#MH370 : islamic suicide terror.

New York has obtained a confidential document from the Malaysian police investigation into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that shows that the plane’s captain, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, conducted a simulated flight deep into the remote southern Indian Ocean less than a month before the plane vanished under uncannily similar circumstances. The revelation, which Malaysia withheld from a lengthy public report on the investigation, is the strongest evidence yet that Zaharie made off with the plane in a premeditated act of mass murder-suicide.

The document presents the findings of the Malaysian police’s investigation into Zaharie. It reveals that after the plane disappeared in March of 2014, Malaysia turned over to the FBI hard drives that Zaharie used to record sessions on an elaborate home-built flight simulator. The FBI was able to recover six deleted data points that had been stored by the Microsoft Flight Simulator X program in the weeks before MH370 disappeared, according to the document. Each point records the airplane’s altitude, speed, direction of flight, and other key parameters at a given moment. The document reads, in part:

Based on the Forensics Analysis conducted on the 5 HDDs obtained from the Flight Simulator from MH370 Pilot’s house, we found a flight path, that lead to the Southern Indian Ocean, among the numerous other flight paths charted on the Flight Simulator, that could be of interest, as contained in Table 2.

Taken together, these points show a flight that departs Kuala Lumpur, heads northwest over the Malacca Strait, then turns left and heads south over the Indian Ocean, continuing until fuel exhaustion over an empty stretch of sea.

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#MH370 – second airline head suggests something sinister afoot

A SECOND senior airline industry source has revealed his belief that there is some sort of conspiracy behind the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

Emirates president and CEO Sir Tim Clark made world headlines in October when he revealed his doubts about the fate of the missing plane, which disappeared early in the morning of March 8 this year.

In an interview with German newspaper Der Spiegel, Sir Tim voiced his scepticism about the complete lack of wreckage from the incident, and the electronic satellite “handshakes” which positioned the plane in the southern Indian Ocean.

 

Expressing scepticism ... Tim Clark, president of Emirates Airline. Picture: Simon Dawson

Expressing scepticism … Tim Clark, president of Emirates Airline. Picture: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg via Getty Images Source: Contour by Getty Images

Now a second senior airline industry source has voiced his doubts about the fate of the plane, with the even wilder claim that the Boeing 777 may have been shot down by US military personnel who were fearing a September 11-style attack on the US Navy base on Diego Garcia.

The former boss of Proteus Airlines, Marc Dugain, put forward his theory that the Malaysia Airlines plane crashed near the remote Indian Ocean island in a recent edition of Paris Match.

Dugain speculated that the plane’s computers may have been subject to a remote hacking, or an on-board fire, which prompted a diversion from its flight path.

Diego Garcia is a British territory but has been used as a significant US military base and refuelling stop since the 1970s. It is currently home to 1700 military personnel and 1500 civilian contractors.

 

Diego Garcia ... the remote wishbone-shaped Indian Ocean island is home to a major US mil

Diego Garcia … the remote wishbone-shaped Indian Ocean island is home to a major US military base. Source: Supplied

Many conspiracy theories about the island have been aired since the disappearance of MH370, but the US government has repeatedly denied that the plane came anywhere near the remote territory, which is 3600km from Africa’s east coast and 4700km northwest of Australia.

Dugain said the downing of the plane may have come about for a range of different reasons, including the possibility that it may have been shot out of the sky by the US military, who were fearing a September 11-style attack on the base.

He pointed to the testimony of residents of the Maldives, who reported seeing an airliner travelling towards Diego Garcia on March 8, but whose claims were largely dismissed.

Dugain said a fisherman on Kudahuvadhoo island told him a “huge plane … with red and blue stripes on a white background” had flown overhead at a low altitude.

The former airline boss claimed he had also been shown pictures of a strange object that had washed up on a beach of neighbouring Baraah island.

According to Dugain, two aviation experts and a military officer believed the object was an empty Boeing fire extinguisher, but the mystery object was subsequently seized by the Maldives military.

In the Paris Match story, Dugain also appeared to dismiss the “handshake technology” evidence supplied by the UK company Inmarsat, saying that such organisations were “very close to intelligence agencies”.

Calling for more information ... Chinese police officers try to control relatives of MH37

Calling for more information … Chinese police officers try to control relatives of MH370 passengers outside the Chinese foreign ministry in Beijing on December 19. Picture: AP Photo/Ng Han Guan Source: AP

Australia’s Joint Agency Coordination Centre recently announced that it had scoured 20 per cent of the search area where MH370 is thought to have gone down.

On Sunday investigators said they could finish scouring the priority zone search area by May if there were no delays with vessels, equipment or weather.

Search efforts will continue during the festive period.

The Fugro Equator is scheduled to depart for Fremantle on Wednesday after finishing its current survey, and the GO Phoenix continues its underwater search.

More than 200,000 sq km has been surveyed and 11,000 sqkm of the sea floor has been searched.

Did Lithium batteries destroy Flight #MH370?

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The news that missing Malaysia Flight 370 was transporting 200 kilogrammes of lithium-ion batteries in its cargo hold will come as little surprise to the former head of security for the United States’ Federal Aviation Administration, writes Aimée Turner.

Billie Vincent who served as the FAA’s civil aviation security chief insisted from the outset that rather than portraying the crew of the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 as saboteurs, the pilots struggled heroically to save the aircraft until overcome by smoke from a catastrophic cargo fire caused – or exacerbated – by its highly flammable lithium battery cargo.

Lithium cargo facing outright industry ban

Vincent played a key policy and crisis management role in the handling of all hijackings of US aircraft in the 1980s. He was also in charge of the agency’s armed Federal Air Marshals and served as an expert witness in the trial of the Pan Am 103 terrorist bombing.

After leaving the FAA he led an international consulting firm which was contracted in the 1990s to design and implement the security system of Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur International Airport where Flight 370, carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew, started its journey at 12.41 am on March 8 before disappearing from civilian radar en route to Beijing at 1.21 am after a final radio transmission made at 1.19 am.

Pings

Officials in Malaysia said they suspected that someone on board the aircraft first disabled the Aircraft and Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) shortly after takeoff before switching off the aircraft’s transponder in a systematic effort to render the aircraft invisible to air traffic surveillance. ‘Pings’ sent from the aircraft to an Inmarsat satellite, indicated that Flight 370 may have then been deliberately diverted and flown as far north as Central Asia or south over the Indian Ocean.

Speaking exclusively to Air Traffic Management, Vincent dismisses the likelihood of a bomb being detonated on board which would have ruptured the pressure hull of the aircraft citing the fact that the series of ‘pings’ would indicate that Flight 370 flew for up to seven more hours. That would not have been possible if its aerostructure had been compromised. If, building from the aircraft’s  final ‘ping’ satellite signals, debris is indeed found in the predicted area 1,550 miles south west of Perth, many now believe that the aircraft may not have been under active pilot control.

“The data released thus far most likely points to a problem with hazardous materials. This scenario begins with the eruption of hazardous materials within the cargo hold – either improperly packaged or illegally shipped – or both,” says Vincent.

Malaysian authorities on Friday confirmed that the missing flight was carrying lithium batteries in its cargo hold but said they did not regard them as endangering safety as standard rules had been observed in packing. “These are not regarded as dangerous goods and were packed as recommended by the International Civil Aviation Organisation,” Malaysia Airlines CEO Ahmad Jauhari Yahya told a media briefing. Until now details of the cargo manifest have been limited to four tonnes of mangosteens.

Vincent remains convinced however that a fire which started in the cargo hold progressively and serially destroyed the aircraft’s communications systems; toxic fumes quickly overwhelmed the passenger cabin and the cockpit where at least one of the flight crew managed to don an oxygen mask allowing them to turn the aircraft back to either Kuala Lumpur or Pulau Langkawi.

Flight 370 is reported to have climbed to 45,000ft which Vincent believes could have been due simply to the inability of the flight crew to clearly see and set the controls for a return.

Diversion

Vincent guesses that control could have been regained and the aircraft sent back to a lower altitude of around 25,000 ft – which is a diversion altitude set by aircraft manufacturers to prevent a fire taking further hold and which both allows better survivability while venting the avionics bays.

The final report of a UPS B747 crash in Dubai in 2010, details how that crew similarly attempted to depressurise the freighter aircraft by descendign to 10,000 ft to slow down the fire 30 seconds after the loss of aircraft systems and flight controls. In that accident in which there were no survivors, the time interval between fire detection and the onset of aircraft system failures was around two and a half minutes.

The aircraft was found to be carrying at least three shipments of lithium batteries which should have been declared as hazardous materials – but were not. Testing conducted by the FAA Tech Center in the United States after the crash indicated that even overheating caused by an unrelated fire in the cargo hold could have caused a chain reaction: “For this reason, batteries that are not involved in an initial fire may ignite and propagate, creating a risk of a catastrophic event,” stated the investigators in their final report.

http://www.airtrafficmanagement.net/2014/03/lithium-cargo-clue-to-fate-of-mh370/

 

#MH370 : lying third worlders might finally be telling the truth

TWO people have come forward claiming they know what caused Flight MH370 to disappear without a trace.

Indonesia’s police chief General Sutarman reportedly told a meeting of airline officials and senior police, “I spoke to the Malaysian Police Chief, Tun Mohammed Hanif Omar. I actually know what had actually happened with MH370.”

Indonesian news organisation Kompas.com reported General Sutarman’s comments were witnessed by a number of high-ranking police officers and Lion Air representatives.

It is not clear when the claims were made.

The astonishing comments have sparked concern that officials have always known what caused the Malaysian Airlines plane to vanish six months ago with 239 passengers and crew on board.

Inspector General of Police in Malaysia, Khalid Abu Bakar, said he was shocked at General Sutarman’s statement and promised to question him.

Concerned ... Malaysia Police Inspector General, Khalid Abu Bakar (pictured), said he wou

Concerned … Malaysia Police Inspector General, Khalid Abu Bakar (pictured), said he would speak with the Indonesian police chief. Picture: Supplied

The news comes as an aviation expert claimed MH370’s pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, was responsible for the plane’s disappearance.

Ewan Wilson, formerly the head of Kiwi Airlines, believes Ahmad Shah killed himself and his passengers by switching off the on board oxygen supply.

Wilson claims “mentally ill” Ahmad Shah locked his copilot, Fariq Hamid, out of the cockpit, depressurised the cabin and shut down all communications before turning the plane around.

Sensational claims ... an aviation expert claims MH370’s pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, cause

Sensational claims … an aviation expert claims MH370’s pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, caused the plane to crash. Picture: Supplied

He added that 53-year-old Ahmad Shah’s “suicide” followed five other “suicide flights” in recent times.

“Ahmad Shah was a man known for his methodical, thorough nature, for his love of the technical, and probably for his ego, too,” Wilson told The Mirror.

“This (crash) would have been his final sad act to his family and to the world: ‘find this one’.”

Wilson, a commercial pilot who was convicted of fraud following the collapse of Kiwi Airlines, made the sensational claims in a new book “Goodnight Malaysian 370” — named after Ahmad Shah’s last broadcast to air traffic control.

Wilson’s book, penned with New Zealand journalist Geoff Taylor, took four months to research.

No trace of the plane has been found.

A new search for the Boeing 777, which was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it disappeared, is set to be launched next month.

Search ... a new search for Flight MH370 is set to be launched next month. Picture: Suppl

Search … a new search for Flight MH370 is set to be launched next month. Picture: Supplied

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Coverup, pack of lies, Khazanah Bank uses jewish lightning, ukrainean / malaysian / thai child traffickers and online kiddie porn providers… Now corrupt police officials start leaking the truth…

Delightful.

Makes me proud to see Australia funnel BILLIONS to these tinpot third world shitholes, only to have them first use us to help them cover up the truth then leak it to embarass us once our political class has gone all in with them.

Maybe, like Africans, you can’t buy Asians… just rent them.

#MH370 : company that provided all the data not given contract to find aircraft, search continues in wrong area.

An Australian division of iXBlue and Malaysia’s government owned Petronas oil and gas enterprise will perform major parts of the contracts for the new sea floor search for missing flight MH370 off the Western Australian Indian Ocean cost from mid August. On the asset deployment front, the Asset Deployment Committee has convened to finalise the details of the contracted assets that will be deployed as Malaysian Government Furnished Equipment for the bathymetric survey and the pursuant sub surface search.

Further proof of Khazanah Bank and MAS trying to replicate #MH370 MH17 “accidentally on purpose” events

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia Airlines re-routed a Kuala Lumpur-to-London flight over Syrian airspace on Sunday after its usual route over Ukraine was closed, flight tracking data showed on Monday.

Flightradar24 posted a flight map on its Twitter account on Monday showing the change in the flight’s route. Flight tracking data showed this flight had previously crossed over eastern Ukraine.

#MH17 industrial scale coverup: “after the crime, the coverup” – PM Tony Abbott

Remember folks, no one is allowed to research anything lest you be called a “conspiracy theorist” (phrase created 1953 by CIA).

There is no conspiracy theory regarding #MH17 – except the official one!

Yes, like 9/11, 7/7, Barcelona Bombing, Bali Bombing and all the rest: the official version promoted in the lapdog media narrative is in every case… A conspiracy theory.

Mwao mwao.