Funny to say that the captain of MH370 is now the chief suspect in the Malaysia’s official police investigation into the ongoing mystery of the missing Malaysia Airline – after investigators found suspicious evidence from a flight simulator in his home.
Captain Zaharie Shah, 53, reportedly used his house simulator to practice take-off and landings in remote locations, including some airstrips in the southern Indian ocean.
The investigators have now managed to obtain the files which had been deleted before they swept the machine.
After more than 170 interviews, detectives determined that Captain Zaharie was the most likely culprit if the plane which went missing on March 8 with 239 people was lost due to human intervention.
The criminal inquiry completed intelligence checks on all the people on board but the only individual arousing suspicion was Captain Shah.