You would think when the Malaysian government announced yesterday the crash of MH370 that they would have some kind of proof it crashed. None has been provided. There has been no confirmation that any debris in the ocean is from the plane. The radar data that the Malaysian government says it used has not been shared and the Chinese government has demanded that it be turned over to them so they can review it. I'm not sure there is any to be turned over. It sounds like to me that the Malaysian government is relying on the pinging that a British company received every hour from the portion of the plane it built. The pinging stopped so the flight “ended.” The thing is though, those signals only gave a general coordinate where the plane was flying and those coordinates are a plus/minus thousand miles or so. To me that seems kind of a shaky proposition. I know the government was getting tired of being harassed by relatives of the passengers on the flight but they get what they deserve because they have not been very forthcoming with information. I also think some of the neighboring countries have also not been very forthright and have decided that protecting how their radar systems work is much more important than helping out in this disaster.