Another piece of aircraft wreckage, believed to be from MH370, has added strength to the belief that the plane was not under the control of a pilot when it smashed into the southern Indian Ocean.
A South African tour operator in Mozambique says he found the large triangular-shaped piece, measuring about a meter wide and a meter long, on the country’s east coast.
The fact that it is badly mangled with torn edges has led experts to conclude that the aircraft was not glided down for a ‘soft’ landing on the sea – a claim by those who believe pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah turned ‘rogue’ and took control of the aircraft on a suicide flight to end in the ocean where it would sink and drown everyone on board.
Suspected MH370 part found off Mozambique suggests it was not under control of a pilot | Daily Mail Online
Posted on August 28, 2016 by Boulderdash