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April 23rd, 2014
10:43 PM ET

Expert: Every piece of debris counts in Flight 370 investigation

Investigators are examining a so-called "object of interest" that could be a piece of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

The debris is described as a piece of jagged sheet metal with rivets and fiberglass coating that washed up on the coast of Australia, which is about a thousand miles from the current search area.

MH370 search: Object found on Australian coast wasn't from missing plane

Early reports indicate the debris is not likely from the plane.

CNN's Miguel Marquez says that any potential piece of evidence, no matter how small could be crucial to determining what happened to the missing jet.

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  1. Collin LaMey

    Evidently!! If the plane was blown from the sky – you would probably find some chemical on the debris. If it hit the water and broke apart the debris could give an indication. You have some GREAT MINDS in Australia. Then you talk about INMARSAT. That's your problem because when the guy from Inmarsat was talking about how he concluded that the plane was in The South Indian Ocean, he was rambling. I am of the opinion that Inmarsat is trying to trip up the investigation. BTW: WHAT"S AN INMARSAT? I guess the AT stands for Air Traffic and the R stand for Rambling. I BELIEVE INVESTIGATORS should look at The weaponary of Australia and Malaysia to see if any weapons were fired but its way past THE FIRST 48 HRS. IT'S ALMOST THE FIRST 48 DAYS.

    April 24, 2014 at 12:31 am | Reply
  2. Collin LaMey

    Evidently!! If the plane was blown from the sky – you would probably find some chemical on the debris. If it hit the water and broke apart the debris could give an indication. You have some GREAT MINDS in Australia. Then you talk about INMARSAT. That's your problem because when the guy from Inmarsat was talking about how he concluded that the plane was in The South Indian Ocean, he was rambling. I am of the opinion that Inmarsat is trying to trip up the investigation. BTW: WHAT"S AN INMARSAT? I guess the AT stands for Air Traffic and the R stand for Rambling. I BELIEVE INVESTIGATORS should look at The weaponary of Australia and Malaysia to see if any weapons were fired but its way past THE FIRST 48. IT'S ALMOST THE FIRST 48 DAYS.

    April 24, 2014 at 12:30 am | Reply

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