Police Inspector General: ‘Crew of flight 370 not yet cleared, awaiting investigation of Captain’s simulator’

Will the much awaited Malaysian police report provide details of airstrip simulations uploaded into the pilot’s home simulator, specifically Diego Garcia?

By Staff Writer

KUALA LUMPUR (INTELLIHUB) — Police Inspector General Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar announced Thursday in a meeting, that all passengers who were aboard missing flight 370 have been cleared of criminal action. However, Baker made it a point to mention that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, and First Officer Fariq Abdul Hamid, 27, are still under heavy investigation.

Baker is awaiting clues from investigators regarding Malaysian Airlines Captain Zaharie’s home simulator which has been reported to have runway approach simulations from five airports loaded into it, including one of the U.S. controlled military base Diego Garcia.

Now due to the battery life of the aircraft’s black box, likely to last only a few more days, some wonder just how much longer authorities will search for the missing plane which was also reported to have been hijacked by the U.S. military and flown to a remote island base in the Indian Ocean.

Reports also say, authorities are also leaving no stones unturned, even searching an exotic fruit farm which had a shipment of mangosteens aboard MH370 on Mar. 8, 2014 when the plane went missing.

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