| Wildfire wrote:|
I really, really not being insensitive...and I havent been following the news as closely as others...but can someone explain to me how this unfortunate incident is anybody's "fault"?
What is it that wasn't done, that the families feel could have prevented this incident? Has it been established that terrorism was involved?
i don't know if "fault" is the correct term but here is why i think the combination of Malaysia and the Malaysian airlines are responsible:
1- they took money to take passengers from one place to another and failed in that duty
2- the Malaysian military saw a plane in their own airspace on the west that was unidentified and didn't question it, when the plane went missing they didn't ask any of the countries to the west (like Thailand) to check their own radar to see if they saw the same thing
3-boeing offers additional in flight status information that's available by subscription. Malaysian airlines chose not to subscribe. but that's where the "ping" info is coming from the disabled boieing service they didn't pay for, there's a lot more info that could have been gathered if they had not made the financial decision not to subscribe to the service
4-malaysia doesn't check the interpol database for lost of stolen passports they know for sure of two people were on this plane who were not who they said they were, whose to say who else was on that plane?
5- they have taken a ridiculous amount of time to reach out and share information with different governments that could make the investigation progress more quickly, just like questioning the thai gov't on what they saw, why did it take them so long to turn over the "ping" data to the service to have it analyzed? they spent at least 10 days searching the north when they should have gone south
i'm not even going to mention the "your family is dead based on our calculations" text and all the inaccurate info they've put out before that point, why would anyone believe anything they say at this point?