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Some preliminary findings have now been released in relation to the crash of the China Eastern Airlines 737-800 on March 21. Investigators are now examining further if the crash was due to “intentional action on the flight deck”. The early reports say that there is, so far, no evidence of a technical malfunction. “…the Boeing plane took an intentional nosedive”. The Wall Street Journal reported this week that flight data from one of the two “black boxes” on the Boeing jet indicated that “someone in the cockpit intentionally crashed the plane”. The comments were made by people the WSJ cited as […]

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 said that “the speculation had gravely misled the public… and interfered with the accident investigation work”.

Meaning the party leadership have not authorised the version they want the public to know, which is why it was probably leaked, to give them no choice but to tell the truth.

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1 hour ago, palooka said:

which is why it was probably leaked, to give them no choice but to tell the truth.

Which they still won’t do!

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'The hashtag topics of “China Eastern” and “China Eastern black boxes” are banned on Weibo, China’s most popular platform (roughly a Chinese combination of Twitter and Facebook, both of which are banned in China), so that any versions of the Wall Street Journal article weren’t able to be read in China'

VPN? They're not exclusive to the west you know.

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16 minutes ago, Scribble said:

Yeah... And the co pilot too... At exactly the same time... 🤯

Sometimes copilots don't have sufficent time to react.  Could be a number of things but at this point nothing should be ruled out until further investigation.

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Three posts removed.

1 for disinformation 

2 for quoted replies to it.

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8 hours ago, billywillyjones said:

Sometimes copilots don't have sufficent time to react.  Could be a number of things but at this point nothing should be ruled out until further investigation.

Investigators are reported to have said that the pilot and co-pilot did not respond to repeated calls from air traffic controllers or other planes in the immediate area. One source , speaking to Reuters, says… “we were looking at whether the crash was a voluntary act”.

Are you trying to say the copilot didn't even have time to respond? Neither of them? Isn't it more likely one decided not to respond, and the other was incapable of responding. Not hard to figure out what I mean by that. 

The way I've seen it explained is you need to deliberately force the plane to fly downward??? 

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