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« on: Jul 30, 2018, 06:21:10 am »
 

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MH370 investigators say they cannot rule out hijacking as 400-page report reveals doomed passenger jet was likely diverted from its flight path deliberately - as angry relatives say they've failed to provide answers

    * Malaysian government has released its final report on MH370 mystery today

* The flight went missing en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014

* 'Every word recorded by the investigation team will be tabled in this report'

* It comes after years of conspiracy theories surrounding the doomed flight

* Officials 'can't exclude possibility there was unlawful interference by third party'

* Investigation report also said the aircraft has turned back 'under manual control'


By Kate Darvall and Josh Hanrahan For Daily Mail Australia and Julian Robinson for MailOnline and Afp
Published: 23:07 BST, 29 July 2018
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6004975/Mystery-surrounding-Malaysian-Flight-MH370-laid-rest-final-report.html

Investigators probing the MH370 mystery today said they cannot rule out the possibility it was hijacked as they released a 400-page report into the disappearance of the doomed flight. Officials said the plane, which went missing en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014 with 239 on board had diverted from its flight path manually rather than due to a mechanical fault while 'interference by a third party' could not be excluded.

But angry families of those on board remain without definitive answers to one of aviation's greatest mysteries after experts said they are still unable to say why exactly the Boeing 777 disappeared. Years of investigations have found no firm evidence as to what happened to the Malaysia Airlines plane.

This morning, families of missing passengers said the Malaysian government's final report on the aircraft had no new findings and officials said they were 'unable to determine the real reason for the disappearance'. But while finding the plane was airworthy and the pilots were in a fit state to fly, the report did highlight mistakes and protocols and guidelines that were not followed, the families told reporters after a briefing on the report.


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MH370 investigators say they cannot rule out hijacking as 400-page report reveals doomed passenger jet was likely diverted from its flight path deliberately - as angry relatives say they've failed to provide answers

Maybe they should ask the Ukranian government about it.





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Reminds me of TWA 800 now. About twenty years later ---> "Oh yea, btw, the navy shot it down on accident. Oops sorry." Now no one cares.

Information that the plane simply went back under manual control, really tells us nothing.



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Reminds me of TWA 800 now. About twenty years later ---> "Oh yea, btw, the navy shot it down on accident. Oops sorry." Now no one cares.

Information that the plane simply went back under manual control, really tells us nothing.



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Which in turn reminds me of Siberia Airlines Flight 1812



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Re: MH370 - Mystery Solved ? - LOL
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60 minutes Australia did a good job of obfuscation like any "loyal" ally would.



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Findings and Non-Findings: The MH370 Report






It does little to allay the grief of relatives and friends, but the MH370 report on the doomed, and ever spectral Malaysian passenger liner merely added smidgens of further speculation.  The report from Malaysian authorities into the disappearance of the Boeing 777 on route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur on March 8, 2014 will do little to contain the fever that accompanies such stories of disappearance, with MH370’s vanishing deemed by The Washington Post “the biggest airplane mystery since the disappearance of Amelia Earhart.”

The Post has a point, and Earhart’s vanishing, along with navigator Fred Noonan over the Pacific in July 1937 during an attempt to circumnavigate the globe did prompt a costly effort to rival that of the fruitless search for MH370: a sixteen day, Presidentially mandated scouring of an area the size of Texas comprising nine vessels, four thousand crewmen, sixty-six aircraft and a bill of $4 million.
Kok Soo Chon

The chief investigator did dangle a few theories: there might have been interference from any one of the 237 people on the plane with the pilots. “We cannot establish if there was third partly involvement but we also cannot exclude unlawful third party interference.”

As for the pilots themselves:  “We examined the pilot, the flight officer.  We are quite satisfied with their background, with their training, with their mental health, mental state.  We are not of the opinion that it could have been an event committed by the pilot.” Spam_A Spam_B That said, there was an undeniable fact: “that there was an air turnback.  We cannot deny the fact that, as we have analysed, the systems were manually turned off with intent or otherwise.”  Tantalisingly, the motives are left to be pondered over, built upon and inflated.

Agency, in short, is everything; and speculation about how that agency manifested itself has been frenetic and rife.  Pilots Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah and co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid have furnished investigators and conspiracy theorists over the years ample, if somewhat indigestible fodder.  The MH370 investigation team preferred a different diet of solids.  The rest have been left to fill in the blanks.

The captain had certainly done his bit to excite various opinions, with Malaysian police documents suggesting that he had been practising a “suicide route” on his home flight simulator.  But as ever, the police were simply patching together scenarios rather than accepting them.  The Australian was more brazen: Zaharie had hijacked the plane, locked the co-pilot out, depressurised the plane only to then re-pressurize it before landing gracefully upon the waters of the southern Indian Ocean then sinking it.

Such pictures of horrifying finality are always sealed by theories of the mandatory cover-up.  In Earhart’s case, one catchy, and very elastic version, is that US Secretary of the Navy James V. Forrestal felt disposed to conceal the destruction of Earhart’s Lockheed Electra 10E at Aslito Field on Saipan in 1944.  The aeronautical beast, so goes this theory, survived its occupants.  Destroying the beast would destroy speculation.

Forrestal’s diaries remain silent on the issue, but this did not discourage the idea that Japanese forces might have been responsible for doing away with the two flyers in an act of blood lust.  This, suggest Thomas E. Devine and Richard M. Daley in <a href="https://books.google.com.au/books?id=KfDuT1UmVNoC&pg=PA51&lpg=PA51&dq=Forrestal+Earhart&source=bl&ots=8ZvQlijiNf&sig=bh00G-tfpU0J0gqhDDoSzxBlzVk&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwia9erIs8jcAhXHE7wKHc06BfQQ6AEwBXoECAUQAQ#v=onepage&q=Forrestal Earhart&f=false">The Amelia Earhart Incident[/url], could well have been a pre-war Japanese atrocity against Earhart and Noonan, who “conceivably flew hundreds of miles off course and might well have observed forbidden military preparations in the Japanese Mandates.”  Forrestal, being savvy to a post-war order where Japanese assistance would be needed to counter the communist menace, kept mum on the whole affair.

Those working for the Australian Transport Safety Bureau have been irritated with the cover-up narrative regarding MH370, breaking their silence this year.  “There’s no earthly reason,” claimed an agitated Peter Foley, “why someone in control of an aircraft would exhaust its fuel and then attempt to glide it when they have the option of ditching.”

The authorities, however, have not covered themselves in professional, well-regarded glory.  The Ministry of Transport did not see fit to have representatives to answer questions from family members.  The report is also silent on the foot-dragging.  It took hours before any interest was taken in pursuing the flight.  When a search did commence, eight days were wasted in a mistaken spot.  Then came 1,605 days of waiting for an unsatisfactory 449 page report.

Left with such questions, those seeking answers have filled the void of grief with legal actions and repeated promptings for clarification.  Voice 370, a group claiming to represent the victims’ relatives, is keen to identify “any possible falsification or elimination of records related to MH370 and its maintenance.” The legend, agonisingly unresolved, will only proliferate in form and versions, aided by Kok’s own observation this was not “the final report. It would be presumptuous of us to say it is.”




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Flight MH370 an experiment?

"...The fact that there was 20 personnel who work for a Texas company who has supposedly introduced a new technology that can cloak planes and keep them hidden led to a wide variety of conspiracy theories circulating the web. Was it part of a radar clocking test like in the Philadelphia project in 1953? "

https://www.disclose.tv/philadelphia-experiment-flight-mh370-309613



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Igor Ivanovich Strelkov (Girkin) said the bodies weren't fresh. Corpses were dead prior to takeoff.



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MH370 – WAS THERE A COVER-UP? Now investigators are being investigated

A REPORT into the unexplained disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 is being investigated by France following shocking claims of a cover up.


By Carly Read
11:28, Tue, Aug 7, 2018 | UPDATED: 13:07, Tue, Aug 7, 2018

France’s air transport watchdog has blasted the 449-page report submitted by the Malaysian government that rubbished popular theories of damage to the Boeing 777 aircraft and that pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah was somehow responsible as possible reasons for the plane to mysteriously vanish with 239 people on board.

But the document does state “do not exclude the intervention of a third party” without going into any further detail - triggering a probe by France into technical data issued in the document.

France’s involvement is based on the fact four victims onboard the aircraft were French – so the nation has been given the go-ahead to further investigate the technicalities of the doomed flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

The victims were named as Laurence, Amber, Yan and Hadrien Wattrelos.

French publication Le Parisian reports: “Today, it is the research section of the Gendarmerie Air Transport (SR-GTA) that continues the investigation at the request of justice.

“And at an angle that will allow to put everything flat, according to our information.”

Flight MH370 became the world’s greatest aviation mystery when it disappeared four years ago on March 8 2014 having lost contact with Malaysia Airlines traffic control near Phuket Island.

Despite several searches in the Malacca Strait and surrounding waters, the aircraft was never found and as result an array of conspiracy theories trickled in.

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Death threats force MH370 hunter Blaine Gibson into hiding
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Death threats force MH370 hunter Blaine Gibson into hiding
http://www.news.com.au/travel/travel-updates/incidents/death-threats-force-mh370-hunter-blaine-gibson-into-hiding/news-story/777109012716aed1909d3fd728cf73dc





'Authorities are actively investigating a possible link between the discovery of two suspected MH370 fragments that washed up on Madagascar and the assassination of a Malaysian diplomat, it can be revealed.

Honorary Consul of Malaysia Zahid Raza was gunned down in the centre of the island nation’s capital Antananarivo on August 24, 2017 — eight days after American plane hunter Blaine Gibson handed over the “promising” pieces of debris to local police via an associate.

Mr Raza had been tasked with the job of escorting the wreckage to Kuala Lumpur for analysis but was murdered before he could do so.

In an exclusive interview with news.com.au, Mr Gibson has revealed those two fragments never made it to Malaysia.

Instead — more than 18 months on — they are gathering dust in an undisclosed location in Madagascar while the probe into Mr Raza’s murder continues.

Mr Gibson said MH370 investigation team chief Kok Soo Chun told him Malaysia had requested delivery of the fragments but had yet to receive a response.

“The diplomat was murdered eight days after I handed those pieces in,” Mr Gibson told news.com.au.

“I don’t know if they are related, but the timing is highly suspicious.”'



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