May 2018: Aviation experts blame MH370 pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, but remember that it is just a theory, a very convenient theory…





Can’t most obsevers be wong? 

Published on May 14, 2018

A panel of aviation experts forensically examine MH370’s final hours and explain why Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah has arisen as the most likely perpetrator in the aircraft’s disappearance. 


Passenger’s wife says missing MH370 aircraft nothing to do with pilot


PETALING JAYA: The wife of one of the passengers on board the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 says she launched a legal suit against US-based aircraft maker Boeing as she believed the incident was related to a fault with the plane.

Australian Danica Weeks was reported by the ABC news network yesterday as saying that it could not have happened due to a suicide bid, as has been speculated by certain quarters who claimed that it might have been the work of pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah.

“I’ve always believed the fault was with the plane, which is why I put a court case out against Boeing in the US — to prove that the Boeing 777s that are still flying are safe,” she was quoted as saying in ABC’s news portal.

“If you look back at suicidal plots, it doesn’t normally happen seven hours into a flight — it would happen in the beginning,” she added.

Weeks was recorded to have filed the suit against Boeing with four other plaintiffs at the district court of the District of Columbia in the US, based on alleged personal injury, airplane product liability and torts, on June 15, 2016.

She was quoted as saying that she was still waiting for a response from Boeing…

The Boeing 777-200ER had disappeared en route to Beijing from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport with 227 passengers, including Weeks’ husband Paul Weeks, and 12 crew on board on March 8, 2014.

6 June 2016

Family of MH370 Captain hopes search will continue

June 6, 2016

Extended family members of MH370 Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, agree with ATSB Head Martin Dolan that the search for the missing aircraft should continue if the current mission ends in failure.

KUALA LUMPUR: The extended family of Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, agree with the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) Chief Martin Dolan that the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 should continue. Another 15,000 sq km remain to be searched in the 7th Arc in the southern Indian Ocean, off southeast Australia. So far, there has been no sign of the plane in the 120,000 sq km search area.

All indications, at this point in time, are that the plane may never be found in the current search location by the time it’s completed.

“From my personal opinion, Australia is within its rights to call off the search,” Sakinab Shah, the sister of Captain Zaharie, told ABC. “It’s Malaysia’s responsibility, this is Malaysian MH370, our national carrier, once our pride and joy.”

She added that her brother was deeply missed. “There’s nobody in this world that can replace him. He was a very kind fellow, very caring. He made time for everybody. He was generous-hearted.”


International Business Times

Malaysia MH370: Captain Zaharie Shah Switched Off Oxygen Supply, Ex-Kiwi Airlines Boss Claims

MH370 pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah deliberately killed himself and 227 passengers on board the doomed flight by turning off the oxygen supply, an airline boss has claimed.

Ewan Wilson,  the former chief executive of Kiwi International Airlines, will tell aviation experts in Birmingham later today (15 September) about his belief that Shah planned the tragedy as part of an “ultimate post-mortem triumph”.

Wilson however believes Shah was responsible for the flight’s tragedy. He thinks he purposedly shut his co-pilot, Fariq Hamid, out of the cockpit so he could shut all communication down before changing the flight path.

He claims Shah then depressurised the plane so the cabin crew and passengers’ oxygen would run out – causing them to die from hypoxia.

In his book, Goodnight 370, Wilson explores five previous “suicide” flights that claimed the lives of 422 passengers and crew in the last 30 years:

29 November, 2013: Mozambican Flight TM 470: 33 killed – co-pilot was in the toilet at the time. Investigations revealed the pilot was suffering from depression due to marital problems.

31 October, 1999: Egypt Air Flight 990: 217 killed – crash believed to be intentional after co-pilot Gameel Al-Batouti had been reprimanded for sexual misconduct. The executive who told him he would not be allowed to fly US routes again was on the flight.

19 December, 1997: SilkAir Flight 185: 104 killed – Captain Tsu Wai Ming may have committed suicide by switching off both flight recorders and intentionally putting the plane into a dive.

21 August, 1994: Royal Air Maroc Flight 630: 44 killed – Pilot Younes Khayat believed to have deliberately crashed the plane by directing it into mountains.

9 February, 1982: Japan Airlines Flight 350: 24 killed – Captain Deiji Katagiri switched two of the engines into reverse on descent before crash landing the plane into water. He escaped in a rescue boat and was later found not guilty by reason of insanity.

For the rest of this cock-and-bull story (i.e. highly fanciful tale), click on:



Look at the conflicting stories! Who do you believe?

1. The Sunday Times (UK), in its website, the newspaper quoted PDRM as currently regarding Zaharie as the main suspect behind the aircraft’s disappearance.

It stated that Zaharie was now the target after the rest onboard MH370 were cleared.

2. Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein yesterday denied a report, published in a newspaper in the United Kingdom (UK), that Captain Zaharie Shah was the prime suspect behind the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Flight MH370.

中國報訊:據英國《星期天時報》(The Sunday Times)22日刊登的一份獨家報導中透露,馬來西亞警方已把馬來西亞航空MH370客機機長查哈里鎖定為飛機失蹤謎團的主要嫌犯。警方調查是在排除機上乘客嫌疑之後,才把目標鎖定在查哈里身上。




9:35AM Jun 23, 2014

Cops rubbish ‘pilot responsible’ for MH370 report

The Malaysian police have expressed regret over the irresponsible reporting by the Sunday Times in the United Kingdom that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was responsible for the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Flight MH370 while enroute to Beijing, China on March 8.

Inspector-General of Police secretariat assistant head (corporate communications) ACP Asmawati Ahmad described the report as irresponsible and baseless.

“The Sunday Times, United Kingdom had contacted PDRM to get the latest development on the mystery of the missing MH370 on June 19 and 20.

“We replied that investigation was still ongoing, not conclusive and encompassed all aspects of investigation. PDRM did not make a statement that Captain Zaharie was the main suspect in the incident,” she said in a statement.

Borneo Post

Hisham refutes UK news report MH370 pilot prime suspect

Posted on June 23, 2014, Monday

KLUANG: Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein yesterday denied a report, published in a newspaper in the United Kingdom (UK), that Captain Zaharie Shah was the prime suspect behind the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Flight MH370.

He described the action by the newspaper concerned in publishing the report as irresponsible and that it was only to increase the newspaper circulation.

“If we want to entertain the newspapers in UK, they have new stories everyday.


Malaysia Chronicle

Sunday, 15 June 2014 10:15

Why MH370 pilot is not to blame: HIDDEN HANDS can try but it won’t work, Zaharie’s family

SOME consider him the prime suspect behind aviation’s greatest mystery, but the family of MH370 pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah have never wavered in their belief in him.

Today marks 100 days since MH370 disappeared with 239 aboard, and in that time Zaharie has been linked to a mystery “other woman” and even accused of using his at home flight simulator to plot a plane crash in an act of domestic terrorism to support controversial Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim.

But none of this is true, say his family in an exclusive interview, and there are several good reasons why.

“There are two reasons for Arie to still be alive. This is his best friend, this grandson of his,” says Zaharie’s brother in law, Asuad Khan, pointing to a photograph of five-year-old Ahmad Naufal Khan. “He was devoted to the little boy.”

“And this is the other reason,” he says, showing a photograph of Capt Zaharie and his daughter Aishah.

“That’s the reasons he would want to continue living.”


Daddy’s girl … Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah and daughter Aishah Zaharie. Source: Facebook. Source: Facebook

Describing him as a passionate pilot who devoted his life to Malaysia Airlines, which he joined in 1981, the family also spoke of an ordinary dad who was fun to be around, loved a joke, fixing things and cooking.

Family photographs show the pilot and his grandson playing with toys, jumping on a trampoline, blowing bubbles and wearing masks.

Mr Khan speaks on behalf of the family. He says his sister Faizah Khanum is not yet ready to speak publicly, especially with no idea of where the plane ended up.

Mrs Khanum has moved out of the home she and Capt Zaharie shared in Shah Alam and she is currently living with their younger son and daughter in their second home in Subang, a suburb of Kuala Lumpur.


Childhood sweethearts … Capt Zaharie Ahmad Khan goes on a night cycle with his wife, Faizah Khanum. Source: Supplied

The most popular theory had been based on the most credible evidence to date — that one of the crew members was suicidal. Most of the focus had been on Capt Zaharie Ahmad Shah but co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid also came under scrutiny.

However, MAS’s commercial director, Hugh Dunleavy, rejected this theory and said the captain was a seasoned pilot with an excellent record. Dunleavy was reported to have said there were nothing to suggest the pilot was the one to blame.


MH370: The top five theories

PETALING JAYA, June 15 — Since MH370 first disappeared, experts and conspiracy theorists alike have been wracking their brains, trying to piece together what actually happened on March 8.

Everything — from a mistaken target to terrorism to former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s belief the CIA was behind the plane’s disappearance — was thrown in the ring for public debate.

The most popular theory had been based on the most credible evidence to date — that one of the crew members was suicidal.

Most of the focus had been on Capt Zaharie Ahmad Shah but co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid also came under scrutiny.

For weeks, the Malaysian authorities were bombarded by questions about the possibility that Zaharie, who was said to be a strong supporter of Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, taking down the plane as a way to get back at the government.

His private life was laid bare as police went through his flight simulator and conducted background research to see if he may have had any reason to commit suicide.

However, MAS’s commercial director, Hugh Dunleavy, rejected this theory and said the captain was a seasoned pilot with an excellent record.

Dunleavy was reported to have said there were nothing to suggest the pilot was the one to blame.

With Malaysian police still looking at the possibility of a hijack, terrorism or even “pilot suicide’’, Asuad said Faizah still gets interviewed by them and it is taking a toll on her.


Tuesday May 20, 2014 MYT 7:11:17 AM

MH370 pilot did not believe in life insurance, says family

PETALING JAYA: The relatives of missing Flight MH370’s pilot Capt Zaharie Ahmad Shah have broken their silence to tick off those who have put forward pilot suicide as a possible reason for the plane’s disappearance.

With all sorts of speculations swirling around about a purported suicide designed to collect a big insurance payout, the family is also upset that MAS has not spoken for him or protected him.

Asuad Khan, the brother-in-law of Capt Zaharie, reiterated that the experienced aviator did not even believe in having a life insurance policy.

“Not only did he not have a life insurance policy, he and his family do not have medical insurance coverage. Any insurance payout will only be from MAS,” he said.

Speaking on behalf of his sister Faizah Khan, Asuad said the inaccurate speculation had tarnished Capt Zaharie’s image.

“Arie had told Faizah that when he retired from MAS, any health problems would be dealt with at government hospitals and that they had to live within their means.

“He is a man with a sense of humour. ‘We will be retired so we will have all the time in the world to wait at the hospital,’ he had told his wife,” said Asuad.

“His work is his passion and life has been good to him and his family, so why would he want to commit suicide as well as take the lives of 238 people along with him?”



Monday May 19, 2014 MYT 9:33:44 PM

MH370: Capt Zaharie was not suicidal, claims brother-in-law

Capt Zaharie pictured here in front of the flight simulator that he built.

Capt Zaharie pictured here in front of the flight simulator that he built.

PETALING JAYA: The family of Capt Zaharie Ahmad Shah, pilot of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 plane, have defended his reputation in an episode of Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s (ABC) Four Corners program.

Capt Zaharie’s brother-in-law, Asuad Khan, said the 53-year-old pilot was a “happy, generous and kind man” who fell victim to false rumours and inaccurate reporting.

Asuad, who spoke on behalf of Capt Zaharie’s wife, Faizah Khan, also said claims of the captain committing suicide for life insurance are untrue.

“If you are talking about life insurance he didn’t have one. Trust me, check. He didn’t have one. He didn’t believe in it so why would he want to (commit) suicide?” he said.

“Because if you say that he wanted to (commit) suicide in the Indian Ocean, I say prove it. He was not suicidal,” he added, citing Capt Zaharie’s good life, wealth and love for his daughter as deterrents against taking his own life.

Asuad also dismissed claims that the captain could have been a rogue pilot on a suicide mission, and claimed the authorities may be using Capt Zaharie as a scapegoat.

*There were no serious marital problems, definitely no mention of a divorce.

Malaysian Insider

Family of flight MH370 pilot frustrated over suspicion, bad press, says WSJ

April 05, 2014

The family of the captain of missing flight MH370 is frustrated over the suspicion and negative press surrounding the pilot’s motives and character, a relative told The Wall Street Journal yesterday.

The business journal said the relative, who’s an immediate family member, dismissed theories in media that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah committed suicide, was overwrought by marital problems or had some financial motive, such as life-insurance payment, to act irresponsibly.

“He was in his right mind, a good person. If he wanted to commit suicide, why would he take the plane all the way out into the Indian Ocean?” he was quoted as saying.

Zaharie “didn’t believe” in life insurance, he told Wall Street Journal, adding that media reports on Zaharie’s marital troubles were false.

“That news is fake; I don’t know where they got it,” he said.

He said he personally asked Zaharie’s wife whether they were facing serious marital problems and she told him that they didn’t. “People quarrel, but there’s not anything to the idea of divorcing.”

Anwar yesterday told British daily The Telegraph:

“After personally having been subjected to such unjust accusations, I strongly feel that you should not cast aspersions against people until you have evidence to support it.

“To condemn a person because he is a supporter of democracy is totally unjustified. Having said that, there’s nothing stopping the police or the authorities from conducting an open and fair investigation into anybody – including the radar operators, the defence minister – why are they concealing this information?”



Stop targeting Capt Zaharie!



Tuesday April 1, 2014 MYT 10:16:09 PM

MH370 search: Stop targeting Capt Zaharie, says IGP

KOTA BARU: Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakarregrets that there are still certain parties who continue to speculate the fate of Flight MH370 even to the point of tarnishing the reputation of Capt Zaharie Ahmad Shah’s family.

He said the speculations would not only embarrass the family but could also jeopardise investigations into the incident.

“There are too many speculations, so we have to be very careful what we read. Even his daughter has denied, yet there are media (foreign) who intentionally write things, which are not correct.

“If there is anything, I will make an announcement. But we have to understand that this is being investigated, and we are afraid that it could jeopardise our investigations,” he told reporters after launching the Life-long Health Carnival With Royal Malaysian Police Leadership at the Kelantan Police Contingent Headquarters, here on Tuesday.

*THEY STILL CAN’T TELL WHOSE VOICE IT WAS THAT SAID, “Good night, Malaysian three seven zero”.

*The full transcript of communications between Flight MH370 and the Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control has been released, revealing nothing ‘abnormal’.

The final entry from just after 1.19am comes from one of the two MH370 pilots, who said: “Good night, Malaysian three seven zero”.

The transcript – and particularly the final words from MH370 – have been the subject of much speculation following earlier statements by authorities and the airline that the last transmission from the plane was a casual “All right, good night”. 

The Star

Tuesday April 1, 2014 MYT 10:44:44 PM

MH370 search: Government releases transcript, says nothing ‘abnormal’

PETALING JAYA: The full transcript of communications between Flight MH370 and the Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control has been released, revealing nothing ‘abnormal’.

Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammudin Hussein said in a statement on Tuesday that the transcript had been shared with the families of passengers.

“There is no indication of anything abnormal in the transcript,” said Hishammuddin.

“The transcript was initially held as part of the police investigation,” he said.

Hishammuddin said that previously, MAS had stated initial investigations indicated the voice which signed off was that of the co-pilot.

“The police are working to confirm this belief, and forensic examination of the actual recording is ongoing,” Hishammuddin added.



(吉隆坡1日訊)政府今午公布馬航MH370 3月8日凌晨12時36分至1時19分,與地面塔台的對話。機上和塔台對話者在對話中,起初先用MAS370;之后改多次用Malaysian Three Seven Zero,代交長希山在聲明中指,對話看起來沒有什麼不正常。



*THE ANONYMOUS SOURCE QUOTED BY THE DAILY MAIL AS HAVING SAID THAT his friend’s relationships were breaking down, adding it was possible Captain Zaharie took MH370 for a ‘last joyride’ in which he tried high-risk maneuvers he had perfected on his beloved home-made flight simulator DENIES THAT HE EVER SAID THAT OR THAT HE EVEN SPOKE TO THE PAPER!


MH370 Lost in Indian Ocean: Capt denies Daily Mail report

SHAH ALAM: Malaysian Pilots Association president Captain Abdul Manan Mansor today denied a report by Daily Mail online allegedly quoting him saying that the missing MH370 pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was “psychologically unstable” after a marriage break up.

Abdul Manan not only denied claiming Zaharie was mentally unstable, he also clarified that he has never spoken to Daily Mail“I didn’t speak to Daily Mail, I didn’t say that Zaharie was psychologically unstable.

“You can disregard the entire article,” he said.

The Malaysia Aviation Management College chief executive asserted that he did not know Zaharie personally and would not have known of any marital problems he might or might not have had.

*The Mail on Sunday, reported yesterday that Captain Zaharie’s wife, Faizah Khanum Mustafa Khan, had allegedly told investigators that “he retreated into a shell”, spending time alone in his room in the house they shared.



Quote from the Holy Quran
ۚ والفتنة أشد من القتل ۚAnd Al-Fitnah is worse than killingDear Dailymail,
You should consider making movies since you are so good at making up stories and scripts out of thin air..May god have mercy on your souls. You can bet your ass I will not forgive you.

Captain Zaharie’s daughter hits back at accusations over missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370

THE daughter of MH370 pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah has broken her silence to hit out at baseless accusations against her father.

Pilot’s daughter fights back accusations

Facebook Photo dated November 1, 2010. Picture taken by Hazwan Anuar of Aishah Zaharie daughter of the Malaysian airlines pilot Captain Zaharie Shah Source: Facebook

Aishah Zaharie, along with her brother Ahmad Idris Zaharie, have used a Facebook page set up in support of their father to express their disgust at media reports about him.

They say the latest story is utter rubbish, pushing human patience to the limit and Aishah has suggested that one UK paper should consider making movies because they are so good at making up scripts.

Their comments, along with calls for them to take legal action, follow a report in the UK Daily Mail which purported to know what the family has told police investigators in Kuala Lumpur.

Police have joined the protest, saying the story is unsubstantiated and from unreliable sources.

the Sun daily

Pilot’s daughter says UK tabloid ‘made up’ MH370 report

KUALA LUMPUR: The daughter of MH370’s pilot has accused a British tabloid of “making up” an article in which the paper quoted her saying her father was unstable before the flight, a report said Monday.

The Daily Mail, whose coverage of the three-week-long missing-plane crisis has been questioned before, said in a report Sunday that family members described captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, as “disturbed”.

But Aishah Zaharie, the captain’s daughter, said the Daily Mail report was bogus.

“Dear Daily Mail, You should consider making movies since you are so good at making up stories and scripts out of thin air,” she said in a posting late Sunday on her Facebook page, according to a local news portal.

“May god have mercy on your souls. You can bet your ass I will not forgive you,” the 28-year-old added.

AFP could not confirm the comments due to the restricted-access settings on Aishah’s Facebook page. She did not immediately respond to an AFP message seeking comment.

School principal defends flight MH370 pilot over allegations




Here is what an ANONYMOUS so-called friend is supposed to have said:

He said his friend’s relationships were breaking down, adding it was possible Captain Zaharie took MH370 for a ‘last joyride’ in which he tried high-risk maneuvers he had perfected on his beloved home-made flight simulator.


WHAT HIS WIFE AND DAUGHTER SAID ARE USED TO PAINT THE PICTURE OF A MAN PRONE TO ‘RASH’ ACTION, someone who might have taken the plane on a suicide flight!

The pilot of the missing Malaysia  Airlines flight was in emotional turmoil over the break-up of his marriage, his family have revealed.

Speaking about the mystery for the first time, the wife and daughter of Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah said the 53-year-old pilot had been distracted and withdrawn in the weeks before the aircraft’s  disappearance – and refused pleas to attend some marriage counselling sessions.

Three weeks after Flight MH370 went missing with 239 crew and passengers aboard, investigators in Malaysia believe that someone – possibly the captain – deliberately steered the Boeing 777 off course after communications were cut.

No suicide note has been found and no motive established, but police are continuing to concentrate their inquiries on the pilot’s  background and whether his state of mind before the flight may be a factor.


The investigator, who has been on the case since the beginning, told USA TODAY police believe the pilot “deliberately” redirected the plane. He said of those on board the flight, only the captain possessed the experience and expertise to fly the plane.

USA Today

Malaysia jet disappearance no accident, investigator says

Mahi Ramakrishnan, Special for USA TODAY 4:45 p.m. EDT March 26, 2014

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — The pilot of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet is believed to be solely responsible for the flight being taken hundreds of miles off course and there is no evidence of a mechanical failure or hijacking by a passenger, according to an law enforcement official involved in the investigation.

A high-ranking officer attached to a special investigative branch of the Malaysia police force in Kuala Lumpur told USA TODAY on Wednesday that investigators are pressing relatives of the pilot, Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, for information on his behavior leading up to the March 8 flight.

The official could not speak on the record because he is not authorized to talk publicly on the investigation.

The investigator, who has been on the case since the beginning, told USA TODAY police believe the pilot “deliberately” redirected the plane. He said of those on board the flight, only the captain possessed the experience and expertise to fly the plane.

The official said investigators have found no connection between Zaharie, 53, and any militant groups, and the 27-year-old co-pilot on the flight did not have the experience to manage such a diversion, they believe.

Zaharie was a firm supporter of the opposition party to the current ruling regime and his flight left the day that the party’s leader, Anwar Ibrahim, was sentenced to five years in prison on sex crimes his supporters say are fraudulent. Zaharie was in the courtroom when the verdict was announced.

A friend of the missing Malaysia Airlines pilot has told Sky News he was a “professional” and would not do anything “extreme”.

Mr Zaharie’s friend Nasir Othman has dismissed any link between the captain’s personal life and the disappearance of the flight, which is thought to have crashed in the southern Indian Ocean after straying thousands of miles off course.

Video: Malaysia Pilot Was Not An Extremist

CNN reported yesterday that in a vacuum of evidence both Zaharie and his co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid have been persistently faulted for disappearance of MH370.

CNN reported that the allegations against Zaharie had been coloured by politics, due to his support for Pakatan Rakyat.



Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman served Malaysian Airlines from its inception in 1971 as company secretary and director of legal affairs.

He retired in 1991 as managing director and chief executive officer.

He was responsible for MAS’s vast expansion, and turned it into a profitable and leading player in the world of aviation.

Malaysian Insider

Former Malaysia Airlines CEO defends MH370 pilots

March 28, 2014

A former Malaysia Airlines (MAS) stalwart has defended the pilots of lost flight MH370, describing them as good Muslims.

Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman, who was managing director and chief executive officer of MAS for 10 years, told CNN he knew Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah since his days as a cadet pilot.

The 80-year-old Aziz told CNN that he personally knew Zaharie, describing him as an excellent pilot and a gentleman.

“I think that they (the media) are going the wrong way, pointing the finger at him (Zaharie),” he said.

Asked about Fariq, Aziz said he knew his father, the Selangor Public Works Department deputy director Abdul Hamid Mat Daud.

“His father knew the Quran by heart, and he (Fariq) also knew the Quran by heart,” Abdul Aziz said.



No Princípio era o Ovo: An Egg on Your Face – 400 × 282 – Search by image

In english, “you have egg on your face” means you feel embarrassed or stupid because of something wrong you’ve done or said.



8:38AM Mar 28, 2014

Report: FBI turn up zilch in simulator probe

12.55pm: FBI analysts examining MH370’s pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah’s flight simulator have yet to find any clues that might shed light on the aircraft’s disappearance, the Wall Street Journal reports.

“The bureau is wrapping up its study of the hard drives this week, and investigators had hoped that a close examination of the data – including deleted files on the flight simulator – might offer new leads to pursue,” says the report, quoting two unnamed officials who are supposedly familiar with the analysis.

The report adds that the FBI will turn over its findings to the Malaysian gov



Ahmad Seth (R) and Aishah Zahrie (L), Son and daughter respectively of missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 pilot, Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah on this Facebook Picture.


Ahmad Seth is the first member of Zaharie’s family to speak publicly since the plane disappeared from the radar on March 8.

Malaysian Insider

I know my father better, says pilot’s son on speculation about MH370’s disappearance

The youngest son of the pilot of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has come out to deny allegations that his father Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah (pic) had hijacked the plane and deliberately crashed it into the Indian Ocean.

Ahmad Seth, the 26-year-old youngest son of the pilot, said he was aware of the speculation surrounding his father and the plane’s disappearance.

“I’ve read everything online. But I’ve ignored all the speculation. I know my father better,” he was quoted as saying in The New Straits Times today.

“We may not be as close as he travels so much. But I understand him.”

Ahmad Seth is the first member of Zaharie’s family to speak publicly since the plane disappeared from the radar on March 8.

Meanwhile, Ahmad Seth said he had expected authorities to declare that the plane had crashed but will only believe it if there was physical proof.

This comes after Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had announced on Monday – after 17 days of search – that based on new satellite data, the missing aircraft had ended its journey in the Indian Ocean without any survivors.

“I will believe it (that there are no survivors) when I see the proof in front of my eyes,” said Ahmad Seth.


A Malaysian government official told CNN law enforcement analyst Tom Fuentes yesterday that authorities have found nothing negative in 19 days of investigating the two pilots that has led to any motive, be it political, suicidal or extremist.

Malaysian Insider

No ‘smoking gun’ in probe into pilots of MH370, reports CNN

March 27, 2014

Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah continues to be investigated despite no evidence linking him to the missing MAS flight MH370. - March 27, 2014.Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah continues to be investigated despite no evidence linking him to the missing MAS flight MH370. – March 27, 2014.








Investigations into the pilot and co-pilot of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has not turned up any “smoking gun”, a US official close to the probe told CNN.

This includes an ongoing FBI review of the hard drives retrieved from the homes of both Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah and first officer Fariq Abdul Hamid, and a flight simulator from the pilot’s home.

“They have accessed the data,” the official said. “There is nothing that’s jumping out and grabbing us right now.”

Captain Shah and his much younger and far less experienced first officer, Fariq Abdul Hamid, will never be able personally to answer for the fate of their airplane. Dead men cannot defend themselves. But right now none of the scant facts (frequently contradictory, sometimes withdrawn, often suspect) released justify the way they have been traduced.

Europe post

The Pilots Tried to Save MH370

  • Tuesday, 25 March 2014 04:50

Have the Malaysians finally stopped trashing the pilots?

After 16 days of trying to give their own spin to the few facts available about the pilots of Flight MH370, the authorities in Kuala Lumpur have changed the narrative in a significant way.

First came the statement by officials Sunday that the Boeing 777’s change of course was programmed into its computers after, and not before, the last voice message from the cockpit was received. Now a later development, first reported by CNN, indicates that after the course change the airplane descended to 12,000 feet.

The sourcing of these statements remains obscure, but the fact that they were made public suggests an acknowledgement that the timeline no longer supports the implied complicity of the pilots in some kind of criminal act. On the contrary, a picture is emerging of the pilots not only struggling to save the 777 but going through precisely the steps they should in an emergency….

First, change to a heading that would take them to the nearest available runway in Vietnam and Malaysia able to handle the airplane;

Second, precipitate fall in altitude from the cruise height of 36,000 feet that would be consistent with the pilots responding to the effects of either a loss of cabin pressure or the consequences of smoke or toxic fumes in the cabin—in those circumstances it would be essential to get down to below 10,000 feet. In the case of cabin pressure, it would be done to stabilize the cabin atmosphere and in the case of smoke, it would be urgent to get on the ground as fast as possible.

Let us recall the original picture carefully assembled by a series of statements by the Malaysian authorities:

It began with assertions that the two systems the airplane depended on to maintain its contact with the ground—the transponder that received and transmitted its position and the system called ACARS that sent bursts of data every 30 minutes about its vital functions—had been switched off…

Then came stories about the 777 taking a bizarre and erratic course—beginning with a sudden ascent to 45,000 feet and then a rapid descent—no matter that because the 777 was still heavy with fuel it would have struggled to reach even 38,000 feet and that at 45,000 feet, well outside its safe flight envelope, it would have been uncontrollable.

Then there were the more personal inferences. The captain, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, was an active supporter of the Malaysian political opposition. True. So you make a convincing political statement on behalf of more liberal causes by disappearing an airplane full of people? Sinister, right?

The captain had a home-built flight simulator. True. … Captain Shah, like other dedicated professionals, was known as a guy who liked to promote the skills of his craft.

The Malaysians staged very public raids on Captain Shah’s home and took away the simulator, sustaining their narrative that something damning had been hidden. Then it turned out that some items had been deleted from the hard drive and the Federal Bureau of Investigation had been called in to investigate. Even fishier was the implication.

What has come of all of this? Zilch.

*The Principle of Natural Justice demands that a person deserves a fair hearing before he is found guilty.

*Yet, someone out there is trying to paint a terribly black picture of Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah! We remember though, that there is also GOD’s JUSTICE.

*Who has been feeding such lies and wickedness to that newspaper?


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After a police source ‘leaked’ to the UK press that the pilot of missing flight MH370 was a “strident” political “fanatic” of Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim, the rumor mills in Malaysia have gone on overdrive.

Malaysian media reports have quoted colleagues as calling Zaharie – a 33-year Malaysia Airlines veteran – a “superb” and highly respected pilot, while acquaintances remember a gentle man who was handy in the kitchen and around the house.




Aishah Zaharie thats not my mom.. thts my cousin’s family.. pls revise

Friends of Captain Zaharie MH370 Salam Aishah ZaharieI have informed the blog owner again today. Infact I have done that on the first day it came out I knew how your mom looks like and definitely that photo is not hers. Thanks.



CLUTCHING AT STRAWS…the action of a sinking man.


She is said to be estranged from him. This is supposed to be SUSPICIOUS in itself! Huh??!!?!

Here is what one NINCOMPOOP wrote:

 She reportedly was split from Shah, which is undeniably suspicious.

(Meet Faizah Khan, the Wife of a Pilot or Hijacker
Read more:


The Mail on Sunday claimed that it had learned that investigators were now poised to question Zaharie’s estranged wife in detail.

Although the couple – who have three children – were separated, they had been living under the same roof.

Free Malaysia Today

Spotlight on pilot’s mystery caller and wife

| March 23, 2014

Wife to be questioned

The Mail on Sunday also reported that it has learned the investigators were now poised to question Zaharie’s wife in detail.

“They have waited two weeks out of respect, but will now begin formally interviewing Faizah Khan following pressure from FBI agents assisting the inquiry,” added the report.

It further quoted a source as saying: “Faizah has  been spoken to gently by officers but she has not been questioned in detail to establish her husband’s behaviour and state of mind in the days leading to the incident.”

“This is partly for cultural reasons. It is not considered appropriate in Malaysia to subject people in situations of terrible bereavement to the stress of intensive questioning.”

The daily said that the softly-softly approach has been challenged by the team of FBI agents working with Malaysian police.

They have pointed out that she may hold “vital clues and information” to Zaharie’s mental state.

“The whole world is looking for this missing plane and the person who arguably knows most about the state of mind of the man who captained the plane is being left alone,” said a source close to the FBI team.

“If we want to eliminate the chief pilot from the inquiry, we must interview her in detail to find out what his state of mind was.”


Free Malaysia Today

Police: No mysterious phone call to pilot

| March 23, 2014

Cops say a report by a UK daily today is only speculation

…Bukit Aman official ACP Asmawati Ahmad said that the British report was a mere speculation, before affirming that the police was not responsible over the information passed to the daily.

“These reports originate from unnamed and unverified sources and are merely speculations,” she said in short SMS reply.

Asmawati also said that foreign news agencies had no exclusive rights to the details of the ongoing investigations and revealed that the police chief has never issued any public statement that placed the missing MH370 under any act of terrorism.

“The IGP never said such a thing at any press conferences. The investigation is still ongoing,” Asmawati added.


Sunday March 23, 2014 MYT 2:26:33 PM

Missing MH370: Cops refute Capt Zaharie’s mystery call report

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have refuted claims by a foreign tabloid that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah received a call from a phone number registered with a dubious identity just before he flew Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 on March 8.

Bukit Aman Assistant chief of the Inspector-General of Police secretariat Asst Comm Datin Asmawati Ahmad said the foreign tabloid had no exclusive rights to the details of the investigations.

“The Inspector-General of Police has never issued any public statement that categorically place the MH370 investigation under an act of terrorism.

“Please be advised that the Royal Malaysia Police take no responsibility over the dissemination of such information, which originates from unnamed and unverified sources,” she said, adding that the news in the tabloid was mere speculation.

1. It’s a call from someone using a handphone with a SIM card bought in Kuala Lumpur ‘very recently’ by someone who gave a woman’s name, but using a false identity.
2. The discovery raises fears of a possible link between Captain Zaharie, 53, and terror groups whose members routinely use untraceable SIM cards.
3. Investigators are keen to trace and interview the caller, although they have stressed that the fact that the SIM card was registered to a non-existent ID card does not necessarily indicate a criminal or terrorist connection.

*Nothing has worked so far in the quest to ‘find out more’ about the pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah. However, they won’t give up. They can’t give up! Orders, you may suppose, and you would be right.

The police had been ordered to dig deeper into the backgrounds of the 12 crew and 227 passengers after Malaysian authorities confirmed that the flight’s communications had been deliberately disabled before the Boeing 777-200ER swerved left from its eastward route to Beijing.

So what’s next? The phone call, the so-called MYSTERY PHONE CALL made by the pilot! It’s turning into an INTERNATIONAL INVESTIGATION…

They must really be scraping the bottom!


MAS chief confirms investigators chasing MH370 pilot’s cockpit phone call

SEPANG, March 21 — An international investigation has started on a phone call made from the cockpit of the Malaysia Airlines aircraft by its pilot before Flight MH370 took off on March 8, Malaysia Airlines chief executive Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said today.

Citing unnamed sources, UK tabloid The Sun reported an international team is trying to find the identity of person who had conversed over the phone with Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah from the cockpit scant minutes before Flight MH370 departed Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) at 12.41am, two weeks ago.


In trying to find dirt on the pilot of MH370, the Malaysian authorities inadvertently created suspicion among the kin of Chinese passengers that they, the Malaysian government, were involved in the disappearance of the plane.

Kin of MH370 Chinese passengers in Beijing rushed at the high-level delegation, shouting, “There are two killers here! One is the hijacker on the flight, and another is Malaysian government!”

See the report here:

MH370: China’s Chinese don’t trust Malaysian Govt or MAS


The flight simulator has been one of the main focuses of investigators as they worked to solve the mystery of the plane’s disappearance.

The investigators made certain that everyone knew about the pilot’s flight stimulator and how suspicious that is.

1 He’s got a flight simulator at home! That’s suspicious, isn’t it?

They took it away after making a BIG SHOW of raiding his home, making sure the Press was there to take photos and videos.

2 When they found nothing on it, they said, “Everything’s been erased! Now, why do that unless..???”

Investigators became suspicious after they discovered that Zaharie, 53, had deleted logs on a computer linked to the simulator on February 3, almost five weeks before the Boeing 777 with 239 people on board disappeared from the radar during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar also said that initial investigations found that the data log from the simulator was believed to have been deleted on February 3.

3 They asked forensic experts to examine it, heightening expectations that it was all VERY suspicious.They seemed to be ‘promising’ results that would point to the shady activities of a man who is highly respected.

It was reported that the computer hard drive was sent to FBI experts in the US for further scrutiny as investigators look into the possibility that the plane was hijacked.

4 Finally, they admit: No, nothing there at all that supports their allegations.

Forensic experts examining the flight simulator which was seized by police from the home of Malaysia Airlines pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah have found nothing suspicious.

Malaysian Insider

Anwar defends MH370 captain Zaharie, questions who fed info to Daily Mail

March 22, 2014

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (centre) with Pakatan Rakyat leaders during 'Himpunan Reformasi 2.0' in Kajang, Selangor, last night. Anwar says Barisan Nasional’s efforts to derail his political career will not be able to fool the public. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Nazir Sufari, March 21, 2014.Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (centre) with Pakatan Rakyat leaders during ‘Himpunan Reformasi 2.0’ in Kajang, Selangor, last night. Anwar says Barisan Nasional’s efforts to derail his political career will not be able to fool the public. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Nazir Sufari, March 21, 2014

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has said someone fed information to the Daily Mail, linking him to the pilot of missing jetliner MH370.

Speaking at the launch of the Reformasi 2.0 movement at the Kajang Stadium last night, the opposition leader said the story in the British tabloid was the work of certain quarters who wanted to tarnish his image.

“Who gave information to Daily Mail alleging he was my fanatical political supporter?

“Then Umno and the Barisan Nasional media started questioning this Anwar-Zaharie connection, but all I can say is don’t be cruel to him and his family, he is just a professional pilot,” he said to cheers at the packed stadium.

The fresh details add to speculation over the fate of MH370, whether it was the victim of a sudden accident or a hijacking. The transcript also suggests that if the pilots were involved, they were very careful to hide their true intentions.

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Revealed: the final 54 minutes of communication from missing flight


Revealed: the final 54 minutes of communication from MH370

EXCLUSIVE: The cockpit communication aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight can be revealed, from its taxi on the runway to its final message at 1.19am of ‘all right, good night’. The transcript starts at 00.25 with general instructions from the control tower to the pilots. The detailed conversation begins at 00.36.

A transcript of conversations between the co-pilot and the control tower, and other air traffic controllers, runs from the time the Boeing 777 was taxiing to its last known position thousands of feet above the South China Sea.

It includes exchanges from a point at which investigators believe the plane had already been sabotaged, as well as the last words of Fariq Abdul Hamid, 27, the co-pilot: “All right, good night.”

Analysts said the sequence of messages appeared “perfectly routine”. However two features, they said, stood out as potentially odd.

The first was a message from the cockpit at 1.07am, saying the plane was flying at 35,000ft. This was unnecessary as it repeated a message delivered six minutes earlier.

But it occurred at a crucial moment: it was at 1.07am that the plane’s Acars signalling device sent its last message before being disabled some time in the next 30 minutes, apparently deliberately. A separate transponder was disabled at 1.21am but investigators believe the Acars was shut down before Hamid’s final, 1.19am farewell.

The other odd feature, one reason for suspicions that the plane’s disappearance was no accident, was that its loss of communication and subsequent sharp turn west occurred at the handover from air traffic controllers in Kuala Lumpur to those in Ho Chi Minh City.

“If I was going to steal the aeroplane, that would be the point I would do it,” said Stephen Buzdygan, a former British Airways pilot who flew 777s.

“There might be a bit of dead space between the air traffic controllers … It was the only time during the flight they would maybe not have been able to be seen from the ground.”

Click on link for the transcript:


8:00AM Mar 22, 2014

Cockpit messages revealed, no surprises

8.47am: UK’s The Telegraph has published the full transcript of the cockpit communication that has thus far been withheld from the public.

While analysts say the messages appeared “perfectly routine” two features are said to stand out as “potentially odd”.

One is the repeat six minutes later of a 1.07am message that the plane was flying at 35,000ft.


Saturday March 22, 2014 MYT 6:58:05 AM

Pilot’s friends rally to his defence

PETALING JAYA: Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah is not capable of violence, said a family friend of the missing pilot.

Pakistan national Nadiya Malik (not her real name), who first met Zaharie when she was a child, said she had anticipated the Western media would use his religion and heritage against him.

Peter Chong said he had never seen his friend Zaharie lose his temper.

“I have known him for two years and never seen him angry once. He is pleasant, witty, and loves children. In fact, we were supposed to organise a charity event for children together,” he said.

Chong, who met Zaharie through community work in Subang, described Zaharie as one of the most open-hearted and kindest people.

“It’s incomprehensible that anyone could think a person like him would be able to contemplate violence,” Chong said.



Why is it a ‘mystery’ call? They could simply call the number and ask the name of the one who answer. No mystery about that!

Is it termed a ‘mystery’ call to cast further doubt on the character of the pilot?

Malaysia Chronicle

Thursday, 20 March 2014 22:05

CAPT ZAHARIE THE SCAPEGOAT? Who was he calling just minutes before MH370 took off?

The pilot of the missing Malaysian Airlines plane made a mystery phone call just minutes before flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur, it emerged last night.

Investigators are now urgently trying to work out who Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah spoke to in the cockpit before the plane took off on March 8.

There is a hope that the phone call could hold the answer to the plane’s mysterious disappearance.

They have refused to publicly comment on the investigation, reported The Sun.


International media scrutiny and investigations by the Malaysian police have failed to turn up red flags on either the captain, 53-year-old grandfather Zaharie Ahmad Shah, or the co-pilot, 27-year old Fariq Abdul Hamid.


11:00PM Mar 18, 2014

Scrutiny of pilots reveals picture of normality

One is a technical wizard whose affable manner made him a favourite of trainee pilots; the other an enthusiastic young aviator planning to marry his sweetheart.

The captain and co-pilot of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 are now at the centre of a baffling paradox: as circumstantial evidence mounts that at least one of them may have been involved in the plane’s disappearance on March 8, accounts of their lives portray them as sociable, well-balanced and happy.

Described as devoted to their families and communities, neither fits the profile of a loner or extremist who might have a motive for suicide, hijacking or terrorism.

Family and friends say there is nothing in their personalities or past to suggest they would have committed foul play.

“I’ve never seen him lose his temper. It’s difficult to believe any of the speculation made against him,” said Peter Chong, a friend of Zaharie, describing him as highly disciplined and conscientious.


Malaysian Insider

Pilot may have tried to save plane, heading to Langkawi airport due to emergency

March 18, 2014

The green line, showing the flight path as detected by military and commercial radar, shows that the pilot may have been heading towards Pulau Langkawi to land the aircraft after a cockpit emergency. - The Malaysian Insider graphic, March 18, 2014.The green line, showing the flight path as detected by military and commercial radar, shows that the pilot may have been heading towards Pulau Langkawi to land the aircraft after a cockpit emergency. – The Malaysian Insider graphic, March 18, 2014.


American Chris Goodfellow: all relevant officials, investigators and the international media are overthinking the incident behind the disappearance of flight MH370.

  • Shortly after takeoff, as MAS flight MH370 was flying out over the South China Sea, smoke began filling the cockpit, perhaps from a tyre on the front landing gear that had ignited on take-off.
  • The captain immediately did exactly what he had been trained to do, that is to find the closest airport and turn the plane toward it so he could land.
  • The closest appropriate airport was in Pulau Langkawi, as it had a massive 13,000-foot runway that could cater for the Boeing 777-200. The pilot was likely to have known that beforehand, as any experienced pilot with more than 18,000 flying hours under his belt would.


Goodfellow further elaborated that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah did all the right things.

“He was confronted by some major event onboard that made him make that immediate turn back to the closest safe airport.

Read here his theory:



The law says that a man is innocent unless proven otherwise.

Experience has also taught us that we can’t trust the POLITICIANS in the government. They have many axes to grind.


Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah


Monday March 17, 2014 MYT 10:29:38 AM

Missing MH370: Tribute for loving Uncle Ari put up on YouTube


Touching: A montage taken from the tribute video for Zaharie posted on YouTube.

PETALING JAYA: He is the guy his family members called Ari, Uncle Ari or Tok Mamu Ari.

Capt Zaharie Ahmad Shah is so well-loved by those close to him that four days after the MH370 craft he was piloting went missing, a relative set up a YouTube clip as a tribute to their family hero.

The 3.53-minute Captain Zaharie Shah was posted on March 12 and features images of the pilot in his younger days with family and friends.

The video provides an insight into the man who is now the centre of international media attention, beginning with the caption: “A tribute to a man well loved by many. Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the guy we all call Ari, Uncle Ari and Tok Mamu Ari.

A fanatical supporter of Anwar Ibrahim does sound scary—as long as you know nothing about him.

Because, whatever happened on board Flight 370, Shah’s support of Anwar Ibrahim is the one piece of evidence that suggests he had a firm grip on reality, not that he was trying to escape it.


The Malaysia Airlines Pilot’s Politics

Zaharie Ahmad Shah supported Anwar Ibrahim. That’s common sense, not zealotry.

There is an axiom in Malaysian politics: Eventually everything comes back to Anwar Ibrahim. So, the longer that the fumbling and inept investigation into the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has gone on, the more certain it became that it would somehow boomerang to the leader of the country’s democratic opposition.

On Saturday, Prime Minister Najib Razak went before the cameras to declare that officials believe the plane was deliberately diverted and flown in an unknown direction somewhere along a wide arc from Kazakhstan to deep into the Indian Ocean. Now that the search for the Boeing 777 has turned into a criminal investigation, the authorities are taking a close look at the flight’s chief pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, and its first officer, Fariq Abdul Hamid.

They quickly learned—as no doubt all of Shah’s friends knew—that the pilot was a strong supporter of Anwar Ibrahim’s People’s Justice Party. Indeed, Shah is believed to have attended Anwar’s court hearing on March 7 that overturned his 2012 acquittal on sodomy charges, a politically motivated case that the Malaysian government typically dusts off around election time. On Sunday, the U.K. and Malaysian press treated the revelation with the shock you might reserve for damning evidence. Shah was described—by an unnamed source—as a “fanatical supporter of the country’s opposition leader.” Elsewhere, he is described (apparently by unnamed police sources) as “fervent” and “strident” in his political convictions. More than a week after the Boeing 777 disappeared, we lack a motive, a clear suspect, or even a crime scene, but we have our “Anwar Ibrahim connection.” That is Malaysian politics.

A fanatical supporter of Anwar Ibrahim does sound scary—as long as you know nothing about him.

Because, whatever happened on board Flight 370, Shah’s support of Anwar Ibrahim is the one piece of evidence that suggests he had a firm grip on reality, not that he was trying t

Malaysia Chronicle

Sunday, 16 March 2014 09:00

SHOCK POLITICAL TWIST IN MH370 SAGA: Pilot was ‘obsessed’ with Anwar Ibrahim, M’sian PM said to be RESIGNING

Written by Malaysia Chronicle


Police seem to believe that that the pilot of missing Flight MH370 had hijacked his own aircraft in a bizarre political protest.

1 Amid intensifying calls for Prime Minister Najib Razak to step down to take responsibility for mishandling the missing flight MH370 crisis, and after days of secretly holding the doomed pilot’s laptop, the Malaysian authorities have suddenly ‘loosened’ their lips in what appears to be a bid to draw in and tarnish Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim.

2 The UK’s Mail on Sunday reported the Malaysian police were investigating the possibility that the pilot of missing Flight MH370 had hijacked his own aircraft in a bizarre political protest.

3 The Mail on Sunday said it had learned that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was an ‘obsessive’ supporter of Malaysia’s opposition leader, Anwar Ibrahim.

4 Hours before the doomed flight left Kuala Lumpur it is understood 53-year-old Shah attended a controversial trial in which Ibrahim was jailed for five years.

5 Police sources have confirmed that Shah was a vocal political activist – and fear that the court decision left him profoundly upset.

6 It was against this background that, seven hours later, he took control of a Boeing 777-200 bound for Beijing and carrying 238 passengers and crew.

Read the whole article yourself!

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Malaysian Insider

Focus now on ‘those in the cockpit’ of MH370


Focus now on ‘those in the cockpit’ of MH370

March 16, 2014

Security guards at the main entrance of missing flight MH370 Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah’s home in Laman Seri, Section 13, Shah Alam, yesterday. Police searched his home following revelations that the plane was deliberately veered off course last Saturday. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Nazir Sufari, March 16, 2014.Security guards at the main entrance of missing flight MH370 Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah’s home in Laman Seri, Section 13, Shah Alam, yesterday. Police searched his home following revelations that the plane was deliberately veered off course last Saturday. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Nazir Sufari, March 16, 2014.

American intelligence officials are leaning towards the theory that “those in the cockpit” – the pilots of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 – were responsible for the disappearance of the commercial jetliner, an American official with direct knowledge of the latest developments told CNN yesterday.

The revelation comes in the heels that Malaysian authorities searched the home of the lead pilot – Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah – on the same day that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said at a briefing yesterday the plane veered off course and attributed it to deliberate action taken by someone onboard the Boeing 777-200ER.

The CNN report said the Malaysian government had been looking for a reason to search the home of the pilot and the co-pilot for several days.

However, it said, it was only in the last 24 to 36 hours when radar and satellite data came to light that authorities believed they had sufficient reason to search the homes of Zaharie, 53, and co-pilot, Fariq Abdul


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Worst & most outrageous conspiracy theory: accusing Anwar of inspiring MAS MH370 pilot to go ‘missing’!!!!

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The report further stated that the raid on Zaharie’s home appeared to be “stage-managed” as a display of intent after  Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said at a specially called press conference yesterday that the focus of the investigation was now on “crew and passengers” as a result of the latest leads.

Stopping short of calling it a hijacking, Najib said yesterday that flight MH370′s unusual deviation westwards was “consistent with deliberate action by someone on the plane”.


Did pilot hijack MH370 as political protest against Anwar’s latest jail term?

With the authorities settling on what amounts to air piracy, the Daily Mail is reporting a theory that the pilot of MH370 may have hijacked the plane as a political protest against Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s latest sodomy conviction.

The British tabloid revealed that hours before he took command of the Boeing 777-200ER (9M-MRO) bound for Beijing last Saturday, Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah had gone to court on March 7 for the trial and sentencing of Anwar in the sodomy case.

The newspaper said police sources confirmed that the 53-year-old captain was a vocal political activist, and were probing into the probability that he would have been profoundly upset by the court ruling.

Yesterday, police searched the veteran pilot’s home in Shah Alam, where he keeps a home-made flight simulator.

The Daily Mail added, however, that investigators had already spent much of last week examining two laptops removed from Zaharie’s home, where one of it is believed to contain data from the simulator.

According to Zaharie’s co-workers, he was a social activist with fervent support for Anwar and with strong political beliefs, with one colleague saying that the veteran pilot was obsessed with politics.

Investigators told the British newspaper that they were looking into the theory that Zaharie’s political views may have been a factor to consider in the controversy surrounding the missing plane with 239 people onboard.

“There are huge sensitivities surrounding this but we cannot afford not to pursue any angle brought to our attention,” Daily Mail reported, quoting investigators.



The Daily Mail in a report today described Zaharie as a “political fanatic” and “obsessive” supporter of Anwar following revelations that he was a PKR member.


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5 Responses to May 2018: Aviation experts blame MH370 pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, but remember that it is just a theory, a very convenient theory…

  1. Blubbly says:

    They must always find a scapegoat or the sacrificial goat to cover up their incompetency and corruption.

  2. Pingback: All my Posts on MAS Flight MH370 | weehingthong

  3. Sy Gunson says:


    According to the China Times MH370 made a distress call in which the crew wanted to make an immediate landing because their “cabin faced disintegration.” This signal was picked up by US Navy listening station VTBU Rayong, U-Tapao Thailand. The US Embassy handed over tape recordings to Malaysia, but they have kept this matter secret.

  4. norjan says:

    thank for your effort in compiling the above for public knowledge. we need more people like you in our society .

  5. Simon Gunson says:

    There is a scenario in which an electrical fault causing smoke in the avionics bay would cause the aircraft to automatically open the MEC cooling override valve to ventilate smoke, using cabin air pressure to push out the smoke. If that electrical fault then caused failure of a major electrical relay, a system called RLMS would shut down communications and all unnecessary power use to conserve emergency electrical power. If then the pilots turned around but the electrical failure prevented the valve from closing then the pilots and everybody aboard would have become hypoxic.

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