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Questions remain in Flight 370 saga

Posted: March 26, 2014 2:00 a.m.
Updated: March 26, 2014 2:00 a.m.
 

Now that the saga of Flight 370 is coming to a close, we have to ask ourselves some serious questions.

What is CNN going to do? The “all supposition all the time” network is going to have to tell all the talking heads, who had no more information than anyone else, that they have to go back to their own room, put on their “tin foil hats,” and accept that their 15 minutes of fame are over.

The determination that the plane went down in the far reaches of the Indian Ocean, at the extreme limits of its range, finally means the relatives’ worst fears are real, but they are real!

The reality is that we may never find the wreckage. If we do, the flight voice recorder overwrites every two hours, so there may not be anything usable to offer an explanation of “Why?”

The other “black box” can give us all kinds of information on what the plane was doing, but no explanation of why it was doing it.

On the local front, will Dana L. Stern Sr. admit that he connected no dots, because there were no dots to connect?

9/11 showed us that the time to use a plane as a weapon is right after you’ve taken control of it.

There is no need to “weaponize a plane; it is weapon enough by itself!

If the crew were acting as terrorists, there were many high-value targets right around them, from Singapore to Beijing to Australia. None of that happened.

 

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