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Fisherman Comes Forward With Surprising Revelation About Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane MH370



A recent report reveals an Australian fisherman’s claim that he retrieved a piece of the vanished Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 from the ocean nearly a decade ago.

The flight, carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members, mysteriously disappeared from radar on March 8, 2014, leaving no trace of its whereabouts.

Kit Olver, a 77-year-old deep-sea fisherman working off South Australia’s eastern coast, recounted to the Sydney Morning Herald his experience a few months after the plane’s disappearance. While trawling, he encountered a snag beneath the waves. Olver’s discovery, which he reported to authorities at the time but was not taken seriously, has haunted him ever since.

“It was a bloody great wing of a big jet airliner,” he said. “I’ve questioned myself; I’ve looked for a way out of this. I wish to Christ I’d never seen the thing … but there it is. It was a jet’s wing.” Olver, who had experience flying Cessnas, noted that the wing was larger than anything from a small plane.

Olver’s only other surviving crewmate, George Currie, from that day corroborates his story. Currie recalled the difficulty they faced when they dragged up the wing.

“You’ve got no idea what trouble we had when we dragged up that wing,” Currie said. “It was incredibly heavy and awkward. It stretched out the net and ripped it. It was too big to get up on the deck.” The wing, identified as white and from a commercial plane, proved too challenging to extract from the net. Consequently, Olver instructed his crew to cut the $20,000 net to free their boat and return home.

Despite his significant find, Olver chose not to publicize the incident due to a previous negative experience with the press. However, he did report the situation to authorities upon returning to port, only to be dismissed with the suggestion that he had likely encountered debris from an old shipping container.

With no physical evidence to present, Olver and Currie are left with only their memories and a rough location of where the wing was allegedly found. This account adds another layer to the ongoing mystery of MH370, parts of which have purportedly been found off the coast of Africa, though doubts about the authenticity of these parts persist.

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