MH370 revelation: How plane's co-pilot was 'known to break aviation rules'

MH370 revelation: How plane's co-pilot was 'known to break aviation rules'

Daily Express - Weird·2019-10-15 11:03

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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. The missing Boeing 777 has not been located to this day and there are many theories as to what happened to it. The investigation naturally looked into those who could be responsible for the disappearance in the crew and passengers, in particular Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah and his co-pilot, Mr Hamid.

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6753 19/10/2019

why dont u say both pilot was watching prono on their handphone when they got sexcited and step on the gas and the plane now is heading to Saturn 5billion miles away from earth

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ismal 15/10/2019

New story again can never end without finding the true

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