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March 24th, 2014
07:32 PM ET

Malaysia Air text to families: None on board survived

Brooke talks to psychologist Erik Fisher about the Malaysian Air text message to MH370 families that read in part, "none of those on board survived."

Filed under: Brooke Baldwin • CNN Newsroom
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  1. izraul

    Why is this confirmed fact being withheld?

    On board Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 were 20 employees from Freescale Semiconductor, a Texas-based technology firm. They were based in several manufacturing sites in Kuala Lumpur and Tianjin, China; 12 of the employees were from Malaysia and eight were from China, a spokeswoman for the company confirmed.

    “It is conceivable that the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 plane is ‘cloaked’, hiding with high-tech electronic warfare weaponry that exists and is used,” “In fact, this type of technology is precisely the expertise of Freescale, that has 20 employees on board the missing flight,” it said.

    Also a previous Fox News story explained their new stealth technology that makes airplanes invisible to radar, and can also make them hard to spot with the naked eye. Freescale Semiconductor has been developing microprocessors, sensors and other technology for the past 50 years. The technology it creates is commonly referred to as embedded processors, which according to the firm are “standalone semiconductors that perform dedicated computing functions in electronic systems”.

    The passengers on board were engineers and other experts working to make Freescale Semiconductor chip facilities in Tianjin and Kuala Lumpur more efficient, said Mitch Haws, vice- president, global communications and investor relations.

    “These were people with a lot of experience and technical background and they were very important people,” Haws said.

    Hmmm… So much attention on one story and yet no mention of this major relative fact.. imagine that!

    March 24, 2014 at 8:09 pm |
  2. Jhn Wngo exUS Navy

    Why are there no submarines in the Indian Ocean looking for flight 370 ? Doesn't make sense to only use airplanes and helicopters, and ships on top of the water.

    John Wingo
    ex U S. Navy

    March 24, 2014 at 10:07 pm |
  3. AJ Saiz (@ajsaiz)

    Why doesn't someone grab a spare wing of a wheel and show it to Ashley so she won't be so frustrated.......

    March 25, 2014 at 12:32 pm |
  4. B-Rad

    While airliner crashes and the accompanying losses of life are tragic – why is the media – and CNN in particular – so entrenched in this story? Thousands are dying everyday from hunger, natural disasters, war, oppressive regimes, etc. What happened to the coverage of those events? It seems that since the 370 crash, reporting on other important issues has all but disappeared. Even though the facts and theories surrounding flight 370 have all been reported in excruciating detail – we continue to be inundated by this coverage overkill. While I feel for the families and victims of this aviation disaster – the world is still revolving. Let's put the 370 crash coverage on the back-burner until new, definitive info comes to light. There are plenty of other issues that need our immediate attention.

    March 25, 2014 at 1:11 pm |
  5. GT

    Condolences to the families of the victims onboard MH370.

    The Malayasian airlines and the Govt. Are and will be the target either way from the media. Every ones looking for an answer, so are the Malayasian airlines!

    They have to give an answer, its logical to draw a conclusion on the fate of the plane and passengers given the data available and the time loss.

    March 25, 2014 at 5:23 pm |
  6. itzmeaxle

    Reblogged this on axlerosebm07.

    March 26, 2014 at 5:50 am |
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    Reblogged this on dadzadee8's Blog.

    March 27, 2014 at 10:31 am |
  8. liliyaboyanova

    Reblogged this on liliyaboyanova and commented:
    Is that all?

    March 29, 2014 at 4:26 pm |

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