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CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 14, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A new "Wall Street Journal" report that the focus is now on sabotage of vanished Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 re-introduced. Live discussion held with CNN's Barbara Starr, MIT professor John Hansman, "Wall Street Journal" reporter Andy Pasztor† and airline pilot Ron Brown about Flight 370. [STARR - says the conclusion from the US intelligence community is coming to human intervention due to changes in the flight path.] [HANSMAN - says there is a chance of a mechanical failure and the course changes do not make a mechanical sense.] [PASZTOR - explains why the change of direction had to be manually done and why the search starts in the Indian Ocean.] [BROWN - says training would be needed to land the 777, so there had to be three people {hijackers} in control of the plane.]
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:10:50

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