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MH370 Debris is FAKE

The agonising mystery of what became of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was put to rest for many on Wednesday.
But there are some who continue to believe the truth is being hidden – including those whose loved ones went missing along with the Boeing 777 17 months ago.
The dissent began just hours after Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announcedpart of the aircraft wing found on Reunion Island was indeed from the missing plane.

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Liu Kun displays a photo of his brother Liu Qiang, who was a passenger on flight MH370
Liu Kun, whose younger brother was on board the flight told Reuters: “Find the people for us. We suspect that the airplane wreckage could be faked.
“Parts previously used and exchanged in maintenance could be thrown down there, but the people right now cannot be found. I don't believe any information the Malaysian government provides."
Zhang Meiling, whose daughter and son-in-law were on the plane added: “What does such a tiny piece (of debris) mean regarding a 230-tonne plane?
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Zhang Meiling stands with other family members of passengers as they protest outside the company's offices in Beijing
“Why are they trying to fool us? … To make us take the compensation money? (We) will definitely not accept it.”
Without the rest of the aircraft and with all the bodies still missing, many relatives say they are unable to reach closure on the tragedy.
"The finding of debris does not mean the finding of our next of kin," Jiang Hui, whose mother was on board, told the Associated Press.

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