Skip to comments.Chilling Theory of What Doomed Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
Posted on 05/15/2018 10:11:34 PM PDT by Hojczyk
Now, based on two slight clues, experts have a new theory about what doomed the flight: the pilot was committing suicide.
From The Washington Post:
All but one of the 239 people on the doomed Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 had probably been unconscious incapacitated by the sudden depressurization of the Boeing 777 and had no way of knowing they were on an hours-long, meandering path to their deaths.
Along that path, a panel of aviation experts said Sunday, was a brief but telling detour near Penang, Malaysia, the home town of Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah.
On two occasions, whoever was in control of the plane and was probably the only one awake tipped the craft to the left.
The experts believe Zaharie, the plane's pilot, was taking a final look.
That is the chilling theory that the team of analysts assembled by Australia's 60 Minutes have posited about the final hours of MH370.
They suspect that the plane's 2014 disappearance and apparent crash were a suicide by the 53-year-0ld Zaharie and a premeditated act of mass murder.
The report goes on to say that the theory that Zaharie depressurized the plane and knocked everyone but himself out is the best explanation for why there were no distress signals. The flight went extremely far off course, which normally would have prompted a "mayday" signal.
This may be the closest anyone gets to figuring out what happened:
The wreckage has not been found, though hundreds of millions of dollars have gone into the four-year search. The secret of what happened in the final moments of the ill-fated flight and the motive behind it all probably died with its passengers and pilot.
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IT has been a possibility since day one....
I thought suicide was the main theory from day one.
What other possibility was there?
Depressurize the plane, keep it above 35000 ft for 10 or more minutes. Slowly lose altitude and try a soft landing in the water. The plane could go down in one piece.
I read this yesterday and thought this certainly Makes sense. I understand another search is being done.
He was committing jihad.
yes - meanwhile, authorities are baffled as to a possible motive
The other possibilities revolved around (1) someone else among the crew or passengers on board taking control, (2) a 240th individual being onboard and seizing control via the equipment area, (3) a depressurization issue taking out the pilot/co-pilot. All were weak in nature.
The key thing I believe is that when they came to the pilots house....they found that he’d set up one room with various monitors and a computer simulator system. So they went to see what flight patterns had been deleted and found that the route noted by radar....was one of the patterns that he’d flown on several occasions with the simulator.
He had become ‘depressed’ in nature over a court case in the country....involving a Muslim Mullah character, and there is some belief that he’d lost his reasoning capability with this depression.
If you take this episode and the German Airwings (2015) episode (another pilot...non-Muslim....heavily affected by depression)...it’s obvious that the stress factor is great upon these people and their jobs.
That is a new theory?
A Muslim in the cockpit crashing the plane. Since there has never been a precedent for that, this sets the first.
Egypt Air 990?
Sounds a lot like the Old Theory.
“hundreds of millions ...”
This all makes sense but my question is how did he take out the copilot?
Muzzie pilot. Explains everything.
Did they leave out he was Muslim
duh, ya think? what a lame attempt at running old news as news
he was getting the old lover pink slip from his wife