Some aviation sources especially in the US and China were not satisfied  with the Malaysian prime minister and airline’s conclusion that the missing airliner had ended its flight in the Indian Ocean and all 239 people aboard must be accounted lost. They maintain that neither the Malaysian prime minister nor the British Inmarsat which provided the data suggesting the location of the lost Boeing 777 offered a single piece of information to explain how the plane came to veer so far off course or the situation on board after seven hours in the air. A group of bereaved relatives issued a statement Monday night accusing the Malaysia government, airline and army of responsibility for the deaths of their loved ones.