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March 16th, 2014
12:42 PM ET

WEB EXTRA: A twisted timeline of flight 370 updates

Brian Stelter takes a look at some of the key moments from this weeks news coverage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

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  1. Marl

    It is very speculative that the plane disappeared from the radar system because the plane dived at a very steep angle and it went through and through the water. The reason why the cellphones of the passengers still ring it's because the passenger area wasn't penetrated yet with water, but they could not attend to their phones because they were all unconscious. As the plane continued to sink deep down the water, windows started to break-in and all the phones were soaked and the passengers were finally been drowned. We don't need hundreds of ships to find any debris on top of the water because everything went down under the sea. I believe the plane now rest at the bottom of the ocean with all the passengers intact inside it. If we don't deploy submarine to locate the missing plane, then it will remain unsolved mystery.

    In my speculation somebody from the passengers tried to takeover or hijacked the plane but the pilot didn't gave-in, so there was some sort of a fight inside the cockpit and might have touched the electronic device to maneuver the plane to dived. At this very moment the pilot has no way to give any distress signal to what happened to the plane. In my thinking the plane can be found just within the route of the plane.

    March 17, 2014 at 4:44 am | Reply
  2. Jim

    If the plane landed safely shouldn't the smart phones on board sent out pings which would show their location?

    March 16, 2014 at 1:28 pm | Reply

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