The World Is Shocked Over PM Najib's Recent Announcement That MH370 Has "Ended In The Southern Indian Ocean"
Struck By Grief And Anger, Chinese Families Of MH370 Passengers Have Rioted At The Malaysian Embassy In Beijing Over Claims Of Murder And Lies
Media Is Asking Whether The Malaysian Government Can Be Trusted With The MH370 Conclusion
Malaysians Have Also Expressed Skepticism Towards The Capabilities Of The Nation When It Comes To Handling The MH370 Investigation
In All This, CNN's Aviation And Airline Correspondent Richard Quest Have Defended The Malaysian Government Through A Series Of Tweets
Quest Admits That The Malaysian Government Had Made Some Mistakes, But The Incident Is Indeed Unprecedented
NTSB, FAA, BEA And AAIB Are All Involved In The Search And Rescue Operation. Quest Says It Is Silly To Suggest That Only First World Countries Should Investigate.
"The National Transportation Safety Board, the Federal Aviation Agency, the Bureau d'Enquêtes et d'Analyses, the Air Accidents Investigation Bureau are all accredited and taking part. It's silly to suggest that only first world countries should investigate. Worse, it is wrong. The Malaysians are in unique circumstances," posted the aviation expert early Tuesday.thestar.com.my
The Aviation Expert Says No One In Their Right Mind Would Have Expected MH370 To Be So Far In The Opposite Direction Without Any Radar Or Warning
"The Malaysians Are Damed If They Did Release The Info And Damned If They Don't"
Quest Says The Investigation Has Not Been A Disaster
But The Big Scandalous Question Is How The Malaysian Military Missed The Flight Going Back Across The Country