Malaysian police has reportedly searched the home of one the missing plane pilot amid growing evidence Flight MH370’s unexplained disappearance may have been a ‘deliberate act’ to divert its course and escape radar detection on ground.
During the latest press conference by Prime Minister Najib Razak, he disclosed investigators has refocused its concentration on crew and passengers aboard Flight MH370 on the consideration that psychological problems or other motivation among any suspect on the plane may have caused its disappearance.
Early Saturday, shortly after Najib’s statement, Malaysian authorities were seen raiding the home of 53-year old captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, according to a report by The Guardian.
It was not immediately known, however, if the homes of other 11 crew members were searched, including co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamas, the 27-year old first officer who allegedly allowed two women inside the cockpit during a flight in 2011. (Click here to read more)