Lobbyists pressuring the government to criminalize child marriage “were getting quite a lot of momentum” at one stage, says Tham Hui Ying, vice president of Malaysia’s Association of Women Lawyers. “But suddenly it became a hot button issue. It’s religious,” so politicians are “not going to push to outright ban child marriage,” she says.
All the evidence in the missing Malaysian plane’s disappearance points to the Captain of the flight, Zaharie Ahmad Shah. Investigators retrieved bombshell evidence from Shah’s deleted files, finally recovered from his in-home flight simulator. Investigators discovered that Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah had programmed a flight simulator at home to practice a flight far out at…
“A New Zealand criminologist has come out in support of a theory that the captain of the missing Malaysia Airlines aircraft was on a suicide mission.” But they’re spinning it as due to the pilot’s troubled personal life. Yet lots of pilots have troubled personal lives; that doesn’t lead them to down their airliners.
Sources close to the investigation tell the Telegraph that the team working on MH370 mystery believe it was crashed deliberately. The team investigating the Boeing 777’s disappearance believe no malfunction or fire was capable of causing the aircraft’s unusual flight or the disabling of its communications system before it veered wildly off course on a seven-hour silent flight into the sea. An analysis of the flight’s routing, signalling and communications shows that it was flown “in a rational way.”
While this may very well be true, not one piece of the plane has been retrieved. No evidence, real tangible evidence of a crash has been confirmed.
The want the families to go home. They’ve had enough of their “drama.” They think it’s making them look bad. But they are doing that all on their own.
The plane may have very well crashed into the Indian Ocean. But what was it doing there, thousands of miles off course?
The captain of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 received a two-minute call shortly before take-off from a mystery woman using a mobile phone number obtained under a false identity.
It was one of the last calls made to or from the mobile of Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah in the hours before his Boeing 777 left Kuala Lumpur 16 days ago.
13 years after 9/11, the New York Times is still working furiously to destroy those of us who are working in the cause of freedom and equality. It’s astonishing. How many countries have to fall to the tyranny of Islamic supremacism? How many religious minorities have to suffer unfathomable horrors under sharia rule? How many hundreds of thousands of bodies have to pile up in Africa, the Middle East, Russia, China, North America and Europe for the New York Times to re-evaluate its pro-sharia, pro-jihad activism?
Files containing records of simulations carried out on the program were deleted Feb. 3 from the device found in the home of the Malaysia Airlines pilot, Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, Malaysian police chief Khalid Abu said.
And investigators have discovered the runways of five airports near the Indian Ocean loaded into Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah’s home-made flight simulator.
The hijacked plane made that sharp turn west before the co-pilot signed off. The plane had made that critical turn back to Malaysia 12 minutes before the co-pilot signed off for the night. He did so without ever saying a word, according to FOX news.
ACARS reports every 30 minutes. The plane took off at 12:41 am. 30 minutes later, at 1:07 am, the next ACARS status report had a different flight plan. The plane was already heading West when the co-pilot signed off, “Alright, good night”.
The first turn to the west that diverted the missing Malaysia Airlines plane from its planned flight path from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing was carried out through a computer system that was most likely programmed by someone in the plane’s cockpit who was knowledgeable about airplane systems, according to senior American officials.
A British man convicted of plotting an Al-Qaeda plane bombing told a New York court yesterday about a separate 2001 plan for a Malaysian pilot to blast his way into a jet’s cockpit.
Saajid Badat, who was sentenced in 2005 to 13 years in jail as a co-conspirator in a notorious December 2001 plot to bomb US airliners, has testified about the Malaysian plan before.