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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.

metro.co.uk/18 June 2019

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