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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Jun 20, 2019 12:35 am

MH370 pilot flew to 40,000ft to suffocate passengers before crashing plane

The pilot of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 ‘deliberately depressurised the cabin’ in order to ‘slowly kill everyone on board’, experts claim

‘Troubled and lonely’ captain Zaharie Ahmed Shah then crashed the plane into the Indian Ocean, killing all 238 passengers, according to the independent group that has worked on the case.

The group behind the claims is made up of dedicated aviation experts, whose sole mission is to find out what happened to the doomed flight.

Some were even called in to help the official search for the plane, which went missing on March 8, 2014.

They claim Shah deliberately steered the Boeing 777 off course, before either waiting for the jet to run out of fuel or deliberately nose-diving it into the water so it disintegrated on impact.

The new claims are reported in The Atlantic, by respected aviation expert William Langewiesche.

According to Mr Langewiesche, the most likely theory is that Shah either killed or incapacitated his co-pilot, before depressurising the cabin.

Electrical engineer Mike Exner, a member of the independent group, believes Shah also made a steep climb to 40,000ft before the murder-suicide.

Mr Exner says climbing so rapidly, would have accelerated the depressurising process.

‘An intentional depressurisation would have been an obvious way – and probably the only way – to subdue a potentially unruly cabin in an airplane that was going to remain in flight for hours to come,’ adds Mr Langewiesche.

He said: ‘In the cabin, the effect would have gone unnoticed, but for the sudden appearance of the drop-down oxygen masks and perhaps the cabin crew’s use of the few portable units of similar design.

‘None of those cabin masks was intended for more than about 15 minutes of use during emergency descents to altitudes below 13,000 feet; they would have been of no value at all cruising at 40,000 feet.

‘The cabin occupants would have become incapacitated within a couple of minutes, lost consciousness, and gently died without any choking or gasping for air.’

Flight MH370 was en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people aboard on March 8, 2014 and its disappearance remains one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history.

A number of theories have been put forward about what happened to the plane, including that veteran pilot Shah, who flew a similar path on his flight simulator at home, was depressed at the time.

A fellow 777 captain has said he has reluctantly concluded that his close friend deliberately crashed the plane.

‘It doesn’t make sense. It’s hard to reconcile with the man I knew. But it’s the necessary conclusion,’ the unnamed pilot told The Atlantic.

The fellow pilot speculated that the mental state of Shah’s could have been a contributing factor to his decision.

‘Zaharie’s marriage was bad. In the past he slept with some of the flight attendants,’ he said.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Mon Jun 24, 2019 11:11 pm

MH370 sleuth gets DEATH THREATS warning he'll be killed if he keeps probing

AN AMERICAN "plane hunter" has been warned he will be KILLED if he continues to probe the mysterious disappearance of flight MH370, it's been reported

Blaine Gibson first hit the headlines in February 2016 when he claimed he had found debris from the Malaysian Airlines jet washed up on a sandbank in Mozambique.

However, a respected aviation expert has now revealed since making his startling finds, the self-proclaimed adventurer has been receiving chilling death threats.

William Langewiesche, a pilot turned writer, told the Atlantic after the sleuth found the first piece of wreckage "he began receiving death threats."

"One message said that either he would stop looking for debris or he would leave Madagascar in a coffin.

"Another warned he would die of polonium poisoning...He has been traumatised," he added.

The American 'plane hunter' has reportedly received death threats since making his finds

Langewiesche said he hooked up with Gibson in Kuala Lumpur where he is in "hiding", reports The Sunday Times.

“He largely avoids disclosing his location or travel plans, and for similar reasons avoids using email and rarely speaks over the telephone," the author revealed.

"He frequently swaps out his Sim cards. He believes he is sometimes followed and photographed."

And conspiracy theorists believe self-funded Gibson has every reason to be running scared.

They point to the fact a diplomat investigating the disappearance was gunned down just as he was about to deliver "new evidence" to Malaysian investigators.

Honorary Consul of Malaysia Zahid Raza was shot dead in Madagascar's capital Antananarivo in an apparent assassination in September 2017.

At the time Gibson revealed he was left severely rattled by news of the killing.

He said he had planned to keep details of his latest finds under wraps until they had been safely transported off the island but changed his mind after Mr Raza was killed.

“For the protection of those involved we decided not to make this report public until the debris was safely delivered to Malaysia,” Mr Gibson reported in his blog.

“However tragic events have intervened. Under the agreement between the two countries, debris is supposed to be collected by Hon. Zahid Raza, the Honorary Malaysian Consul in Madagascar, and delivered by private courier to Malaysia.

“On August 24, the Hon. Zahid Raza was assassinated in Antananarivo.”

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Fri Jun 28, 2019 10:06 am

Depressed pilot suffocated 238
passengers and flew for hours


The captain of the Malaysia Airlines jet which disappeared five years ago was reportedly clinically depressed. Fresh details about Zaharie Ahmad Shah suggest he killed the 238 passengers by starving them of oxygen. The report by US aviation writer William Langewiesche said Mr Zaharie went on to fly alone for hours with the bodies in the plane

Mr Zaharie was often lonely and sad during the flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, according to the report in The Atlantic magazine.

Mr Langewiesche wrote: “There is a strong suspicion among investigators in the aviation and intelligence communities that he was clinically depressed.”

The report suggests Mr Zaharie sent his young co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid out of the cockpit before depressurising the aircraft.

He would have then ensured passengers’ deaths by climbing above cruising altitude to starve them of oxygen.

While cabin oxygen masks would have dropped, their intended use is for no longer than 15 minutes to altitudes where air is breathable.

However, if the Boeing 777 was at 40,000ft the oxygen masks wouldn’t have worked.

Mr Langewiesche added: “The cabin occupants would have become incapacitated within a couple of minutes, lost consciousness, and gently died without any choking or gasping for air.

“The scene would have been dimly lit by the emergency lights, with the dead belted into their seats, their faces nestled in the worthless oxygen masks dangling on tubes from the ceiling.”

Mr Zaharie would have had access to hours of oxygen after the passengers were dead and later could have depressurised the plane.

Mr Langewiesche dismissed theories of hijackers by noting the plane diverted from its route during a changeover in air traffic control.

He added the plane’s turn towards the Southern Indian Ocean was too tight to be performed by autopilot.

He said: “Whoever was flying MH370 must have switched off the autopilot because the turn the aeroplane then made to the southwest was so tight that it had to have been flown by hand.”

The flight continued for five hours until investigators determined the plane ran out of fuel and spiralled into the sea.

Some pieces of the aircraft have been found but the exact crash site has never been located.

The Australian government also theorised an oxygen defence harmed cabin and crew on the aircraft but believe it would have been accidental.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Sat Jul 06, 2019 8:57 pm

Could stowaway be responsible for
hijacking Malaysia Airlines plane?


He told Channel 5’s ‘Flight MH370’: “I think it’s highly likely that a hijack took place – and again, there’s four options for the hijack

    “One is the hijack of the aircraft through a crew member.

    “The second is a hijack coming from a passenger.

    “A third option, which is a fairly unusual one, would be a stowaway.

    “And then of course the fourth option is an electrical takeover of the aircraft from a ground-based station.”
This implies that a stowaway being the instigator of the hijack is a possibility, albeit an unlikely one.

This means that any investigations into the crew and passengers on the plane could prove fruitless.

If someone had managed to sneak onto the plane beforehand, the perpetrator could be untraceable.

Another aviation security expert, Philip Baum, said this possibility must be fully investigated.

Mr Baum, who is the editor of Aviation Security International and a visiting professor of aviation security at Coventry University, told the Independent in 2018: “I think a stowaway is a strong possibility.”

He added: “No officials seem to want to even contemplate the possibility of a stowaway being on board.”

Mr Baum pointed out that it is possible one or more people could have got on board the aircraft while it was grounded in the airport and hidden in the underfloor avionics bay just behind the flight deck.

Aviation Security iNternational reported that 123 stowaway attempts have been reported internationally on 107 different flights.

Some of these people conceal themselves in the wheel wells, risking freezing to death or falling.

Others have boarded planes disguised as cleaners or airport officials then hidden.

Just earlier this week, a man fell to his death from a plane over south London, after stowing away on a flight from Kenya.

Mr Baum suggested this line of inquiry within a week of MH370’s disappearance but claimed it was never seriously considered by the authorities.

This implies that a stowaway being the instigator of the hijack is a possibility, albeit an unlikely one.

This means that any investigations into the crew and passengers on the plane could prove fruitless.

If someone had managed to sneak onto the plane beforehand, the perpetrator could be untraceable.

Another aviation security expert, Philip Baum, said this possibility must be fully investigated.

Mr Baum, who is the editor of Aviation Security International and a visiting professor of aviation security at Coventry University, told the Independent in 2018: “I think a stowaway is a strong possibility.”

He added: “No officials seem to want to even contemplate the possibility of a stowaway being on board.”

Mr Baum pointed out that it is possible one or more people could have got on board the aircraft while it was grounded in the airport and hidden in the underfloor avionics bay just behind the flight deck.

Aviation Security iNternational reported that 123 stowaway attempts have been reported internationally on 107 different flights.

Some of these people conceal themselves in the wheel wells, risking freezing to death or falling.

Others have boarded planes disguised as cleaners or airport officials then hidden.

Just earlier this week, a man fell to his death from a plane over south London, after stowing away on a flight from Kenya.

Mr Baum suggested this line of inquiry within a week of MH370’s disappearance but claimed it was never seriously considered by the authorities.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:26 pm

MH370 pilot in control until the end
French investigators suspect


The pilot of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was in control of the plane “until the end”, French investigators reportedly suspect, after gaining access to "crucial" flight data

The readouts "lend weight" to suspicions that he crashed into the sea in a murder-suicide, they were cited as saying.

The revelations based on Boeing data came days after a new account suggesting the pilot may have been clinically depressed, leading him to starve the passengers of oxygen and then crash the Boeing 777 into the sea.

MH370 was on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014, with 239 people on board, when it vanished and became one of the world's greatest aviation mysteries.

In July last year investigators released a 495-page report, saying the plane's controls were probably deliberately manipulated to take it off course but they were not able to determine who was responsible.

The only country still conducting a judicial inquiry into the crash is France, where two investigating magistrates are looking into the deaths of three French passengers, the wife and two children of Ghyslain Wattrelos - an engineer who met the judges on Wednesday.

According to Le Parisien, they informed him that Boeing had finally granted them access late May to vital flight data at the plane maker’s headquarters in Seattle.

This included numerous documents and satellite data from Britain-based company Immarsat.

They were obliged to sign a confidentiality contract, meaning the documents cannot be cited in court. The investigators also visited Immarsat headquarters in the UK.

It will take “a year” to sift through all the data and “nothing permits us to say the pilot was involved,” according to the plaintiffs’ lawyer, Marie Dosé.

However, French investigators cited by Le Parisien said the data “lends weight’ to the idea that “someone was behind the control stick when the plane broke up in the Indian Ocean”.

It cited a source close to the inquiry as saying someone was flying the plane "until the end."

“Certain abnormal turns made by the 777 can only have been carried out manually. Someone was in control," the source was cited as saying.

Asked whether the data pointed to a deliberate crash, the source said: “It’s too early to assert it categorically but there is nothing to suggest anyone else entered the cockpit.”

Mr Wattrelos, who lost family members in the crash, hailed the “incredible” work of the judges, who he said “were able to note that the case was riddled with incoherences”.

"For example, we know that the data initially provided by Malaysian authorities on the plane’s altitude were wrong. And I hope that by analysing all the data collected at Boeing, they will discover a problem that will jump out at them,” he told Le Parisien.

But he said he remained convinced that the plane was “taken down”. “I don’t know why or where but I’m convinced of it,” he said. Mr Wattrelos said that French investigators could meet FBI agents to discuss the case “over the summer in Paris”.

More than 30 bits of suspected washed up debris have been collected from various places around the world.

Last month, friends of the pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, told aviation specialist William Langewiesche that he had become obsessed with two young models he had seen on the internet after his wife left him, and that he "spent a lot of time pacing empty rooms.”

Mr Langewiesche wrote: "There is a strong suspicion among investigators in the aviation and intelligence communities that he was clinically depressed.”

An electrical engineer quoted in the account in The Atlantic magazine said that, after depressurising the plane, the pilot probably made a climb which "accelerated the effects of depressurising, causing the rapid incapacitation and death of everyone in the cabin."

The oxygen masks in the main cabin were only designed to last 15 minutes in an emergency descent below 13,000ft.

The pilot, however, would have had access to oxygen in the cockpit and could have flown for hours.

Writing in the Atlantic, Mr Langewiesche said: "The cabin occupants would have become incapacitated within a couple of minutes, lost consciousness, and gently died without any choking or gasping for air."

One theory claims the pilot conducted a series of manouveres to "ditch the plane” - but some experts argue it would have been impossible for him to remain conscious during the emergency landing.

Pater Foley, the head of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB), has suggested to the Australian Senate the pilot was unconscious when the plane crashed into the Indian ocean.

Mr Foley said: “Today we have an analysis of the flap that tells us it is probably not deployed.

“We have an analysis of the final two transmissions that say the aeroplane was in a high rate of descent.

"We have 30 pieces of debris, some from inside the fuselage, that says there was significant energy at impact ... We have quite a lot of evidence to support no control at the end.”

He added: “We haven’t ever ruled out someone intervening at the end. It’s unlikely.”

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:09 pm

MH370 investigators discover
mystery load weighing 89kg


French investigators searching for answers over the disappearance of flight MH370 have discovered a 89kg weight was added to the flight before take-off

The doomed Malaysia Airlines plane was carrying 239 people when it disappeared while travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014.

Ghyslain Wattrelos, a French national who lost his wife and two teenage children in the disaster, said last week there may be new evidence surrounding what happened.

Two Parisian judges are currently conducting a judicial investigation, and have received a report on the passengers and baggage brought on board, French newspaper Le Parisien reported.

Mr Wattrelos told the paper: “It was also learned that a mysterious load of 89 kg had been added to the flight list after take-off.

“A container was also overloaded, without anyone knowing why. The expert draws no conclusion.

“It may be incompetence or manipulation. Everything is possible. This will be part of the questions for Malaysians.”

There are numerous theories over what happened to MH370, the wreckage of which has never been discovered.

Earlier this year, debris washed up on the coast of Madagascar was confirmed by authorities as "most likely" belonging to the missing flight.

However a “significant lack of evidence” has always made it impossible to say what caused the plane to divert from its flight path and disappear from radar less than 40 minutes after take-off.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Sat Jul 20, 2019 1:27 am

MH370 shock claim: Plane debris found
in Indian Ocean was planted evidence


MH370 debris found washed up on islands in the Indian Ocean is evidence planted there by Russian military intelligence, an aviation expert has claimed

Malaysia Airlines flight 370 went missing en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014, with 239 people on board. The official investigation concluded that the plane likely ended up in the southern Indian Ocean, based on data from British satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat. Moreover, several pieces of debris were found washed up in the Indian Ocean and on the west coast of Africa, three of which have been confirmed to be from MH370.

However, there are many theories as to what happened to MH370 and why.

Science journalist Jeff Wise claimed on Channel 5’s documentary ‘Flight MH370’ that the Boeing 777 was hijacked by Russia in order to detract from the conflict in Crimea.

Mr Wise’s theory is that instead of going south over the Indian Ocean, the plane actually flew north and ended up over Kazakhstan.

He believes Russians on board the plane fed fake data into the Satellite Data Unit (SDU) on the plane in order to create a “fake trail of breadcrumbs” suggesting it flew in the opposite direction to where it actually did.

He added that he believes the pieces of debris were in fact planted there by Russia after the fact.

Mr Wise said: “‘The plane’s definitely in the Indian Ocean because we have pieces of it.’ Not so fast!

“If you have carried out this incredibly technically sophisticated act of altering Inmarsat data in a way to provide this really subtle innuendo about where the plane went, throwing a piece of plane in the ocean is incredibly easy.

“You know, planted evidence.”

He then made the link to MH17 – the passenger flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that was shot down on July 17, 2014, over eastern Ukraine killing 298 people.

The aviation expert blames Russian military intelligence for this tragedy also.

Mr Wise implied that it is too much of a coincidence that “sister planes” would come down within a few months of each other.

He said: “Lo and behold, four and a half months after this Malaysia Airlines 777-200ER goes missing another, a sister ship, one of only 14 in the world, Malaysia Airlines 777-200ER gets shot shown – where?

“In eastern Ukraine, where Russia-backed rebels have got their hand on this anti-aircraft missile and murder almost 300 people in cold blood.

“And to this day, the only known cause of a 777 coming to grief in mid-flight is Russian military intelligence shooting it down.”

However, other experts have dismissed this theory.

Aviation journalist David Learmount branded it “absolute rubbish” because there was no distress signal sent out.

He said such theories are “great for Bond films, but don’t make sense in the real world”.

Meanwhile, aviation consultant Alastair Rosen said he “discounted the Russians” because he could not see a legitimate motive behind such drastic action.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:27 am

MH370 bombshell: New evidence proves
Malaysia Airlines plane wasn’t hijacked


MH370’s disappearance has been studied for the past five years and French investigators have ruled out any hijacking

The Malaysia Airlines 370 flight disappeared on March 8, 2014 while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. The plane took a sudden detour from its intended route and flew back across Malaysia before turning south of Penang and then towards the southern Indian Ocean. Some aviation experts have theorised a hijacker took over the plane.

According to Le Parisian, the French investigators revealed any attempt of sabotage would have been intercepted by a huge number of people.

A Malaysian aeronautical engineer imagined a hijacking of the aircraft.

The file said: “This assumption seems unlikely because it would have been intercepted by other passengers and the crew when he began to rummage with a screwdriver over him.”

The shocking revelation comes after a mysterious load is said to have been added to the flight list after take-off.

The load weighing 89kg was added to the plane along with an overloaded container.

But expert Ghyslain Wattrelos has put it down to “incompetence”.

The French investigators believe a murder-suicide is the most plausible explanation for the crash.

Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was reportedly depressed at the time.

MH370: Expert claims plane debris could be ‘PLANTED’

A source from the investigations team told Le Parisian: “Some abnormal turns made by the 777 can only be done manually. So someone was at the helm.

“It is too early to state categorically.

“But nothing is credited that anyone else could have entered the cockpit.”

After its disappearance, search operations began in the Indian ocean but the Boeing 777 has never been found.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Sat Jul 27, 2019 4:30 am

MH370 FOUND?
Missing Malaysia Airlines plane discovered

The Malaysia Airlines 370 flight disappeared across the Indian Ocean according to its final radar data. But online theorists believe the plane, piloted by Captain Zaharie Shah, could have been secretly found. During the search and rescue of the plane in the ocean, the ship’s Automatic Identification System (AIS) was turned off for days preventing online observers from tracking its movements, ABC reported.

The ship, Seabed Constructor, appeared to make a circle in the Indian Ocean before going “dark” on tracking websites.

Twitter users went on to speculate what was inside the circle and why the tracking system had gone off just a few kilometres outside the circle.

One said: “I'm sticking with my theory that the big circle is a piece of debris, and the line south was to locate the plane. When they think they found it they turned off AIS as protocol.”

While another added: “This is strange. I have never seen a ship do this. Maybe there's an AUV lost down there?”

The Seabed Constructor, operated by Ocean Infinity, spent two weeks scouring the ocean floor for the missing plane.

The company had signed a deal with the Malaysian Government to search for 90 days and receive payment between $20 million (£16million) and $70 million (£56million) if it found the plane.

Aviation expert, Juan Valcarcel dismissed speculation surrounding Ocean Infinity’s AIS going down during the search.

He explained they had a target and wouldn’t receive payment if they didn’t find anything.

A spokesman for Ocean Infinity told ABC News: “The stop was a quick turnaround of the vessel and then continuing with the search.”

While aviation experts added with the AIS turned off, the ship was still visible on marine radar systems.

In 2018, Oliver Plunkett, Ocean Infinity’s CEO, said: “I would firstly like to extend the thoughts of everyone at Ocean Infinity to the families of those who have lost loved ones on MH370.

“Part of our motivation for renewing the search was to try to provide some answers to those affected. It is therefore with a heavy heart that we end our current search without having achieved that aim.”

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Sun Sep 01, 2019 7:45 pm

MH370 expert revealed
what happened to plane


‘It couldn’t have happened any other way'

Malaysia Airlines flight 370 left Kuala Lumpur and went missing en route to Beijing on March 8, 2014, with 239 people on board. To this day, the plane has not been found, but the official investigation concluded that the most likely location of the wreckage is at the bottom of the southern Indian Ocean.

The working theory is that the plane was hijacked and then flown out over the ocean until it ran out of fuel and crashed into the sea.

Aviation journalist David Learmount explained to the Channel 5 documentary ‘Flight MH370’ what he believes to be true, because it “couldn’t have happened any other way”.

He said: “I believe that what happened to this aeroplane was not an accident, it was planned.

“It was then carried out by somebody on board. Somebody on board did that, because it couldn’t have happened any other way.”

The evidence that the plane was hijacked, rather than suffered an accident like an on-board technical incident, is its flight path after it disappeared from air traffic control radar.

The plane turned 180 degrees and flew up the Malacca Strait before turning again and heading out over the Indian Ocean.

This is the presumed flight path, based on evidence from military radar and communications between the plane and a satellite belonging to British satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat.

What makes the flight path particularly suspicious is that it flew exactly along the boundary between airspace belonging to different countries

Mr Learmount said: “The aircraft almost turned back on itself and flew along the division of airspace between Vietnam and Malaysia, so each thought the other was in charge of it.

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David Learmount insisted that MH370 was not an accident

“For you that might be a coincidence, for me that was incredibly deliberate, because the accuracy of the flying was remarkable.

“And there was, in this aircraft, no pre-programmes – ie. automatic pilot – piece of software which would have done that.”

Reflecting on what a potential hijacker’s motive might be, Mr Learmount suggested that the MH370 mystery could be what they intended all along – that confusing the world was in fact their objective.

He said: “If you have somebody who has a mindset of wanting to do something really clever, somebody who actually really enjoyed flying and the science of flying and the science of navigation.

“The greatest thing they would really like to do is absolutely baffle the world forever as to how he did this and then die."

This psychological picture also matches the evidence, because the hijacker would have had to be highly experienced in flying this sort of plane.

This is because whoever was in charge of the plane turned the aircraft’s transponder off, which meant it could no longer be seen on civilian radar

Turning this off reportedly requires “intimate knowledge” of the cockpit controls.
MH370: Expert discusses 'psychological profile' of hijacker

What’s more, the alleged hijacker would have understood about dead zones in air traffic control, as they managed to escape undetected.

According to science journalist and MH370 expert Jeff Wise, the plane was being flown “aggressively” – higher and faster than such a plane normally would.

He claimed this indicates “signs of evasion and signs of escape”.

Mr Wise has a controversial theory that it was Russian military intelligence who are to blame for MH370’s disappearance.

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Aviation expert Jeff Wise

His argument is that Russians on board the plane could have interfered with the data being sent out to satellite 3F1 to create a “false trail of breadcrumbs”.

In the Channel 5 documentary, he claimed that Russia wanted to distract the world from the conflict in Crimea, which occurred around the same time.

He added that the debris found in the Indian Ocean could have been “planted evidence”.

However, this is just one theory – while there is relatively strong evidence that MH370’s disappearance was not an accident, precisely who was behind it is more up for debate.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Wed Sep 11, 2019 11:54 pm

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Malaysia Airlines flight 370 disappeared without a trace on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. It is still unknown what happened to the plane and devastated families are left with many questions unanswered. A group dedicated to helping the families have started a campaign to increase public awareness.

With the help of donors, they are offering prize money to anyone who might have information related to the tragedy.

They printed flyers about MH370, with the link to their website on it, and started handing them out in public places in Malaysia

One investigator linked to the group, who wishes to remain anonymous, told Express.co.uk how the police questioned him after seeing him hand out flyers in Putrajaya, a city south of Kuala Lumpur.

He said: “When me and my team went to Putrajaya, we had an unexpected moment there.

“I went to distribute flyers at Putrajaya Square, my friend at Alamanda Shopping Centre, and my other friend at Putrajaya Central.

“When I first arrived in the morning at Putrajaya Square, I was about to start distributing flyers, but a group of police came up to me and grabbed all the flyers that I was going to distribute.

“They asked me: ‘What is this?’

“It is MH370 and I told them it is from the organisation I work for.

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Families of those on board MH370 are still looking for answers

“They took me to the police station nearby.

“I was very shocked at this moment.

“They asked me ‘Why are you bringing this issue up after so long? Why didn’t you a long time ago?’

“I didn’t know how to answer the questions.”

Families of those on board MH370 marked the five year anniversary this year

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The organisation handing out flyers aims to help the MH370 families find some answers

The investigator explained to the police that he found the job on Facebook.

The police reportedly asked him for the name of the Facebook account that hired him, but he said he could not remember.

The investigator added: “Fortunately, my phone was out of battery at the time.

“After that, they released me and asked me to go home and avoid texting the organisation again.”

The police allegedly confiscated around 1500 flyers from the investigator and told him that MH370 is a subject which is forbidden to speak about under the current Government.

They took his details and told him to go home.

However, he explained that he did not go home immediately.

He said: “After that, I went to Alamanda Shopping Centre to help my friends and I hoped that there would be no more police there.

“I finished my job as quickly as I could, handing out the flyers.

“I am very shocked about what happened.

“I thought this was going well, but now this has happened I don’t know.”

One of the organisers told Express.co.uk that the investigator was “panicked and afraid” after the encounter with the police, but that the cause is so important to the families he went back and helped the other members.

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The Malaysia Airlines plane vanished on March 8, 2014

After the incident, members of the organisation tried to avoid the police at other locations.

The organiser added: “It is unbelievable to suddenly understand that the Malaysian Government is silencing attempts to help the grieving families from reaching any closure for their loss.

“Is it illegal to talk about anything regarding MH370?

“As if it is not enough that the administration gave up all hope of solving the mystery and to ease the families’ pain by giving them answers – now it is illegal to even try.”

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Commemoration event took place to mark the 5th anniversary of the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370

He explained that identities of members must be kept anonymous as they are now fearing a backlash from the Government and police.

He said: “We do not reveal our identities, because we fear the Government will harass us and try to silence us.”

The official investigation into MH370 ceased over a year ago but grieving families are desperate for the conversation to continue.

The organiser said all they wanted to do was help the families and bring attention to the fact that information is still missing.

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