The investigating team of the ill-fated flight say that the unusual flight of the aircraft was proof enough that the flight was aimed for a suicide mission by someone on board who knew what he was doing. In fact, no malfunction or fire could have led to such a flight.
"An analysis of the flight's routing, signalling and communications shows that it was flown "in a rational way" investigators said.
Investigator's further say,"It just does not hinge together... We have gone through processes you do to get the plane where it flew to for eight hours. They point to it being flown in a rational way."
Amid foul cry and demand for complete information on the ill-fated flight, investigators are also speculating the mental health conditions of the pilot and the co-pilot. Inside reports, however, confirm no such indications as investigators interrogated hundreds of their friends and family members.
Meanwhile relatives of the passengers complain of delayed response by the Malaysian authorities when the Inmarsat had already calculated the site of the plane crash. It took almost 10 days for the rescue teams to reach the crash 'site'.
According to a report by The Telegraph, there are stark discrepencies in the details given out by the Amalaysian Airline which said it condoles and sympathizes the death of its 226 members and 13 staff members. But the official list of the passengers show 227 onboard and 12 crew members.
Search operations are still on to retrieve the black boxes.