Wreckage from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has been located on the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean. An airplane wing and suitcase, believed to be from the plane, washed up on the beach in Reunion. This has given investigators hope that more of the wreckage will be found, even though it is 3,500 miles from the original search site.
Inspection of the piece of wreckage found indicates the plane did not nose dive, but landed in the water at a slow speed. It concurs with U.S. intelligence’s belief that, “Someone was alive in the cockpit and deliberately crashed the plane.” 239 people died in the crash that has many suspecting foul play.