New Radar Data Attempts To Track Flight 370’s Change Of Course

It has now been eleven days since the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Investigators are desperate for more answers. New data from the Thai government suggests that the missing plane took a sharp westward turn after communication was last.

As reported by CNN, Thai military was receiving normal flight path and communication data from the Boeing 777-200 on its planned March 8 route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing until 1:22 a.m., when it disappeared from its radar.

A Royal Thai Air Force spokesman told CNN that six minutes later, the Thai military detected an unknown signal heading in the opposite direction. This new evidence may suggest that the plane deliberately flew off course, turning west. 

Why now is this data clue surfacing? Is it a choice to slowly reveal evidence to the public or is it just another fluke, similar to the Chinese satellite which spotted possible debris in the Ocean?

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