Missing Malaysian Flight Pilot Left Final ‘All Right, Good Night’ Radio Call While Plane Was Already Turned

Although officials had been ruling our terrorism as a factor in the case of the missing Malaysia Flight 370 that vanished two weeks ago, this new evidence could change everything. A final radio call was heard from co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid at 1:19 p.m. on March 8 calmly saying, “All right, good night,” which gave the intentions to the air traffic controllers that everything was going as planned. This was already 12 minutes after the plane had changed course. “It was 100 percent clear that this pilot or co-pilot was going to take this plane with the intent of doing something bad,” said Scott Brenner on “The Kelly File.” The whole incident is still under investigation.

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