Shocking revelations from a new book: Flight MH370 was shot down

The theory that the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared in March 2004 was shot down is supported by a journalist after seven years of research in an interview with the British newspaper Sun. Florence de Sanzi spoke about her shocking findings about flight MH370, which went missing on March 8, 2014 with 239 passengers on board shortly after taking off from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Since then, various scenarios have been formulated for the fate of the aircraft. According to official reports, the Boeing-777 made a dramatic reversal, while it was less than an hour in the air and crashed in the Indian Ocean. According to the journalist, however, the aircraft remained in the air for another 80 minutes before crashing into the sea north of Vietnam near China. In fact, it suspects that the Boeing 777 was shot down – intentionally or accidentally – by a fighter ship, missile or new laser weapon system that was being tested in the area at the time. At the same time, he believes that the official version is a distraction operation and that it is the biggest cover in recent years to hide that the plane was carrying illegal cargo that had not been checked before take-off.

In her book The Disappearing Act: The Impossible Case Of MH370, Florence tells how the crew contacted the air traffic control center in Vietnam to let them know they were ready to land but then sounded the alarm saying the plane was crashing. “It’s like a puzzle that brings together thousands of small clues. If what I suspect and reveal in the book is true, then this is the biggest cover-up in recent years,” said the award-winning French journalist who covered the Asia-Pacific region for 25 years. She began her investigation a week after the disappearance of Flight MH370 and said: “When the first anniversary arrived, I realized that something was wrong with this story.”

It is noted that the problem on the plane arose at 1.20 a.m. 38 minutes after taking off from Kuala Lumpur in the direction of Beijing, over the South China Sea. The search for the aircraft was the most accurate in the history of aviation.

According to some theories circulating about the disappearance of the aircraft, it was the pilot who intentionally dropped the plane, or the crew lost consciousness due to the sudden loss of altitude, or that the aircraft was struck by lightning and that the lithium batteries that were in the cargo, caught fire.


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