PM not declaring passengers dead

Apr 24, 2014 Full story: CNN

More than six weeks after Flight 370 disappeared, Malaysia's prime minister says his government is still not prepared to declare it -- and the 239 people on board -- lost.

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Lufkin, TX

#1 Apr 24, 2014
Maybe he will release them on election day,but serious using compass bearing could of helped this whole investigation ,it hard for me to believe with all the data monitoring in the world,a plane like this can be lost, stopping he search will only embolden conspiracy theories ,theyshould first release how much fuel was on the jet plane ,this will narrow down the time of flight ,from my own investigation ,it had travel 965 miles when it passed Banda Aceh ,it had use 1/3 of it fuel supply ,it would never made it too Perth , Perth was probably program in the onboard flight computer , Perth is about 3000 miles from Banda Aceh ,it would ran out fuel near Bandung Indonesia, a flake of paint from satellite in space can be tracked by NORAD in America

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