I hear ya. But let me ask you this - are the insurance companies going to pay life insurance claims based on the evidence being used to make this announcement?
I'm not saying they need to find bodies, but appearing to simply rely on this new data analysis just feels wrong. The way I read this was that, based on this new analysis the plane was in the southern corridor and based on that "ping arc" they were not near land. Therefore everyone is dead.
I mean, that is my point. I am not saying the analysis is wrong, just that it felt weird to me that they announced all were lost due to that piece of information. Do you really tell family members that everyone is dead without having found wreckage? That just struck me as, at the very least, poor PR timing and at worst trying to sweep all of this away.
asmkm22 makes a good point, the Malaysian government is probably not used to the pressure of criticism and they just want this over with. Which, if true, makes this deplorable conduct.