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#MH370 : lying third worlders might finally be telling the truth

TWO people have come forward claiming they know what caused Flight MH370 to disappear without a trace.

Indonesia’s police chief General Sutarman reportedly told a meeting of airline officials and senior police, “I spoke to the Malaysian Police Chief, Tun Mohammed Hanif Omar. I actually know what had actually happened with MH370.”

Indonesian news organisation Kompas.com reported General Sutarman’s comments were witnessed by a number of high-ranking police officers and Lion Air representatives.

It is not clear when the claims were made.

The astonishing comments have sparked concern that officials have always known what caused the Malaysian Airlines plane to vanish six months ago with 239 passengers and crew on board.

Inspector General of Police in Malaysia, Khalid Abu Bakar, said he was shocked at General Sutarman’s statement and promised to question him.

Concerned ... Malaysia Police Inspector General, Khalid Abu Bakar (pictured), said he wou

Concerned … Malaysia Police Inspector General, Khalid Abu Bakar (pictured), said he would speak with the Indonesian police chief. Picture: Supplied

The news comes as an aviation expert claimed MH370’s pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, was responsible for the plane’s disappearance.

Ewan Wilson, formerly the head of Kiwi Airlines, believes Ahmad Shah killed himself and his passengers by switching off the on board oxygen supply.

Wilson claims “mentally ill” Ahmad Shah locked his copilot, Fariq Hamid, out of the cockpit, depressurised the cabin and shut down all communications before turning the plane around.

Sensational claims ... an aviation expert claims MH370’s pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, cause

Sensational claims … an aviation expert claims MH370’s pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, caused the plane to crash. Picture: Supplied

He added that 53-year-old Ahmad Shah’s “suicide” followed five other “suicide flights” in recent times.

“Ahmad Shah was a man known for his methodical, thorough nature, for his love of the technical, and probably for his ego, too,” Wilson told The Mirror.

“This (crash) would have been his final sad act to his family and to the world: ‘find this one’.”

Wilson, a commercial pilot who was convicted of fraud following the collapse of Kiwi Airlines, made the sensational claims in a new book “Goodnight Malaysian 370” — named after Ahmad Shah’s last broadcast to air traffic control.

Wilson’s book, penned with New Zealand journalist Geoff Taylor, took four months to research.

No trace of the plane has been found.

A new search for the Boeing 777, which was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it disappeared, is set to be launched next month.

Search ... a new search for Flight MH370 is set to be launched next month. Picture: Suppl

Search … a new search for Flight MH370 is set to be launched next month. Picture: Supplied

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Coverup, pack of lies, Khazanah Bank uses jewish lightning, ukrainean / malaysian / thai child traffickers and online kiddie porn providers… Now corrupt police officials start leaking the truth…

Delightful.

Makes me proud to see Australia funnel BILLIONS to these tinpot third world shitholes, only to have them first use us to help them cover up the truth then leak it to embarass us once our political class has gone all in with them.

Maybe, like Africans, you can’t buy Asians… just rent them.

Here you go #MH370 conspiracy bonfire. Have a little more fuel.

NSA classifies info re MH370. All perfectly normal and above board.

This has turned just a leetle bit into Tempus Fugit off the X-Files.

Flight 370: woo escalates to ultra-woo as lapdog media retails out-there factoids

KUALA LUMPUR (INTELLIHUB) — In a strange twist of events Sara Bajc, the girlfriend of missing flight 370 passenger Phillip Wood, told CNN how the Malaysian military and even the U.S. are likely involved in a massive cover-up surrounding the aircrafts disappearance on the morning of Mar. 8.

Astonishingly Bajc told CNN, “The jet [flight 370] had actually been accompanied by fighter planes, there is some witness to that.”. 

“I think we need to have a better view into where that plane went and who has got it now”, Bajc told CNN going on to explain how she felt her boyfriend Phillip Wood was still alive somewhere. Bajc also pointed out that the general consensus amongst family members also leans toward the plane still being intact somewhere, alluding to a militarized operation.

“I am sure that the military in Malaysia knew that plane was there and has tracked that plane in some way. Now whether they were in control of it or not we don’t know. Many people are saying that the United States is involved […] but the general thinking across the families here and even non-families […] believe this was a military operation of some sort.”, said Bajc.

Shockingly, this dovetails with information already obtained by Intellihub News which, via GPS metadata, puts Phillip Wood in a holding cell at the U.S. controlled military base Diego Garcia.

Police hunt mystery woman who made final phone call to doomed jet captain

Police hunt mystery woman who made final phone call to doomed jet captain as first picture emerges of his estranged wife and family

  • Call was made to Captain Shah just hours before he took off in MH370
  • Pay-as-you-go phone which made the call was bought with fake ID
  • Fake ID was used to get around security measures put in place after 9/11
  • Increases fears Captain Shah may have links to terrorism
  • Investigators will soon question the captain’s estranged wife in detail

By Simon Parry

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It was one of the last calls made to or from the mobile of Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah in the hours before his Boeing 777 left Kuala Lumpur 16 days ago.

Investigators are treating it as potentially significant because anyone buying a pay-as-you-go SIM card in Malaysia has to fill out a form giving their identity card or passport number.

Family man: Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah with his wife Faizah Khan and two of their three childrenCaptain Zaharie Ahmad Shah with his wife Faizah Khan and two of their three children

Introduced as an anti-terrorism measure following 9/11, this ensures that every number is registered to a traceable person.

But in this case police traced the number to a shop selling SIM cards in Kuala Lumpur.