Flight 370 families start whistle-blower fund

Relatives of passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are launching a crowd-funding campaign to raise a $3 million reward for a whistle-blower to expose key information about the vanished jetliner, the partner of a missing passenger told USA TODAY.

A $2 million fund for private investigators to follow up on promising leads is also being targeted.

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In November last year the Malaysian War Crimes Tribunal

michael mazur

handed down the verdict that Israel was guilty of war crimes in respect of its actions in Lebanon in 1982 and in Gaza in 2008/09. There's your motive.

michael mazur

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