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Officials change the final words from Malaysia Flight MH370

Breaking Tuesday morning, a copy of the transcript from Flight 370 confirms: no one in the cockpit ever said: "All right, good night."

Instead, the final voice transmission sent at 1:19 am actually was: "Good night Malaysian 370".

For weeks, Malaysian authorities said "All right, good night" were the final words the co-pilot said before they lost communication.

"I can confirm it's 1:19 when we got the last transmission from the cockpit that says 'all right, good night," Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, the Director General of Malaysian Civil Aviation said.

The rest-- reads like a normal cockpit transcript: Someone saying "Good Day" and "Good morning" while the plane was taxiing.

Then during the flight's take-off at 12:42 a.m. someone said: "Departure Malaysian 370"

About 15 minutes into its flight, another voice transmission: "Malaysian 370 maintaining flight level three five zero".

And then, the final words were recorded: "Good Night Malaysian 370".

This as Malaysian government sources tell CNN they're treating the plane's sharp left turn as a quote "criminal act" carried out by one of the pilots or someone else on board.

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