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They assure that they found part of the Malaysia Airlines plane and unleashed a chilling hypothesis

They assure that they found part of the Malaysia Airlines plane and unleashed a chilling hypothesis

They assure that they found part of the Malaysia Airlines plane and unleashed a chilling hypothesis

The flight MH370 of malaysian airlines that on March 8, 2014, was traveling between the cities of Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and Beijing (China) with 239 people on board, disappeared suddenly and practically without trace. It thus became one of the most mysterious accidents in the history of commercial aviation. These days, the alleged discovery of a piece that could be from that aircraft opens the door to a dark hypothesis about its disappearance that would shed new light on what is known up to now.

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It is that about 25 days ago two specialists in this mysterious accident found, in the house of a fisherman on the island of Madagascar, one of the landing gear gates that could be from the Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines that disappeared eight years ago. In addition, the marks found on that piece of the plane indicate, according to those who found it, that the ship deliberately crashed on the surface of the Indian Ocean.

Since the strange episode occurred in which the Malaysian plane seemed to vanish in mid-flight, various theories have emerged about what could have happened. Piloted by Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the aircraft disappeared from radar and never appeared again. Only 19 pieces were found scattered on different islands in the Indian Ocean that could belong to flight MH370, but they did not help solve the mystery. The black boxes from the ship, which could explain what had happened, were never found.

Blaine Gibson found what could be the landing gear hatch of the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared in 2014 at a fisherman’s house in Madagascar. / The Sun

But now, with the discovery of this piece that would be the landing gear, the British engineer Richard Godfrey and the wreckage hunter from this flight, the American Blaine Gibson, suggest that the plane crashed quickly and, what is more creepy, intentionally.

The theory suggested by the finding

To give their conclusive guess, the two experts are based on the damage that the landing gear door presents. They deduce that one of the pilots of flight MH370 lowered the wheels of the aircraft in the last seconds of the flight, which, given the circumstances in which the plane was located, would account for criminal intent.

It is that, according to the explanation given by specialists to the British media The Sun, when there is an emergency landing in the water, the landing gear is not usually lowered, because this can increase the chances that the plane breaks violently in several pieces.

The damage presented by the alleged landing gear hatch of the Malaysia Airlines plane would indicate that it was open at the time the aircraft impacted the Indian Ocean, according to specialists Blaine Gibson and Richard Godfrey.  / The Sun

The damage presented by the alleged landing gear hatch of the Malaysia Airlines plane would indicate that it was open at the time the aircraft impacted the Indian Ocean, according to specialists Blaine Gibson and Richard Godfrey. / The Sun

Lowering the landing gear also increases the chances that the ship will sink faster, which limits the chances of passengers who survive the impact to abandon the ship.

Engineer Godfrey told The Times that the landing gear door found, if it were from the Malaysia Airlines plane, would be “the first piece of physical evidence indicating possible criminal intent behind the disappearance of MH370.”

The landing gear hatch allegedly belonging to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was in the home of a fisherman in Madagascar, where his wife used it as a washboard.  / The Sun

The landing gear hatch allegedly belonging to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was in the home of a fisherman in Madagascar, where his wife used it as a washboard. / The Sun

“The combination of the high-velocity impact planned to break up the aircraft and the extended landing gear that could sink the aircraft as quickly as possible show a clear intent to hide the evidence of the crash,” Godfrey and Gibson wrote in a report that The Sun.

“The realistic possibility that the landing gear was lowered is exhibited by both an active pilot in an attempt to ensure that the aircraft sank as quickly as possible after impact,” the report insisted.

The investigations of the two specialists ensure that the damage to the landing gear door was caused by one of the plane’s engines, which disintegrated on impact, suggesting that the wheels were already down. The hatch has cuts that could have been caused by parts of the engine, but what stands out is that these cuts are made from the inside to the outside.

The route that the Malaysia Airlines MH370 would have made.  / Wikipedia

The route that the Malaysia Airlines MH370 would have made. / Wikipedia

“Whatever the cause of the shear damage, the fact that the markings were from the inboard to the outboard side of the wreckage leads to the conclusion that the landing gear most likely extended in the run up to the crash. impact, which in turn supports the conclusion that there was an active pilot until the end of the flight,” Godfrey and Gibson said in their writing.

The level of damage presented by the landing gear gate expresses, for the specialists, that the end of the plane was in flight “in a high-speed dive planned to ensure its destruction in as many parts as possible.”

Zaharie Ahmadn Shah, the pilot of MH370: the mystery of the Malaysia Airlines flight still continues.

Zaharie Ahmadn Shah, the pilot of MH370: the mystery of the Malaysia Airlines flight still continues.

The door that the specialists analyzed in the MH370 flight catastrophe was found in the house of a fisherman, who in turn discovered it stranded on the coast of the beach south of the Antsiraka peninsula, in Madagascar, in March 2017.

The color fact in this macabre story is that the man who found the piece never knew what it was about and his wife used it as a laundry board.

An official version and many conjectures

According to the official version provided by the Malaysian authorities, the pilot would have made a sharp turn in a southwesterly direction, returning the aircraft to that country. But then the plane would have turned again, this time heading for the Indian Ocean.

After this last turn, the plane flew for approximately four hours until it crashed into the sea. That would be around 9.15 am on March 8, 2014. From satellite signals it was learned that the plane continued its flight seven hours after its initial disappearance.

In 2015 remains were found on Reunion Island.  / File, Archive

In 2015 remains were found on Reunion Island. / File, Archive

Theories about the plane’s disappearance range from the possibility that it was hijacked to that it was shot down by a US Air Force missile because it got too close to a US military base in the Indian Ocean. It was also said, a hypothesis that cannot be missing, that the ship was abducted by a UFO and another conjecture indicated that the pilot of the ship would be depressed, and then he executed his own death by throwing the aircraft into the sea.

But none of these possible explanations for what happened to Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have been duly certified. And there will be a little more time to carry out the analysis of the plausibility of the explanation given by Gibson and Godfrey after the discovery of the supposed landing gear hatch of the fatally missing ship.

By: “La Nación”, from Argentina / GDA

Source: Elcomercio

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