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As the mystery surrounding missing Flight 370 passes the one week mark, information and data continues to trickle in. As such, theories and hypotheticals continue to mount up.
On Friday evening Piers Morgan welcomed David Soucie and, as the host was heading to the first commercial break, his guest presented a unique possibility, one that for the first time thus far takes the emphasis off of the cockpit, and re-positions it onto the aircraft's cabin.
As "Piers Morgan Live" returned for its second block, Morgan asked Soucie to further elaborate.
"There's a hatch that goes down into the equipment area which is the Avionics Bay, or E & E, is what it's referred to as. With a special screwdriver – what it takes – you can open the hatch, you can crawl down into this area, and from inside of there is where all the circuit breakers are for all of the equipment that we've been talking about that's turned off, and even more could be turned off from down there. So that's the access," explained the author of "Why Planes Crash." "Finally I have an answer in my head as to why and how this could have occurred. Now, why it occurred I don't know, but I can tell you how."
Meanwhile, former American Airlines pilot Mark Weiss also joined the primetime program for a live interview, in the process agreeing with Soucie's idea, while noting that such an undertaking could not be the work of solely one person:
"From there [the E & E Bay] you can disable all the instrumentation that we've been talking about before," said the man who now works as a security consultant for The Spectrum Group. "But at the same time, you'd still have somebody, a cohort, to be able to be up in the cockpit, to be able to fly the airplane. At least in theory, you're dealing with more than one person."
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