Saturday, March 8, 2014

FORMER NTSB MEMBER: TERRORISM MUST BE CONSIDERED IN MISSING MALAYSIA AIRLINES INCIDENT

Former NTSB member Dr. Vernon Grose tells me in an interview for 1010 WINS that there are only two possibilities for an aircraft to suddenly disappear without warning from radar. A catastrophic failure of the Boeing 777 - which he says is quite unlikely - or a terrorist attack. He says we might not know for certain what happened until what we commonly refer to as the "black boxes" are recovered. They have the ability to ping a signal in water, he says, for six years.

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