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Malaysian Woman Was Right On Lost Airliner Sticking Out Of The Water BEFORE She Knew About Lost Plane Gets Ridiculed By Pilot!

Malaysian woman claims to have seen missing MH370 in the water near Andaman Islands on day it disappeared
~ Latife Dalelah said she saw aircraft-shaped object on Kuala Lumpur flight
~ She told an air stewardess what she'd seen, but was told to get some sleep
~ A pilot said she would have been too high up to identify a plane in water
~ Aircraft and ships renew their search for MH370 in the Andaman Sea
~ Dalelah's sighting made five days before search expanded to its location

As aircraft and ships continued to search for debris which might be that of the missing flight MH370 on Friday a Malaysian woman on a flight across the Indian Ocean claimed to have seen an aircraft in the water near the Andaman Islands on the day the jet disappeared.
The Kuala Lumpur wife was so convinced about what she saw at 2.30pm on March 8, several hours after MH370 vanished, that she filed an official report with police that very day - a full five days before the search for the plane was expanded to the area around the Andaman Islands.
Her account will be seen by many as having credibility as the islands lie within the northern corridor officials speculated that the plane might have travelled along after radar contact was lost.
However, Mrs Dalelah said she had received scorn about her account, including from a pilot who said the aircraft she was on would have been too high for her to have seen anything on the ocean below.
But mother of 10 Mrs Latife Dalelah, 53, insisted she saw a silver object in the shape of an aircraft on the water as she was flying from Jeddah to Kuala Lumpur. It was about an hour after her aircraft had flown past the southern Indian city of Chennai.

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SteveMT's picture

How could they be so wrong with the location?

The direct route from Chennai,India to Kuala Lumpur is 1,616 miles. The Diego Garcia base is southwest of Chennai.

Keep your eye on the eight ball! 777's can't be lost!

Method of deception:

1. Plant woman with story convenient to pre-planned disposal site! Yes plant!

2. Laugh at woman first!

3. Suddenly find the crash site with lots of ... nothing! But call it debris. Tell the world new math has proven it now, and proven that there are no survivors! Just like it was known the first day that it was not 'terrorists' (whatever they are)!

4. Suddenly mysterious woman is right!

5. Nothing there anymore... all gone. Move on.

6. Continue with plans for plane, or passengers, or cargo, or disinformation on stealth, or new safety regulations for control of the masses internationally... etc.

In all this remember:

This is from a current 'Boeing exec.': NEVER FORGET THAT BOEING 777's ARE ALWAYS IN SIGHT!

That is the reason Boeing patented the anti hijack technology! It means that these planes cannot, repeat, CANNOT be hijacked anymore...


Keep your eyes on the hands of the players!

'Follow the money'!

In future events keep in the back of your minds... at least one and possibly up to four major countries, and corporations, KNOW WHERE THAT 777 IS RIGHT NOW... and have know since the day it took off!

It is time we throw out Congress in Toto!

Ron Paul 2016!


The title to this thread is a mess

I thought it was just me

I thought it was just me...this title keeps popping up on main page and each time I get more confused.

"Villains wear many masks, but none as dangerous as the mask of virtue." - Washington Irvin


The sheriff is a 'BING'!

I know, it is a mess, before you thought it was fine

before it was a mess and you thought it was fine, before it was messy.

The Malaysian Prime Mini messed it up

Or the aloof flight attendant messed it up
Or the snickering pilot messed it up

She was right

Malay Prime Mini announces capitulation.
Plane is lost in Indian Ocean.
Not Australia
Not China

Except it was no where near

Where she was flying.

Where "It" is is still a

Where "It" is is still a matter of speculation.

The data is not conclusive.


ChristianAnarchist's picture

I have to agree about being

I have to agree about being too high up to identify the tail of an airliner if they were at cruising altitude. I always fly the window seat because I like to look out and take some pictures and you really would not be able to see a "tail" of any kind of aircraft from anything above 10,000 ft. In fact you would have a hard time making out an aircraft carrier. You could make out it's wake however...

Beware the cult of "government"...

Your comment would make perfectly good sense

IF the 'tail' hadn't been connected to a wing, and a 'silver aircraft shape'.

"she saw a silver object in the shape of an aircraft on the water", followed by "I took a closer look and was shocked to see what looked like the tail and wing of an aircraft on the water,"

That's funny because

I can EASILY make out the shape of a plane that is flying at 10,000 feet.

You can See A Lot

From 5 miles up you can see pretty good on the ocean below. Anything longer than 50ft sticks out. Even on choppy days a single boat with no wake sticks out against the random pattern of waves.

Aircraft Carriers stick out pretty good with escorts spread out pretty far around it.

I just saw this from 3 days ago: http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/missing-jet/sightings-missi...

SteveMT's picture

Good. Better late than never.

Following-up on leads initially ridiculed & not considered may be the key to ending this disaster.