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Malaysian PM: Flaperon Belongs To Missing Malaysia Flight MH370, But French Disagree

21st Century Wire says…

Authorities seem to be claiming for certain that the piece of aircraft found on La Reunion Island is from missing Flight MH370.

The media, led by CNN’s boisterous ‘aviation expert’ Richard Quest, were loudly claiming how this was a ‘conclusive match’, and although the Malaysian Prime Minister said it was “conclusive”, the actual French investigation spokesman, Paris Deputy Prosecutor, Serge Mackowaik, at today’s press conference clearly stated on world TV that it’s not a confirmation, but rather, only a “strong supposition” that the flaperon debris piece might be from MH370.

Any further conclusions from investigators will be pending further analysis – which could take many months.

When CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin challenged Quest’s previous ‘confirmation’ claim, Quest became visibly agitated on air, and cut into Baldwin, writing off the lack of confirmation by French authorities as mere “semantics”.

IMAGE: British media embed (agent?), Richard Quest, working hard to play gatekeeper on the MH370 story.

Clearly, something doesn’t add up with this part of the story. It appears that CNN’s Quest and others are attempting to steer the narrative into their own direct.

Oddly, Quest appears to be  playing the role of (un)official media gatekeeper for this international ‘crisis’ event. Amazingly, just weeks before MH370 disappeared, it was Richard Quest who was given ‘exclusive access’ to the cockpit of Fariq Abdul Hamid – the co-pilot on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Watch:

Still, the real questions regarding this missing Boeing passenger airline – remain unanswered.

Will the media and the western authorities use this latest find to finally create a “closure” narrative, imploring the world public to finally “move along” away from this embarrassing story? Most probably, yes.

Still no official agency has dared to address, much less acknowledge the existence of the Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot system on board this and other planes – a revelation which would likely lead investigators closer to the truth…

MH370 debris piece found on the shores of La Reunion Islands.

Huff Post

Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak confirmed on Wednesday that plane debris found on the shore of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean belongs to missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, Reuters reports.

The large object, now understood to be part of the crashed plane, was found on July 29 on the small French island east of Madagascar.

Authorities and aviation experts quickly determined that the piece appeared to be from a Boeing 777 — the  same type of aircraft as MH370 — and was possibly part of its wing. On August 3, The Malaysian government confirmed that the object, a wing piece known as a flaperon, belonged to a plane of that type.

Experts from multiple nations gathered in the French city of Toulouse and began examining the debris on August 5. Analysts hoped that the piece could provide clues to the location of MH370, and studied elements such as the unique use of paint on the flaperon to determine whether it matched Malaysia Airlines planes.

The search for MH370 has been ongoing since the flight abruptly lost contact with ground crew and shifted course in the early hours of March 8, 2014. The mysterious disappearance of the plane and the 239 people it carried on board spurred an international search, but turned up little results.

The search area shifted several times throughout the investigation and finally settled on tens of thousands square miles off the west coast of Australia. Several promising leads turned out unsuccesful. Objects found in the southern Indian Ocean and believed to have been tied to the plane ended up not being part of MH370…

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