Can’t believe they still can’t find this plane.
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Focus on the investigation into the fate of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet remained on the pilots Sunday, as speculation arose over whether one of the men flying the plane could have hijacked it in an anti-government protest.

Meanwhile, authorities said Sunday that the final words from the pilots came after the Boeing 777’s data recorder and transponder had been disabled on March 8, adding to suspicions one or both of the pilots were involved in the plane’s disappearance.

Britain’s Daily Mail on Sunday, citing police sources, reported that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, was an “obsessive” supporter of Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, who was sentenced to five years in prison on a charge of sodomy just hours before the Malaysia Airlines plane took off. The Mail reported that Malaysian authorities fear that Zaharie, who was at Ibrahim’s trial, may have been upset enough by Ibrahim’s imprisonment to hijack his own aircraft as a form of political protest.