Malaysia’s civil aviation department said Monday the last words spoken by one of pilots of missing Flight MH370 were “Good night Malaysian three seven zero”, and not the more casual “All right, good night” originally reported. It has yet to determine whether the last words were from the pilot or co-pilot. The admission does not impact much on the investigation except on the credibility of Malaysian authorities. Chinese relatives of those on board the missing plane accuse Malaysia of incompetence and even a cover-up. Ten military planes, a civilian jet and nine ships are part of Tuesday’s Indian Ocean search. Four orange objects spotted by search aircraft and earlier described as promising turned out be nothing more than old fishing gear. The Malaysian government told relatives satellite analysis said the plane went down in the southern Indian Ocean, but relatives say they want hard evidence.
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