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Photo proves Malaysia Airlines MH370 pilot intended to kill everyone

A leading expert has claimed the pilot of the doomed Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight intended to kill everyone on board because the planes flaps – which assist with landing – were not extended, disproving suggestions he had intended a soft landing.

Analysing photos from the wreckage, Christine Negroni rubbished recent claims that pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah tried to land the plane in the Indian ocean softly.

Mrs Negroni pointed to crucial evidence that the wreckage of the Boeing 777’s wing flaps were retracted at the time of the crash in March 2014.

A leading expert has claimed the pilot of the doomed Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight intended to kill everyone on board because the planes flaps – which assist with landing – were not extended, disproving suggestions he had intended a soft landing

Aviation expert Christine Negroni pointed to crucial evidence that the wreckage of the Boeing 777's wing flaps were retracted at the time of the crash in March 2014

Aviation expert Christine Negroni pointed to crucial evidence that the wreckage of the Boeing 777’s wing flaps were retracted at the time of the crash in March 2014

Zaharie Shah flew off course on a suicide mission and planned to kill himself and the 238 others on the journey from Beijing to Kuala Lumpur

Zaharie Shah )right) flew off course on a suicide mission and planned to kill himself and the 238 others on the journey from Beijing to Kuala Lumpur. Mrs Negroni (left) rubbished recent claims that pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah tried to land the plane in the Indian ocean softly

Meaning, the plane was not under full control when it crash landed – rubbishing a bombshell theory set out by former Canadian air crash investigator Larry Vance.

Mr Vance claimed during at interview on Australia’s 60 Minutes earlier in the month that Shah had cruelly attempted to keep the plane in one piece – meaning everybody on board would perish, but he would avoid creating debris that would aid search attempts.

Shah flew off course on a suicide mission and planned to kill himself and the 238 others on the journey from Beijing to Kuala Lumpur.

The plane was not under full control when it crash landed - rubbishing a bombshell theory set out by former Canadian air crash investigator Larry Vance

The plane was not under full control when it crash landed – rubbishing a bombshell theory set out by former Canadian air crash investigator Larry Vance

Mr Vance claimed during at interview on Australia's 60 Minutes earlier in the month that Shah had cruelly attempted to keep the plane in one piece - meaning everybody on board would perish, but he would avoid creating debris that would aid search attempts 

Mr Vance claimed during at interview on Australia’s 60 Minutes earlier in the month that Shah had cruelly attempted to keep the plane in one piece – meaning everybody on board would perish, but he would avoid creating debris that would aid search attempts 

This photograph shows the flaps being retracted (left) and when they are extended (right)

This photograph shows the flaps being retracted (left) and when they are extended (right)

Mr Vance said: ‘He was killing himself; unfortunately, he was killing everybody else on board, and he did it deliberately’.

Setting out his argument in his new book MH370: Mystery Solved, Mr Vance suggested Shah wanted to leave as little trace as possible, in a final act of malice.

But Ms Negroni has rubbished his conclusions as ‘preposterous’ and ‘absurd’ and used the photos to prove her point.

Setting out his argument in his new book MH370: Mystery Solved, Mr Vance suggested Shah (pictured) wanted to leave as little trace as possible, in a final act of malice

Setting out his argument in his new book MH370: Mystery Solved, Mr Vance suggested Shah (pictured) wanted to leave as little trace as possible, in a final act of malice

In a post on her website following the show, she said: ‘Ladies and gents, thanks to 60 Minutes, pilots Vance and Hardy are in the cockpit.

‘They’ve fuelled up with alternative facts and are taking us on a flight to the absurd.

‘Will we ever return from this remote region of reality? Stay tuned.’

She slammed the show of airing ‘far-fetched’, ‘hokum’ – especially in regards to the  wing flap suggesting a controlled landing. 

But Ms Negroni has rubbished his conclusions as 'preposterous' and 'absurd' and used the photos to prove her point

But Ms Negroni has rubbished his conclusions as ‘preposterous’ and ‘absurd’ and used the photos to prove her point



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