Diplomat probing MH370 mystery is shot dead in Madagascar

Conspiracy theorist claims he was about to deliver newly-found parts of the jet to Malaysian investigators

A diplomat probing the doomed MH370 flight has been shot dead amid claims he was about to deliver newly-found parts of the jet to Malaysian investigators.

Zahid Raza, Honorary Consul of Malaysia, was gunned down in Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar, off the southeast coast of Africa, last week.

There is speculation that he was already a marked man and may have been assassinated over claims he was involved in a kidnap conspiracy in 2009.

But US lawyer Blaine Gibson, who has been retrieving suspected pieces of the doomed Malaysian Airline’s jet washed up on the shores of Madagascar, said Raza had been due to deliver newly-found items to Malaysian investigators when he was killed.

Amateur investigator Gibson said two pieces of ‘possible MH370 aircraft debris’ were handed over to Madagascar authorities on August 16.

He added on his blog: ‘For the protection of those involved we decided not to make this report public until the debris was safely delivered to Malaysia.

‘However tragic events have intervened. Under the agreement between the two countries, debris is supposed to be collected by Hon. Zahid Raza, the Honorary Malaysian Consul in Madagascar, and delivered by private courier to Malaysia…

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