MH370 Solved? Experts Call It Suicide And "Premeditated Mass Murder" By Pilot

While there has been no official government explanation to the MH370 flight mystery that dominated the news for months after it occurred, experts on Australia’s 60 Minutes have put together what seems to be the most sensible re-creation of events that could explain the mystery of the missing plane.

Stunningly, experts agree that flight MH370 may have come down as an intentional act of mass suicide. The report was picked up by the Washington Post on Monday, who explained that "the plane's 2014 disappearance and apparent crash were a suicide by the 53-year-old [pilot] Zaharie — and a premeditated act of mass murder."

“The thing that gets discussed the most is that at the point where the pilot turned the transponder off, that he depressurized the airplane, which would disable the passengers,” said Larry Vance, a veteran aircraft investigator from Canada. “He was killing himself. Unfortunately, he was killing everyone else onboard. And he did it deliberately.”

Two of the most prominent mysteries of the flight were the lack of communication from the plane and a mysterious left turn that had yet to be explained. As the Washington Post describes, the plane's communication was likely turned off on purpose...

But the “60 Minutes” experts tried to answer one of the biggest questions surrounding the flight: How could a modern aircraft tracked by radar and satellites simply disappear?

Because, they say, Zaharie wanted it to. And the veteran pilot, who had nearly 20,000 hours of flight experience and had built a flight simulator in his home, knew exactly how to do it.

For example, at one point, he flew near the border of Malaysia and Thailand, crisscrossing into the airspace of both, Hardy said. But neither country was likely to see the plane as a threat because it was on the edge of their airspace.

...and the "unexplained" left turn could have been the pilot looking to take one last glance of his hometown:

Zaharie's suspected suicide might explain an oddity about the plane's final flight path: that unexpected turn to the left.

“Captain Zaharie dipped his wing to see Penang, his home town,” Simon Hardy, a Boeing 777 senior pilot and instructor, said on “60 Minutes.”

“If you look very carefully, you can see it's actually a turn to the left, and then start a long turn to the right. And then [he does] another left turn. So I spent a long time thinking about what this could be, what technical reason is there for this, and, after two months, three months thinking about this, I finally got the answer: Someone was looking out the window.”

“It might be a long, emotional goodbye,” Hardy added. “Or a short, emotional goodbye to his home town.”

As for the silence on board, experts believe that the pilot depressurized the cabin on purpose, knocking everybody on board unconscious (who was not wearing an oxygen mask, which it is assumed the pilot would have been wearing). As the report put it, "that would explain the silence from the plane as it veered wildly off course: no mayday from the craft's radio, no final goodbye texts, no attempted emergency calls that failed to connect."

The entire 60 Minutes piece can be viewed here.

If this re-creation of events is accurate, the explanation for MH370 bears a striking resemblance to Germanwings Flight 9525, which crashed in 2015 as a result of the co-pilot deliberately bringing the plane down. French prosecutors noted that the co-pilot had locked the pilot out of the cockpit and deliberately crashed the plane just days after the incident took place in March 2015. The incident spawned outcries for better mental health screening and requirements for pilots:

Aviation agencies around the world should draw up new rules requiring medical workers to warn authorities when a pilot's mental health could threaten public safety, French investigators recommended Sunday after a yearlong probe into the Germanwings plane crash.

The French investigation found that Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who had been treated for depression in the past, had consulted with dozens of doctors in the weeks before he deliberately crashed a jet into the French Alps on March 24, 2015, killing all 150 people on board.

Again, this re-creation of MH370's events were put together by aviation experts and not by any governmental agency, but the postulations seem to be one of the only plausible stories that, frankly, makes any sense. 


Masher1 Tue, 05/15/2018 - 00:30 Permalink

Bullshit... A carbon fiber aircraft is not going to go unnoticed if it crashes, And if, after a very short time of diligent searching for said debris, none is found then one can safely assume that no crash has occurred. the entire time of the period i found nothing at all to suggest there was a crash of a 300,000 pound aircraft. I did see a claim from EXIF data as to one of the passengers popping up on a US held island though, I spent a few months in a simulator working out the details of successfully flying that Boeing 777-200 to said island, and found the journey a very easy one for American hands to accomplish. So not finding a big pile of debris and also seeing a TON of septic coverage about the vanishing of MH370, i have little doubt that the whole thing was a trick to access a flying 777 to use in some way in a future event.... I also noticed the israeli acquisition of the sister aircraft 9M-MRP that was lurking on occupied land in Palestine somewhere under israeli control... the particulars of this event are well known to the upper parts of human control of this rock, The plans of them to use this Bowing 777 in some clandestine event were blown out of the water by some poor fellow hiding a cellphone in his rectum, once that went into the record and was known by the many the game was up.... Then we get to the resulting event the MH17 event.

Having the next in line from the factory to yank parts off and present as MH370/9M-MRO parts would be also a useful thing. But i suspect the idea was to use this air frame as a delivery system of a real big bang, that would have been orchestrated to look like Iranian hands were at work, The idea of hijacking has been off the radar since 2001 space time, and would have suited the clandestine side VERY well, Using such an event to stir the horets nest of the American population behind what ever path they had planned to move would have been VERY easy after the aforementioned "Big Bang" The powers that think they run the planet are trying to stoke the mind of the masses into doing as they calculate, These forces are working a very nasty and secretive path to enact there power grab, These plans at that time involved a Jumbo and a hijacking... the EXIF data torpedoed those plans and caused a whole new branch of evil to grow from that failure into the shoot down of the other 777. These actors are intent on their plans and are working on the next one right now, Working through the past attempts are good leg work to spotting and thwarting the next one.


A 480,000 lbs aircraft does not just vanish, carbon fiber parts or not.... 240 TONS.... and only one fapperon to show us...


Total bullshit.

bunnyswanson Baron von Bud Tue, 05/15/2018 - 00:45 Permalink

I believe this jetliner has been buried under the earth in a huge hangar on the Rothschild estate in UK.  Google earth gives you a 3D view and if you want to find it, go northwest of the mansion which has statues of men abducting small boys and adolescent girls cowering in fear of adult men featured in water fountains.  It sits near a road and looks like a football field-sized plot of land which rises up higher than that around it, a massive grave.

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philipat Masher1 Tue, 05/15/2018 - 02:45 Permalink

Australian TV? They are just as worthless as all other Western MSM if not worse. This must be the usual Government propaganda pushed out through their media division. When considering the disgusting disregard for their own citizens in covering-up the MH017 shooting down by Ukrainian jets, the Australian and Dutch Governments must rank amongst the worst?

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CuttingEdge One of these i… Tue, 05/15/2018 - 08:12 Permalink


According to the manifest, which is in the public domain (ZH ran it yonks ago) a considerable quantity of lithium-Ion batteries (co-incidentally weighing the same 12.5kg as standard ingots) were listed in the cargo hold.

Being shipped to China? On a passenger plane?



Guess who the worlds leading exporter of lithium batteries is?

$120m of bullion (if that is indeed what was being shipped) is not to be sniffed at, and is a hell of a motivator for bad actors with a remote capability, which ever way you slice it.

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Tapeworm revolla Wed, 05/16/2018 - 19:46 Permalink

Blah, blah, blah.

The 9/11 aeroplanes did so many things that this guy could not do even if flying along a squiggly border.

 All of a sudden there are questions of the flight path that were never brought up in the quackery of the 9/11 BS.

 Look at the paths of the 9/11 aeroplanes to see how they stayed out of primary radar (no need for transponder to track a behemoth aircraft).

 Perhaps these clowns could do a comparison to the 9/11 aeroplanes.

 Gee whiz, primary radar was able to track me in a Cessna 140 before all was lost on 9/11.

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Masher1 WakeUpPeeeeeople Tue, 05/15/2018 - 15:18 Permalink

Ok sure the carbon fiber parts are limited to the rudder fin and cabin structures... sure.. but any aircraft that size is going to leave a great many traces behind regardless of if it was skinned with CF... Seats,humans,flotation cushions,cargo,fuel,baggage etc...etc..  This story is showing us a single wing element and nothing else... Statistically that is an anomaly and can be discarded as a fake if there is not some other data to back it up...  


Here is the MOT take on all this...


A great many loose ends in 580+ pages for a event like this one.

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tnuctipun WakeUpPeeeeeople Tue, 05/15/2018 - 18:30 Permalink

All Boeing now have BUAP.  It was a subject of a court case when a Delta Airlines pilot sued Boeing.  The MH370 story revolves around a manned flight  -  the BUAP would be ideal for this.  Diego Garcia ?  Possibly - they have a sophisticated 'over the horizon' radar array on DG, similar to the Australian Jindalee array (that was conveniently 'turned off' at the time MH370 flew into the airspace it watches) so DG would have seen a lone plane out there off all commercial flight tracks.  The flapperon is easy to set adrift, once you have the entire plane in your hangar.   This recent Sixtu Minutes episode is pure bullshit, IMO.  The stupidity of the 'flew in and out of two countries to avoid radar suspicion' line is appallingly stupid once you know how radar, and radar operators, work.  Then there is the already discredited from 'faulty interpetation of radar trace' story that the plane circles the pilots home island ...  did not happen - but Sixty Minutes regurgitated this too ....  Looks very like Sixty Minutes went on a ratings hunt and just used as much paid content as needed to pin this on the pilot.  A man with no indicators what so ever of mental or emotional instability.  That Sixty Minutes episode was full off assumpotion, and known false statements, and has smeared a perfectly honourable man who they accuse of a mass murder/suicide crime.  Sixty Minutes is disgracefully venal.

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FireBrander TruthHammer Tue, 05/15/2018 - 11:24 Permalink

I find it VERY hard to believe the US Military never took notice of this plane and that the military has ZERO recorded evidence of this plane in flight. No military satellite imagery? No thermal detection?

But then again, the US Government, with a two month notice, was "powerless" to stop a pregnant woman and her two kids from ILLEGALLY entering the USA...

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ft65 FireBrander Tue, 05/15/2018 - 12:16 Permalink

I think you will find that the military in that area - Diego Garcia who's prime job is to watch over air traffic, made a statement that if it had been tracking Flight 370 they would neither divulge or admit to having the information... Go figure.


Flight Radar 24 logs every single passenger jet, the USA doesn't have a satellite / radar system that over-lays this, detecting large metal or other objects passing through the atmosphere. The chances that the US military do not know the whereabouts of that plane is zero. As soon as it electronically "disappeared" a big klaxon would have been sounded and every piece of radar equipment homed-in. Just take a look at USA air base coverage dotted around the world. They are not a random pattern, dotted here and there. MH370's disappearance is total bullshit.


The German suicide First Officer had been on the usual anti-depressant (homicidal) drugs. The ones Big Pharma manage to keep hidden using privacy laws, when mass killers strike.

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any_mouse ft65 Tue, 05/15/2018 - 14:06 Permalink

Maybe there was a live drill ongoing at the same time.

US military was on stand down.

Purely coincidental.

Post 9/11, a plane doesn't follow procedures, and no one cares to scramble fighter jets?

As if there were no rogue terrorists operating in that area of the world.

If a story stinks, the most plausible explanation is that the story is shit.

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hannah ft65 Tue, 05/15/2018 - 14:17 Permalink

'..Flight Radar 24 logs every single passenger jet, the USA doesn't have a satellite / radar system that over-lays this..'...the usa has multiple systems that track every fucking thing in the sky 24/7 worldwide. we have been putting 2-4 sats up every year since 1960. we have ground based tracking systems also. the us gov knows exactly where the plane is....also the engine maintenance transponders that cant be deactivated show fucking exactly where the plane is.........they just are not telling us. that is the big question...why.

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exlcus FireBrander Tue, 05/15/2018 - 15:32 Permalink

I find it VERY hard to believe the US Military never took notice of this plane and that the military has ZERO recorded evidence of this plane in flight.

Oh they know what happened. They just aren't saying.

They didn't build the best surveillance system in the history of the world for your benefit...

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gdpetti Totally_Disill… Tue, 05/15/2018 - 09:44 Permalink

But isn't it interesting that no 'play' was made with this one? No blame it on RUssia, or whoever? That speaks of the 'unknown' factor... hyperdimensional.... which they try to coverup... ignore... twist the facts to confuse people etc.... it is 'said', that that plane is still there... only 'stuck'... which has been a problem at times in other well known spots such as the Bermuda Triangle... it is said that plane is still 'there'.... just not 'here'... and since it could reappear at any time, or wait till Mother Nature arrives with a 'curtain' changer... no 'play' has really been made out of this one...

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Tapeworm neversink Wed, 05/16/2018 - 20:53 Permalink

It was true on 9/11 that there were areas that RADAR coverage did not work well. It's a funny thing that the highjackers with no IFR experience were able to maneuver precisely to take advantage of the poor RADAR spots.

 That's just one of those things that makes me in awe of their skills. They were able to exceed VNe by over 120 kts without a hiccup. Asshole Boeing test pilots are pussies for being such pansies that refuse to do what any incompetent 172 pilot can do.

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pods CuttingEdge Tue, 05/15/2018 - 09:45 Permalink

Batteries are not ingots. Batteries are batteries.

They are a PIA to ship anymore, because of the Tesla effect.

And lithium ion batteries are shipped all the time on passenger planes.  You would be surprised what goes into the hold.  Dangerous goods are moved on passenger planes all the time. They are also what brought down that Valuejet plane in the everglades. That was an improperly packed oxygen generator.  


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bitzager pods Tue, 05/15/2018 - 09:58 Permalink

The ONLY question I have is:

How come anybody on the plane or remotely has ability to turn off those location radio transmitters..??? It's so obvious that on the commercial passenger plane NOBODY should have access to those position/location radio transmitters and they MUST have  emergency power supply in case of complete electric power shutdown.. In other words those Radio Transmitters should be ON all the time by default without any pilot access.

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Offthebeach bitzager Tue, 05/15/2018 - 20:48 Permalink

You can't have cabin/cockpit electrical circuits without circuit breakers.  Period.

You can take all the cockpit switch out, fine, but somewhere there is a circuit breaker, and you just have to open it. 

All pilots are very  familiar with the electrical circuits, what powers what and what circuit breaker it runs through.

Moreso, even so, you just need( if that ) a screw driver and a wire cutter. 


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cougar_w bitzager Tue, 05/15/2018 - 13:52 Permalink

All the controls for all the systems are available in the cockpit all the time. Been the case since the Wright brothers.

What you should be asking is, why are these planes not flown entirely by wire? The electronics can already handle 99% of the trip and most of the "situations". They even land themselves in a lot of airports, certainly the entire approach, have done so for years the pilot pretty much just makes visual verification that the way clear. The original reason to automate the entire flight had to do with saving fuel, but we can see other applications now. As with cars, jets are too important to leave to humans. Let the machines take over -- fly an empty cockpit -- and you won't have these same kinds of problems.

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