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March 31st, 2014
10:03 PM ET

Malaysia investigation failures: New last words were 'Good night Malaysian three seven zero'

After three weeks of fruitless searching, Malaysian investigators keep getting it wrong.

Time and time again, the public was told one thing - only to be told days later that the information was wrong.

Malaysian government officials said Monday the last words from Flight 370's cockpit were "Good night Malaysian three-seven-zero" - not "All right, good night" as we were told for weeks.

MH370: New last words from cockpit: 'Good night Malaysian three seven zero'

Has the Malaysian government botched the investigation?

CNN's David Mattingly takes a closer at the missteps in the search to Flight 370.

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  1. Collin La Mey

    I heard that but I dont believe it's that significant. The pundits were using that to say maybe the pilots were really sending a subliminal message to say they were in trouble. I believe Malayusia not telling people that their military radar picked up the plane falling 24000ft was more significant. Thailand picked up something on radar and failed to report it in a timely manner. Australia saying they have credible information about what the sattelite images picked was also a setback. Now we know thd satellites are picking up fishing equipment and jellyfish. Maybe the plain lost control and spun out of control. Maybe it veered back north. Maybe it's something like Gilligan's Island. You know the millionaire and his wife, the movie star, Professor and Miriam -here on Gilligan's island.

    April 1, 2014 at 1:07 am | Reply
  2. DTS

    CNN,

    In regards to Nic Robertson's report:

    Do you realize *Anyone* who has been following the disappearance of Malaysia Flight 370 possesses enough information to qualify as a "source(s) with knowledge of the investigation"; particularly when said "source(s)" are *Unnamed* and *Not On Record*?

    March 31, 2014 at 11:36 pm | Reply

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