'You Are Traitors To Us ... You Have Let Us Down. Tell Us The Truth': Screaming Family Members Of Missing MH370 Passengers Are Dragged Out Of Press Conference Demanding Answers As Malaysian Officials Say Maldives Plane Sighting 'Not True' -- Daily Mail
* Officials confirm Malaysia has received radar data from other countries
* But minister is 'not at liberty to release information from other countries'
* Investigators discount reports plane may have been sighted over Maldives
* Relatives of passengers on missing plane invade press conference
* Family members held up banners blaming the government of inaction
* Two women removed and taken to separate room, according to reports
* Veteran pilot predicts flight was in trouble and headed to nearest safe airport
* Remote island in Indian Ocean programmed into pilot's home flight simulator
( Investigators believe plane most likely flew into the southern Indian Ocean
Screaming family members of passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines jet were forcibly removed from a hotel room after invading a press conference which was about to start and accusing the Malaysian government of failing to work hard enough to find the plane.
Half a dozen people held up banners blaming the government of inaction as airline officials desperately tried to resume order.
But one women screamed: 'You are traitors to us... you have let us down. Tell us the truth! We want the truth!'
During the press conference, Malaysia's Acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said officials had received further radar data, but were 'not at liberty to release information from other countries'
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