The former chief pilot for the airline is convinced that human intervention was to blame for the disappearance of the plane a year ago this Sunday. But he said he had no reason to believe the captain, a longtime friend, would have done it.

Senh: The search for Flight 370 has already been a year. They're searching an area in the ocean the size of California and Texas combined. That's a large area. This could be one of those mysteries that may never be solved.

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