Computer experts talk rescheduled cabin, using the shadow of another plane to hide and responsibility of pilots
Many hypotheses and each day a new is known, such as pointing to a computer rescheduled the flight path or use of the "shadow" of another plane could be part of the strategies of those who got rid of radars to aircraft with 239 people on board.
Those who do not believe in the theory of "accident", are seeking other explanations as the expert on U.S. aeronautical navigation, Keith Ledgerwood, who keeps a hypothesis to explain the disappearance of the apparatus which after veering off course, Malaysia Airlines plane - with 239 people aboard, used the path of another aircraft of the same model and manufacturer-a Boeing 777-200 ER-type to go unnoticed. The route would have used would have been the plane Singapore Airlines covering the route between Singapore and Barcelona.
Defense Minister and Acting transport minister of Malaysia, Hishamudin Hussein said in a press conference that the researchers are increasingly convinced that the plane was perhaps target thousands of miles off course by someone with a deep knowledge of the Boeing 777-200ER and commercial navigation.
The disappeared plane from Malaysia Airlines might have come to Laos, the Caspian Sea, the South Indian or Sumatra.
Meanwhile, U.S. intelligence is leaning towards the theory that the pilot and co-pilot of the Boeing 777 Malaysia Airlines are somehow responsible for the disappearance of the aircraft.
The researchers analyzed the profiles of the 227 passengers and 12 crew members were aboard, studying in particular the head of a possible sabotage, although nothing has been entirely discarded.
The personality and life of the two pilots, the commander Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53 years old, and his copilot, Fariq Abdul Hamid, 27, are examined in detail by the researchers, and even by the media.
traslation: Belén Zapata