Friday, July 25, 2014   

(Flight MH370) Malaysians ‘have killed our loved ones’
(03-25 10:38)

Some relatives in Beijing lashed out last night as they left their meeting with officials of the Malaysian state-owned carrier Malaysia Airlines after Malaysia announced that the Beijing-bound flight MH370 had "ended'' in the southern Indian Ocean.
At about 2 am a group of 30 relatives came out of the room in Lido Hotel in Beijing to meet waiting reporters.
“The Malaysian government, Malaysian Airlines and the Malaysian armed forces are the real murderers who have killed our loved ones,'' a man said, appearing to read from a prepared statement on a laptop on behalf of the group (Pictured).
“The relatives of the passengers launch the strongest protest and condemnation,’’ against them, he added.
The man also said the relatives would use “all possible means'' to protest.
As the Lido Hotel emptied, a small number of relatives appeared to not accept that their loved ones had died.
“The rational mind sometimes gives way to the emotional mind, and there are some who are still not letting go,'' a psychologist who was speaking to families told AFP.

   
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