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(CNN) – Data from communications between satellites and missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was released Tuesday, more than two months after relatives of passengers say they requested that it be made public.
The new data shows "some interesting discrepancies," Sarah Bajc, whose partner, American Philip Wood, was on board MH370.
Months of investigations have yielded no concrete, physical evidence of the plane's location, which "leads us to be suspicious about why they have chosen this particular place (to search)," says Bajc.
The leading theory continues to be that the plane crashed somewhere in the Indian Ocean.
"I honestly don't know what to think anymore. My head and my heart, and my instincts are all cluttered up," says Bajc.
Bajc says she and other family members have "been bombarded with cycles of emotional roller coaster over an extremely long period of time. And we've been deceived, whether that's actively or inadvertently, also over a long period of time."
"We haven't even gotten to the point of proper grieving," she says.
For more of our interview with Sarah Bajc, check out the video above.