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Malaysia Airlines pilot's 'Democracy is Dead' T-shirt fuels talk that he hijacked the flight

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As the search for the missing plane widened, U.S. lawmakers demanded answers. Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah's support for jailed Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has stirred fears that he hijacked the flight in an act of protest. The mystery of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet deepened Sunday as a photo surfaced of its pilot wearing a T-shirt with the slogan “Democracy is Dead” and searchers set course for the Indian Ocean. The T-shirt further fueled fears that Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, an ardent supporter of jailed Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, hijacked Flight 370 along its path from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in an act of anti-government protest.

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This plane was not destroyed, it is intact somewhere hidden in that region, they descended down to 15,000 feet to avoid radar and other air traffic. You cant trust Malaysia, they are a sneaky government.They wont release the cargo manifest of the plane to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority because they are shady and have something to hide. They also deliberatly stalled releaseing information about the last known wherabouts during the first week.

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