February 8, 2023
Expert says missing Malaysia Airlines plane was deliberately shot down by pilot - News

Expert says missing Malaysia Airlines plane was deliberately shot down by pilot – News

The Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which disappeared in 2014 with 239 people on board, was deliberately shot down in an unsearchable location in the Indian Ocean, claims Gilles Deshars, a former air traffic controller with the French Air Force. The statement was made in an embellished interview with British tabloid The Sun.

The big mystery began on March 8, 2014, when the plane leaving Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for Beijing disappeared from the radar screens.

Investigations indicate that the plane took the opposite direction in less than an hour’s flight.


But expert Gilles Dehars disagrees with official reports that the plane crashed at high speed, saying the pilot attempted an emergency landing.

He claims the captain may have attempted a controlled glide, but rough seas caused the plane to split into two or three parts. For Jill, sliding was an effort to leave as little debris as possible.


“Why would someone want to fly a plane in the middle of the Indian Ocean? She probably didn’t want anyone to find her,” a former traffic controller told The Sun.

During the descent, the plane’s communications system reset, indicating that someone was still in control of the Boeing moments before it crashed.