Malaysia moves towards issuing death certificates and writing-off MH370

MH370 remains missing. The Malaysian authorities now want to issue death certificates for all on board and to draw a line under the whole incident. A declaration of death is a “preventive adjudication”. Normally a presumption of death requires a prolonged period of absence (7 years for example) but can be reached faster after overwhelming evidence of a crash or a sinking or a disaster. For MH370 there is no evidence of any kind.

Death certificates allow the process of closing the whole matter to start. Funds set up for the relatives of those presumed dead and for meeting any damages assessed by courts is a way of “liquidating the damage” and walking away.

A nightmare to wake up from.

The “search” continues in the Indian Ocean –  but the only evidence that this is where the plane is, is based on a calculation method which is itself based on an untested hypothesis. Even the international search team are beginning to entertain the notion that the plane may have landed somewhere.

Today, sources within the International Investigation Team admitted that the search may have to start again from scratch.

Speaking to the New Straits Times, a source said: “We may have to regroup soon to look into this possibility if no positive results come back in the next few days.”

The team has not suggested which country the plane might have landed in and have admitted it was difficult to know for sure if the plane crashed into the Indian Ocean.

But, as reported by Mail Online, sources from the search team said: “The thought of it landing somewhere else is not impossible, as we have not found a single debris that could be linked to MH370.

“However, the possibility of a specific country hiding the plane when more than 20 nations are searching for it, seems absurd,.”

A modern airliner going missing and leaving no trace is also absurd.

That this event was a deliberate act and the observed result is what was intended is increasingly likely.

This was no accident!

 

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