Convinced that they’re being lied to and that potential whistleblowers are scared to come forward, family members of the still missing flight MH370 have launched a crowd sourcing effort to raise $5 Million reward for anyone who can tell them where their loved ones have gone.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Grieving relatives of passengers on board Flight MH370 on Sunday launched a $5 million reward for a whistleblower who can provide key information and aid their search to trace the jet that went missing mysteriously three months ago on this day.
After three months of failed search efforts, families have become convinced the authorities are concealing the truth about the disappearance of the Boeing 777-200 and launched the crowd-funding campaign in a bid to get answers.
The ‘Reward MH370’ campaign aims to raise at least USD 5 million “to encourage a whistleblower to come forward with information”.