S. Martin Shelton

Retired U.S.Navy Captain, Novelist

Malaysia Flight 370 Update


Last week, the Malaysian government announced that the flalperon found on 29 July is from the Boeing 777, Malaysia Flight 370 that disappeared on 8 March 2014. The flalperon washed on the western shore of the French department of Reunion—a small island in the Indian Ocean about 600 miles west of Madagascar. Aviation experts in Toulouse, France made this confirmation earlier today.

Unfortunately, strong and irregular ocean currents in the Indian Ocean and the twenty-month lapse since the Boeing 777 went missing make in nigh impossible to backtrack such evidence to approximate the crash site.

This hard evidence destroys my conspiracy thesis—now, to outrages to mention. I reckon that the hound did bark. ‘Nuff said.


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