Family of missing MH370 passengers write 18-page letter to Prime Ministers of Australia and Malaysia demanding answers about the doomed flight as search team announces it is to send technology deeper
- Families have slammed ‘skimpy accounts’ of what happened
- Sent the letter to Tony Abbott and Malaysia’s PM Najib Razak
- Want raw radar data from MH370 be released for independent analysis
- The Malaysia Airlines plane went missing on March 8
- Underwater search is to begin a deeper hunt in the southern Indian Ocean
Friday, 23 May 2014 10:37
WE WANT ANSWERS: MH370 families write 18-page letter to Prime Ministers of Australia and M’sia
Furious family members of those on board MH370 have written an 18-page letter demanding answers, 76 days after the Malaysia Airlines plane went missing without a trace.
It claims the families are fed up with ‘skimpy accounts’ of what occurred. ‘There is some confusion over the [plane’s] last point of contact,’ the letter reads.
It has been sent to Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, days before a deeper search of the southern Indian Ocean begins.
A host of Malaysian ministers and Government bodies involved in the so far fruitless search also received a copy of the letter, which calls for all the wrong information about what happened to their loved ones to be erased.
It analyses the preliminary report into the plane’s disappearance, which was released on May 1.
(Sarah Bajc) has spoken up for the families involved in writing the letter, who were helped by a host of experts, including retired pilots and air traffic controllers and military experts to compile their report.
Ms Bajc, who lives in Beijing, said the 350 family members want more answers about the investigation to be released and for transparency, the Courier Mail reports.
They have asked that raw radar data from MH370 be released for independent analysis.
And they have also questioned how authorities could be certain the Boeing 777 had crashed into the southern Indian Ocean.
ANGRY family members of those on board MH370 have sent an 18-page letter to the Prime Ministers of Australia and Malaysia, demanding answers about the ill-fated flight.