Revisiting MH370: American Company Lends Hand in Finding Missing Plane

[Editor’s note: The MH370 farce continues, more money being spent on fake searches, more anguish for the relatives still seeking answers, it’s all one big psyop to hide the simple fact that MH370 ended up strewn across the fields of the Donbass. Ian]

Revisiting MH370: American Company Lends Hand in Finding Missing Plane

With the original underwater search dragging on for years and costing millions, Ocean Infinity, a Texas-based firm that specializes in seabed exploration technology, announced Friday it had submitted an offer to the Malaysian government to renew the search for the missing MH370 flight.

The company’s offer comes as the family members of the victims continue to plead with the Malaysian government to reinitiate the public search called off earlier this year, or allow private searches to begin.

Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 disappeared from radars on March 8, 2014. The search for flight, coordinated by Australia, Malaysia and China, was called off in early January after the three-year investigation failed to provide any concrete evidence of what actually happened.

“The terms of the offer are confidential, but I can … confirm that Ocean Infinity have offered to take on the economic risk of a renewed search,” the company told NBC News. “We’re in a constructive dialogue with the relevant authorities and are hopeful that the offer will be accepted.”

According to Voice370, a support group for the family of MH370, the proposal was first submitted nearly four months ago. The group isn’t sure why the Malaysian government is dragging its feet.

​”Why hasn’t Malaysia accepted this win-win offer?” the group’s statement read. “It has been more than four months now since Ocean Infinity first made the offer to carry out the search with a fee payable contingent upon success.”

“We believe this offer should be accepted without further delay,” the release added.

The government has yet to respond to the families’ question as of Friday afternoon.

“We are constantly in limbo. [Authorities] do not engage us,” Grace Nathan, a lawyer whose mother, Anne Daisy, was on the doomed flight, told AFP. “We are always kept in the dark.”

Last year, a team of experts concluded the flight most likely crashed in a 9,700-square-mile area of ocean southwest of Australia; however, the three nations said the newly-identified area was simply too large to justify resuming the publicly-funded search. Malaysia, Australia and China have already spent roughly a combined $150 million.

Speaking to NBC News, Darren Chester, Australia’s transport minister, stated that since the aircraft was registered in Malaysia, that country “retains overall authority for any future search [efforts].”

“Australia stands ready to assist the Malaysian government in any way it can,” Chester’s statement noted.

In early August, Peter Bellew, CEO for Malaysia Airlines, announced that the downed passenger plane would eventually be found — within the next three or four years — with the help of artificial intelligence.

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7 Responses to "Revisiting MH370: American Company Lends Hand in Finding Missing Plane"

  1. zman  August 15, 2017 at 10:45 am

    Too bad finger prints of the corpses on MN17 were not taken and compared to those on the MH17 passenger list. That would be a tell all. If it was done, where is the proof? Why wouldn’t they have produced the data and shared it before confirmation of actual identities so that multiple organizations could be assured that the conformation was legit?? Way to many questions left to believe their narrative.

  2. Trakkath  August 13, 2017 at 9:29 pm

    What better way to spy on and around Malaysia then this way ? They don´t allow US forces on their soil and this may be another way to invade the country and the surrounding ressources under the intent to search for MH 370.

  3. MileHighLife  August 13, 2017 at 3:59 pm

    Bo(eing) knows the fate of MH370 as every 777 G.E./Roll-Royce engine sends a maintenance data “ping” every 30 minutes. The pings include GPS location, speed, and altitude. Pilots can’t turn the pinger off but, surprisingly, can switch the aircraft’s transponder off. Even if — what about the multitudes of modern radar, mobile & land-based, which can detect any metallic object (much less a 777) at any altitude within Earth’s firmament…er, I mean troposphere?

    Need I even bring up the Navy’s or NSA’s electronic tracking capabilities? No doubt the Aussie military has said capabilities — China, too.

    The reach of the worldwide shadow government is vast, and the multiple country coverup of the MH370/MH17 murders are an example of such — just as WWI, II, worldwide debt slavery…and all roads STILL lead to Rome (via satanic Vatican/Jesuits/Masons/Talmudists).

  4. Chris Paul  August 13, 2017 at 2:58 pm

    The roles played by Holland and Australia in this saga are highly ambiguous and both have skin in the game.

  5. joetv  August 13, 2017 at 1:15 pm

    AI will find it. MH370 is too smart for us humans to retrieve. Bottom line is Malaysia knows the aircraft is not in the water. Why risk an independant search which in all likelyhood will end with the declaration; MH370 is not in the Indian Ocean. Then what?

  6. Dbooger  August 13, 2017 at 11:50 am

    Too little too late – the first place they should have looked was Diego Garcia, then Israeli airport hangers big enough to hold MH370.
    This is a sick comedy by the psychos trying to run the world.

  7. ksp  August 13, 2017 at 11:20 am

    We have seen reports on VT that Rolls Royce monitors it’s engine continuously and would know
    exactly where both of them went.

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