April 29th, 2014
09:22 PM ET

MH370 passenger's partner: I hope it's not the plane

An Australian company says it has found plane wreckage and called on officials of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 search to investigate the Bay of Bengal.

Search officials ruled out the location weeks ago.

But the company, GeoResonance says they have proof there is a plane in the ocean and gave the information to Malaysian officials on March 31st.

Searchers dispute company's claim that it may have found aircraft wreckage

Malaysian investigators say they are still assessing the credibility of the data.

Sarah Bajc, partner of Flight 370 passenger is OutFront on the new claim and audio released of the plane's final conversation with the control tower.

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  1. Rhonda

    Ultimately it is the Malaysian governments investigation, they would have to be the ones to ask for that help.

    May 25, 2014 at 3:49 pm | Reply
  2. Ian

    US Navy submarine sonar is designed to detect other submarines which operate relatively close to the surface. They are not designed to scan the bottom on the ocean 2 miles down.

    May 24, 2014 at 7:18 pm | Reply
  3. Atom Tom

    Geo has provided almost exact L&L's for their findings. The cost to send a ship or two into that area is minimal. Is this a coverup for gross incompetence or just companies lying to get their business Nama out into the public eye. Even bad press is good press to heighten awareness of your form. China has the resources along with the large test loss of life. They should get their butts their ASAP.

    May 24, 2014 at 12:35 pm | Reply
  4. Rick

    Mysterious as to why the Obama Regime hasn't used the US Navy. Our attack submarines can sweep the oceans with their highly sensitive sonar and metal detection systems (used to detect other subs) to find MH370. Apparently secrecy about our capabilities is far more important than giving 227 families closure in a terrible incident.

    May 24, 2014 at 10:07 am | Reply
    • devodude

      Why should the USA even be involved? It's not a US carrier, and there were VERY few Americans on board. It's a heck of a mystery, but it's not our problem to be wasting money on.

      May 24, 2014 at 12:08 pm | Reply
    • J

      You obviously have not the slightest clue as to how sonar and sound propagation work in water, pressure and thermal layers.

      May 24, 2014 at 9:49 pm | Reply
    • Jerseygirl

      It's a shame. Should he propose it, there will be an uproar about there not being enough money....we should take care of our own problems. Should he just give the order, he will be called King Obama....and since he hasn't done it, we're wondering why the hell not. (I agree with you)

      Just like with everything else, money talks and it's ALL about the money. Sad but definitely true. Someone is making a lot of money out of all this search time...I mean, if you're interested in finding this plane...shouldn't you at least look?

      Just like the Nigerian government.....I guarantee you someone is making a lot of money out of those girls' abductions as well...and why it took weeks for the world to find out, and even longer for us to help....is beyond me....maybe we aren't geting involved because those people can't be saved, but hopefully the girls can....all I know is......money friggin talks. (:/

      May 27, 2014 at 1:01 pm | Reply
  5. kj

    Why not still check it out??

    May 20, 2014 at 10:19 am | Reply
  6. Yonatan

    How come they can't or don't put satellite phones in commercial planes for pilots or other employees to use in case of emergencies?

    April 30, 2014 at 4:48 pm | Reply
  7. Collin LaMey

    I see no reason why they should not look into this. I believr it must be the plane. The search team is just embarrassed that they did not confugure the plane to be in that area. IT'S ALL EGO!!!!

    April 30, 2014 at 12:27 am | Reply

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