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MH370: Captain's mass murder-suicide shock twist

New revelations suggest deliberate act in MH370's final moments


Explosive documents unveiled last-minute alterations to the doomed MH370 flight that disappeared a decade ago, raising suspicions of intentional actions by the captain in a shocking mass murder-suicide. The flight plan exposed the addition of 3,000kg of fuel and extra oxygen supplied exclusively to the cockpit before takeoff. Boeing 777 pilot Simon Hardy, analyzing the data, proposes that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah meticulously planned the mysterious disappearance, leaving experts puzzled.

Hardy highlights the peculiar coincidence of topping up crew oxygen, intended solely for the cockpit, just before the aircraft's final journey. The lack of oxygen in the rear, rendering cabin crew and passengers unconscious, supports the theory of a premeditated act without hindrance. The added fuel, providing an extra 30 minutes of flying time, suggests a deliberate crash in daylight.

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014, deviating from its flight path and presumed to have crashed in the southern Indian Ocean based on satellite data.

Despite ongoing investigations and theories surrounding the pilot's personal problems, officials remain uncertain about the plane's fate. The discovery of downward-facing flaps, indicating a manual override, adds complexity to the unresolved mystery. Theories of deliberate actions by the pilot or co-pilot continue, with questions lingering a decade after the plane's disappearance.

Source: Daily Mail

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