The widow of a passenger on doomed flight MH370 has sensationally claimed the wife of the Malaysian Prime Minister implied the pilots ‘took’ the jet.
Danica Weeks, 42, said a month after she was told the plane had disappeared on March 8, 2014, she told Rosmah Mansor – wife of Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak – to do everything in her power to ‘find her husband’ Paul and ‘bring him home’.
The Australian mother-of-two told Channel Nine’s 60 Minutes on Sunday night:
‘[She said] it was very horrible that someone would do that to 238 innocent people,’
‘She was insinuating that the pilots took the plane.’
Danica Weeks pictured with husband Paul
The Boeing 777 has not been found since it disappeared flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing nearly two and a half years ago.
Numerous theories have been put forward, including the 53-year-old pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah ‘took over’ the aircraft and crashed it in an act of suicide and mass murder.
Ms Weeks told the program she feared that everyone on the plane was still alive before the crash.
‘[I fear they] knew what was going on and they were doing everything in their power to change the situation,’ the Perth mother said.
Canadian air crash investigator Larry Vance told the program he had no doubt the Malaysia Airlines jet was brought down by a rogue pilot, insisting that there was ‘no other theory that fits.’
The search for the remnants of the plane continues.
Rosmah Mansor is the wife of Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak (both pictured in 2015)Ms Weeks pictured with her sonsHer husband Paul pictured with their sons