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Revealed: the final 54 minutes of
communication from MH370

Telegraph, by Jonathan Pearlman & Kuala Lumpur*

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Posted By:Drive, 3/21/2014 3:56:13 PM

The Telegraph has obtained the full communication record of MH370, including the crucial moments in the lead-up to the disappearance of the Boeing 777 and its 239 passengers. It reveals the messages relayed between the cockpit and air traffic controllers during the period when the plane is believed by investigators to have already been sabotaged. As the search continues for possible wreckage of the aircraft in the southern Indian Ocean, the transcript marks a further piece of evidence in the baffling mystery of flight MH370. It shows that – according to numerous experts – the two-way banter between Fariq Abdul

*Additional reporting by Adam Wu


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Reply 1 - Posted by: BaseballFan, 3/21/2014 4:22:37 PM     (No. 9778870)

Media are definitely grasping for anything to report. This story was 99.99% useless as ´news´.

The Scene: The Telegraph editor´s office.

Editor: Pearlman! Get it here! We´ve got new dope on the Malaysia Air story.

Pearlman: I´m your man, Chief! What´s new?

Ed.: We´ve got the record on all the communications leading up to the disaster. Here, give them a read.

Pearlman: (after reading): Chief, I don´t know... everything and everyone I´ve talked to says there´s nothing unusual about the communications.

Ed.: Pearlman! Do your job! Write SOMETHING! Anything!

And so it goes...

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