Former Aussie premier: ‘Top level’ in former Malaysian government secretly concluded MH370 pilot committed ‘murder-suicide’

The Daily Mail quoted Abbot as saying he fears search teams were never informed. Source (pic): The Edge Markets

بكس ڤردان منتري أستراليا: ءڤيهق اتسء كراجأن مليسيا سچارا رهسيا روموسكن جوروتربڠ مه370 ءبونوه ديري دان ڤنومڤڠء

A report by the Deutsche Welle reads that Australia’s former Prime Minister Tony Abbott claimed Malaysian authorities believe the MH370 flight, which went missing with 239 people on board, was downed by the pilot in a murder-suicide plot. 

The Daily Mail was more forthcoming, saying Abbott claimed Malaysia secretly concluded that the pilot at the helm of doomed flight MH370 committed mass murder-suicide.

Malaysian investigators publicly gave Captain Shah the all-clear, and were searching areas they believed a ‘ghost plane’ – which continues flying without anyone able to control it – could have reached before running out of fuel and falling back to earth.

The search following the plane’s possible trajectory based upon the understanding the pilots were dead – or somehow incapacitated – before the plane crashed.


A report by the Deutsche Welle reads that Australia’s former Prime Minister Tony Abbott claimed Malaysian authorities believe the MH370 flight, which went missing with 239 people on board, was downed by the pilot in a murder-suicide plot.

The Beijing bound Malaysia Airlines jet went missing on March 8, 2014, after taking off from Kuala Lumpur.




“My understanding from the very top level of the Malaysian government is that from very, very early on here they thought it was a murder-suicide by the pilot,” the report quoted Abbott, Australia’s prime minister at the time, as saying.

The Daily Mail was more forthcoming, saying Abbott claimed Malaysia secretly concluded that the pilot at the helm of doomed flight MH370 committed mass murder-suicide.

The report claims the Malaysian government told members of the public that investigations remained inconclusive, although privately, those at the top knew the true explanation within a week of its disappearance.

The daily quoted Abbot as saying he fears search teams were never informed.

Australia played a large role in the 12,000 square kilometer (4,630 square mile) search in the Indian Ocean, the largest in aviation history, which came up empty.

“I’m not going to say who said to whom but let me reiterate — I want to be absolutely crystal clear — it was understood at the highest levels that this was almost certainly murder-suicide by the pilot,” Abbott said in an excerpt from the Sky News documentary released ahead of broadcast.

Cause of disappearance unknown

A two-year international effort led by Malaysia, China and Australia to carry out a roughly $130 million (€120 million) underwater search in the Indian Ocean which ended in January 2017. A US exploration firm Ocean Infinity launched a private hunt the following year but that too ended after several months of scouring the seabed without success.

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The MH370 disappearance since fueled widespread public speculation and is one of the greatest aviation mysteries. The theory that the veteran pilot, a man named Zaharie Ahmad Shah, suspected to be mentally troubled, went rogue and downed the plane has been strongly rejected by his family and friends.

The Daily Mail wrote:

Malaysian investigators publicly gave Captain Shah the all-clear, and were searching areas they believed a ‘ghost plane’ – which continues flying without anyone able to control it – could have reached before running out of fuel and falling back to earth.

The search following the plane’s possible trajectory based upon the understanding the pilots were dead – or somehow incapacitated – before the plane crashed.

Under that scenario, the plane would have continued on its set path, but deliberate action by a pilot to crash the aircraft meant it could have come down far outside the areas that had been searched up to this point. 

According to the Deutsche Welle, one such incident is widely believed to have taken place in recent years in Europe, involving Germanwings Flight 9525 and its pilot Andreas Lubitz. However, his father also disputed the conclusion.

A 2018 report by Malaysian authorities concluded that the investigating team was “unable to determine the real cause for the disappearance of MH370.” The report, however, suggested a lapse by air traffic control and said the course of the plane was changed manually.

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