Latest news from the MH370 - "Hackers" have "unlocked the cockpit door and suffocated them all to kidnap the missing Malaysian airline"

MH370 was possibly hijacked by hackers who unlocked the cockpit door and then depressurized the plane to stifle all in it was alleged.
The new theory comes just months after a damned "final" report on the missing secret of the convicted jet did not pinpoint why it disappeared.
Alamy MH370 disappeared during a flight to Beijing, but the reasons for its disappearance are still a mystery. The disappearance of the jet in March 2014 remains one of history's biggest unresolved secrets.
Jeff Wise, an aviation expert who regularly appeared on CNN, told The Daily Star that it was "fairly straightforward" for hackers.
He said, "I think it's hard to control 300 people. However, it would be a pretty simple matter to relieve the plane and make people suffocate.
"The idea is that if you get into the electronics bay and have access to computers that control the plane, you can unlock the cockpit door.
Reconstructed clip of the MH370 crash shows how the jet crashes into the Indian Ocean
EPA The author has made the official report with the statement that he ignored the main evidence. If a hijacking is in progress, the captain will lock the cockpit door.
"But if the captain is no longer in control of the plane, he is not in a good position."
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur and flew to Beijing with 239 passengers.
At 8:14 pm on March 8, 2014, Malaysia Airlines lost contact with MH370 near the island of Phuket in the Strait of Malacca.
Company News and Images Some aviation experts say the disappearance of the MH370 is a deliberate act by Captain Zaharie Amhad Shah. Against this background, the Malaysian authorities believe that the last words of the plane, either the pilot or the copilot, are "Good night, Malaysian three seven zero".
Satellite pings from the aircraft indicate that the aircraft flew about seven hours when the fuel was used up.
Experts have calculated the most likely crash site around 1,000 miles west of Perth (Australia).
But a huge search for the ocean floor has not found any debris – and there are a number of alternative theories about its fate.
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Various theories were put forward, including the crash in the remote Cambodian jungle, and there was a cover-up.
However, parts of the jet have been washed ashore on the east coast of Africa, indicating that it has perished in the sea.
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