Skip to comments.'Assassination' of Malaysian consul Zahid Raza in Madagascar fuels new MH370 conspiracy
Posted on 09/02/2017 12:49:16 PM PDT by BenLurkin
...Blaine Gibson, who has been gathering suspected MH370 debris as it washes up on Madagascar and Mozambique, said Mr Raza had been due to deliver new items to Malaysian investigators in Kuala Lumpur when he was unexpectedly slain.
The timing has rattled Mr Gibson, who says he has been receiving death threats because of his self-financed mission to solve the baffling aviation mystery.
He had planned to keep details of his latest finds which included two items he considered particularly promising 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.
Last December, Reuters reported that Mr Raza assisted Blaine Gibson in transferring the custody of pieces believed to be from MH370 from Madagascar to Malaysia, Dr Iannello wrote in his blog about the disturbing chain of events.
What makes a possible link to MH370 even more suspicious is that in the time period surrounding his death, Mr Raza was expected to visit the Malagasy Ministry of Transport, retrieve additional recovered pieces, and deliver those pieces to Malaysia.
However, local reports suggest Mr Raza was a marked man long before Mr Gibson came along.
The French-language news website ZINFOS 974 speculated Mr Raza was killed as payback for his alleged involvement in the 2009 abduction of several residents of Indo-Pakistani descent known collectively as Karens.
Meanwhile, as the investigation into Mr Razas murder continues, Mr Gibsons new possible MH370 debris remains with Madagascar authorities until new arrangements can be made to send them to Malaysia.
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So how much debris/wreckage has been recovered ?
Also has any of it been confirmed to be from MH370 ?
Looks like three pieces of wreckage have been identified as having come from MH370 so far and there are two more pieces in Madagascar awaiting return to Malaysia.
Three confirmed and another three probable.
Us the additional not delivered.
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