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MH370 disappeared on March 8 2014 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing and has never been found. Mr Boyer paid for an expedition to where he believes the plane went down in Cambodia, but claims the team were unable to reach the site. He said that the location was so remote that the team, lead by Zorba Parer, would be risking their lives to pursue it further.
However, he alleged that the team spoke to local people who remembered seeing a plane come down in the area.
The amateur investigator added that a farmer described seeing a “dragon-like emblem”, similar to the red and blue logo of Malaysia Airlines.
Mr Boyer told Express.co.uk: “Due to the location of the apparent passenger plane crash, which measures up to the exact dimensions of a Boeing 777, Zorba and his team were unable to reach the altitude and dense area where the crash is at without risking dehydration and their lives.
“I did get information that locals miles away have recalled a jetliner on its descent before crashing around the same area my coordinates fall on.
“A farmer even described the tail of the jetliner as having a dragon-like emblem, like MH370's.”
Mr Boyer believes he has spotted the wreckage using satellite images on sites like Google Maps and has since paid for further images.
He compared the measurements of a Boeing 777 with what appears to be parts of a plane on the images.
He said: “There are no paths, no roads, no construction in this area and the last plane crash in Cambodia was in 2007, before satellite images of 2008 pinpointed on my coordinates show no plane crash or disturbance.
“In comparison to a Boeing 777 at an airport and the crash site, it all seems too real.
“Same colour, width and trails damaged through the trees.
“Through process of elimination and the consistent amount of evidence, this proves to be only MH370.”
The official MH370 investigation declared that the aeroplane must have landed somewhere in the Indian Ocean.
Gucci Issues Guidelines to Deal w/ Angry Customers ... CEO Confesses Blackface Ignorance
2/20/2019 12:10 AM PST
As Gucci's blackface controversy rages on, the company's taking steps to make sure it doesn't get any worse ... by training employees how to handle "disruptive behavior."
Gucci sent out an "updated security protocol" playbook -- obtained by TMZ -- to its staff, suggesting ways to deal with protesters or potential troublemakers.
According to the internal memo, Gucci anticipates, "individuals may be coming into our stores to express their concerns or looking for a reaction, and it is important to be extremely cautious, empathetic and focused on de-escalation in the current heightened situation.”
Check out the protocols ... Gucci provides employees a script for different situations and specifically spells out how to approach possible pranksters or people recording video on the premises.
As for the blackface sweater -- Gucci authorizes its workers to apologize on behalf of the company and accept any return of the item ... even if it's past the company policy of 14 days. Any other item purchased more than 14 days ago cannot be returned, however.
The overall the message to employees couldn't be clearer, though -- "ALWAYS FOCUS ON DE-ESCALATION. NEVER ENGAGE IN A VERBAL OR PHYSICAL ALTERCATION WITH A CLIENT."
There's more ... Gucci's CEO, Marco Bizzarri, also sent a letter to employees saying he initially thought the luxury brand's blackface sweater was a minor snafu and people were overreacting.
He insists the mistake was unintentional, though ... and admits in the letter of being ignorant of "the history and significance of blackface."
Bizzarri says the company's going to hire 5 new designers from around the world to fill positions within the Rome design office to increase the company's diversity of perspectives and vows that, "any product that is, or may be perceived as, culturally insensitive does not get to the production stage."
According to People, Moore said she would be recording new music ― which she has written with husband Taylor Goldsmith ― when “This Is Us” goes on hiatus.
“We have things written, ready to go,” she said. “Our hiatus starts soon, so I’m getting ready to go in the studio.”
Speaking to The New York Times, Moore said that “music was a point of control” in her marriage to the musician, which lasted from 2009 to 2016. She said she considered him psychologically abusive and that he hindered her musical career.
“I want to make music,” she said. “I’m not going to let Ryan stop me.”
“Music is a constant theme in my life,” she told Glamour in 2017. “It has been for the past eight years. I’ve just gotta navigate my way back to it.”
'ANTM' Star J Alexander Get Some Rope for Burberry!!! Noose Hoodie is Too Much
2/19/2019 3:57 PM PST
J Alexander is blasting Burberry for showcasing a hoodie with a noose around the neck ... saying the people who gave it the green light are the ones who should be hanged!
We got the famed "American's Next Top Model" coach Tuesday at LAX, and he didn't hold back in his criticism of Burberry's design from London Fashion Week.
As you might know ... Burberry apologized after getting tons of backlash for showcasing the noose hoodie, calling it a mistake and insensitive. Even the model who was forced to wear the hoodie is speaking out, saying "suicide is not fashion."
You gotta see his call for Burberry to be brought to fashion justice. Basically, he thinks the brand deserves a taste of its own medicine -- but he says in his own VERY colorful way.
Floyd Mayweather Head-To-Toe Gucci ... No Comments Allowed
Floyd Mayweather is TRIPLING DOWN on Gucci ... rocking the brand from neck-to-toe -- but he ain't about to hear comments on the matter -- dude disabled 'em from his social media!!!
Gucci has faced major criticism over the past month after the apparel giant released a sweater that many called "racist" because it appears to be blackface -- but Floyd's still riding with them.
Mayweather backed them on a massive shopping spree last week ... he backed them on his private jet just a day later ... and on Monday, he took it one step even FURTHER.
The boxing legend posted a pic in a Gucci shirt, Gucci socks AND Gucci shoes -- writing, "BORN A LEADER."
The most interesting part of the post? Floyd disabled all comments.
Seems Mayweather's done hearing their take.
For Gucci's part, François-Henri Pinault -- the guy who runs the brand's parent company Kering -- explained, "We didn’t understand the sensitivities of the African-American community, which is reflected in that mistake."
"We can’t be content with saying we’re sorry."