Passenger's girlfriend: 'The flight was taken'
Her boyfriend was aboard Malaysia Airlines flight 370 when it went missing almost 3 weeks ago, but Sarah Bajc tells HLN's Robin Meade she can still feel his presence.
Bajc also says she's skeptical of what she and the others are being told about the search for MH370. "It's like they're trying to keep us distracted," she says comparing official announcements to a magician's sleight of hand.
She also questions the decision to search exclusively in the ocean. "The flight was taken by some very smart people," she says, "and it doesn't make any sense, what so ever, that they would have taken all that trouble just to put it in the water."
A New Zealand Air Force crew looking for flight 370, reported seeing objects in a new search area this morning, almost 700 miles northeast of the old spot.
Australian authorities say they made the shift because a "new credible lead" shows the jet was traveling faster than they thought, therefore using more fuel and it's not likely to have reached the more remote area that had been the target earlier in the week.