Monday, June 9, 2014

Will you trade in your life for RM16 million?

Families of MH370 victims want to raise RM16 million on Indiegogo to reward whistleblowers

Three months after the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, relatives of the tragic flight's passengers are trying to raise USD5 million (RM16 million) to bankroll their own investigations and to reward potential "whistleblowers" with information on the case. 
The collective of family members have started the Reward MH370, which is expected to launch on crowdsourcing website Indiegogo, according to CNN
"This mystery is unprecedented in the history of aviation, and we need to work as a collective community with one goal of finding the truth, the plane and the passengers," said Ethan Hunt, the project leader.
Hunt said someone knows where the jetliner's final location is, and the money his group is planning to raise will be an incentive for that person to come forward with that information.
"Utilizing the immense potential of the crowd, we believe we can achieve our primary goal of recovering the flight where others methods have failed," Hunt said.
A global investigation firm will follow up on credible leads and work with authorities to find the plane, he said.
The multinational search for Flight MH370 has not yet turned up any tangible results, with mounting costs - it is already  the most expensive search operation in commercial aviation history - and unforgiving sea and weather conditions obstructing continued operations. The underwater water search, which had to be postponed in late May, is only expected to resume in late July or early August.
International Hunters are ready to move.
Will you trade your life and family members for this.
Only time can tell.

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