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Analyst Says Malaysia Hides NH370 Information on Purpose
Satellite imagery provided to Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) of objects that may be possible debris of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in a revised area 185 km (115 miles) to the south east of the original search area in this picture released by AMSA (3/20). Search aircraft are investigating two objects floating in the southern Indian Ocean off Australia that could be debris from a Malaysian jetliner missing for 12 days with 239 people on board. REUTERS/Australian Maritime Safety Authority/Handout via REUTERS
Friday, 21 March, 2014 | 09:58 WIB
Analyst Says Malaysia Hides NH370 Information on Purpose

TEMPO.CO, Kuala Lumpur - Entering the 13th day of the Malaysia Airline flight MH370 plane search, some aviation experts suspected that Malaysian authorities have already discover the whereabouts of the plane. However, many believed that the information is being covered to protect the country's satellite capabilities, hide mistakes or avoid tipping off interested parties.

"We're dealing with military organizations, and they don't want to tell you, and especially they don't want to tell you if it looks like they really screwed up," said Hans Weber, a San Diego-based aviation consultant, as quoted by Malaysian Insider on Thursday, March 20, 2014.

Hans said that the Malaysian military would not want to look bad in its own country. There has been no evidence of the whereabouts of the plane with 239 people on board that has been missing since Saturday, March 8.

MALAYSIA INSIDER | BBC | MARIA RITA HASUGIAN