Mystery Solved As Experts Verify MH370 Crash Site Shows Jet In ‘SAME Location’ Where It Disappeared From Radar.

The worldwide hunt to find the plane intensified a month ago when we exclusively revealed a plane believed to be MH370 had been spotted on Google Maps in the Cambodian jungle.

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Four years ago, on the on 8 March, 2014, a Malaysia airlines MH370 Boeing 777 jet flying from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia, to its destination, Beijing Capital International Airport in China.

It suddenly disappeared from radar sparking one of the greatest aviation mysteries in history as the families of the 239 people on board desperately searched for answers.

The disappearance left many experts scratching their heads when the location of the wrecked jet couldn’t be determined despite the huge international effort organized to find the wreck.

Officials who determined they weren’t going close this till it was solved finally had a breakthrough in solving the four year mystery by a stroke of ‘Google Maps Luck’.

The worldwide hunt to find the plane intensified a month ago when we exclusively revealed a plane believed to be MH370 had been spotted on Google Maps in the Cambodian jungle as stated by one of the experts.

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That discovery triggered an even greater twist last week after a second plane was found just 10 miles away.

And that new discovery is being hailed a “massive breakthrough” in the search for the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777.

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Volunteer investigator Andre Milne believes Daniel Boyer’s satellite images northwest of Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh could belong to the plane.

“We have now been provided a real time image that is undoubtedly a legitimate anomaly in Google Maps as stated by Mr Milne – founder of military technology firm Unicorn Aerospace.

“Mr Boyer’s discovery clearly needs to be examined in further detail as it spatially aligns with the same region that Malaysia claimed then denied that MH370 was being tracked after she vanished.

“Another component that Mr Boyer’s discovery brings attention to is the self contradictory nature of the Inmarsat Data in relation to the 7th ARC and the measurement of time.

“How is it possible that Inmarsat can scientifically claim that the area beneath the 7th ARC is where the final ping occurred at 8:11 am Malaysia time yet the actual time Malaysia ATC claimed that MH370 was being tracked in the exact same location as Mr Boyer’s discovery was at 2am Malaysia time?”

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