By Sohail Sawlani

New MH370 Evidence Reveals Shocking Discovery

December 14, 2022

MADAGASCAR, 13 DECEMBER | On 8 March 2014, Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 disappeared off radar, and to this day, nobody knows what happened to the Boeing 777. However, new evidence has been discovered, and it reveals something very shocking.

A piece of MH370's debris has been found off the coast of Madagascar by local fisherman. The wreckage found is a trunnion door, which is the door that opens to extend the landing gear. According to British engineer Richard Godfrey, the landing gear was extended upon impact. This proves that there was an active pilot in the airplane until it crashed, as the landing gear was highly extended on impact.

This also shows that MH370 was crashed quickly and deliberately by one of the pilots, as if the pilot were to do a water-landing, or ditching, the landing gear would not be extended. In additon, the combination of high-speed impact to break up the aircraft and the extended landing gear designed to sink the aircraft as quickly as possible reveals clear intent to hide the evidence of the crash.

SOURCE: Skynews, Aerotime

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