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(CNN) – The focus of the investigation into Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has increasingly turned to the pilots, especially after reports from The New York Times, and confirmed by CNN, show that the plane's first turn to the west was almost certainly programmed by somebody in the cockpit. But investigators have yet to find anything suspicious in the pilots' homes or communications.
What does this all mean?
CNN aviation analyst Mary Schiavo, who represents victims and their families suffering from negligence of airline, automotive, commercial trucking, motor coach and rail companies, and CNN chief national security correspondent Jim Sciutto discuss.
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