Nowadays, people are curious to know about the new theory of the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 pilot that vanished a decade ago.
The theory is that the pilots intentionally shot the plane down as a mass murder-suicide.
The hypothesis that the pilots of the Malaysian flight purposefully crashed has been supported by new evidence.
It came from its debris that suggests the undercarriage of MH370 was up when the aircraft went into the Indian Ocean, murdering 239 people on board.
The damage extent has resulted in the conclusion that the flight was at great velocity and dove to ensure that the aircraft split into pieces.
According to a recent evidence-cum-report by Richard Godfrey, a British engineer, and Blaine Gibson, an American MH370 hunter.
The crash, they claimed, “was everything but a smooth landing.”
What Were The Major Damages?
The extent of the damage, including fractures on all sides.
Plus, the extraordinary force of the piercing right through into the debris item.
This made it clear that the ending of the aircraft was in a diving board intended to guarantee that the aircraft ended things in several pieces as possible.
They claimed that MH370 did not make a “soft landing” when it crashed into the water.
However, 25 days ago in Italy, a fisherman from Madagascar discovered the wreckage at his home.
It was discovered by a fisherman on a beach around five years prior.
Four pieces of wreckage that are thought to have been from vanished MH370 have been discovered at the same beach.
Moreover, 19 small cubes of trash have been discovered throughout Madagascar.
What Recent Investigation Said About The Incident?
According to the investigation, it was “realistically plausible” that the undercarriage was dropped to guarantee that the plane would sink as quickly as possible after contact.
The stretched undercarriage and the high-speed impact intended to shatter the aircraft.
Bury it as quickly as possible both demonstrate a clear intention to cover up the crash’s physical evidence.
According to Godfrey and Gibson’s testimony, four roughly parallel deep gouges may be seen on the door.
They think that one of the plane’s two engines exploding on contact created the gashes.
The report said that the undercarriage was presumably extended on contact, which confirms the assumption that there was an engaged pilot until the end of the flight.
However, the slicing damage occurred, and the fact that it was from the internal side to the outer side of a debris item led to this conclusion.