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Malaysian Plane Tragedy – Family Members Insist That Their Loved One's Phones' Ring
This A Reason For Families to Hope for the Best?
to many news services; the family members of the passengers aboard
Malaysian Airlines Flight MH 370 have been calling the mobile phone
numbers of their missing relatives and have been getting a ringing
Chinese gentleman went on TV in China, called his relative and showed
the TV crew that the phone was ringing. It was also reported in one
of the articles below that Malaysian officials called the flight
crews mobile phones and they rang as well. Many people were
speculating that these reports were just cruel jokes and not at all
true. However this has not been proved and Malaysian officials
obviously do not think that they can track the phones, or the relatives
and loved ones would have been told this was happening.
in Australia have reported that loved ones have been imploring
officials to track these mobile phone signals in order to find the
plane and hopefully rescue their loved ones.
providers have said that the ringing signal could be because the
phone is searching for a network. However, it was pretty obvious they
were not sure.
the Australian Maritime Safety Authority reported a satellite spotted
debris in the Indian Ocean, about two and a half thousand kilometers
from Perth, Western Australia. Perhaps it would have been better to
examine this debris before alerting the press. The families of the
passengers aboard this flight really need to hear news that tells
them something. It would have been a lot better to wait until they
had confirmed whether this debris is from the missing aircraft.
the weekend the news services reported that they believed the plane
had been hijacked and searches of the pilots residences' were carried
out, as it was discovered the their communication equipment aboard
the plane had been tampered with and disabled deliberately. However,
even after this was discovered the Malaysian officials would still
not confirm the plane had been hijacked. This has made the families
lose faith in what they are being told, they are sick and tired of
the trickle of useless information they are receiving, to the point
where there was a confrontation with Malaysian officials when some of
the family members tried to talk to members of the press.
all is said and done, this is an awful tragedy and I really hope they
get some answers soon. I guess all anyone can do at this point is
wait, hope and pray. I am also hoping that this telco provider
official was wrong and the loved ones who did call their family
members phones did actually connect, because that would mean the
plane is not in the ocean. However, this cannot be proved.
is a complete mystery. Who goes to the trouble of hijacking a plane
to simply crash into the sea? Why did they change course and go in a
completely different direction. The simple fact that the plane headed
west surely must mean that whoever was at the controls had a plan to
land the plane somewhere. Terrorist's sometimes carry out suicide
missions, and this could be what happened, but it just seems really
stupid to go to the trouble of turning off all communication systems
and changing course. If they were planning to crash the plane either
into the sea or on land somewhere, why go to all the trouble of
trying to remain invisible.
it is wishful thinking on my part because I want a happy ending for
the families who must be out of their minds with grief and I simply
do not the like the thought of two hundred and thirty nine people
dying for no good reason. So tonight I will be praying that this
debris is not that of the Malaysian airliner, because if it is then
that means the passengers and crew on this flight have died.
we will have some news sometime tomorrow. The weather in the location
they were searching was not good today and a Navy ship is on it's way
to meet the aircraft, and this will take a few days. However if the
weather improves tomorrow, perhaps the pilots in the RAAF planes who
should already be at the location might be able to get close enough
to identify the debris. In the meantime the waiting, the questions
and the speculation continues.