Regarding the disappearance of MH370, many people have speculated that the public are not being told the whole truth in this matter.
Turns out, that was correct:
MH370 pilot practised suicide route into the Indian Ocean
The captain of missing flight MH370 practised crashing into the Indian Ocean on a simulator weeks before his plane disappeared, confidential police documents reveal.
The documents show that captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah practised flying across remote sections of the ocean until his plane ran out of fuel.
It suggests the disappearance of MH370 was not an accident, but a suicide mission meticulously planned by the pilot, New York magazine reported.
The route he practised on the simulator took him out of Kuala Lumpur before heading south over the remote expanse of the Indian Ocean.
It is a route eerily similar to the one investigators believe the plane flew before it vanished in March 2014.
The simulator data was gleaned from a computer by the FBI and used by the Malaysian Police during their investigation into the incident.
However, the findings were withheld from the public when police released their official investigation last March.
Before the flight vanished it is understood Shah had been distracted and withdrawn as he dealt with the break-up of his marriage.
Speaking in 2014 about the mystery, the wife and daughter of Shah said the 53-year-old pilot had been desolate in the weeks before the aircraft’s disappearance – and refused pleas to attend marriage counselling sessions.
Three weeks after the split Flight MH370 went missing, with some investigators suggesting it was a deliberate and desperate ploy by Shah.
The key part bolded by me. Why would they hold this back from the public I wonder? What would or could informing the public of this do? How would it compromise the search? Or otherwise interfere with finding out what happened and where the plane is?
The revelations come as officials from Malaysia, China and Australia admit they could have been searching in the wrong area for the plane for the last two years.