Malaysian Plane Could Be Missing Deliberately

There are new clues into the week-long disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370.
3:00 | 03/14/14

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Good Friday morning I'm Martha Gonzales in for Diana -- And I'm John -- there -- further indication this morning that the disappearance of Malaysian airlines flight 370. Was not caused by a malfunction but was deliberately done ABC's Chris and Fisher is following the latest developments from Washington good morning person. Good morning John and Mark -- US investigators say they are now convinced that someone at me and intervene with different case. This morning American ships -- On the move. Heading to the edge of the Indian Ocean where US officials say there's an indication flight 370 million gone down. They are now seriously considering the possibility that the plane's disappearance was not an accident. Two sources tell ABC news that the planes to communication systems were shut down separately adding fuel to the theory that this may have been a deliberate act. Maybe was a hijacking. Maybe it was a pilot suicide maybe there was some elaborate plan to to take this airplane somewhere and do something whether. Officials tell ABC news the plane may have flown up to four hours beyond its last sighting on radar and they -- district has the jet was apparently penis satellite every hour. The possibilities just keep growing. -- the Malaysian airport where -- -- seventy took off passengers are still praying for the 239. People still missing. That is it. But I'm Dennis I'm still hopeful -- -- of about forty ships and forty aircrafts from twelve countries are still searching for the missing plane. But these experts are getting help from armchair investigators all over the world. More than a million people have used a Colorado based satellite company's website to -- and images from home looking for clues to the fate of flight 37. I think when you see those families and the uncertainty -- dealing with -- like ten. Help percent of small -- if you -- -- A plain this state missing for this long and with so few leads its unprecedented. Experts believe that this -- at being the most expensive aviation investigation. Ever. -- -- -- -- or six days into this search there are so many theories out there are there any theories we can rule out at this point. Now with 100% certainty in fact you know this search is only expanding even further into the Indian Ocean so. To -- with each passing -- they're still more questions than answers back. Chris -- live in Washington thank you.

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