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What’s up Doc? Did nobody consider how the poor rabbit suffered. :disrelieved:
 
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I hope he's correct and the crash site can be located. That said, we've had at least a few other "experts" who've made similar claims over the past several years. One I specifically recall was the guy claiming he'd found the wreckage via satellite imaging in a jungle somewhere in Cambodia.

I know pieces of a 777 later validated as being from Flt 370 were found washed up on the French island of Reunion a couple years after the a/c went missing. I think additional pieces were found washed up in a couple Africa nations. I hope someone with an understanding of ocean currents and weather patterns looks at the newest suspected crash site to see if it makes sense relative to those recovered parts.
 
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I was shocked that it was so long ago. It seems so fresh in my mind. I was shocked to see it was 2014. I hope this guy is the one to find it.
 
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I was shocked that it was so long ago. It seems so fresh in my mind. I was shocked to see it was 2014. I hope this guy is the one to find it.
I had the same reaction on the date! It seems like yesterday to me!
 
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Very impressive.