Lead MH370 investigator makes shock claim about stalling hunt for doomed plane’s wreckage

Lead MH370 investigator makes shock claim about stalling hunt for doomed plane’s wreckage

A LEAD MH370 investigator has made a shocking claim about the stalling search for the doomed plane’s wreckage.

The prominent investigator claims the Malaysian government is reluctant to commit to a new dive into the mysterious case.

GettyMalaysia Airlines plane vanished without a trace on March 8, 2014[/caption]

GettyThe Wing flap found on Pemba Island, Tanzania has been identified a missing part of Flight MH370 through unique part numbers traced to 9M-MRO[/caption]

The new suggested flight path reveals the mysterious zig-zag pattern

British aerospace engineer Richard Godfrey has cast a doubt about Malaysia‘s commitment to expose the cause of MH370 demise.

“In my view, the Malaysian government does not want another underwater search for the main wreckage of MH370,”he told the Sydney Morning Herald.

The claims come after recent proposals identified new search areas in the southern Indian Ocean for the Boeing 777, which vanished on March 8, 2014 with 239 passengers on board.

A US-based marine technology company Ocean Infinity has also expressed eagerness to deploy a new fleet of unmanned vessels to finally locate the plane.

But any further search is stalled without approval from the Malaysian government, whose sovereign wealth fund owns Malaysia Airlines.

The investigator believes the government isn’t willing to spend money on the new hunt for the aircraft.

Godfrey has also questioned Malaysian authorities over an incident where debris handed over by his colleague Blaine Gibson in 2022 lingered in Madagascar after Malaysia had neglected to pay the air cargo fees for repatriation.

The search for missing flight MH370 wrapped up in 2018 – after four fruitless years.

The fate of MH370 remains a mystery with conspiracy theories hypothesising that Captain Zaharie deliberately crashed the plane or the aircraft suffered a malfunction which prompted it to look for a safe landing area.

According to the latter theory, the accident then caused a “mass hypoxia event” – a sudden loss of oxygen – which knocked out the crew and passengers before they could land.

The plane would then continue on autopilot until it ran out of fuel.

This theory is favoured by the Malaysian government and the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB).

Expert Richard Godfrey has revealed all the suspect decisions the pilot allegedly made to hide the passenger plane on that fateful night of March 8, 2014.

Speaking exclusively to The Sun, the British aerospace engineer believes that a new 229-page bombshell report could finally hold the evidence to back up his claims.

He has long argued that the pilot flew the jet in circles to prove he wasn’t being followed before committing it to a fast descent and ensuring it was lost forever.

Godfrey, along with researchers Dr Hannes Coetzee, and Professor Simon Maskell believe they have tracked the plane’s six-hour flight path after its final communication to its last location.

Presenting their discoveries as “credible new evidence,” Godfrey’s team speculated that the jet may have crashed in a stretch of ocean some 930 miles west of Perth – barely half of which had been explored by previous underwater investigations.

Despite the new presenting, Godfrey pointed out that the Malaysian government failed to respond to various information discovered by his team.

Since the plane’s disappearance, more than 30 bits of aircraft debris have been collected from various places around the world but only three wing fragments that washed up along the Indian Ocean have been confirmed to be from MH370.

With the main body of the aeroplane still missing, family members of those on board have been held in limbo for almost ten years.

The Sun has reached out to Malaysian Embassy and Malaysia Airlines for comment.

AFPRelatives of missing Chinese passengers cry before a meeting in Beijing a day after authorities announced the end of search operations for the aircraft[/caption]

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