Malaysia Airlines mystery becomes murkier

first_imgHowever, the Malaysian Defence Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said that the analysis had to be further investigated until any blame could be laid against Shah or the co-pilots. The families were fed up after waiting 11 days of not being briefed by the Malaysian government. An FBI analysis of the MH370 pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah’s flight simulator shows that the data was deleted on 3 February. Relatives of passengers on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 were prevented from protesting about lack of information to Malaysian authorities. Despite the lack of information being given to relatives of MH370 passengers, new reports have emerged from Malaysian officials that the flight’s data log had been deleted a month before the flight left Malaysia. Chinese family members of those on board MH370 were forcibly ejected from a briefing on the search for the flight after they held up a banner which read “Give us back our families”, the Guardian reported. Malaysian authorities have been quick to pour cold water on an apparent sighting of the MH370 flight in the Maldives on 8 March. “For the sake of their families we ask you to refrain from any speculation that might make an already difficult time even harder,” Minister Hussein said. All countries represented on the plane have asked for more information on the search, except for Russia and Ukraine.  Local Maldivians said that the plane was seen over a remote island. Source = ETB News: Tom Nealelast_img

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