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PostPosted: Mon Apr 14, 2014 1:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just did a radio slot on this from about half one on http://www.bcfmradio.com/podcasts/20140414130001.mp3

The dramatic revelation that Fariq tried to make a phone call after regular communication from the aircraft to ground control was lost opens up a new field of speculation - and more questions about the mysterious disappearance of the jet.

Did Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370’s co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid make a cell phone call after the plane altered course and “disappeared?”
http://presstv.com/detail/2014/04/14/358474/mh370-call-exposing-911-co verup/

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AIRBORNE CONTACT: Telco tower in Penang picked up phone signal
KUALA LUMPUR: A CREW member of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 made a desperate call from his mobile phone as the plane was flying low near Penang, the morning it went missing.
The latest breakthrough in the ongoing criminal investigation traced the source of the call to co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid's phone.
The New Straits Times has learnt that investigators are poring over this discovery as they try to piece together what had happened moments before the Boeing 777-22ER twinjet went off the radar, some 200 nautical miles (320km) northwest of Penang on March 8.
It is understood that the aircraft with 239 people on board was flying at an altitude low enough for the nearest telecommunications tower to pick up his phone's signal.
His call, however, ended abruptly, but not before contact was established with a telecommunications sub-station in the state.
However, the NST is unable to ascertain who Fariq was trying to call as sources chose not to divulge details of the investigation. The links that police are trying to establish are also unclear.
"The telco's (telecommunications company's) tower established the call that he was trying to make. On why the call was cut off, it was likely because the aircraft was fast moving away from the tower and had not come under the coverage of the next one," the sources said.
It was also established that Fariq's last communication through the WhatsApp Messenger application was about 11.30pm on March 7, just before he boarded the aircraft for his six-hour flight to Beijing.
The NST was also told that checks on Fariq's phone history showed that the last person he spoke to was "one of his regular contacts (a number that frequently appears on his outgoing phone logs)".
This call was made no more than two hours before the flight took off at 12.41am from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).
A different set of sources close to the investigations told the NST that checks on Fariq's phone showed that connection to the phone had been "detached" before the plane took off.
"This is usually the result of the phone being switched off. At one point, however, when the airplane was airborne, between waypoint Igari and the spot near Penang (just before it went missing from radar), the line was 'reattached'.
"A 'reattachment' does not necessarily mean that a call was made. It can also be the result of the phone being switched on again," the sources said.
The flight, with a crew of 12, was supposed to take off at 12.35am.
The jetliner disappeared from commercial radar about an hour later, while it was flying over the South China Sea. It was supposed to have landed in Beijing at 6.30am the same day.
Experts said it was possible for a mobile phone to be connected to a telecommunications tower at an altitude of 7,000 feet.
An NST exclusive on March 16, quoted investigators as saying that the jetliner had dropped to as low as 5,000 feet after it made the turnback at waypoint Igari in the South China Sea before it crossed Peninsular Malaysia headed towards Penang.
Meanwhile, Fariq's cousin Nursyafiqah Kamarudin, 18, told the NST on Monday that Fariq, who would have turned 28 on April 1, was very close to his mother.
"If Fariq could make one call before the plane disappeared, it would have been to her."
Police have not cleared the 227 passengers of the flight MH370 of possible foul play. Clearance has also not been given to the crew.
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar had, on April 2, said they had "obtained some clues" on what might have happened to the flight, based on the statements recorded from 176 people. This number has climbed to 205 as of yesterday.
Khalid had also said the crew were among the main "subjects of the investigations".
Their probe had been focused on four possible areas -- hijack, sabotage, as well as personal and psychological problems.
They are investigating the case under Section 130C of the Penal Code, which deals with hijacking, terrorism and sabotage offences, as well as the Security Offences (Special Measures) and Aviation Offences Acts.
On why these findings were not made known, the sources said, like criminal investigations by any police force, details of an ongoing probe would not be made public.
"Not only are they not obliged to, it also puts the investigation at risk if the findings are revealed," the sources said.
The team carrying out this probe is separate from the International Investigating Team (IIT), which comprises agencies with expertise in satellite communications and aircraft performance.
The IIT is also represented by Inmarsat, Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) and Rolls-Royce from the United Kingdom, China's Civil Aviation Administration and Aircraft Accident Investigation Department (AAID), and from the United States, National Transportation and Safety Board (NTSB), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Federal Bureau Investigation and the Triple Seven's manufacturer, Boeing.
This team had been working over the past weeks, refining data, including those extracted from radars and satellites, in narrowing down the search area, which has since been centred in the Indian Ocean.
While some details from the IIT's investigations have been released to appease family members' and the media's demand for information, police said they were not at liberty to divulge details of the probe for fear that it could jeopardise their investigation.
The FBI has been assisting police, including sharing intelligence and expertise.
Kuala Lumpur had also, on April 5, announced the appointment of an independent "Investigator in Charge" to lead an investigating team, which will include three groups.
They are an airworthiness group to look at issues such as maintenance records, structures and systems; an operations group to examine, among others, flight recorders, operations and meteorology; and, a medical and human factors group to investigate areas of psychology and survival factors.
Six days ago, the New Sunday Times front-paged a report that said investigators had, over the last few weeks, sifted through hundreds of hours of closed-circuit television footage, not only from cameras in most corners of KLIA, but all the way back to a toll plaza 8.8km away, which most passengers would have had to pass through to reach KLIA. Videos were also taken from the stretch of road leading to the airport.
Their movements were traced by the CCTVs right up to the time they showed up at gate C1, in the West Zone of the airport's Satellite Building, where the plane was parked.
It was also learnt that while Fariq and chief stewardess Goh Sock Lay, 45, communicated via the WhatsApp messenger application at 11.30pm, pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, made his last contact through the application at 7.45pm, some five hours before flying off.
Read more: Call traced to co-pilot's phone - General - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/nation/general/call-traced-to-co-pilot-s-phone-1 .562612


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Investigators reveal MH370 co-pilot tried to make a call from his mobile phone after the aircraft 'vanished' but 'was abruptly cut off' as U.S. deny reports the plane landed at their remote military base
Investigators say call was made from Fariq Abdul Hamid's mobile phone
It was flying low enough for a sub-station in Penang to pick up signal
Details of who Fariq was trying to call have not been disclosed
It possible for a mobile phone to be connected at an altitude of 7,000 feet
U.S. denies reports plane landed at base on remote island of Diego Garcia
By RICHARD SHEARS and TARA BRADY
PUBLISHED: 10:31, 12 April 2014 | UPDATED: 15:52, 12 April 2014
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Fariq Abdul Hamid made a call from his mobile phone as the aircraft flew low over the west coast of Malaysia +11
Fariq Abdul Hamid made a call from his mobile phone as the aircraft flew low over the west coast of Malaysia
The co-pilot of missing flight MH370 made a call from his mobile phone while the aircraft flew low over the west coast of Malaysia, it was revealed today as the U.S. denied reports the plane landed at a military base on the remote island of Diego Garcia.
Investigators have learned that the call was made from Fariq Abdul Hamid's mobile phone as the Boeing 777 flew low near the island of Penang, on the north of Malaysia's west coast.
The New Straits Times reported the aircraft, with 239 people on board, was flying low enough for the nearest telecommunications tower to pick up Fariq's signal.
The call ended abrupty, however it has been learned that contact was definitely established with a telecommunications sub-station in Penang state.
The paper said it had been unable to ascertain who Fariq was trying to call 'as sources chose not to divulge details of the investigation.'
It added: 'The telco's (telecommunications company's) tower established the call that he was trying to make.
'On why the call was cut off, it was likely because the aircraft was fast moving away from the tower and had not come under the coverage of the next one,' the paper said, quoting 'sources'.
The paper added that it had also been established that Fariq's last communication was through the WhatsApp Messenger app and that it had been made at about 11.30pm on March 7, shortly before he boarded the aircraft for the six-hour flight to Beijing.

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The New Straits Times said it had been told checks on Fariq's phone history showed that the last person he spoke to was 'one of his regular contacts - 'a number that frequently appears on his outgoing phone logs'.
That last call, said the paper, was made no more than two hours before the flight took off 12.41am on March 8 from Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
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raphic showing Malaysia Airlines' route as it took off and its final contact with air traffic control. It is believed a call was made from Fariq's phone near the island of Penang. Today the U.S also denied reports the plane landed in Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean +11
raphic showing Malaysia Airlines' route as it took off and its final contact with air traffic control. It is believed a call was made from Fariq's phone near the island of Penang. Today the U.S also denied reports the plane landed in Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean
HMS Echo, which has arrived in the area of the southern Indian Ocean where 'pings' thought to be from the black box of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have been detected +11
HMS Echo, which has arrived in the area of the southern Indian Ocean where 'pings' thought to be from the black box of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have been detected
HMAS Toowoomba searching for debris of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 at sea in the Indian Ocean +11
HMAS Toowoomba searching for debris of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 at sea in the Indian Ocean
Separate sources told the paper that checks on Fariq's phone showed that connection to the phone when he made that last call before he boarded the plane had been 'detached'.
'This is usually the result of the phone being switched off.
'At one point, however, when the airplane was airborne, between waypoint Igari and the spot near Penang (just before the aircraft went missing from radar), the line was "reattached".'
Search area: This image released by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority shows the current planned search area along the old ones in the Indian Ocean, West of Australia, for the wreckage of flight MH370 +11
Search area: This image released by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority shows the current planned search area along the old ones in the Indian Ocean, West of Australia, for the wreckage of flight MH370
The paper said that a reattachment does not necessarily meant that a call was made. It could also be the result of the phone being switched on again.
The revelation came as the U.S. denied claims the missing flight had landed at its military base on the remote island of Diego Garcia.
There had been rumours that the jetliner could have headed for the small coral atoll in the Indian Ocean after it veered off course while travelling between Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Beijing, China on March 8.
However, a spokesman for the U.S. embassy in the Malaysian capital denied the allegation.
According to Malaysia's Star newspaper, the spokesman said: 'There was no indication that MH370 flew anywhere near the Maldives or Diego Garcia.
'MH370 did not land in Diego Garcia.'
Diego Garcia is about 3,500km from Malaysia.
Meanwhile experts said today that it was possible for a mobile phone to be connected to a telecommunications tower at an altitude of 7,000 feet - which is low for a large jet like the Boeing 777 unless it was flying at high speed to maintain height.
The New Straits Times said that Fariq's cousin, Nursyafiqah Kamarudin, 18, had said recently that the 28-year-old co-pilot was very close to his mother.
A Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) P3 Orion Rescue Flight 795 crew member is seen during a search for debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight +11
A Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) P3 Orion Rescue Flight 795 crew member is seen during a search for debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight
Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) Co Pilot squadron Leader Brett McKenzie (left) and Flight Engineer Trent Wyatt sit in the cockpit aboard a P3 Orion maratime search aircraft +11
Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) Co Pilot squadron Leader Brett McKenzie (left) and Flight Engineer Trent Wyatt sit in the cockpit aboard a P3 Orion maratime search aircraft
'If Fariq could make one call before the plane disappeared, it would have been to her,' said the cousin.
TIMELINE OF LOST FLIGHT MH370
March 8: Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 loses contact with air traffic controllers between ne and two hours after takeoff
March 9: Radar indicates flight may have turned back from its scheduled route to Beijing
March 11: Interpol names two Iranian men who got on jet with stolen passports
March 12: Search expands to area from China to India
March 15: Malaysian authorities say they believe 'deliberate action' caused the plane to veer off course and someone shut down its tracking systems.
March 20: Search teams spot possible wreckage in Southern Indian Ocean, 1,500 miles off western coast of Australia
March 24: Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says it is 'beyond any doubt' that the 239 passengers and crew perished in the Indian Ocean.
March 30: Daughter of pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah says her father recently acted strangely
April 7: Australian ship Ocean Shielf detects underwater signals consistent with black boxes
April 9: Ocean Shield detects two more signals
April 11: Australian authorities pinpoint location
Police chief Khalid Abu Bakar said earlier in the week that investigators had obtained 'some clues' as to what might have happened, based on the statements from 176 people who had been interviewed.
The crew, he said, were the main subjects of the investigation, a probe which has focused on four possible areas - hijack, sabotage, and personal and psychological problems among the crew or passengers.
The dramatic revelation that Fariq tried to make a phone call after regular communication from the aircraft to ground control was lost opens up a new field of speculation - and more questions about the mysterious disappearance of the jet.
If Fariq was able to make a call, why was there no attempt by the pilot, Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, to also make a mobile phone call?
Did Fariq know he was going to die and had, as his cousin had suggested, tried to phone his mother to say goodbye?
An email received by the Mail recently suggested that the aircraft had been hijacked and that the pilots had been ordered to fly around Malaysian and Indonesian air space while negotiations were carried out.
Those negotiations, said the email - from a source in Malaysia which could not be verified - demanded the dropping of a jail sentence imposed on Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim.
The hijackers, said the email, gave government negotiators five hours to meet their demands or the plane would be destroyed.
Last night Malaysia's Acting Transport Minister said he could not comment on the report in the New Straits Times adding that 'if it is true, we would have known about it much earlier.'
Mr Hishammuddin Hussein made his remarks to the Malaysian news agency, Bernama, pointing out that he had adopted the approach not to confirm anything without any corroboration or verification from the time when the aircraft was reported missing.
The Star newspaper, which is in opposition to the New Straits Times, interpreted Mr Hishammuddin's remarks as refuting the report about co-pilot Fariq attempting to make a mobile phone call.
Malaysian Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein (centre) speaks during a press conference on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in Kuala Lumpur +11
Malaysian Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein (centre) speaks during a press conference on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in Kuala Lumpur
The Minister, who is also Defence Minister, told the news agency that he hoped the public understood what he was going through because such 'baseless information' not only affected operations but also the families of the passengers and the crew of the aircraft.
Mr Hishamuddin made his comments after performing prayers at a mosque in Kluang, Malaysia, earlier in the day.
Yesterday, it looked like the black box may had been located deep in the Indian Ocean.
Perth radio station 6PR tweeted the discovery, citing aviation expert Geoffrey Thomas, who revealed the flight recorder had finally been found more than a month after the Boeing 777 went missing.
Buddhist monks write messages ahead of a mass prayer for the missing passengers of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, in Kuala Lumpur +11
Buddhist monks write messages ahead of a mass prayer for the missing passengers of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, in Kuala Lumpur
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who is in China, said searchers are 'very confident' the signals detected were from the black box were from MH370.
'I really don't want to give any more information than that at this stage...as a sign of respect to the Chinese people and their families.'
Speaking from Shanghai, China, Mr Abbott added that today's discovery was a huge step in solving the mystery - and even claimed that officials believe they can now pinpoint the position of the missing black box flight recorder to ‘within some kilometres’.
'This is probably the most difficult search in human history,' he said. '
Among tragedy, however, there is hope. We are confident we know the position of the black box to the nearest kilometre.
'But confidence in the position is not the same as recovering the wreckage from more than 4.5km beneath the sea and finally determining all that happened on that flight.'
The fact that Mr Abbott has reportedly used the word 'confident' suggests that searchers are finally convinced that weeks of scouring the Indian Ocean might now have resulted in the discovery of the missing Boeing 777.
Mr Abbott's announcement came after a fifth ping was detected around 1,500 miles north west of Perth, in western Australia.
The signal was captured on Thursday by a Royal Australian Air Force Orion P-3 aircraft, which had been dropping sonar buoys into the water at the time.
Yesterday's breakthrough came as black box manufacturer Dukane Seacom said batteries powering the beacon could last for 40 days rather than the 30 previously thought.
Searching for clues: A Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) AP-3C Orion conducts a low level fly-by before dropping supplies to Australian Navy ship HMAS Toowoomba +11
Searching for clues: A Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) AP-3C Orion conducts a low level fly-by before dropping supplies to Australian Navy ship HMAS Toowoomba
If it is discovered, the plane's black box, or flight data and cockpit voice recorders, may hold the answers to why the Boeing 777 lost communications and veered so far off course when it vanished while flying to Beijing.
Search crews are racing against time because the batteries powering the devices' locator beacons last only about a month - and more than a month has passed since the plane disappeared.
Finding the black boxes after the batteries fail will be extremely difficult because the water in the area is 4,500 meters (15,000 feet) deep.
The Australian ship Ocean Shield is towing a U.S. Navy device that detects black box signals, and two sounds it heard last Saturday were determined to be consistent with the signals emitted from aircraft flight recorders.
Two more sounds were detected in the same general area on Tuesday - just days before the fifth ping was detected on Thursday.
Leading Seaman Aircrewman (LSA) Daniel Colbert winching LSA Joel Young, into the water of the Indian Ocean +11
Leading Seaman Aircrewman (LSA) Daniel Colbert winching LSA Joel Young, into the water of the Indian Ocean
The underwater search zone is currently a 1,300-square-kilometre(500-square-mile) patch of the ocean floor, about the size of the city of Los Angeles.
Investigators believe the plane went down in the southern Indian Ocean based on a flight path calculated from its contacts with a satellite and analysis of its speed and fuel capacity.
Malaysia's government has now begun to investigate civil aviation and military authorities to determine why opportunities to identify and track Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 were missed in the chaotic hours after it vanished, two officials said.
In an interview with Reuters last weekend, Malaysia Airlines Chief Executive Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said internal enquiries were under way, although he declined to give details.
Malaysia's opposition coalition has demanded a parliamentary inquiry into what happened on the ground in those first few hours.
Government officials have said any formal inquiry should not begin until the flight's black box recorders are found.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 16, 2014 8:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Seems odd that the searchers waited till almost the battery life of black boxes had exhausted before putting the ping detectors underwater and even more strange that they immediately got some "pings" when they did.
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MH370 passenger's partner: Investigators are not exploring other options


http://outfront.blogs.cnn.com/2014/04/15/mh370-passengers-partner-inve stigators-are-not-exploring-other-options/

The reason why she is so skeptical is not only the changing official story every day, mobile phones ringing (apparently mobiles provide ringback tones even if they can't be found - although I have yet to find anything "technical" to confirm this view - it is easy to prove the reverse) and complete lack of physical evidence of a crash. They also seem to be searching the Indian Ocean on the least plausible data (Inmarsat calculations that have never been previously used or calibrated) rather than the best data: radar data, eye witnesses and the RR data.

Even the Maldives eye witnesses are more plausible than the Inmarsat data: http://www.haveeru.com.mv/news/54062 - as pointed out in one of the comments "If [MH370 flew] from the last know position IGARI towards the waypoint VAMPI, which primary radar data suggests and maintain the same magnetic heading / track from that point on - [it] will end up over that island!" [Kuda Huvadhoo]

Of course flying from east to west at night keeps the plane hidden by darkness in time zone transition. (Military planners take these sort of thing into consideration). (Edit: Hmm, apparently the time zone changes have NOT been taken into account in the calculations from Malaysia - so the plane seen in the Maldives may be different from MH370 or the plane has been diverted).

I feel the answer lies in the RR data and, guess what, it is being kept under wraps along with the radar tapes from the Malaysia Military and Diego Garcia where apparently usual flights were cancelled that weekend apparently because the main radar was switched off “for maintenance” in an echo of 9/11 that is not in the least bit funny.
eg http://www.historycommons.org/context.jsp?item=a630radaroffline#a630ra daroffline

If you have a B52 nuclear bomber base, you would never, ever switch off your radar without having a backup system.

The RR information was originally leaked by unnamed source.

Apparently the plane descended from a height of 45,000 feet (way above its usual operating altitude) to 5000 feet. The 5,000 feet report was confirmed by another unnamed source who said the co-pilot's cell phone connected to a cell tower while the plane was flying that low.

The investigators said the the ACARS system (the plane communication system) stopped sending data. NOT the RR engines. The RR Trent engines on MH370 have an independent communication system going directly to the RR Engine Monitoring System via satellite. The RR website gives detail (link and info below). RR monitors everyone of their engines, and have alarm systems in place if they start operating outside their parameters, such as height, or speed, or air pressure, turbine oil pressure, temperature etc.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/15/world/asia/malaysia-military-radar.h tml

The original time for the 40,000 feet descent was one minute! But that would mean the plane literally dropping out of the sky! But investigators have since said it would have taken longer to descend such a distance.

Another unconfirmed source - maybe the original source - also said that the plane engines were switched off in a controlled fashion. The plane did not crash! And of course, this is supported by fact that the Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) did not activate. (ELT is not even discussed in western MSM). Apparently the MH370 777 was delivered with at least three... http://eandt.theiet.org/magazine/2014/03/flight-mh370-emergency.cfm
http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id =264771:distrust-deepens-26-key-questions-mh370-families-want-from-lyi ng-again-msian-govt&Itemid=2#axzz2z9wchei1

So if we assume the plane landed in Indian Ocean we have a whole series of assumptions and coincidences: we assume a pilot or hijacker decided to do something crazy, that we assume they switched off the transponders and made it "invisible" even to military radar, that the plane flew for hours and ignore the data that it landed but rather that it crashed creating no debris and not setting off the ELT. Obviously the remote hijacking hypothesis does not suffer from any of these problems and is supported by ever-changing and incomplete response from the authorities, sighting off the Maldives in the right place if flying using waypoints from Malaysia, at exactly the predicted time and then, we assume, moving towards Diego Garcia where radar was coincidentally disabled and a 3G mast to allow the passenger mobiles to connect.

Regarding the EHM...

http://www.rolls-royce.com/about/technology/systems_tech/monitoring_sy stems.jsp

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Rolls Royce uses Engine Health Management (EHM) to track the health of thousands of engines operating worldwide, using onboard sensors and live satellite feeds.

A corporate EHM team covers Civil, Defence, Marine and Energy which enables the Group to develop technologies and best practice across all business sectors. In the Civil market for example, the Trent family of engines is supported by a comprehensive Rolls-Royce EHM capability operated in conjunction with Optimized Systems and Solutions (OSyS), a Rolls-Royce company, and accessible as appropriate by the airlines involved.

EHM is a pro-active technique for predicting when something might go wrong and averting a potential threat before it has a chance to develop into a real problem. It is especially useful in industries such as aerospace where the results of a technical failure could prove very costly. EHM covers the assessment of an engine’s state of health in real time or post-flight and how the data is used reflects the nature of the relevant service contracts. Essentially, EHM is about making more informed decisions regarding operating an engine fleet through acting on the best information available.

The evolution of EHM and the revolution in its use has significantly reduced costs by preventing or delaying maintenance, as well as flagging potentially costly technical problems. New assets will incorporate EHM capability, and techniques will, where possible, be retrofitted to existing equipment. Broader engineering disciplines can benefit from the growing reservoir of supporting data. As operational profiles of technical performance are revealed in ever more detail – from individual components to whole engines – so engineers can develop more thorough and cost-effective maintenance schedules, and designers can feed higher reliability features into the engine products of the future.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 19, 2014 9:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The underwater search will be finishing this week

Just one further bit on ELTs... from an article from March 12th - Indian Times talking to Indian Pilots that fly the same aircraft type 777-ER

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Fate-of-Malaysia-Airlines-fli ght-MH370-will-prove-us-right-or-wrong-Indian-pilots/articleshow/31871 665.cms

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Captain Jaideep Banerjee concurred. "I have a theory like all pilots do about what happened on Saturday night. We are waiting for the wreckage to surface because it will either prove us right or wrong. If it is right, it means we are on the job. If not, it is a signal that we need to pull up our socks or look at aspects of the flight system that were unknown to behave in that manner before," he said.

Banerjee is convinced the plane disintegrated mid-air at 30,000 ft following a structural failure, giving the pilots no time to send a distress alert. "Had the pilot had time, even if he was beyond radio coverage, all he needed to do was just change the transponder code to 7700. That is the standard alert code," he said.

If a plane disintegrates at that altitude, it will be blown to smithereens and debris will scatter over 80-sq km radius. Even when the Air France flight 447 disappeared in June 2009, it took four days to locate the debris. But what either Banerjee or Gupta cannot make sense is why the Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT), a device that is on board the aircraft and switches on automatically to transmit signals to dedicated search and rescue satellites on impact with land or contact with water, is not functioning.

"B-777 has not one but four independent ELTs of two types. It seems fantastic that they would all have become inoperative. Unless, the plane hasn't crashed at all. It is this aspect that is most perplexing," said Banerjee.

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But what if there were experts on board who switched off the aircraft transponder, made the plane invisible to radars and then landed it somewhere. That the cell phones of 18 passengers are ringing when dialed has fueled such a theory.

"It is possible to make a plane disappear from radar. But in this case it is improbable because you need a large airstrip to land the plane. And how could you keep a B777 hidden. If the phones are really ringing, then the crash site is on land and not underwater where cell signals don't reach," said Gupta.

...

Whatever be the ultimate answer to the case, when the crash report of the Malaysia Airline incident is finally out, the pilots believe it will lead to modification of aviation rules worldwide and have deep repercussion on flight safety norms and equipment. "None of us would want to be in the cockpit of that Malaysia Airlines cockpit. There were multiple systems that either failed or were sabotaged. The industry has to ensure that it does not recur," Banerjee added.


I've never heard of a system failure where a plane continues to fly to a series of different and unplanned waypoints... Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 19, 2014 11:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

'"It is possible to make a plane disappear from radar. But in this case it is improbable because you need a large airstrip to land the plane. And how could you keep a B777 hidden. If the phones are really ringing, then the crash site is on land and not underwater where cell signals don't reach," said Gupta.'

Poor Mr. Gupta seems to miss the obvious - what if the Yanks landed it by wire on a suitably large airstrip (like Diego Garcia), with suitably large hangars to hide it?
Fits the bill: cell phones could ring, and emergency crash signals would not operate. He also seems to have missed the report that the engines were 'shut down' in a normal fashion (not in a catastrophic crash or explosion).

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'"It is possible to make a plane disappear from radar. But in this case it is improbable because you need a large airstrip to land the plane. And how could you keep a B777 hidden. If the phones are really ringing, then the crash site is on land and not underwater where cell signals don't reach," said Gupta.'

Poor Mr. Gupta seems to miss the obvious - what if the Yanks landed it by wire on a suitably large airstrip (like Diego Garcia), with suitably large hangars to hide it?
Fits the bill: cell phones could ring, and emergency crash signals would not operate. He also seems to have missed the report that the engines were 'shut down' in a normal fashion (not in a catastrophic crash or explosion).


Yeah, but Mr Gupta was only interviewed a few days after MH370 went missing - he did indicate that sabotage was highly probable. Absolutely the only theory that fits the facts is a remote hijacking and landing on Diego Garcia. The fake photo from Peter Wood from Deigo Garcia was patsy disinfo for the authorities to knock down. (I reckon Wood or at least his body really did land at Diego Garcia.)
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The foxes are STILL in charge of the henhouse. The world cannot permit this obfuscation to continue. Every family member, every dedicated person working in a boat or airplane as part of the "search" effort, every person who believes our governments should work to protect us instead of abuse us, and every person who travels by airplane should join in our fight for the truth!!!


http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/bestoftv/2014/04/22/exp-erin-i ntv-bajc-malaysia-airlines-plane-bluefin-search.cnn.html

Meanwhile...

http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2014/04/mh370_in marsat_the_fuzzy_math_behind_the_search_for_the_missing_airliner.html

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There remains only one publically available piece of evidence linking the plane to the southern Indian Ocean: a report issued by the Malaysian government on March 25 that described a new analysis carried out by the U.K.-based satellite operator Inmarsat. The report said that Inmarsat had developed an “innovative technique” to establish that the plane had most likely taken a southerly heading after vanishing. Yet independent experts who have analyzed the report say that it is riddled with inconsistencies and that the data it presents to justify its conclusion appears to have been fudged.


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“There simply isn't enough information in the report to reconstruct the original data,” says Scott Morgan, the former commander of the US Air Force Rescue Coordination Center. “We don’t know what their assumptions are going into this.”

Another expert who tried to understand Inmarsat’s report was Mike Exner, CEO of the remote sensing company Radiometrics Inc. ... He found, however, that no matter how he tried, he could not get his values to match those implied by the possible routes shown on Page 3 of the annex. “They look like cartoons to me,” says Exner.... “Neither the northern or southern predicted routes make any sense.”
...
“It’s really impossible to reproduce what the Inmarsat folks claim,” says Hans Kruse, a professor of telecommunications systems at Ohio University.


Elsewhere on the net, a survey by Malaysia's leading independent polling firm released earlier this week found that only 26 percent of Malaysians believed the government was being transparent about MH370. Where's the radar data? You can't trust the Inmarsat calculations. There's skepticism by many who find it all to convenient that a ‘ping’ is located one day before the black-box ‘deadline’. The plane would have broken up on impact on water (unless the suicidal pilot changed his mind and attempt a risky safe landing in the open ocean - as-if!), a crash would allow the ELT to be deployed and report its location, there would be oil slicks and debris - lots of debris. Plus the RR engine management system would not have registered a safe shutdown of the engines. (I'm still looking for confirmation of that).

and

http://www.emirates247.com/news/missing-malaysia-airline-mh370-may-hav e-landed-not-crashed-diego-garcia-2014-04-23-1.546548

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'Missing Malaysia Airline MH370 may have landed, not crashed'; Diego Garcia?
New report claims investigators looking at all options now as search proves elusive
Published Wednesday, April 23, 2014

A report in the Financial Express, quoting The New Strait Times has quoted sources close to the probe that the investigation teams are considering revisiting the possibility that the plane did not crash into the ocean and had landed safely at an unknown location.

“The thought of it landing somewhere else is not impossible, as we have not found a single debris that could be linked to MH370. However, the possibility of a specific country hiding the plane when more than 20 nations are searching for it, seems absurd,” the sources told the NST.

This latest report will once again put the spotlight on the island of Deigo Garcia and the conspiracy theory that the small atoll is the most likely spot the plane could have landed.


The best targets and/or dates for the false flag event conspiracy theory using the 777 seems to be:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_Security_Summit#NSS_2014
March 24/25th 2014
- where Obama, Cameron and leaders of the western world were all together in the Hague. If they were wiped out, then presumably a bunch of generals would take over and launch an attack on (whoever).
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THE SECOND MYSTERY AROUND MALAYSIA AIRLINES FLIGHT MH370

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http://bellaciao.org/en/spip.php?article23110

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by: JOHN CHUCKMAN
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A second mystery around the disappearance of Flight MH370 has largely gone unnoticed: why hasn’t the United States been in the forefront of providing information about it? The implications of this question are massive.

America has a fleet of the most sophisticated spy satellites, called “keyhole” satellites, covering the earth’s surface daily with imaging systems comparable to those of the Hubble Space Telescope, but instead of data from any of these, we read of data from China and France. One can understand that the CIA does not want others to understand fully the capabilities of its satellites, but surely the lives of more than two hundred people are cause for some information, however indirectly supplied.

Then again, the American military has some of most sophisticated radars on earth, and there is, without a doubt, an installation of the highest capability at the secret base on Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean. How could there not be? But we have read of no data from them, only from others less capable of telling us what happened.
...

I have no idea what event (a rogue pilot, a hijacker?) led to Flight MH370 turning off its communications, changing course, and flying low, but I do know that the event could not have gone unnoticed by America’s military-intelligence eyes and ears, especially when its new course showed any possibility of Diego Garcia as a destination,...

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Tks SP - Good - even great - analysis here - full version

The second mystery around Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370
18.04.2014
http://english.pravda.ru/society/stories/18-04-2014/127402-malaysia_ai rlines_flight_mh_370-0/
By John Chuckman

A second mystery around the disappearance of Flight MH370 has largely gone unnoticed: why hasn't the United States been in the forefront of providing information about it? The implications of this question are massive.

America has a fleet of the most sophisticated spy satellites, called "keyhole" satellites, covering the earth's surface daily with imaging systems comparable to those of the Hubble Space Telescope, but instead of data from any of these, we read of data from China and France. One can understand that the CIA does not want others to understand fully the capabilities of its satellites, but surely the lives of more than two hundred people are cause for some information, however indirectly supplied.

Then again, the American military has some of most sophisticated radars on earth, and there is, without a doubt, an installation of the highest capability at the secret base on Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean. How could there not be? But we have read of no data from them, only from others less capable of telling us what happened.

Could it be that the United States shot down Flight MH370, either accidentally or deliberately, and now wants to keep it secret? The possibility of recovery of the full wreckage, even if its location were found, from 4 miles under the sea amongst underwater mountains is extremely remote at best, so the United States can remain confident that physical evidence will never emerge.

There would be nothing unprecedented in such an act: on at least 3 occasions, regrettably, America's military has shot down civilian airliners, only admitting eventually to the one they could not hide. They are also indirectly responsible for a fourth.

Iran Air Flight 655 was stupidly shot down in 1988 by the USS Vincennes in Iranian waters during the Iraq-Iran War, not only killing 290 people including 66 children, but there was a long period afterwards in which the U.S. admitted no wrong-doing, offered no apology, and no compensation to its victims (only 8 years later was a quiet settlement made).

It was a quite vicious set of circumstances and the injustice of it led unquestionably to the motive for bombing Pan Am Flight 103, killing 259 people and 11 on the ground, later the same year by people still unknown.

TWA Flight 800 over the East Coast of the United States was certainly the victim of a shipboard American anti-aircraft missile accidentally released. The evidence included radar tracks and eye witnesses. But the U.S., instead of admitting its horrible error and compensating victims, conducted a long and almost farcical investigation headed up by the same FBI that gave us the farcical investigation into the Kennedy assassination.

Last, the fourth hijacked plane on 9/11, United Flight 93, of "Let's roll" pop legend, which crashed over Pennsylvania was almost certainly shot down by an air-to-air missile from a fighter plane. A plane was seen by witnesses, the distribution of the wreckage tends to support a shoot-down, and just the sheer impossibility of America's hundreds of billions of dollars in air defences staying asleep at the switch for a fourth event the same day argue powerfully for an attack.

I have no idea what event (a rogue pilot, a hijacker?) led to Flight MH370 turning off its communications, changing course, and flying low, but I do know that the event could not have gone unnoticed by America's military-intelligence eyes and ears, especially when its new course showed any possibility of Diego Garcia as a destination, a place which is top secret and from which America forcibly removed the locals when it leased it from Britain.

It will likely remain one more "riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma," as Winston Churchill once described the Soviet Union, an expression now entirely suitable to a great many of the activities of the United States.

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Although the Malaysian-liveried 777 in Tel Aviv has been covered on here before, here is much more detailed information on the firm that owned it:

MH370: Evidence of False Flag:
http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/04/26/mh370-evidence-of-false-flag/

'..The actual sale and transfer of the plane to GAT appears to have occurred on October 21, 2013, as a new registration number in GA Telesis’ name was obtained at this time.[3] Although GAT’s primary business is the scrapping and subsequent parts sales of planes, the fact that they re-registered this plane suggests that they probably did not intend to scrap it. Although GAT usually issues press releases when they acquire jumbo jets and state their intentions for the planes, no GAT press release was issued for this plane. In addition, no other information was found discussing this significant jet sale or GAT’s intended use of the plane.

A scrapping of this plane would be questionable for a couple of reasons. Firstly, in August 2012, Malaysian Airlines stated it had no plans to retire or add any Boeing 777s to its fleet.[4] Secondly, Telesis was ostensibly planning on scrapping an expensive jet that still had another 10+ years of expected average life remaining.[5] Indeed, two other Boeing jets that Telesis announced it was dismantling in July 2013 were about 22 and 27 years old.[6] Moreover, holding an expensive jumbo jet in storage for about 6 months and not doing anything with it does not make any economic sense.

Around November 4, 2013, GAT’s Malaysian 777 was flown to Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, Israel, and reportedly has been there ever since.[7] On April 2, 2014, this author contacted Rebecca Longo, the Vice President of Aircraft Systems Group at GA Telesis, and asked her if GAT had a Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 sitting in Israel. Ms. Longo confirmed that the jet was in Israel and awaiting disassembly. When I asked Ms. Longo why the plane was in Israel and why they would scrap such a young plane, she suggested that I talk to the CEO of GAT, Abdol Moabery. This author tried to call Abdol Moabery several times during the week of April 21, 2014, but he never replied.
Abdol Moabery is the founder and CEO of GA Telesis. He started the company in early 2002 at the age of 34 after apparently just 7 questionable years in the aviation business.[10] I say “questionable” because all that is known about Moabery before he founded GAT is contained in a few sentences of a brief autobiography that can be found in several places on the internet.[11] There are many open questions about Moabery’s past and evidence suggests he may be associated with US Naval Intelligence and that GAT is an intelligence front company. Coincidently, Moabery and the Israeli Vice Chairman of a GAT subsidiary that can retrofit planes, Aviv Tzur, where aviation executives in the immediate area where 3 of the 4 alleged 9/11 hijacker cells were located.

According to Moabery’s internet biography, before starting GAT, he served in the U.S Navy and Navy Reserves, was Director of Marketing and Sales at C-S Aviation Services, and was then Executive Vice President of Aviation Systems International. Moabery does not provide the dates for his navy service and prior two jobs and provides very little additional information about them.

No information was found on Moabery’s naval career, including what units he served in and how long he served. However, background checks showed that Moabery lived in Jacksonville, FL, and Warrenton, VA. Jacksonville hosts a large and strategic US Naval Air Station and an intelligence unit called the US Navy Information Dominance Corps (NIDC). NIDC includes enlisted and civilian professionals who possess skills in information-intensive fields. It also receives extensive training in information, intelligence, counter-intelligence, networks, and space, and its mission is to deliver full-spectrum cyber information warfare and intelligence training to achieve decision superiority.[12]

Moabery’s potential involvement in NIDC (including as a reservist) or other military intelligence units would be somewhat hypothetical if not for the fact he also apparently lived in Warrenton, VA. Warrenton houses the Warrenton Training Center (WTC) which is a large classified government communication complex that has served many roles, most notably as a CIA signals intelligence facility, numbers station, and communications laboratory. WTC also has a communications and signals intelligence training school for various federal agencies including the CIA, NSA, Department of Defense and Department of State.[13] Since Moabery does not disclose anything about his navy career, a possible military intelligence background cannot be discounted...'

'..Last but not least, there appears to be a relatively significant disconnect between GAT’s alleged operations and what some public records show. GAT’s press releases over the last several years suggest that they have scrapped about two dozen planes.[22] However, Planespotters fleet history shows that GAT has only scrapped one plane and has sold the overwhelming majority of planes that it has acquired.[23] This discrepancy could indicate a front company whose operations are not what they state. Coincidently, GAT usually provides a quarterly summary of its acquisitions and operations within two to three months after each quarter but a summary for the fourth quarter of 2013 has not been provided nearly 4 months later...'

There is a lot more interesting stuff in the article.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 30, 2014 7:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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MH370: Evidence of False Flag:
http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/04/26/mh370-evidence-of-false-flag/

There is a lot more interesting stuff in the article.


Indeed! That's a great article - the whole page is a worthwhile read.

This is old news (since there is precious little new news...)

http://m.thehindubusinessline.com/news/international/mh370-un-nuclear- watchdog-says-no-explosion-or-crash-detected/article5799419.ece/

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MH370: UN nuclear watchdog says no explosion or crash detected
Mar 18, 2014

A UN-backed nuclear watchdog has said that it did not detect either any explosion or crash that could be linked to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, amid continued speculation over fate of the aircraft.

“Regarding the missing Malaysian Airlines flight... the Vienna-based Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) confirmed that neither an explosion nor a plane crash on land or on water had been detected so far,” Spokesman for UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Stephane Dujarric told reporters here yesterday.

Dujarric said plane accidents may be detected, depending on individual circumstances, by three of the four technologies used by the CTBTO’s International Monitoring System (IMS).

While the verification system has been put in place to detect nuclear explosions, it is also able to detect the explosion of a larger aircraft, as well as its impact on the ground or on water.

CTBTO Executive Secretary Lassina Zerbo had last week said that he would put the sensors of the organization at work to see if a possible explosion at high altitude of the missing Malaysian Airlines plane could be detected.

Zerbo has also encouraged all scientists from UN member states to carefully study the available data. He had said the CTBTO uses “infrasound” — or infrasonic sensors — to monitor the earth mainly for atmospheric nuclear explosions.

Dujarric said the CTBTO has a network, as part of their Test-Ban-Treaty, of extremely sensitive sensors throughout the world that detect nuclear explosions and earthquakes.

The flight MH370 carrying 239 people has been missing since March 8 and a multi-national search has so far shed little light on where the plane could have landed or crashed.

Zerbo had asked the head of the CTBTO’s International Data Center (IDC) to look at the data to find any clues about the missing plane.

Zerbo said infrasound would be the best technology to check for an explosion on the missing plane if there was a monitoring station nearby, “or the explosion is at a level or at an amplitude that it could be detected.”

“There’s a possibility, it’s not absolute, that the technology like the Infrazone could be able to detect” an explosion, he had said.


I suspect because of hoax photo sent from Diego Garcia and all the shills saying MH370 is not in Diego Garcia, then I bet it was probably there, at least for a short while, before it was shuffled off to Africa. In any case, the US Keyhole satellites probably tracked it continuously.
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PostPosted: Sat May 03, 2014 12:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Flight 370 audio was tampered with:
http://www.brasschecktv.com/videos/flight-370/flight-370-audio-was-tam pered-with.html

Malaysia Flight 370 Air Traffic Communication is Edited Latest News:
http://www.audioforensicexpert.com/malaysia-flight-370-air-traffic-com munication-is-edited-latest-news/

“We authenticate and enhance audio and video evidence to determine what is fake and what is real”:
http://www.audioforensicexpert.com/


I wonder what the Chinese will make of this?

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PostPosted: Sat May 03, 2014 1:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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From facebook...

Sarah Bajc is demanding data.

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INTERVIEW | 4/22/14 | Sarah Bajc on Erin Burnett OutFront on CNN
The foxes are STILL in charge of the henhouse. The world cannot permit this obfuscation to continue. Every family member, every dedicated person working in a boat or airplane as part of the "search" effort, every person who believes our governments should work to protect us instead of abuse us, and every person who travels by airplane should join in our fight for the truth!!!


http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/bestoftv/2014/04/22/exp-erin-i ntv-bajc-malaysia-airlines-plane-bluefin-search.cnn.html

Meanwhile...

http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2014/04/mh370_in marsat_the_fuzzy_math_behind_the_search_for_the_missing_airliner.html

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There remains only one publically available piece of evidence linking the plane to the southern Indian Ocean: a report issued by the Malaysian government on March 25 that described a new analysis carried out by the U.K.-based satellite operator Inmarsat. The report said that Inmarsat had developed an “innovative technique” to establish that the plane had most likely taken a southerly heading after vanishing. Yet independent experts who have analyzed the report say that it is riddled with inconsistencies and that the data it presents to justify its conclusion appears to have been fudged.


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“There simply isn't enough information in the report to reconstruct the original data,” says Scott Morgan, the former commander of the US Air Force Rescue Coordination Center. “We don’t know what their assumptions are going into this.”

Another expert who tried to understand Inmarsat’s report was Mike Exner, CEO of the remote sensing company Radiometrics Inc. ... He found, however, that no matter how he tried, he could not get his values to match those implied by the possible routes shown on Page 3 of the annex. “They look like cartoons to me,” says Exner.... “Neither the northern or southern predicted routes make any sense.”
...
“It’s really impossible to reproduce what the Inmarsat folks claim,” says Hans Kruse, a professor of telecommunications systems at Ohio University.


Elsewhere on the net, a survey by Malaysia's leading independent polling firm released earlier this week found that only 26 percent of Malaysians believed the government was being transparent about MH370. Where's the radar data? You can't trust the Inmarsat calculations. There's skepticism by many who find it all to convenient that a ‘ping’ is located one day before the black-box ‘deadline’. The plane would have broken up on impact on water (unless the suicidal pilot changed his mind and attempt a risky safe landing in the open ocean - as-if!), a crash would allow the ELT to be deployed and report its location, there would be oil slicks and debris - lots of debris. Plus the RR engine management system would not have registered a safe shutdown of the engines. (I'm still looking for confirmation of that).

and

http://www.emirates247.com/news/missing-malaysia-airline-mh370-may-hav e-landed-not-crashed-diego-garcia-2014-04-23-1.546548

Quote:
'Missing Malaysia Airline MH370 may have landed, not crashed'; Diego Garcia?
New report claims investigators looking at all options now as search proves elusive
Published Wednesday, April 23, 2014

A report in the Financial Express, quoting The New Strait Times has quoted sources close to the probe that the investigation teams are considering revisiting the possibility that the plane did not crash into the ocean and had landed safely at an unknown location.

“The thought of it landing somewhere else is not impossible, as we have not found a single debris that could be linked to MH370. However, the possibility of a specific country hiding the plane when more than 20 nations are searching for it, seems absurd,” the sources told the NST.

This latest report will once again put the spotlight on the island of Deigo Garcia and the conspiracy theory that the small atoll is the most likely spot the plane could have landed.


The best targets and/or dates for the false flag event conspiracy theory using the 777 seems to be:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_Security_Summit#NSS_2014
March 24/25th 2014
- where Obama, Cameron and leaders of the western world were all together in the Hague. If they were wiped out, then presumably a bunch of generals would take over and launch an attack on (whoever).
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Oh,oh!- "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark" or seems so:

'LOOK! Sarah Bajc Was Director for Tescom in Tel Aviv Israel, Business Director of Microsoft China!':
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMx27UUcRco

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PostPosted: Sat May 03, 2014 4:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Flight 370 audio was tampered with:
http://www.brasschecktv.com/videos/flight-370/flight-370-audio-was-tam pered-with.html

Malaysia Flight 370 Air Traffic Communication is Edited Latest News:
http://www.audioforensicexpert.com/malaysia-flight-370-air-traffic-com munication-is-edited-latest-news/

“We authenticate and enhance audio and video evidence to determine what is fake and what is real”:
http://www.audioforensicexpert.com/


I wonder what the Chinese will make of this?


This is a big deal... now being reported by MSM

http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/missing-jet/missing-jet-recordings-ma y-have-been-edited-experts-n94941

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Missing Jet Recordings May Have Been 'Edited': Experts


Despite the headline, there's precious little doubt that the audio HAS been edited.

Quote:

Analysts who listened to the recordings for NBC News did not know why they were edited, but discovered at least four clear breaks in the audio that indicated edits.

"It's very strange," said audio-video forensic expert and registered investigator Ed Primeau of Primeau Forensics, who has analyzed hundreds of audio recordings. He said the beginning and end of the recording are high-quality with a low noise floor, meaning ambient background noise is almost silent, unlike the middle.

"At approximately 1:14 (a minute, 14 seconds into the audio, which can be heard here), the tone of the recording change to where to me, it sounds like someone is holding a digital recorder up to a speaker, so it's a microphone-to-speaker transfer of that information. That's a pretty big deal because it raises the first red flag about there possibly being some editing," he said.

The next part that raises questions is two minutes, six seconds in, through two minutes, nine seconds in, he said.

"I can hear noise in the room, along with the increase in the noise floor. I can hear a file door being closed, I can hear some papers being shuffled. so I'm further convinced that, beginning at 1:14 continuing through 2:06 to 2:15, it's a digital recorder being held up to a speaker."

Long gaps in the communication throughout the recording also imply some editing, he said.

"But yet, at 6:17, there's a huge edit because the conversation is cut off. It's interrupted. And the tone changes again," he said. "The noise floor, when you're authenticating a recording from a forensic perspective, is a very important part of the process. All of a sudden, we go back to the same quality and extremely low noise floor that we had at the beginning of the recording."

Kent Gibson, a forensic audio examiner with Forensic Audio in Los Angeles, added that there appear to be additional edits at 2:11 and 5:08, and agreed it sounded as though the middle section was recorded with a microphone near a speaker.

"You can hear, at 4:07, pages turning or a person breathing, which is unusual," he said.

While it's not uncommon for the background of a recording to change when a cockpit communication turns over from ground control to air controllers — which happened about four minutes into this recording — that doesn't explain the noises that are heard.

"It's not unusual that there would be clicks when they push the button on the microphone, but it's very unusual to have a disturbance. Normally you wouldn't have any background," Gibson said.

A cut-off word also isn't out of the realm of possibility, he said.

"It wouldn't be unthinkable to have a truncated word because if somebody let go of the trigger on the microphone, it might cut off their word," he said. "But it would be very unusual to find a background differential at the same time, suggesting that Malaysian authorities or whoever presented this made edits for whatever reason."

Gibson said it’s possible the tapes could have been edited by Malaysian authorities "if the pilot dropped a hint that they didn't want to get out, if he said something that doesn't fit with the Malaysian government's party line."

But, he said, "It's more likely to be an inadvertent thing. But it's not the way to handle evidence."

The recording also could have come from different sources, he added.

"You can assume that the recording while they're still on the ground came from the tower and then you could assume that the communication with air controllers was while they're in the air," he said. "They may have just mishandled the cobbling of it together."

This doesn't necessarily prove anything about the investigation, he added.

"Unfortunately, there are no smoking guns, except there are edits. And there are clear edits," he said.

Tom Owen, a consultant for Owen Forensic Services audio analysis and chairman emeritus of the American Board of Recorded Evidence, said edits were to be expected.

"There's things that have to do with timelines and radar that they have available, but they don't make them available," he said. "They wouldn't give you anything that would be enlightening for the public to any secretive information. I don't see that as a problematic issue."

Primeau disagreed.

"This is not a good maneuver or a good faith move by the Malaysian government because of all these questions with regard to the different anomalies and edits that are in this recording," he said.


Audio experts felt the quality of the transmissions was too low to offer analysis of the pilots' voices.

Forensic audio expert Paul Ginsberg said even after enhancing and slowing down the conversations, there wasn't good enough, or long enough, sound samples to make a determination on the pilots' stress level.

"It's analogous to blowing up a photograph. It's the same amount of information," he said. "I don't know that any such determination would be admissible."
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DISINFO ALERT Rolling Eyes

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/missing-malaysia-airlines -flight-mh370-11-terrorists-with-links-to-alqaida-arrested-on-suspicio n-of-involvement-in-jets-disappearance-9321590.html


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Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: 11 terrorists with links to al-Qa'ida arrested on suspicion of involvement in jet's disappearance

The mystery surrounding the fate of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 deepened after officials arrested a group of 11 terrorists [ed: how do they know?] with links to al-Qa’ida on suspicion of involvement in the jet’s disappearance. [Ed: the link to AQ is required in order to allow USA to use its dispensation from all know laws - see http://www.radiolab.org/story/60-words/ ]

The suspects, aged between 22 and 55, were arrested in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur and the state of Kedah last week, the Daily Mail reported.

Investigators, including the FBI and MI6, are said to have called for the militants to be questioned. They are alleged to be members of a new terror group [ed: New terror group? What terror have they done?] and include students, odd-job workers, a young widow and business professionals.

An officer with the Counter Terrorism Division of Malaysian Special Branch told the newspaper that the arrests had heightened suspicion that the flight’s disappearance may have been an act of terrorism. [Ed Make up your mind! You were searching a random part of Indian Ocean last week!]

"The possibility that the plane was diverted by militants is still high on the list and international investigators have asked for a comprehensive report on this new terror group," the officer said.

He added that some of the suspects had admitted planning "sustained terror campaigns" in Malaysia but had denied any involvement in the disappearance of the Boeing 777.

Flight MH370 went missing on a scheduled flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing almost two months ago, with 227 passengers and 12 crew members on board. There has been no sign of any flight debris and no crash site has been found.

On Thursday Malaysia released a preliminary report on the final moments of MH370, detailing the route the plane probably took as it veered off course and the confusion that followed.

According to the five-page report by the Ministry of Transport, Malaysia did not launch an official search and rescue operation until four hours after the jet disappeared on 8 March, instead wasting precious time attempting to track it in the wrong country.

Angus Houston, the Australian official leading the search, said the authorities remain “totally committed to finding MH370”, but that it could take another eight to 12 months to recover any wreckage.

Senior officials from Malaysia, Australia and China are due to meet in Canberra next week to decide on the next steps in the search for the missing plane.
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Info on the MH370 cargo...

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What is the undisclosed 2 tonnes of cargo? And since absolutely everything about this disappearance stinks to high heaven, including a potentially non-benign cover up, one wonders: what else on the cargo manifest was left undisclosed? We are confident the more conspiratorially-minded, or anyone else for that matter, will have a field day with the opportunities this latest revelations presents.


http://osnetdaily.com/2014/05/the-latest-flight-370-shocker-a-two-ton- cargo-mystery/

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http://www.smh.com.au/world/mh370-search-malaysia-airlines-staff-detai ned-by-hundreds-of-angry-relatives-of-passengers-20140426-zqzsp.html

One wonders why did the US spent billions developing stealth bomber if all they had to do was switch off the transponder? Rolling Eyes
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I have deleted this post, as it relates to my previous deleted post.
It appears highly likely that 'Sorcha Faal' is CIA 'disinfo'.

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You know those pings the experts were very confident about...

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/apr/11/mh370-australia-very-conf ident-pings-are-from-black-box-says-prime-minister

The pings were clearly the wrong frequency, guys. Not one marine biologists believes the pings came from MH370 according to this report.


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Ditto with the Inmarsat calculations...

http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2014/05/why-the-official -explanation-of-mh370s-demise-doesnt-hold-up/361826/

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Even before the black-box search turned up empty, observers had begun to raise doubts about whether searchers were looking in the right place. Authorities have treated the conclusion that the plane crashed in the ocean west of Australia as definitive, owing to a much-vaunted mathematical analysis of satellite signals sent by the plane. But scientists and engineers outside of the investigation have been working to verify that analysis, and many say that it just doesn’t hold up.

Malaysia Airlines flights are equipped with in-flight communications services provided by the British company Inmarsat. From early on, the lynchpin of the investigation has been signals sent by Flight 370 to one of Inmarsat’s satellites. It’s difficult to overstate the importance of this lonely little batch of “pings.” They’re the sole evidence of what happened to the plane after it slipped out of radar contact.


Even that last statement is wrong. It is not just the Inmarsat pings. Rolls Royce continued to received aeroengine monitoring data.
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So sad to see MH370 off the front page of 911forum.org.uk Really MH370 is the biggest TPTB Fail since 9/11 - it is so transparently a government cover-up.

Here's some further stuff...

http://beforeitsnews.com/international/2014/04/new-ghost-mh370-links-t o-diego-garcia-2480676.html

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Diego Garcia: Footprint of Freedom or Footprint to Disappearances?

While the U.S. has vehemently refuted new claims that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 landed on Diego Garcia island south of the Maldives in the Central Indian Ocean, new information along with charity organization Reprieve’s previous research shows a sordid history of secret, unrecorded flights to the island, lies about them, torture there, and the British Government’s direct involvement there with the United States, its CIA and military.

“More than one independent source has suggested logs of flights through Diego Garcia have been destroyed. However, an examination of records available for four other rendition flights conducted by the same plane (N379P) reveals it routinely operated under various ‘special status designators’ allowing them to fly wherever they liked, whenever they liked, indicating knowledge – and authorisation – at the highest echelons of both US and British governments.” - Reprieve (emphasis added)

After Flight MH370′s disappearance on March 8, military failures to follow standard operating procedures, increased difficulties in searching for the jetliner, new reports say. [MH370 Military Officials Gagged, Fear Job Loss] Those claimed military “failures” resulted in the “missing” jet event, spurring theories of what happened. A primary theory involves Diego Garcia. A spokesman for the U.S. embassy based in Malaysia, however, has denied such claims this week, The Mirror reported.

“There was no indication that MH370 flew anywhere near Maldives or Diego Garcia,” the spokesman told Reuters.

Of course, that’s not what some 20 Maldives islanders nor some radar analysts say. But then, Diego Garcia spokesmen have a bad habit of lying, according to old and new evidence that surfaced this week.


The “spokesman,” another in a long line of unnamed MH370 sources, said the missing jetliner “did not land in Diego Garcia.” U.S authorities are working with Malaysia and Australia and other countries striving hard to locate Malaysian Flight MH370 based on areas identified by Malaysian and other international aviation officials, the mystery spokesman claimed.

Diego Garcia’s tragic history is based on blatant lies, cruelty and cover ups, as further exposed since MH370 supposedly “disappeared.”

Friday, more of Diego Garcia’s sordid past and cover-up were exposed, thanks to a UK charity Reprieve and a US Senate report that surfaced. The report indicates the British government has been “far more than complicit” in military abuses at the Diego Garcia black site, where detained suspects rendered (kidnapped) have been taken for “interrogation” (torture). [MH370: Brits’ Hand In Diego Garcia CIA Black Ops ‘Far Beyond Complicity’]


And death threats, intimidation and break-ins around Sara Bajc, missing IBM exec Philip Wood's girlfriend.

http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/670348-philip-wood-diego-garcia-girlfr iend-of-says-she-got-death-threat-after-malaysia-airlines-plane-disapp eared/

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The girlfriend of Philip Wood, a passenger who went missing along with 238 other people on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, reportedly got a death threat.

According to NBC News, Sarah Bajc said she’s been the victim of two break-ins, subjected to death threats, and received numerous menacing phone calls.

Bajc told the broadcaster she got a instant message that reads, “I’m going to come and kill you next.” The message came in about two weeks after Wood went missing along with the rest of the passengers on board the airplane.

She also got pornographic images and creepy phone calls from the number, which is based in China. Bajc said she was planning to move from Beijing to Kuala Lumpur with Wood, an IBM employee.

“It was just another straw on the camel’s back, very upsetting,” Bajc told NBC this week.

The messages started shortly after her apartment was broken into.

“Whoever came wasn’t very careful because I’m a real neat freak, so it was immediately apparent to me that some things had been moved,” she told NBC. “My housekeeper was out of town so it couldn’t have been her and I got home before my son got back. The password on my safe had been reset which happens when you try the wrong code three times.”

Bajc continued: “The second time was a couple weeks later and my neighbor saw two people leaving my apartment. I have no illusions of privacy here [in Beijing].”
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MH370: ‘Planes don’t just disappear’
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CANDACE SUTTON | Thursday, May 22, 2014, 8:12 Beijing
http://www.4thmedia.org/2014/05/mh370-planes-dont-just-disappear/

‘Planes don’t just disappear’: Former Malaysian Prime Minister accuses CIA of covering up what really happened to flight MH370

Missing Flight MH370 did not crash and its current whereabouts may be know to the Central Intelligence Agency and the Boeing aircraft company, Malaysia’s influential former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad has claimed.

Dr Mahathir said the plane could have been switched onto autopilot remotely by the CIA if it had been hijacked.

‘Remotely by radio or satellite links by government agencies like the Central Intelligence Agency, if terrorists attempt to gain control of the flight deck,’ he wrote in an entry entitled ‘What goes up must come down’ on his blog, chedet.

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Someone's hiding something: Ex Malaysian PM Dr Mahathir (above, left) said the missing plane may have had its MAS airline markings removed and the Australian co-ordinated search out of Perth for debris was 'a waste of time and money'
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Someone’s hiding something: Ex Malaysian PM Dr Mahathir (above, left) said the missing plane may have had its MAS airline markings removed and the Australian co-ordinated search out of Perth for debris was ‘a waste of time and money’

Did not crash: Dr Mahathir says missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 (file photo) could not have crashed because modern communications systems meant that it could not simply disappear off the radar
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Did not crash: Dr Mahathir says missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 (file photo) could not have crashed because modern communications systems meant that it could not simply disappear off the radar

‘Airplanes don’t just disappear,’ he said. ‘Certainly not these days with all the powerful communication systems, radio and satellite tracking and filmless cameras which operate almost indefinitely and possess huge storage capacities.’

‘The plane is somewhere, maybe without MAS [Malaysia Airlines] markings,’ he said, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.

‘It is a waste of time and money to look for debris or oil slick or to listen for pings from the black box.

“For some reason, the media will not print anything that involves Boeing or the CIA,’ he said.

Dr Mahathir, 88, who was Malaysia’s prime minister between 1981 and 2003, said the missing flight’s communication system ‘must have been disabled’.

Waste of time and money: the former Malaysian PM Dr Mahathir says the air-sea sorties over the Indian Ocean by aircraft such as the Royal New Zealand Air Force P-3 Orion (above) to try and locate the remains of Flight MH370 are futile
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Waste of time and money: the former Malaysian PM Dr Mahathir says the air-sea sorties over the Indian Ocean by aircraft such as the Royal New Zealand Air Force P-3 Orion (above) to try and locate the remains of Flight MH370 are futile

Malaysia reviews all data in effort to pinpoint missing MH370



‘Or else the flight of MH370 would have been tracked by satellites which normally provide data on all commercial flights, inclusive of data on location, kind of aircraft, flight number, departure airport and destination.

‘But the data seems unavailable. The plane just disappeared seemingly from all screens.

‘MH370 is a Boeing 777 aircraft. It was built and equipped by Boeing.

‘All the communications and GPS equipment must have been installed by Boeing. If they failed or have been disabled Boeing must know how it can be done.

‘Surely Boeing would ensure that they cannot be easily disabled as they are vital to the safety and operation of the plane.’

Dr Mahathir’s blog posts come after the current Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak described the location by satellite of purported MH370 debris in the Indian Ocean as ‘bizarre’ and ‘hard to believe’.

Mr Najib told CNN he did not believe it when he first heard about the critical satellite data on which the current search in the Indian Ocean is based on.

‘To be honest, I found it hard to believe,’ said the Prime Minister.

‘It’s a bizarre scenario which none of us could have contemplated so that’s why when I met the team…of foremost experts in aviation industry I asked them again and again “are you sure?”‘

‘And their answer to me was we are as sure as we can possibly be.’

Malaysian, Australian and Chinese authorities met last weekend to discuss the latest stages of the MH370 by ships staged in the Southern Ocean.

Chinese navy survey ship Zhu Kezhen will start mapping the seabed off the west Australian coast this week as part of the latest phase in the search, Australia’s Joint Agency Coordination Center said.

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Lies, lies, lies, lies... and more lies.
And US Navy internal squabbling between the liars and the honest professional forces sailors.
No wonder the families are angry.

US navy official: underwater pings not from MH370 black boxes
Signals came from manmade source unrelated to missing jetliner, expert says
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WantChinaTimes, Taiwan reported:

"The United States has taken advantage of the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight to test the capabilities of China’s satellites and judge the threat of Chinese missiles against its aircraft carriers, reports our sister paper Want Daily.
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"Erich Shih, chief reporter at Chinese-language military news monthly Defense International, said the US has more and better satellites but has not taken part in the search for flight MH370, which disappeared about an hour into its flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in the early hours of March 8 with 239 people on board. Shih claimed that the US held back because it wanted to see what information China’s satellites would provide."% v" k9 C ^7 l: G
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The above is the reality which we have to confront. Therefore, desist any attempt to label the above mainstream media articles as a “conspiracy theory”. Reuters has let the Genie out of the bottle!( ~: D7 e! D* W! t' O* ?
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Malaysia’s Minister of Transport Datuk Seri Hishammuddin gave hints of Malaysia’s difficulties (as his hands were tied by intelligence protocols and or refusal by the relevant foreign intelligence services and diplomatic reluctance) but our local media failed to appreciate the nuances of his statements by not directing their questions at those parties that have failed Malaysia as their neighbour and in their duties under various defence treaties and arrangements.; X4 P$ [/ {& o3 r7 b9 h- e

Malaysian media, please read at the minimum three times, the sentences in bold AND WAKE UP TO THE REALITY that our country has been badly treated even though our country put all its national security cards on the table so that countries whose nationals are passengers on flight MH 370 could come forward with sincerity to assist in resolving this unfortunate tragedy which is not Malaysia’s making.! u# _% ]# ]/ ~4 o. k

Malaysia is but a victim of this tragedy whose plane, MH 370 was used for a hidden agenda for which only time will reveal.
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At the outset of the SAR Mission, all concerned stated categorically that every scenario, no matter how unlikely would be examined critically with no stones left unturned – terrorist hijacking, suicide mission, technical failures, inadequate security, criminal actions of the pilot and or co-pilot etc.& i% Q# S$ ]! q2 B7 B, [2 l' Y

Given the above premise, families of the passengers and the crew of MH 370 have every right to ask the following questions of the US and other countries that have sophisticated technologies to track and monitor airplanes and ships in all circumstances.

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Relatives of those missing on board flight MH370 are hoping to raise $5m (£3m) to reward any "whistleblower" who can offer information which leads to the discovery of the lost plane.

Many of the families believe there has been a cover up and they are hoping the money will tempt someone to come forward, for example an insider from the world of commercial aviation or the military.

The money will be collected from donations through the fundraising website Indiegogo.

Part of it will also go to funding private investigators to follow up on any leads.

The Malaysia Airlines jet lost contact on March 8 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people aboard - about two-thirds of them Chinese.

The Boeing 777 is believed to have crashed in the southern Indian Ocean, but an extensive search has turned up no sign of wreckage so far, leaving families increasingly frustrated.

Sarah Bajc's partner, American Philip Wood, was on the plane.

She told Sky News: "I am certain there's been a cover-up.

"I'm not sure who is doing it or why they're doing it, whether it was an intentional act that's being obscured or whether there was a genuine bad thing that happened and people are trying not to let that come to life.

"But we do honestly believe that somewhere there is a person who knows something that will allow us to find the plane and find our loved ones."

Ethan Hunt, leader of the project, said: "This mystery is unprecedented in the history of aviation, and we need to work as a collective community with one goal of finding the truth, the plane and the passengers.

"Utilising the immense potential of the crowd we believe we can achieve our primary goal of recovering the flight where others methods have failed in the past.

"We are convinced that somewhere, someone knows something, and we hope this reward will entice him or her to come forward."

The search for the aircraft remains focused on the Indian Ocean but is to be expanded after "pings", or signals, thought to be from the plane's black box flight recorders did not lead to any wreckage being found.

The new search zone of up to 60,000 square kilometres (24,000 square miles) is in the "southern corridor" and is based on where the aircraft last communicated with an Inmarsat satellite.

Commercial contractors and deep sea search experts are now in negotiations with the Australian search co-ordinators and should begin work on the latest phase in August.

Meanwhile, a thorough review of all the data and evidence gathered so far is being carried out, the results of which should be released in coming weeks.
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Flight MH370: Missing aircraft was carrying mystery cargo
22 May 2014
by William Dennis
http://eandt.theiet.org/news/2014/may/mh370-cargo.cfm

As the search for the missing MH370 Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200ER enters its third month, questions have surfaced over what ‘consolidated cargo’ the aircraft carried. The matter of a consignment of lithium-ion batteries that was raised earlier in the investigation is the focus of controversy again.

Penang-based NNR Global Logistics (Malaysia), the company that handled the shipment, told E&T in a telephone interview that the batteries comprised only a small portion of the consolidated cargo, which weighed 2,453kg.

A senior official of the company who spoke on condition of anonymity said the weight of the batteries was less than 200kg. However, he declined to elaborate on what the remaining 2,253kg of cargo was composed of, saying that he was not authorised to do so because of the ongoing investigations into the missing aircraft. The company has been told by its solicitors not to disclose details of the cargo.

What is even more surprising is that the company that produced the batteries is also not named. Neither NNR nor Malaysia Airlines (MAS) were willing to identify the manufacturer, saying that it was highly confidential. At a media conference on 24 March in Sepang, MAS CEO Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said MH370 was carrying 200kg of batteries.

In a statement issued to E&T on 2 May, the airline said two tonnes, equivalent to 2,453kg, of cargo was declared as consolidated under one master airway bill with lithium-ion batteries weighing 221kg and the remaining weight declared as radio accessories and charges. The latter was not documented in the cargo manifest, neither was it stated at any time by the carrier after the aircraft vanished on 8 March on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

According to the cargo manifest released by MAS, NNR shipped 133 pieces of one item weighing 1.99 tonnes and 67 pieces of another item weighing 463kg for a total weight of 2,453kg. The number of batteries and their weight were not stated.

There were also strict instructions on the manifest that the batteries should be handled with care and that there was a flammability hazard. The issue of flammability for the plane’s loss, however, was earlier dismissed by the Department of Civil Aviation, MAS and the Ministry of Transport.
The recipient of the batteries as stated in the manifest was NNR Global Logistics (Beijing) Co Ltd. The package was to be collected by JHJ International Transportation (Beijing) Co Ltd.
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Information about flight MH370 is being hidden and the Australian-led search for the plane off Western Australia is a waste of time and money.


via Peter Myers (peter@mailstar.net)
21/05/14

(1) CIA withholding information on flight MH370, says former Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad
(2) Reporters accept without question, US assurance that MH370 did not land at Diego Garcia
(3) Why was MH370 not Detected by Diego Garcia US Naval and Intelligence Base?
(4) MH370: the missing Intelligence Data from US ships & bases near Strait of Malacca & South China Sea
(5) MH370 twin jet in Tel Aviv; Israeli military & intelligence presence on Diego Garcia - Yoichi Shimatsu
(6) Malaysia Airlines MH370 'ping' recordings will not be released as doubts grow over their validity
(7) First book on MH370 mystery blames US war games
(8) NSA refuses FOIA request on MH370, saying it's "Classified"
(9) MH370 Revisited Part 1: Malaysians Defy Zionist Disinformation - Yoichi Shimatsu
(10) MH370 Revisited Part 2: Protecting US Defense Technology
(11) MH370 Co-Pilot Dialed Out; Philip Wood call from Diego Garcia genuine - Jim Stone
(12) GeoResonance, a Geophysics company, says MH370 wreckage in Bay of Bengal
(13) Search team dismisses Bay of Bengal claim without any investigation of it


(1) CIA withholding information on flight MH370, says former Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad

Sydney Morning Herald

May 19, 2014

http://www.smh.com.au/world/cia-withholding-information-on-flight-mh37 0-says-former-malaysian-pm-mahathir-mohamad-20140519-zrh0a.html

One of the most influential figures in Malaysia's ruling party claims information about flight MH370 is being hidden and the Australian-led search for the plane off Western Australia is a waste of time and money.

Former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad said the plane's disappearance on March 8 was "most likely not an ordinary crash after fuel was exhausted".

"The plane is somewhere, maybe without MAS [Malaysia Airlines] markings," he said. "It is a waste of time and money to look for debris or oil slick or to listen for pings from the black box."

Dr Mahathir, 88, who was prime minister for 22 years from 1981, wrote in his personal blog he could not imagine that "the pilots made a soft landing in rough seas and then quietly went down with the aircraft".

"Someone is hiding something. It is not fair that MAS and Malaysia should take the blame," he wrote.

Dr Mahathir suggested the United States' Central Intelligence Agency had knowledge of the disappearance of the plane with 239 people on board but was not sharing it with Malaysia.

He also claimed that Boeing, the plane's maker, and "certain" government agencies, have the ability to remotely take over control of commercial airliners such as the missing Boeing 777.

"For some reason, the media will not print anything that involves Boeing or the CIA," he said.

In another blog last month, Dr Mahathir, who remains a power broker in the ruling United Malays National Organisation, questioned whether the plane crashed into the southern Indian Ocean and blamed Boeing for its disappearance.

During his time in power, Dr Mahathir was often critical of Western countries such as the US, even once suggesting the attacks on the World Trade Centre in New York were staged as an excuse to mount attacks on the Muslim world.

His comments on MH370 reflect deep suspicion in Malaysia of foreign involvement in the plane's disappearance despite Prime Minister Najib Razak saying last week that nobody knew what happened on board, or precisely where the plane was, more than two months after it disappeared.

Mr Najib said experts had identified that MH370 ended in the southern Indian Ocean, where the search was focused, discounting dozens of other theories and reported sightings.

But Dr Mahathir wrote in his latest blog that planes "don't just disappear ... certainly not these days, with all the powerful communications systems, radio and satellite tracking and filmless cameras which operate almost indefinitely, and possess huge storage capacities".

"Can it not be that the pilots of MH370 lost control of their aircraft after someone directly or remotely activated the equipment for seizure of control of the aircraft?" he wrote. [...]

(2) Reporters accept without question, US assurance that MH370 did not land at Diego Garcia

http://www.hindustantimes.com/world-news/malaysianairlinemystery2014/u s-rules-out-malaysian-plane-landed-at-its-indian-ocean-base/article1-1 196970.aspx

US rules out MH370 landed at its Indian Ocean base in Diego Garcia

PTI
Washington, March 19, 2014
First Published: 08:33 IST(19/3/2014)
Last Updated: 14:19 IST(19/3/2014)

The United States has ruled out the possibility of the missing Malaysian plane landing at its Indian Ocean base in Diego Garcia.

"I'll rule that one out," White House Press Secretary Jay Carney told reporters yesterday when asked about such news reports appearing mainly in the Chinese press.

Carney said the Malaysian government has the lead in this investigation and the US officials are in Kuala Lumpur working closely with the Malaysian government on the investigation.

"This is a difficult and unusual situation, and we are working hard, in close collaboration with the Malaysian government and other partners, to investigate a number of possible scenarios for what happened to the flight. Our hearts of course go out to the families of the passengers. They are in a truly agonizing situation," he said. ...

Comment {Peter M.} The timidity of Reporters today is astonishing. A plane disappears, and a fruitless search costs $100 million, yet Reporters accept Government statements at face value - without probing or tough questioning.

(3) Why was MH370 not Detected by Diego Garcia US Naval and Intelligence Base?

From: Paul de Burgh-Day <pdeburgh@harboursat.com.au>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2014 16:11:48 +1100

Why was the Malaysian MH370 Flight Not Detected by the Diego Garcia US Naval and Intelligence Base in the Indian Ocean?

By Adrian Salbuchi

Global Research, March 26, 2014

http://www.globalresearch.ca/why-was-the-malaysian-mh370-flight-not-de tected-by-the-diego-garcia-us-naval-and-intelligence-base-in-the-india n-ocean/5375272

Diego Garcia is a tropical, footprint-shaped coral atoll located south of the equator in the central Indian Ocean.

It is part of the British Indian Ocean Territory, but now under US Control under lease from UK.

The American military base on the island of Diego Garcia is one of the most strategically important and secretive U.S. military installations outside the United States.

Located near the remote center of the Indian Ocean and accessible only by military transport, the base was a little-known launch pad for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and may house a top-secret CIA prison where terror suspects are interrogated and tortured.

Is it possible for MH 370 not tracked by USA's most sophisticated technologies on earth in Diego Garcia if in fact MH 370 was flying to the Indian ocean?

(4) MH370: the missing Intelligence Data from US ships & bases near Strait of Malacca & South China Sea

http://www.rense.com/general96/mh370.html

Is MH370 The Latest Casualty Of The Pentagon's Pivot To Asia?

By Yoichi Shimatsu {formerly Editor of the Japan Times}

March 20, 2014

The closer that millions of online sleuths come to tracing the trajectory and destination of the missing Malaysian Airlines jetliner, the likelier it becomes that the National Security Agency and CIA will resort to disinformation, including the planting of falsified evidence, to throw off their pursuers in what increasingly appears to be an electronic hijacking by those spy agencies.

More layers of the ongoing cover-up are being hatched now that eyewitnesses at the Huvadhu Atoll, a diving area in the southern Maldives, have reported sightings of "a low-flying jumbo jet.: South of Huvadhu Atoll, the closest U.S. military facility is Diego Garcia in the Chagos Islands. The joint U.S. Navy submarine and Air Force facility has underground hangers huge enough to conceal B-52 bombers, a convenient hiding place for a Boeing-777.

Huvadhu is a prominent marker in the vast Indian Ocean, used as the turning point for flights into Diego Garcia. There valuable cargo - either classified documents or a human intelligence asset - can be secretly landed and reloaded on a USAF cargo jet or a Navy submarine. Countless secret and illegal "extraordinary rendition" flights were sent to Diego Garcia in the war on terror, and there is no practical reason why the same US intelligence agencies would not use it to land a civilian aircraft hijacked by remote control.

Pieces of the wreckage spotted by US ally Australia further south of Diego Garcia could be a decoy site, salted with physical evidence of airplane parts that have been moved surreptitiously. As in the unsolved mystery of Amelia Earhart, who was on an espionage mission against the Japanese forces in the South Pacific before her disappearance, there is the possibility that a hostile military force moved tantalizing evidence from the actual landing site to a more distant remote island by plane or ship.

Malaysia Targeted by Air-Sea Battle Plan

The case of a MH370 has been solely focused on the possibility of a route diversion by the on-board crew. Completely ignored in press releases and news reports so far is the elephant in the room, or perhaps a better analogy of a Great White Shark in the bathtub - the massive U.S. Navy and Air Force presence in the seas and airspace surrounding Malaysia.

There is absolutely no way that a flying object as large as a Boeing-777 could evade the 24-hour watch over the South China Sea and the Andaman Sea by NSA-USAF spy satellites, high-tech AEGIS destroyers, the new class of Littoral Combat Ships and P3 surveillance planes.

The reasons for targeting Malaysia becomes clearer by examining the bigger picture of an aggressive military build-up in the Southeast Asia region by the combined armed forces of the US, Japan and Australia under Washington's "strategic pivot to Asia" policy. This geopolitical strategy is carried out by the Pentagon and its military allies through the Air-Sea Battle Concept, which disperses Navy and Air Force fighter jets across a network of civilian airfields and secret landing strips.

Beijing is not the only target of the Air-Sea Battle Concept. Malaysia runs a close second to China on Washington's enemies list. Flight MH370, destined for Beijing, is the literal embodiment of the economic alliance and political relationship between : China and Malaysia, making the airliner a most convenient target.

Pressuring Kuala Lumpur

Located on the geostrategic Malacca Strait, Malaysia is a predominantly Muslim oil-producing nation with a "Look East" policy allying itself with Japan and China. Last year the Malaysian and Chinese governments established an economic alliance, which includes Asian access to world oil reserves. In the eyes of Washington and its allies, these are sufficient grounds to treat Kuala Lumpur as an adversary.

Even though the Malaysian police force has cooperated closely with the US Embassy in the war on terror, which led to arrests of top-ranking Al Qaeda-linked terrorists, that is not good enough. The late Moammar Gaddhafi of Libya and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad also aided Washington in post-911 anti-terrorism, and look where it got them. It is not enough to be a friend of America. For a leader to survive, he must be a groveling yes-man, a political slave - and never mind America's long-forgotten principles of sovereignty or self-determination.

Warnings from Washington were repeatedly given to Malaysia over the past few years. In late August 2013, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel flew to Kuala Lumpur last year to pressure the Defence Ministry to cooperate with the strategic pivot through joint naval-and-air exercises directed against Chinese forces in the Malaysian-claimed islets in the Spratley group. These spits of rock and sand located off of Sabah, the Malaysian state in northwest Borneo, have names longer than their diameters, for instance, Investigator Reef and Mariveles Reef.

At the same time, a mystery force led by a claimant to the title of Sultan of Saah send a group of Filipino gunmen, allegedly trained by a retired American commando, attacked Sabah with a series of shootouts with the Malaysian Army. US counterinsurgency troops happened to be operating in the southern Islamic-dominated areas of the Philippines, where the "sultan" recruited his desperado guerrillas.

Meanwhile, as disclosed by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, Washington with the cooperation of Singapore was massively eavesdropping on Malaysian communications, banking and Internet traffic. Kuala Lumpur filed a diplomatic protest with Singapore, which downplayed its role as an agent for American, British and Israeli interests in Southeast Asia.

Not by any coincidence, this writer earlier exposed the role of Google in trying to block visitors to pro-Palestinian websites in Malaysia and Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia has taken an active role in sending aid boats to Gaza and speaking on behalf of Palestinian rights at the UN. Google has close relations with the electronic warfare operations of the Pentagon and the Israel Defense Force, and sponsors a research center in Technion, a technical university in Haifa closely integrated with the IDF.

MH370 is not the first possible casualty of the strategic pivot policy. In May 2011, a Sukhoi Superjet 100 airliner was "accidentally" downed in nearby Indonesia. That mysterious crash into a mountain on a clear day happened after takeoff from Halim Air Base, the planning center for the Air-Sea Battle Concept across the vast Indonesian archipelago. Sukhoi Aircraft Industries had strong connections with Malaysia, where Russian plane manufacturer was planning to build a regional maintenance center - a business plan since canceled under pressure from the Pentagon, Boeing and Lockheed.

Malaysia has the only air force in the region that flies Sukhoi jet fighters, which unlike US-supplied warplanes, cannot be electronically controlled and disarmed by a computer-code signal from the Pentagon.

How to Knock Out Aviation Electronics

The flight paths of MH370 were not across uncharted waters, as news reports suggest, but over some of the world's most heavily watched maritime channels. As soon as the jet lifted off Kuala Lumpur, its communications signals and radar image were picked up by US Navy signals intercepts officers stationed at Changi Navy Base and Sembawang dockyard in Singapore, which are effectively bases for the 7th Fleet. Triple coverage would have been provided by USAF listening posts at Halim Air Base near Jakarta.

The Malaysian airliner would then been picked up by the many USN ships patrolling the South China Sea, in and around the Spratley Islands. Besides AEGIS radar ships, the Navy has dispatched a new class of Littoral Combat Ships, including the USS Freedom, to the pivot.

Beamed from one of these ships, a powerful type of radar called X-band or narrow-aperture radar could easily have disabled all of the planes. The advanced radar system, now used in electromagnetic warfare to knock out missile and planes, led to the unintended blackout of Los Angeles Airport (LAX) in April 2004.

As told to me by a former Navy communications officer, "the new type of radar was commissioned by Admiral Jeremy Boorda, who was an enthusiast for anything hi-tech. When our destroyer came to the port of Los Angeles, someone switched on the radar and the electrical power went down at LAX and all of the surrounding area. LAX was closed for hours, but the incident was hushed up by the Pentagon." Boorda was the victim of an apparent suicide in 1996 after infuriating the officer corps by exposing widespread problem of rape in the naval ranks.

As reported in the news, MH370 was steered toward the Indian Ocean by the insertion of a computer command into its navigation system. Since at least the 911 incident and possibly earlier, Boeing passenger jets can be remote-controlled by the US intelligence agencies. Any recently built American-built aircraft can now be electronically commandeered and operated like a drone.

The only question is whether the American government is willing to engage in such a reckless disregard innocent lives. That point has already been proven in countless drone strikes against civilian compounds in places like Afghanistan, Yemen, Iraq, the Horn of Africa and many unreported locales. Though illegal and immoral, death from the skies is official policy. Without any effective restraints, the Pentagon can easily eliminate the passengers of Malaysian Airlines.

Perhaps it is not too late to save any surviving hostages, but that task would require a commando team capable of rescuing them from inside a heavily guarded U.S. Military base in the center of the Indian Ocean and flying them to India, the only coastal country in the region secure enough from a Pentagon counterstrike. Rambo, are you ready?

Flying Under the Radar

After its electronic systems were knocked out, MH370 made a sharp left turn toward the Kra Peninsula along the thinly populated and insurgency-troubled Malaysia-Thai border. The jet dove to 6,000 feet and possibly lower, enabling it to evade detection by flying below the ground radar. Its path, however, was briefly picked up from the northern side, where the Thai Air Force bases a fleet of Saab jet fighters.

Significantly, the plane did not crash into the steep mountain range along the Kelantan-Kedah state border, but managed to fly in between the taller peaks. Either the passengers and crew were blessed with incredible luck or the MH370 was flying under remote control. Remote piloting software for a plane, now a readily available for drones, was first developed by Israeli programmers, all of them former IDF officers, in Atel, Israel, prior to 911. The same team created the hacker-immune Waterfall software for critical infrastructure, which was released coincidentally at the same time as the Stuxnet virus.

Then MH370 crossed over the Strait of Malacca and the Andaman Sea, which is crowded with commercial vessels and oil tankers. That particular section of the strategic passage is constantly monitored by NSA-CIA surveillance stations assigned to protect Indonesia's Sumatra offshore oil platforms operated by Exxon and BP. Just north of Phuket is the Thai Navy's 3rd Headquarters, where American servicemen keep track of all ship and airplane traffic over the Andaman Sea.

It is impossible, in short, with so many radar facilities and airbases in that oil-rich sea for any jetliner, especially along an unscheduled air route, to go unspotted. So somebody is lying, and perhaps everybody is lying.

The Impunity of Criminal States

The cargo manifest for MH370 has yet to be released, just like the SwissAir 111 shipment of pallets of bonds was never disclosed. Perhaps the motive was an economic crime, although that possibility is far-fetched since Malaysia is not a major holder of US Treasury bonds

The other possible motive is the human assets aboard the jet. The passenger manifest does not disclose the occupation or rank associated with the names. Was there a VIP on board of extreme high value to Western intelligence agencies?

The lesson of MH370 is that the Great Powers act in secrecy and with impunity. Wars of strategic interest are no longer waged openly but are conducted by proxy armies, mercenaries with guns, propaganda agents placed inside of human-rights groups, media blackmail, social media manipulation and spies in the sky.

Electronic warfare against planes or against smartphones is by now routine and accepted by dumbed-down users, with no apologies or regrets expressed by the NSA or the Pentagon. Smaller players who cross those invisible red lines or dare to put a stick in the eye of the big boys, end up broken into tiny pieces. In this cruel new world of subterfuge and sabotage, one learns to play the game or is quickly ejected into oblivion like a lost airliner.

Against the prospect of total domination of global society by spy agencies, resistance by any means and for whatever the cost is not just a game; it is political duty and moral obligation to restore long-ignored constitutional principles and the rule of law. The all-powerful hunters will become the frightened hunted, as is starting to happen now as millions of online users narrow down the destination of MH370.

Yoichi Shimatsu, former editor of the Japan Times Weekly, is a Hong Kong-based science and technology writer.

Sources:

Times of India, "Missing Malaysian Jetliner: Maldives Islanders Saw 'Low-Flying Plane'", March 18, 2014; http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/south-asia/Missing-Malaysian- jetliner-Maldives-islanders-saw-low-flying-plane/articleshow/32251148. cms

Documents disclosing the connection between Waterfall Security for critical infrastructure to the same Israeli software developer that designed a remote cockpit have been removed from the web, along with articles mentioning the role of Israeli aircraft-controls designer Ehud Mendelson in the Lockheed Martin drone program. See posting of Christopher Bollyn, "How a Two-Way Data Pipe Hijacked the 911 aircraft", http://dc345.4shared.com/doc/IsiFa_xT/preview.html

The series of reports on the intrigue behind the Sukhoi Superjet 100 crash and the Internet warfare against Malaysian peace organizations was reported by the 5th Estate in Jakarta (www.freepeople'sthe5thestate), but the online news site was repeatedly hit by computer hacking and loss of domain name, with Google failing to respond to numerous requests to cease its sabotage.

US Department of Defense, press release, August 24, 2013. "Hagel Underscores Commitment to Partnership with Malaysia", http://www.defense.gov/news/newsarticle.aspx?id=120670

Stars & Stripes, "First Littoral Combat Ship Arrives in Singapore", April 13, 2013

AFP report on Thailand military picking up radar blips in the opposite direction of the planned flight path, March 19, as reported in the Hindustan Times.

(5) MH370 twin jet in Tel Aviv; Israeli military & intelligence presence on Diego Garcia - Yoichi Shimatsu

http://rense.com/general96/role.html

Role Of Israel & Soros Exposed by MH370 Twin Jet In Tel Aviv

By Yoichi Shimatsu

March 27, 2014

BANGKOK - It is by no mere coincidence, when telltale evidence of a Mossad role in the MH370 hijack was starting to snowball, that Israel's embassies and consulates were suddenly shut down due to a "strike by diplomatic staff". This fork-tongued alibi was obviously meant to prevent law enforcement agencies across Asia and the Western world from questioning Israeli intelligence agents and military attaches about the whereabouts and fate of the hundreds of passengers.

The Jewish state's diplomatic corps has retreated further into a tortoise shell, perhaps because of the hammer blow from investigative journalist Christopher Bollyn, who previously exposed Israel's hand behind the 911 attacks. Based on eyewitness reports from a network of plane watchers in Europe and in Israel, Bollyn reports that an identical production model of the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 is being kept out of regular service inside a hangar at Tel Aviv Airport.

Seattle-based Boeing assembles aircraft in pairs as its standard practice, but the question is how one jet was leased by Malaysia's national carrier while the matching plane was secretly turned over to the Israeli government without a purchase order from state-run El Al airlines.

Bollyn uncovered the fact that the two jets were delivered to a third-party company, whose top manager has a longtime connection with the George Soros. From the timeline of events, it is obvious that the plane transfers and subsequent electronic hijacking were part of a larger strategy, which was aimed at:

first, a planned alse-flag attack involving mass murder of American citizens to be blamed on the two Iranians aboard MH370, in order to prompt the White House to order air strikes against Iran's nuclear facilities and air defenses; and

second, the blatant theft of key technology related to Freehold Semiconductor's Kinesis microchip, the world's tiniest microcontroller, for use in miniature weapons systems that will ensure Israeli military supremacy for decades to come.

Bait and Swtich [...]

Who is Abdol Moabery?

The twin Boeing jets were sold to GA Telesis, an aircraft leasing and servicing company, based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The owner of GAT is Abdol Moabery, the son of Iranian immigrants in the posh Woodlawn Hills suburb of Los Angeles.

Before and after September 2001, Moabery was executive manager of Skywatch, a company that supplied monitoring devices for the rooftops of office towers. The electronic device can spot as many as 300 flying objects in one sweep and single out the one flying toward the targeted property. Handy indeed to welcome your boss on the helipad in Manhattan and also to direct his pilot toward the right building.

One of the partners in Skywatch was New York City Mayor Rudolf Guiliani, who claimed his interest was solely in its potential application to monitor US borders against illegal immigrants. One immigrant who slipped past the Skywatch net was Mohamad Atta. Despite or perhaps because of Skywatch, the two jetliners flew into the Towers like Robin Hood's arrows.

Six months after 911, Moabery left Skywatch to start up GA Telesis in Florida, a state then governed by fellow Republican Jeb Bush and where 911 suspects had extensive flight training.

Prior his term at Skywatch, Moabery served in the US Navy and then worked in executive positions for two Soros-owned aviation companies, Aviation Systems International and C-S Aviation. C-S stands for Chatterjee-Soros. Purnenda Chatterjee is a former Stanford Research Institute and McKinsey partner, whose Chatterjee Group funneled investment funds into West Bengal on behalf of his mentor Soros. In 2011, investors in North Carolina filed charges against Soros and his protege for fraud and embezzlement, an won the initial case by arguing that Soros concealed his ownership of the bankrupt company. Soros is not the Midas he pretends to be, often escaping out the back door leaving behind angry investors. [...]

On the surface and from satellite images, Diego Garcia seems a barren atoll. That's because most of the US Navy and Air Force bases are underground inside vast bunkers installed a decade ago. The island, part of the British-owned Chagos archipelago south of India, later made headlines as the storage site for hundreds of bunker-buster JDAM bombs for a joint Israel-US airstrike against Iran's nuclear facilities and air defenses.

The Israeli military and intelligence presence on Diego Garcia is so massive that long-distance phone operators offer a special discount card for calls to Israel. The Israeli Navy's nuclear-missile capable Dolphin submarines refuel and are serviced at Diego Garcia, saving the time and expense of going to Elat on the Red Sea.

An IDF Dolphin sub from Diego Garcia sank the South Korean frigate Choenan. The Dolphin crew, panicked by the unscheduled voyage, fired a smart torpedo at the frigate. On the following two days, South Korean naval divers rescued several Caucasians, including two drowning victims, from a sunken submarine. That Dolphin submarine, based at an underwater base south of Inchon, was later replaced with an IDF order for a new sub from HDW Germany. Cannon fire from the Choenan's sister ship had hit the Dolphin after it sank the Choenan, following delivered nuclear-weapons material to the North Korean military.

Israel is neck-deep in intrigue across Asia, including nuclear deals with North Korea and Japan. As mentioned earlier in this series on MH370, Israeli-linked agents including Google and Facebook have monitored email servers across Southeast Asia and hacked into computers of Palestinian supporters.

The role of Israeli intelligence assets inside Muslim-dominated Malaysia is a long-running issue that involves strings of stay-behind agents left by the British colonial authority. These underground networks are descended from two strands of Jewish administrators and merchants in colonial Malaya. First are those who have origins in the Ottoman empire and migrated under Britain's favorable policy toward the Donmeh Jews (hidden Jews inside the Islamic community across the Arab realm, Turkey and Iran) during the Ataturk period. Second are Baghdadi Jews involved in the opium trade. More recent recruits are ordinary bureaucrats and military officers who are in need of a handful of shekels to pay their gambling debts.

The spotting of increasing amounts of flotsam and jetsam off the Australian coast are meant to throw public attention off track. In actual flotation situations, there would be less debris with each passing day, as seats become waterlogged and life jackets deflate. Obviously, submarines from Diego Garcia are jettisoning pieces of aircraft through their missile hatches with blasts of compressed air. Bodies can be frozen in morgues with life jackets to be partially opened before dispatching them out the torpedo tubes.

Soros Gets More Than a Pound

The Malaysian jetliner, and its hidden sibling in Tel Aviv, are the instruments that should have guaranteed Zionist supremacy over the global economic and political order throughout this century. Instead, their grandiose design is collapsing under its own fabrications and delusions, as Israeli envoys scurry into the shadows like rats under spotlights. The FBI and Interpol have a monumental task ahead. Crush Israeli terrorist apparatus and hunt down their cells until world civilization is safe again.

"Thieves, murderers and liars" are mere words that can hardly describe the crafty criminality of the Israeli spy chiefs. But what about their paymaster, what does Soros get out of the deal? For one thing, the Mossad turns over the Kinesis microchip technology as thanks for his patriotism. Chips aside, what Soros really, really wants is the satisfaction of payback against Malaysia. Few things are more important than money, and that short list includes revenge.

The Hungarian Jew tycoon, who bought US citizenship after defrauding the Bank of England, has a die-hard grudge against Malaysia. During his cunning attempt to wreck the currencies of Southeast Asian, with the hidden agenda of buying assets and property on the cheap, Soros was slammed down by Malaysia's then Prime Minister Muhammad Mahathir, who imposed a currency board to stop capital flight. That was back in 2008. (The Zionist-influenced Western media and Wall Street bankers quickly denounced Mahathir as "anti-semitic", forgetting out of their dismal cultural ignorance that an Asian Muslim cannot be such since fellow believers across the Arab world are more Semitic than European Jews.)

If revenge is a dish best served cold, Soros has ice in his veins and waited till his dying days to gouge out a pound of flesh from Malaysia's body politick.

At the risk of sounding as soft as Lady Portia with her aristocratic Venetian accent, let me suggest that the world community is to be governed with compassion for the poor and genuine democracy, and not by a top-down global order imposed with violence and greed from a self-appointed religious minority. So as the noose tightens on that little rogue state that would be king of our planet, let us mourn the victims of Flight 370 as much as we grieved over those who died inside the World Trade Center. Such bloodthirsty evil should never be allowed to strike again.

Yoichi Shimatsu, former editor with the Japan Times group in Tokyo, is a Hong Kong-based science writer.

(6) Malaysia Airlines MH370 'ping' recordings will not be released as doubts grow over their validity

http://www.news.com.au/national/malaysia-airlines-mh370-ping-recording s-will-not-be-released-as-doubts-grow-over-their-validity/story-fncynj r2-1226923217252'

by PAUL TOOHEY

MAY 19, 2014 4:47PM

NEW doubt has crept into the search for Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 after the Australian search agency said it would not make public the audio recordings of four acoustic "ping" signals.

After strong initial certainty they were hearing black box transmissions, the Joint Agency Coordination Centre headed by Angus Houston now appears less certain that they came from the plane. "Analysis on all four detections is continuing," said the JACC in a statement to News Corp Australia.

"The recordings of the detections will not be released at this point in time."

Retired Air Chief Marshall Houston had earlier said he could see no issue with releasing the audio, but that position has changed after six weeks of intense examination of the signals.

Questions are now being raised over the legitimacy of the two sets of pings, detected by the Ocean Shield's towed-pinger locater on April 5 and 8, and why they need further analysis given they have already been subject to extensive scrutiny. [...]

One possible reason for the JACC's reluctance is that it would only cause more speculation from so-called experts. However, the mystery is already so awash with wild theories that its release would unlikely cause the searchers to lose focus.

But the fact that analysts were continuing to pore over the transmissions suggests they are reviewing earlier assumptions they did come from the jet's black boxes.

(7) First book on MH370 mystery blames US war games

http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/books/first-book-on-mh370-mystery- blames-us-war-games-20140517-38gmf.html

May 18, 2014

Seventy-one days after Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared, the first book about the disaster will go on sale on Monday with a theory about what might have happened. [...]

Flight MH370 The Mystery, which is made available by NewSouth Books in Sydney, doesn't claim to have any answers but to some extent supports the theory that the aircraft may have been accidentally shot down during a joint Thai-US military exercise in the South China Sea. Searchers were then possibly led in the wrong direction to cover up the mistake, it suggests.

One theory: Flight MH370 posits that there was a cover-up. "In an age where a stolen smart phone can be pinpointed to any location on earth, the vanishing of this aircraft and 227 passengers is the greatest mystery since the Mary Celeste," the publicity for the book reads.

The Sun-Herald is the first media outlet in Australia to see the work, written by author and journalist Nigel Cawthorne. It records the events, emotions and theories unfolding on a backdrop of fruitless searches.

Cawthorne says in the introduction that "almost certainly" relatives will never be sure what happened to their loved ones.

"Did they die painlessly, unaware of their fate? Or did they die in terror in a flaming wreck, crashing from the sky in the hands of a madman?"

He says this raises the significance that around the time the plane's transponder went off at 01.21, New Zealander Mike McKay, working on an oil rig in the Gulf of Thailand, saw a burning plane. He links that to the joint Thai-US military exercise going on in the South China Sea with personnel from China, Japan, Indonesia and other countries.

"The drill was to involve mock warfare on land, in water and in the air, and would include live-fire exercises," he writes.

"Say a participant accidentally shot down Flight MH370. Such things do happen. No one wants another Lockerbie [Pan Am flight 103 by terrorists in 1988 allegedly in retaliation for a US Navy strike on an Iranian commercial jet six months earlier], so those involved would have every reason to keep quiet about it."

He suggests through anonymous and contradictory sources, they might release misinformation, leading people to search in the wrong place in an environment so hostile that it would be unlikely anything would ever be found.

"After all, no wreckage has been found in the south Indian Ocean, which in itself is suspicious," Cawthorne writes.

"Now I'm not saying that's what happened but if a black box is found, who is to say that it is from Flight MH370? Another black box could have been dropped in the sea 1000 miles from Perth while the search was going on in the South China Sea. In these circumstances, with the amount of disinformation abroad, it is best to be sceptical." [...]

(8) NSA refuses FOIA request on MH370, saying it's "Classified"

http://www.earthfiles.com/news.php?ID=2200&

Updated May 5, 2014 with Rebuttal Comments - Is This Why NSA Has Classified All Information About MH370?

(c) 2014 by Linda Moulton Howe

Update May 5, 2014 / Orig. April 30, 2014 Albuquerque, New Mexico -

On April 27, 2014, Earthfiles reported that an NSA reply to an attorney's FOIA request for all information concerning the disappearance of Malaysian Flight MH370 was a "currently and properly classified matter."

"We have determined that the fact of the existence or non-existence of the (MH370) materials you request is a currently and properly classified matter in accordance with Executive Order 13526 ..."

- National Security Agency, April 16, 2014

{visit website to see NSA reply}

{caption} April 16, 2014, reply to attorney Orly Taitz's FOIA request (FOIA Case: 77287) from the National Security Agency/ Central Security Service, Fort Meade, Maryland. {end}

(9) MH370 Revisited Part 1: Malaysians Defy Zionist Disinformation - Yoichi Shimatsu

http://www.rense.com/general96/mh370rv.html

MH370 Revisited Part 1: Malaysians Defy Zionist Disinformation

By Yoichi Shimatsu

World Exclusive to Rense.com

4-13-14

KUALA LUMPUR - At a closed-door seminar on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, veteran police commanders and retired military officers said that erroneous media reports and bizarre blogger theories are aimed at debunking the logical conclusion that the jetliner was hijacked. Trivialized speculation and futile searching have presented a mid-sea crash as the only possible scenario and a given fact without a shred of evidence.

Meanwhile the country's largest ad agency is pushing a cynical publicity campaign to persuade families and friends to give up the search for their loved ones. Across the capital Kuala Lumpur, gigantic billboards and electronic signs are posted with "condolences" and "mourning" for those aboard MH370, asserting without an iota of proof that the passengers are dead. The shadowy ad firm Ganad behind this cruel hoax is hardly a moral standard bearer, after admitting to unreported business contracts and bribery in a court of law last year.

Who could be behind this campaign to demoralize the Malaysian public? A veteran Malaysian police detective at the seminar said that psychological-warfare tactics are being orchestrated from the Mossad station in neighboring Singapore, a stronghold of Zionist influence since the colonial era. The SingaIsraeli cover-up has backfired, however, as millions of skeptical Malaysians filter fact from corporate media lies and hold on to the possibility that someday, somehow the hostages will be freed from captivity.

Emerging Consensus Points to Israel as Perpetrator

The consensus among the gathering, which included veteran police and military officers who have insider access to government information, includes:

- The last radar detection of MH370, picked up by an airport at Surathani, Thailand, showed the jetliner moving due west between Penang and Lankawi island, past 2 a.m. when radar at the local international airports had already closed. The plane was not following a southerly arc toward Australia as erroneously suggested by European aircraft experts cited in the mass media.

- Eyewitness accounts of a low-flying jetliner over the Maldives are bona fide and consistent with other evidence showing the jetliner was forced to land on nearby Diego Garcia island, a US military facility in the British-controlled Chagos Islands group, where a large contingent of Israeli Defense Force personnel are stationed.

- The early-on claim that two Iranian terrorists were aboard was a red herring planted by the Mossad. The European passports in their possession were stolen in Thailand and their air tickets were purchased over the phone, suggesting a frame-up by Israeli spies, who operate out of the Chabad Houses in Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok. The false terror scare was a ruse to convince the US military to permit MH370 to land at Diego Garcia.

- Before departure from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) the pilot ordered extra aircraft fuel, indicating a plan to fly the jetliner after transiting at Diego Garcia. With full fuel tanks, a Boeing 777 can easily reach Israel.

The map of southern tip of Diego Garcia shows where the MH370 passengers were detained, at an abandoned NSA complex at the top of the map, recently used as a prison for rendition suspects. Formerly called the Ground-based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance center, it was used by the NSA to track and process data from spy satellites. Its functions have been replaced by USAF-NSA orbital platforms. The demolished satellite dish park is shown below the NSA complex.

The Unknown Soldiers

On March 18, some 10 days after the hijack, American passenger Philip Wood managed to send an i-Phone message, consisting of a dark "selfie" photo of his hooded head. His voice message was probably received, transcribed and edited into a standard SOS text by his fiance Sarah Bajc, a business executive in Beijing with intelligence connections. His message reads:

"I have been held hostage by unknown military personnel after my flight was hijacked (blindfolded). I work for IBM and I have managed to hide my cellphone in my ass during the hijack. I have been separated from the other passengers and I am in a cell. My name is Philip Wood. I think I have been drugged as well and cannot think clearly."

The key words here are "unknown military". A trained security expert, Wood would have detected British, Australian or Turkish accents among the hostage takers. The only other military contingent on Diego Garcia, second only to Americans in numbers of personnel, are the Israelis. Dressed in unmarked uniforms, the Israels would speak in English with a variety of accents and therefore fit his description of an "unknown military."

Wood was unaware of his location. GPS data from his i-Phone phone indicate that the passengers were held in the southeast sector of the ring-shaped atoll at an abandoned NSA facility. Formerly known as the Ground-based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance center, the fenced site with several structures has been used for extraordinary renditions in the war on terror, as attested to in a 2009 lawsuit in a London court by two Egyptian prisoners secretly detained there, as reported by The Guardian.

As shown in the Egyptian suspects' court testimony against the British military, allied forces have had free rein to run their own operations on Diego Garcia without interference from the US military. Therefore, it was possible for the Israelis to remain in control of the Flight 370 passengers and crew at the remote NSA facility, after turning over the two Iranians to American interrogators.

Wood's role as the security expert for the Freescale Semiconductor team aboard MH370 would have prompted the Israel team to separate him from other passengers for solitary confinement. He was taken the switching facility for an abandoned array of satellite dishes, which appear as circles on the ground, south of the NSA compound.

The Israeli commandos isolated Wood because, as the team security expert, he was the only person who knew how to organize the computer programmers and other passengers to refuse to disclose their names and job titles to their captors. By hiding or exchanging their passports, and refusing any cooperation, the passengers could prevent the hijackers from completing their mission of identifying the Freesoft staffers and taking them on a smaller military aircraft to Israel. Wood's task, in contrast, was to protect the data, so vital to American national security, whatever the sacrifice.

By March 24, Sarah Bajc's on camera interviews with CNN and BBC bureaus in Beijing, and her pleas to the US Embassy, spurred the State Department and CIA officials to launch an inquiry as to why an American security expert was being held by a foreign military. Once investigators examined the GPS data sent with the i-Phone photo, American intelligence officials realized to their dismay that MH370 was parked on the US military base in Diego Garcia.

That shocking discovery caused the American officers at Diego Garcia to order the Israelis to remove the plane and its passengers from their jurisdiction. Since a return to Kuala Lumpur would have caused an uproar, the only acceptable destination was a Royal Australian Air Force base in the Outback, north of Perth. RAAF Base Pearce at Bullsbrook is a joint-use base with the Singapore Air Force, putting it under de facto control of the Israel Air and Space Wing, which organized the MH370 hijacking.

By hiding the plane in Western Australia, the military allies could to buy time to resolve the diplomatically embarrassing crisis. The plane never reached that holding center.

Prenuptial Tragedy

The probable recipient of Wood's smart-phone message is his Beijing-based fiance Sarah Bajc. A marketing expert for high-tech companies, she has professional links with the US Commerce Department, which began early in her career as a member of a federal committee on foreign trade. Former Commerce Secretary Gary Locke was US Ambassador to Beijing until the end of 2013, so she had personal access to the Embassy. As such, she has connections with US intelligence officer and the Western news media, including CNN and BBC, which covered her shocking statements that governments were running a cover-up over the hijacking and that the MH370 passengers were still alive.

In many ways, the romantic link between Wood and Bajc as tech-security experts was similar to the relationship between CIA counter-proliferation agent Valerie Plame and Ambaassador Joe Wilson. By no odd coincidence, the opponent of both brainy couples was the same: Israel along with its neoconservative operatives in the Pentagon.

Bajac claimed the jetliner was escorted by fighter jets . That sighting on descent to Diego Garcia was possible due to Wood's security training, which enables an agent to regain consciousness against a dosage of sedatives, in this case sleeping gas released inside the airplane cabin. While civilians tend to succumb to drowsiness aboard vehicles, security agents undergo psychologial training to revive themselves from sedative-induced slumber. As a result, Wood saw the jet escort and realized that MH370 had been remotely hijacked.

Asleep at the Wheel

The possibility that the passengers and crew were sedated via the air vents was confirmed by a police detective and a military officer at the Kuala Lumpur seminar. Calls to mobile phones of passengers aboard MH370 by relatives triggered ring tones that went unanswered, indicating the passengers had been drugged. That scenario gains credible support from the erratic steering just before MH370 made its U-turn to cross over the peninsula, indicating that the pilot was struggling with drowsiness just before the controls were taken from his hands by an electronic hijack.

The release of airborne-tranquilizers via the interior vents was patented in August 2003 by inventor Jose Paul Moretta, as part of a remote-piloting system to foil terrorist hijackers. Aircraft manufacturers may have developed a working system a decade earlier, at least since 1995, for installation on high risks air routes, for example, the Middle East.

Oxygen deprivation is not used in emergency situations because it can cause permanent damage to the brain and sensory organs. That false media claim by so-called aircraft experts is obviously intended to maintain airline secrecy about the anti-hijacking system aboard many large jetliners. The existence of a gassing system explains why airline regulations forbid oxygen cannisters aboard passenger jets, since an independent air supply would enable terrorists to stay in control of a hijacked jet.

(There is inconsistency over the specific Boeing 777 used for Flight 370 on March 8, with the Malaysian Air Service claiming it is a wholly owned aircraft delivered in March 2002. In contrast, the Planespotters group surfaced a document indicating the plane is an older model leased to MAS by GA Telesis. A change of plane number, with cooperation from Boeing Southeast Asia, is not inconceivable for two purposes: insurance claims for the loss of a plane and passengers; and to hide the past installation of a tranquilizing system when the jet was owned by the Kuwait aircraft leasing firm ALARCO. Corruption and cover-ups are standard practice at Boeing Southeast Asia, which under its current management is allegedly engaged in criminal trafficking activities along with bribery and kickbacks for plane sales.)

The electronic takeover of MH370's controls over the Gulf of Thailand is a telltale sign that the pilot lost his nerve at the last minute and had failed to turn the aircraft westward as ordered by his spymaster. It will never be known whether the pilot realized that he was under Israel command, since espionage agencies use "cut outs", middlemen who appear not to be associated with the operation planners. His assumption was probably one of aiding Islamic extremists, as is the case in many so-called jihadist false-flag attacks secretly organized by the Mossad against US or Arab interests.

The Titiwangsa Mountains, which forms the backbone of the Kra Peninsula, is risky for pilots even in daylight hours because of its jagged peaks. During nighttime, downdrafts are especially dangerous, and MH370 crossed one of the highest passes of the Main Range.

A Loss of Nerve

After takeoff from Kuala Lumpur airport just after midnight, the pilot should have veered off the scheduled route to Beijing while the aircraft was still overland and not yet reached the seacoast. To the northeast of Kuala Lumpur, the jetliner could have safely slipped between the lower-elevation Genting Highlands and Fraser Hills for radar invisibility and turned westward, remaining far south of radar range of the international airports at Penang and Langkawi island.

The pilot, however, missed the easiest turning points and proceeded beyond the Pacific coast, missing other possible crossing lanes over the increasing higher Main Range. When the plane crossed the extended Malaysian-Thai maritime boundary, a radar station at Kota Terengganu, south of the Thai border, picked up signals indicating sudden erratic right and then left turns, first rising and then dropping to a much lower elevation. These out-of-control movements indicate the pilot was having problems with steering the aircraft. The plane's radio communications was suddenly cut off, as indicated by the co-pilot's futile attempt to make a distress call from his mobile phone.

If the cockpit vents were indeed spewing tranquilizer gas, the pilots could have easily put on their oxygen masks and ordered the loosening of breathing masks inside the passenger cabin. Obviously, the emergency oxygen system had tampered with by a Boeing mechanic at Kuala Lumpur International Airport or earlier at Tarbes-Lourdes Airport in the French Pyrenees, where the leased planes was parked and serviced by GA Telesis for six months of 2013. The plane actual production number is therefore vital to the investigation, regardless of insurance claims.

Within minutes, a Thai military radar unit at an undisclosed location, picked up signals indicating the plane turned around and was flying back toward Malaysia. That U-turn, following some confused movements, indicates that an Israeli satellite or electronic-warfare aircraft had successfully taken over the controls of MH370.

The Boeing 777 then crossed over a series of peaks of three Malaysian states, including Terengganu, Perak and Kedah. After 2 a.m., the jetliner slipped through the gap between Penang and Lankawi airports, where its trajectory over Butterworth rail station was picked up by a radar unit at Surathani Airport in Thailand, which was probably alerted by Thai military aircraft trackers. Thailand will not disclose what it knows because of its recent purchase of a fleet of SAAB fighter jets to counterbalance Malaysia's Sukhoi attack planes.

No pilot would attempt such such a crazed high-risk flight path over a series of mountains at nighttime. Therefore the only possible explanation is that the pilot failed to perform his assigned task, and an electronic hijacking system took over the cockpit for a mad dash toward Diego Garcia with the crown jewels of American technology and a cargo of unsuspecting passengers fast asleep under the effects of drugged air.

Faking a Mid-Sea Crash

After their harrowing stopover at Diego Garcia, what could have happened to MH370? With Phil Wood out of their way and possibly dead by March 20 at an isolated corner of Diego Garcia, the passengers apparently continued to refuse cooperation with their Israeli captors.

Thus, delays stymied the Israeli effort to identify the computer programmers who had developed the game-changing Kinetis KL02 and KL03 microcontroller chips, the core of a new generation of ultra-small weapons, which Israel hopes to deploy against Iranian military installations and underground nuclear plants. The debriefing of passengers would thus a require more interrogation time and more interrogators with Malay and Chinese language skills than available on Diego Garcia.

Then, as State Department intelligence began its inquiry into the solitary confinement of the American security expert at an US military base, the Israeli had to quickly move the passengers off Diego Garcia. The American garrison obviously could not have the physical evidence of the Malaysian plane nor the illegal detention of more than 200 civilians uncovered by diplomatic intelligence and CIA agents.

Sleight of Hand

The planned move to Australia was unacceptable to IDF Headquarters in Tel Aviv. The Freescale chip designers were urgently needed to produce their breakthrough microcontrollers in Israel. The Israeli military-industrial complex was obsessed with a crash program to design and build ultra-small self-guided weapons for the coming attack on Iran's underground nuclear plants, air-defense system and command-and-control centers.

Therefore, the Israeli pilots headed toward Australia as ordered by the American military but then faked an air crash in the southern Indian Ocean. A steep nosedive with last-second pullout was enough to deceive the Australian and US governments. After a radar image was picked up in Perth, the pilot turned the plane around in the opposite direction, toward the Red Sea and Israel. This is why the sea search was not launched until more than two weeks after the plane went missing.

Once again, MH370 evaded radar detection, this time on its final journey, to the Promised Land.

Part 2 of MH370 Revisited examines the defense intelligence background of Philip Wood and his struggle against technology piracy by foreign agents.


(10) MH370 Revisited Part 2: Protecting US Defense Technology

http://www.rense.com/general96/mh2.html

By Yoichi Shimatsu

World Exclusive to Rense.com Part 1 4-13-14

KUALA LUMPUR - Several blogs are using dubious photo analysis to question the credibility of Philip Wood, the American aboard MH370 whose i-Phone message showed that the plane had been hijacked, its passengers detained by "unknown military personnel" and the detention center to be on the Diego Garcia military base. The secrecy surrounding Wood's background does not mean that he and his fiance Sarah Bajc are "crisis actors". On the contrary, the facts point to his status as a tech-security agent for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).

Across Asia, the DIA has a reputation for professionalism far surpassing the CIA's armchair scholars, narcissist neophytes and diplomatic cocktail freeloaders. Wood fits the DIA profile to a tee, being computer savvy, knowledgeable about defense-related technology, careful in maintaining his cover at IBM, silent about his military record and physically tough.

The fact that the Israelis confined and likely murdered a DIA agent reveals the extreme desperation that compelled the theft of America's most advanced defense technology. The midair hijack aimed at abducting 20 computer-technology experts with Freescale Semiconductor exposes the outlaw mentality of a rogue state that holds its closest ally and benefactor in utter contempt. Simply put, Israel has emerged as America's most implacable enemy and all the more dangerous because it poses as an ally and friend.

Israel resorted to stealing the Freescale Kinetis KL02 and KL03 techology, rather than waiting to pay for licensing rights, because the micro-controller is urgently needed for the upcoming military assault on Iran. The widening divide between the State Department and Israel over Iran policy, particularly the question of a bombing campaign, put the hawkish and fanatic Netyanhu government onto a "go it alone" warpath against Tehran.

Since it is logistically impossible for the Israel Air Force to fly long-distance sorties against Iranian military sites without control over Syrian airspace, the only feasible alternative to aerial bombing is to unleash hordes of lightweight ultra-small robotic weapons that can fly and crawl into underground military facilities.

The KL series microcontroller units (MCU) are the brains for these tiny self-guided weapons, whose sensors can find pathways through air ducts, power conduits and plumbing pipes to attack electronic controls and incapacitate personnel with nerve gas or biowarfare agents. When launched from Dolphin submarines under the cover of nightfall, there is no effective defense against an army of tiny ninja robots.

The one person who stood in the way of Israel's devious plans was Philip Wood, who was not a crisis actor, as suggested in a disinformation campaign, but instead an American patriot. Without his courageous efforts to organize resistance against the hostage-takers, the Israelis would have gotten away with the perfect crime. Now, thanks to his sense of duty and personal sacrifice, the perpetrators stand naked before the world as the despicable thugs they really are. The test of American honor rides on whether the White House or Congress dares to defy Israeli treachery by acknowledging Phil Wood with a posthumous medal.

Get Off of My Cloud

Texas resident Wood was, on the surface, a quiet and unassuming computer memory expert with IBM, following his father's career path. Oddly, no details of his work on cloud computing and computer security in Dallas-Fort Worth are listed on his Linked-in page.

The omission of a local client list is due to the fact that Big Blue's largest customer in Fort Worth is USAF-Lockheed Plant 4 at Carswell military airfield. Plant 4 is where the Air Force and its aerospace contractors install, test and improve the aviation electronics for America's most advanced fighters, including the F-22, F-35 and F-18, along with the navigation systems for drones, missiles and smart bombs. Computer security against hackers and human-based industrial espionage is, therefore, all-important to protecting American defense-technology edge against its many adversaries and friendly rivals.

The Air Force upgraded its longtime partnership with IBM computer services with a 2010 master contract to transfer its production data, including weapons design and personnel matters, to a cloud computing platform with strong security. Even well-protected servers in any lab or office can be hacked with relative ease with newer software. Cloud computing, in contrast, establishes a virtual network protected by the latest firewall software even before its public release. The network is constantly monitored to determine user behavior and to track down any attempts to break into unauthorized areas.

The other advantage of the Cloud is its flexibility, moving as it can across different computer nodes. If a major node is disrupted or destroyed by a virus attack, terrorist bombing or a nuclear strike, the data network simply moves onto other computers in safer locations. Therefore, in event of a nuclear war, America's command-and-control system will survive intact to deliver a precision counterstrike with its remaining arsenal.

Called to Kuala Lumpur

After much of Plant 4, with all its components, came under cloud protection, Wood was transferred to Kuala Lumpur and Beijing following an IBM contract signing with Freescale Semicondutor.

The Austin-headquartered firm, a spinoff of Motorola, is heavily dependent on Asian programmers, with their excellent design skills, mathematical prowess, lower salaries and persistence at quality control. This is why the world's smallest MCUs were designed and perfected at the Freescale plant in Petaling Jaya, on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur.

The creation of the KL series prompted top defense-technology experts to assign watchdogs over Freescale's Asian operations. In November 2013, Joanne Maguire with Lockheed was appointed to the Freescale board of directors. Her career record shows her to be a veteran defense-tech executive as vice president of Lockheed, a member of the national Defense Technology commission, and a director of the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, a cutting-edge weapons research center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

At the same moment, Phil Wood was appointed as fulltime technology manager with IBM Malaysia. For the first time in his career, he was given the executive privilege of having a public life and personal freedom, which was disclosed mainly through his courtship of Beijing-based Sarah Bajc. Besides their late-life romance, the couple "covered the bases" of high-tech security, he in the defense-related sector and she in the civilian corporate economy. A wedding could only increase their professional synergy. Their pre-nuptial plan was to set up house in Kuala Lumpur. Instead, their relationship proved to be tragic, cut short by an Israeli special forces team on Diego Garcia.

Israel's Best and Cruelest

Narrowing down the possible suspects in the MH370 hijacking is not especially difficult. The operation requires a unique set of resources, skills and experience. The remote control of a larger jetliner requires a mobile satellite with GPS guidance hardware to chart the path and narrow-band radar to determine the captured aircraft's altitude. In short, guidance through three dimensions plus time, through a spatial-temporal matrix with variable factors including weather, potential mid-flight collision with other aircraft and evasion of radar detection.

In short, the operation requires a well-equipped and highly trained Air Force with the most advanced, which reduces the field to the USAF and the Israeli Air and Space Wing. The operation also involves an on-the-ground military intelligence corps, thoroughly knowledgeable about passenger and crew behavior in a hijacking situation. Among the world's 192 countries, no air force unit has as much air-hijacking expertise as the Special Surface-Air Designation Team Unit 5101, Israel's most secret special forces group, which is known by the Hebrew term for "kingfisher" or Shaldag.

In recent years, Shaldag conducted the deep infiltration into Syrian territory to target a suspected nuclear plant being built by North Korean technicians. Later, Kingfishers aboard helicopters, flying undetected amid white-hot phosphorus barrages, used short-range missiles and gunfire to suppress nearly every Hamas rocket-launch site during Operation Pillar of Fire against Gaza. All the credit was given to Israel's Iron Dome missile shield, while the real story of highly disciplined forward-d

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 21, 2014 4:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'll keep this short because frankly there is a lot written on this subject and I don't think you can rely on very much of it.

The whole crash scenario in the Southern Indian Ocean is debunked in this article:

http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/553339/20140522/mh370-australia-search- update-missing.htm

Basically the Australian radar systems are sophisticated enough to spot cessna's over 3000km away from its shores. Ipso facto the Australians would have easily spotted a 777 flying over the Indian Ocean. It did not crash there and most likely did not crash at all.

Still the most likely scenario (and ignoring the Jim Stone story) the 777 was remotely hijacked and landed on Diego Garcia.

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That's what the Islanders said they saw with their own eyes: a plane flying extremely low, on a flight path that didn't happen except on this occasion, and low enough for some of the Malaysian airlines' identification paint jobs to be seen (low-flying to avoid radar).
No one, including the Chinese (2/3 of passengers were Chinese), are following this up. WTF is going on?
Yup, it was highjacked, whether by a pilot or far more likely by remote control; with a sister aircraft in Tel Aviv, all set for (probably) a 'False Flag' attack to be blamed (probably) on Iran, the 'plan' if it existed, which I find highly probable, seems to have been spiked.
Like 9/11, it appears to me to have been a multifaceted plan, but this time it doesn't seem to have worked in all it's aspects.
But there is still the fate of the passengers to worry about.

One thing I am pretty sure of, the US knows what happened to MH370.
Just the same as they know precisely who & how arranged 9/11.
May the 'Perps' rot in hell, alongside Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Pinochet, Franco, Mussolini et al.

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I have reposted the International Business Times article referred to by Scienceplease 2 as these things have a curious habit of disappearing.

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By Athena Yenko | May 22, 2014 5:17 PM EST

A random letter from John Williams from Lemon Tree Passage posted to Newcastle Herald's opinion section is now stirring interest from conspiracy theorists.

Mr William's letter said that Australia's security system is capable of tracking MH370 but why this system did not track the plane is such a perplexity.

"REGARDING missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Australia has a very high-tech, early warning coastal security system formally called the Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN).It can track surface craft as well as aircraft the size of a Cessna 182 at 3000 kilometres. If an unidentified aircraft, as suggested, came down our north-west coast, automatic alarms should have activated. If an aircraft the size of Boeing 777 with no identity response got through, what next? Or did it not enter our airspace?"

Curiously, a journalist named Peter La Franchi commented in detail, expressing his opinion that Australia, clearly has a lot more explaining to do, and on a wide number of fronts.

According to Mr La Franchi JORN has a range of at least 12,300km. The capability of this system was shown to journalists, himself included, through the Laverton radar station and the central control station in Adelaide in September 1999. He said Defence had actually demonstrated JORN's capability when the system was utilised by US to test its radar technology as was written in a press release dated July 27 2004. He implied that indeed, with JORN, MH370 should have been detected by Australian radar.
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Mr La Franchi explained further that the Laverton, WA radar is aligned as a right angle, with the two array antenna extending from just west of north to due south west and due south east.

"This means this a permanent lobe of the radar facing across the Indian Ocean. The radar can be seen on Google Earth at -28.314032, 122.843153. If the radar is switched on, then the left lobe can only look directly into the Northwest, which is the identical direction the radar must look if it is to monitor the approaches to Australia's island territories. If as Defence has claimed, in statements to a number of media on 17-18 March 2014, that JORN was monitoring the northwest shelf area out to the island territories, then the left lobe was clearly switched on," he explained thoroughly.

With this, he explained that JORN can search most of the way to India.

"Given this, the only way for the radar not to have detected something like MH370 is for it to be switched off at the time, which raises its own questions."

The most interesting detail the Mr La Franchi pointed out is that Australia, Malaysia, Singapore and the United Kingdom jointly operate the Five Power Defence Arrangement (FPDA) integrated air defence centre based in Malaysia.

He said that Australia had even funded the modernisation of the centre back in 1990. The modernisation entailed for the centre to be able to "recognised air picture" of all of Southeast Asian airspace using feeds from both civil and military radars.

"That centre has a live feed into the Australian Air Defence Ground Environment (ADGE) which underwent extensive modernisation across the 2000s. The FPDA integrated air defence data is fused with data from JORN in the ADGE, with this data available in real time at centres in Adelaide, Canberra and Newcastle," he explained.

With this information at hand, Mr La Franchi could not understand why MH370 was never detected by Australian system.

"If the FPDA recognised air defence picture was operating - and it appears from Malaysian media claims that it was - then Australian defence force personnel would have been able to see that same data at the same time."

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 27, 2014 11:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

MH370: Passengers were already dead from suffocation by the time plane hit the ocean, report finds
yeah right!
Proof these newspapers will print anything
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/australasia/mh370-passengers-w ere-already-dead-from-suffocation-by-the-time-plane-hit-the-ocean-repo rt-finds-9567396.html

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 28, 2014 3:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

TonyGosling wrote:
MH370: Passengers were already dead from suffocation by the time plane hit the ocean, report finds
yeah right!
Proof these newspapers will print anything
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/australasia/mh370-passengers-w ere-already-dead-from-suffocation-by-the-time-plane-hit-the-ocean-repo rt-finds-9567396.html


Some of the comments to article demonstrate the general skepticism of these sort of news reports...

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salparadise 12 hours ago
So, no plane, no wreckage, no bodies and no flight recorder but "they know" what happened prior to it hitting the ocean.

And they wonder why Officialdom has a credibility problem.


Barry Bucket 12 hours ago
Based on the same information, which is nil, the plane is equally likely to be on the Moon.



Stewart Dorward 15 hours ago
'....report finds.' Shouldn't that read theorises.
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