult. In any event, I don't think the Malaysian Govm't officials are smart enough to fool the whole world and their experts.

HOWEVER; re your #2); Absolutely, quite possible.

As I see it at the moment, IFF these 122 objects of possible evidence that have been located turn out to be from the missing plane, when and if someone can get to them to retrieve and ascertain proof one way or the other; then the families will have no choice but to accept that their loved ones did crash into the Indian Ocean and all are dead regardless as to how it happened or who caused it. THAT could remain the big question for the rest of their lives. Personally, I think it's a little too soon to lay all the blame on the pilot having deliberately staged the crash and deaths of all on board until such time that proof could be established.

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