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    Posted April 3, 2014 by
    Erwin33850
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    Lake Alfred, Florida
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    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

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    Missing Malaysian Air flight MH370 was sighted over the Maldives island of Kuda Huvadhoo, SW of the southern tip of India, flying very low heading SE and confirmed as being white with red stripes. This sighting occured at 6:15 AM local time when dark down on ground but light up in air allowing the ID. The heading of SE could mean MH370 flew westerly north of the island, banking left, and resulted in landing at Male' International Airport with another left turn lining up the north-south runway. If MH370 actually landed there, it could have been secretly refueled under cover of darkness and left for parts unknown. This reporter found this sighting covered with the details by "themalaysianinsider" dot com, including the fact MH370's Captain had loaded that airport in his home flight simulator. Comment has been added by this reporter to the MH370 article on Wolf Blitzer's Situation Room, if you have any interest in how the flight could have come to be in the Maldives with senerio plane was stolen and wreckage search futile. The passengers and crew could well be alive and Boeing 777 being readied for an unknown use. The Maldives sightings above have been grossly under reported but could be the key to solving the mystery of MH370's disappearance.

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