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April 8th, 2014
09:51 PM ET

Passenger's partner on possibility plane might not be found: "that's the scariest option of all"

Family and friends of those on board Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are still waiting for a definitive answer on what happened to their loved ones.

Among them is Sarah Bajc, whose partner Philip Wood was a passenger on Flight 370.

She tells Erin Burnett about her frustrations with the investigation and hopes the plane might be found.

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  1. Judy McClanahan

    Can a plane avoid radar, land remotely, remove black box, drop it in the Indian Ocean independently after hiding plane on remote runway for future use for terrorists. Remember there was credible "chatter" for terrorist threat from possibly Indonesia during the Olympics,

    April 11, 2014 at 1:17 am | Reply
    • RS Colombo

      Yes it is possible to avoid radar especiaIly in placesa where the technology is not the latest. I still contend that the Pilot "abducted the plane on purpose to prove a point about the radar and help his friend who has been claiming that the radar technology update was frought with fraud and waste. The pilot (and his daughter who lives in Australia and attends college there) had "good intentions" but they went bad. I say he was trying to prove a point about the inadeaquacy of the malaysian radar net and also come to the aid of his politically persecuted friend who was a radar "insider" and detractror of its upgrade costs/capabilities? He constructed a careful plan to take the plane, avoid the radar as proof of its fraud/waste/inadequacy and head to "safely" land in Australia – but he ran out of gas just before making it to within an hour of Perth and had to ditch the plane. he may have even put the passengers and crew to sleep with a gas while he was doing the deed.

      April 15, 2014 at 5:18 pm | Reply
  2. RS Colombo

    It is suprising to me that no one has postulated a reason for an "abduction" of the plane and its contents that show the pilot (and his daughter who lives in Australia and attends college there) having "good intentions" that went bad. Suppose he was trying to prove a point about the inadeauacy of the malaysian radar net and also come to the aid of his politically persecuted friend who was a radar "insider" and detractror of its upgrade costs/capabilities? He constructed a careful plan to take the plane, avoid the radar as proof of its fraud/waste/inadequacy and head to "safely" land in Australia - but ran out of gas just before making it to within an hour of Perth?

    April 9, 2014 at 9:05 am | Reply

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