Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 Shoot Down Over South China Sea – News Update

There is really no way to predict what will happen in the future, but there are ways to use news updates to your advantage. News and updates can influence the decisions you make and the decisions of those around you. For instance, did you know that the Associated Press routinely publishes articles and reports based on information they receive from various sources? They receive it all the time from other media sources. That same information is then reported by various news outlets to their respective websites with updated headlines.

A couple of days ago, the Associated Press published an article that was based on a secret internal report that the AP had obtained. In the report, the AP discussed the latest news regarding the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight. The news that dominated the headlines and news coverage for several days was the revelation that the Malaysian airlines had found the black boxes in the Flight simulator.

It is widely known that the Malaysian Airlines Flight was accidentally wiped out over Malaysia with all luggage bound for Thailand hidden inside the passenger manifest. However, the most interesting news out of this story was that the black boxes were actually found in a location that has not been disclosed. That news release caused many news agencies, including the Associated Press, to run updates and reports on their websites, giving details that weren’t even in the public domain a few hours ago. For instance, the Associated Press published details about the location of the next possible recovery point and said that officials believe it is a military radar installation.

There are a couple of theories out there as to why this news broke. Some experts have suggested that perhaps the government made a deal with the killers or that the person who managed the Malaysia Airlines flight was involved in some sort of terrorist act in the country. In addition to that, the next possible news was that the plane had landed in an area of the Indian Ocean that has been off limits to the media due to the bad weather conditions. This could explain why the Malaysian airlines released so few details, or why the Malaysian air force said the radar was located in the Indian Ocean.

Now, on the other hand, there are those who believe that the news is a setup and that they were staged by the families of the victims in order to get more money from the grieving. That is certainly possible, but even the most pessimistic conspiracy theorist has to acknowledge that there is a shred of evidence that strongly suggests otherwise. What we do know is that the missing Malaysian plane and the black boxes have turned up, which strongly suggests that the news that the plane was shot down over the Gulf of Thailand was actually true.

If you wish to help bring closure to the nightmare of missing flight MH 17, you can help by searching the internet for: Diane Varela,ilot; Anne Bancroft, stewardess; Ruben Studer, co-pilot; Richard Lemos, flight engineer; Ruben Bajic, cabin crew member; and Didier Drogba, passenger. You can add the names of the Malaysia airlines as well as the US Department of Defense, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, and the Canadian Transportation Safety Board in your search Google search results. I highly recommend that you keep this information on your computer and you have the option to print out the hard copy if you want to take it with you after you release your news. You can also post this news on various forums on the internet to help find missing loved ones. There are several gopro cameras on the net that you can use, so this can be a very cheap way to assist you in ensuring that you get justice for the memory of your lost loved ones.