Families of Chinese passengers claim that Malaysian airlines flight MH370 never crashed. Their claim of conspiracy is based on the lack of evidence.
In a statement released today, they said the Malaysian authorities did not explain their delay in releasing the satellite data from Inmarsat, which provided the determinations for the underwater search.
There was also “compelling evidence” that the debris washed up Reunion Island was suspect, they said.
“Also, our perception of the ineptitude, the lack of both transparency and compassion of the Malaysian authorities throughout the entire process give us no reason to trust the initial and subsequent announcements and their motives in pursuing the current path of investigation.
The families said if the missing passengers were still alive, they were willing to offer the perpetrators amnesty in return for their safe release.
Flight MH370 disappeared from radar on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
All 227 passengers and 12 crew members on board are presumed dead after an official declaration by the government, classifying the incident as an accident based on international aviation rules. – February 13, 2016.