CNN Blocks Marine’s May Day Exposé of Serco 370 Sim-Track, Obama Red Switch Hack

By ABEL DANGER

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). CNN has blocked United States Marine Field McConnell’s plans for a May Day video exposé of Sercodirector Maureen Baginski’s apparent use of a uFly simulator in the March 8 tracking of the Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot of MH Flight 370 and hacking of Flash Override privileges on Obama’s Defense Red Switch Network. 

In the context of the Tas Times article (see link) and slide in Serco shares, McConnell – a 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot with 23,000 hours of safety – arrived at the uFly site near Toronto airport to find that the owners had a binding contract with CNN and refused to let him make his May Day video. 

Abel Danger researchers have therefore made a spoliation inference that CNN is blocking the use of uFly’s Boeing 777-200 simulator to stop anyone from exposing its March 8 Wag the Dog story and the Serco hackers who are managing Obama’s phonyRed Switch search. 

McConnell will now look for an independently-booked simulator on which he can make a video to show the probable track flown by the Obama Crossed-Keys Red Switch hackers who allegedly set up a Serco man-in-the-middle attack on the MH 370 pilots and air traffic controllers and apparently generated CNN Wag the Dog stories to conceal the fate of the passengers after a Cat III C landing on the British Indian Ocean Territory of Diego Garcia. 

Prequel:
#1944: Marine Links Serco 370 Sim-In-The-Middle to Obama Crossed-Keys Red Switch Hack 

Prequel 2:
Where is it? MH370 Flight To Be Simulated 

 

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Sinking fast in a Boeing 777 simulator – Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

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ex·po·sé (ĕk′spō-zā′) n. 1. An exposure or a revelation of something discreditable. 2. A formal exposition of facts ”

Flight MH370: Unidentified Radar Blip is the Smoking Gun of the Preliminary Report
Posted on May 1, 2014 by willyloman
by Scott Creighton
Quietly and without much fanfare, the Malaysian government has released the preliminary report on the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. 

  As I speculated the other day, a key aspect of the report, and probably the reason they didn’t wish to release it, is the fact that it does mention the unidentified radar blip that the Malaysian military authorities used to redirect the search for the missing plane. It mentions it as an aircraft with the “possibility” of being Flight 370.

This is an extremely damning development for those who appear intent on insuring the plane is never found and one that could lead to the redirection of the search for Flight MH370 back to the South China Sea… where it belongs. This is from page 3 of the 5 page document published on CNN: 

At 00:42:07 MYT, MH 370 was cleared to climb to Flight Level (FL) 1803 and was issued a direct track by LUMPUR APPROACH at Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control Centre (KLATCC) to waypoint IGARI. MH 370 was transferred to LUMPUR RADAR at KLATCC at 00:42:52 MYT. 

The flight was then cleared to climb to FL 250 at 00:46:51 MYT and subsequently to FL 350 at 00:50:06 MYT. MH 370 reported maintaining FL 350 at 01:01:16 MYT and reported maintaining FL 350 again at 01:07:55 MYT. 

 At 01:19:24 MYT LUMPUR RADAR at KLATCC instructed MH370 to contact HO CHI MINH Air Traffic Control Centre (HCMATCC) on radio frequency 120.9 MHz. MH 370 acknowledged with “good night Malaysian Three Seven Zero”.

At 01:21:04 MYT, MH370 was observed on the radar screen at KLATCC as it passed over waypoint IGARI.

At 01:21:13 MYT the radar label for MH 370 disappeared from the radar screen at LUMPUR RADAR KLATCC.


It was later established that the transmissions from the Aircraft Communication and Reporting System (ACARS) through satellite communication system occurred at regular intervals starting before MH 370 departed Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at time 12:56:08 MYT and with the last communication occurred at 01:07:49 MYT.

So far this report details everything that we know about the flight accurately. It jives with the official narrative parroted by the mainstream press. But then the story diverges from the official story, telling us something that we knew from the very first days, but have been lied to about ever since:

A playback of a recording from military primary radar revealed that an aircraft with a possibility of (being) MH 370 had made an air-turn back onto a Westerly heading crossing Peninsular Malaysia. The search area was then extended to the Straits of Malacca.

As I have been saying for 6 weeks now, it is not known whether or not that radar blip which was reported to have made a turn and flown back over Malaysia was Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. The fact that it was headed directly toward Butterworth Air Force Base at a high rate of speed and military authorities did nothing to intercept it, makes one wonder how much they really knew about what it was and that it didn’t pose a threat.

Below is an image of the official flight path that was included in the preliminary report. Notice they keep the turn-back in yellow signifying it was confirmed that it was Flight 370′s path. In fact, it is still undetermined if that is accurate or not according to the report. There is no follow-up information provided by the Malaysian military to verify that assumption.

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Now take a look at that flight path, done in green and red signifying a difference in the flight path’s we know where 370 and the ones we don’t, and look at how it relates to the location of Butterworth Air Force Base (which by the way, has a contingent of Australian fighter planes at the base)

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Of course, the mainstream media is doing their best to ignore this painfully obvious problem with the official story.

“There is also confusion surrounding the role of Malaysia’s military on the night of the disappearance. Malaysia’s prime minister has said that the military tracked a plane on its radar that may have been flight MH370 as it made a westerly turn and headed back across the Malaysian peninsular. But the report makes no mention of the military at all” RT

In fact, as pointed out by RT, the preliminary report is grossly undersized, being only 5 pages. 

The report also talks about the Inmarsat satellite data being the root cause of the shift in the search area but does not provide that ping data for others to review. Between the unidentified blip provided by the Malaysian military authorities and the highly secretive “ping data” provided by a British company, the search for the missing plane in the South China Sea was halted and redirected almost as quickly as it had begun (Malaysian defense minister announced “unidentified blip” tracking less than 24 hours after the plane was missing) The search began in the South China Sea between Malaysia and Vietnam until it was revealed by satellite data that the missing plane was still airborne for seven-and-a-half hours after it lost contact with air traffic control. After this, researchers analyzing the data said the plane most likely came down somewhere in the southern Indian Ocean, off the coast of Australia. RT

After finding nothing at all in the Indian Ocean Garbage Patch and now calling off the airborne search in that area (in favor of aprivatized undersea mapping project) an Australian company says it has ‘evidence’ that the plane may be in the Bay of Bengal… ready to send us off on yet another wild goose chase.

RT reports on the improbability of this kind of “discovery” and Miles O’Brian’s outrage at it, but doesn’t seem capable of connecting the dots.

GeoResonance, an Australian firm, says it has used spectral analysis from satellite and plane images to detect the presence of aluminum, titanium, and copper in the Bay of Bengal, which it says is from a commercial jet. But GeoResonance’s claims are not supported by the majority of aviation experts.

“My blood is boiling. I’ve talked to the leading experts in satellite capability in NASA, and they know of no technology that is capable of doing this. I am just horrified that a company would use this event to gain attention like this,”Miles O’ Brien, an aviation expert, told CNN RT

In any investigation, when you come up against a wall and are desperate to find the solution, what you do is simply go back to what you know for sure, what you are 100% convinced is part of the equation.

What we know in this case is the plane is not in the Indian Ocean Garbage Patch, at least not where they looked. STEP ONE: What we know is that the “ping data” from Inmarsat is uncorroborated and until it is made available to the public and the Chinese for their own evaluation of it, it should be removed from the equation. If the data is unconfirmed and has yielded no positive results, that is the only logical thing to do.

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STEP TWO: Remove the unconfirmed military radar blip data from the equation as well.

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I can only hope that this development, this anemic preliminary report and it’s rather telling clue, leads the families of those victims of this tragic incident and the Chinese government back to the South China Sea to seek the final fate of their loved ones. 

 I can only hope that the families and anyone concerned about them apply pressure to the Chinese government to detach a fleet of their vessels to begin anew the search for Flight MH370 in the area where it was last recorded on commercial radar and where it was presumably seen burning and crashing into the South China Sea by the one witness on that oil rig. 

 That is my hope.”

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