The money still pours out of Australia as the fruitless search for the missing airliner MH370 continues.
Daily. information piles up that it was almost certainly a rogue pilot who upon departing Kuala Lumpur Traffic control with an apparently normal "goodnight" waited around three minutes then made a significant departure from the flight path to Beijing and headed SSW into the Indian Ocean off WA where the plane dived into the sea.
Recovered deleted data from the command pilots home Flight Simulator revealed a flight plan for that eventuality.
The Australian Transport Safety Board charged with the research into the missing plane seems to be in denial that the pilot might have gone rogue.
That could not possibly have any connection to the moronic and obsessed attitude of so many, to avoid any links to the religion of peace and that the pilot with the name Zaharie Ahmad Shah might just have made a lone wolf decision, could it.
If it was my money and John Key was spending up large on trying to find an answer, any answer that ignores the mounting evidence the plane with a load of innocent passengers was ditched in a deliberate act I would not be happy.
Yes there was considerably more substantive evidence to reveal the Lufthansa Subsidiary Germanwings' plane was flown deliberately into the side of a mountain in the Alps but the ongoing denial is now continuing with precious little chance of finding the wreckage in the waters of the Indian Ocean so when will enough be deemed enough.