LOST MALAYSIA PLANE FOUND!
WRECKAGE SPOTTED IN CAMBODIAN JUNGLE IS FROM MH370 - TOP EXPERT FINAL RESTING PLACE FOR 239 JET POSSIBLY SHOT DOWN BY MISTAKE GOVERNMENT IGNORING THE EVIDENCE
THE wreckage of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which disappeared in March 2014, has been located — deep in a Cambodian jungle! Satellite imagery obtained by The National ENQUIRER shows what appears to be parts of the plane scattered in a dense Southeast Asian rainforest, 62 miles northwest of the country’s capital, Phnom Penh — and now sources are speculating the doomed craft may have been downed by a callous drug gang!
Despite the startling new evidence, the Malaysian government has refused to send a recovery team to the area — which one expert believes would solve the greatest aviation mystery of all time!
“This discovery is going to start new speculation that the plane may have been shot down by drug barons!” a source close to the official investigation into the flight’s disappearance told The ENQUIRER.
“Cambodia is one of the poorest countries in Southeast Asia. Heroin production and drug-running still go on there. Dangerous gangs control it, and they have anti-aircraft missiles.
“It’s not beyond the realm of possibility that a gang with a factory in the forest saw this plane and shot it down because they believed it was the army looking for them. “This whole mystery could be down to a tragic mistake in a drug war!
“A fresh investigation needs to be launched into why there is wreckage in the deepest recesses of the Cambodian jungle!”
A seasoned pilot-turnedMH370
investigator has claimed to have located the plane’s wreckage using Google Earth and satellite technology. Researcher Daniel Boyer passed the exact coordinates of the wreckage to Malaysian government officials, but he claimed they have ignored his discovery!
“I’ve reported the find to the Malaysian authorities and they’ve just thrown it into a pile with other conspiracy theories. It’s terrible they are keeping this from the passengers’ families,” said Florida-born Boyer.
Despite investigators in Australia, Malaysia and
China spending four years on a multimillion-dollar hunt for flight MH370 without success, Boyer claimed he located the wreckage using special imaging software he purchased online.
It was during his analysis of the Boeing 777’s final hour of flight — called its “7th arc” by investigators — that Boyer spotted a swath of forest in Cambodia where the craft may have crashed, knocking down trees as it plummeted to the ground.
In extreme blowups of the area, Boyer spotted a series of white objects that he’s now convinced are huge parts of the shattered plane, which he used mapping technology to measure.
Our imagery illustrates how the dimensions of the objects match those of a Boeing 777. According to Boyer, the wreckage measures about
230 feet, which is close to the nearly 243-foot length of a Boeing 777.
“The other parts of the wreckage also have the same measurements as parts of the plane, including its windows and tail,” said Boyer.
“One close-up even shows the red of the plane’s tail logo.”
Flight MH370 departed smoothly from Kuala Lumpur at 12:41 a.m. on Saturday, March 8, 2014, on a flight to Beijing, China. and even UFO spotters have offered explanations of what may have happened to the doomed craft.
Veteran actor Richard
Belzer of TV’s “Law &
Order: SVU” published an e-book suggesting the U.S. government possibly hijacked the craft to a military base in the Indian Ocean on the island of Diego Garcia.
Others are convinced the flight was nabbed by terrorists intending to load it with bombs for use in a later 9/11-style attack.
Many have dismissed the theory that Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 52, downed the plane in a brutal suicide after his estranged wife announced she was leaving him before the flight took off.
But others are convinced Shah and co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid, 27, had help from al-Qaeda members to crash the jet as part of a twisted terrorist hijacking.
Based on his painstaking analytical research, aviation expert Boyer declared: “This debris definitely needs to be investigated!”