By Sohail Sawlani

Findings Reveal China Eastern Jet Was Deliberately Crashed

18 May 2022

USA, 18 May 2022 | In late March, a China Eastern Jet operating a routine domestic flight plummeted from the sky, killing all 132 passengers and crew, with no survivors. At first, the airline manufacturer was suspected as the main cause of the incident, after its notorious 737 MAX incidents. However, new information has come to the surface- suggesting that the aircraft was deliberately crashed. The reason why remains unknown.

Last month, Chinese investigators stated that all pilots were in good mental health and could not have possibly caused the incident. Around the same time, the Cockpit Voice Recorder and Flight Data Recorder (black boxes) were discovered at the crash site. The black boxes were sent to the United States for processing.

It has been a while since the incident, and according to The Wall Street Journal earlier today morning, "The Boeing aircraft took an intentional nosedive". Data recovered from the black box suggests that someone in the cockpit input controls that sent the plane into its deadly descent.

This takes most of the blame off Boeing's hands, but resulted in a very shocking ending.

Was it pilot suicide? Was it a hijacking? Stay tuned for more news as the story develops.

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