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Indian Ocean / Missing Plane / Debris / A Discussion (Part I) #1087389

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 31, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The US intelligence report that someone in the cockpit of Malaysian Flight 370 caused it to move introduced. Live discussion held with CNN's Richard Quest & Miles O'Brien & former NTSB director John Goglia about the missing plane. [Using pictures, QUEST - explains the interior of the plane: the avionics that could have been damaged; suggests there could have been a mechanical issue.] [GOGLIA, O'BRIEN - talk about the pilots & the ACAR system & whether it could be disabled.] [O'BRIEN - asserts it was a deliberate act based on the pilot's flight simulator at home.] The conspiracy theory {human intervention} discussed.
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:10

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