Did Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, One of the Pilots of Missing Malaysia Flight MH370 Go Rogue? Wearing a T-shirt with a ‘Democracy is Dead’ Slogan
As if the disappearance of Malaysia Flight MH370 was not bizarre enough, now we are getting an image of one of the pilots and it does not look good.
The image many of us want for those flying a plane is one of normalcy, stability and calm. However, that is hardly the one that is emerging of one of the pilots. 53 year old Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was said to be a ‘fanatical’ supporter of the country’s opposition leader Anwar Ibrahi. The pilot of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet wearing a T-shirt with a ‘Democracy is Dead’ slogan. It has also been revealed that the pilot’s wife and three children moved out of the family home the day before the plane went missing.
Investigators are now focusing on the pilots, crew and passengers of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight,
including Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, seen here with his home flight simulator in a YouTube video.
An image has emerged of the pilot of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet wearing a T-shirt with a ‘Democracy is Dead’ slogan as it has been revealed he could have hijacked the plane in an anti-government protest.
Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, a father-of-three, was said to be a ‘fanatical’ supporter of the country’s opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim – jailed for homosexuality just hours before the jet disappeared.
It has also been revealed that the pilot’s wife and three children moved out of the family home the day before the plane went missing.
It comes as FBI investigators say the disappearance of MH370 may have been ‘an act of piracy’ and the possibility that hundreds of passengers are being held at an unknown location has not been ruled out.
Captian Shah was an ‘obsessive’ supporter of Ibrahim. And hours before the doomed flight left Kuala Lumpur it is understood 53-year-old Shah attended a controversial trial in which Ibrahim was jailed for five years.
Campaigners say the politician, the key challenger to Malaysia’s ruling party, was the victim of a long-running smear campaign and had faced trumped-up charges.
Police sources have confirmed that Shah was a vocal political activist – and fear that the court decision left him profoundly upset. It was against this background that, seven hours later, he took control of a Boeing 777-200 bound for Beijing and carrying 238 passengers and crew.