Monday, September 03, 2018

Was the MH370 report DOCTORED? Independent experts claim data logs on missing Malaysia Airlines plane may have been modified

Investigators have made a bombshell claim regarding the official report into missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, suggesting parts of it may have been doctored and the airline is withholding information.
Experts investigating the doomed jet's disappearance claim message logs released by the airline and included in the official safety report are incomplete and may have been modified.
The flight went missing en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014 with 239 people on board, and years of investigation have failed to provide definitive answers as to why the Boeing 777 disappeared.

Victor Iannello - who leads the group of independent investigators - claims he 'found some anomalies in the message logs that were included in factual information released by Malaysia', as well as the safety report.
'It is disappointing that more than four years after MH370's disappearance, we are still asking Malaysia to release withheld data,' he posted to his blog on Friday.

'The anomalies suggest the traffic logs appearing in the reports are not complete, and what appears in the reports has been modified.'

'The military radar data is another example of a data set that has never been released in full despite its significance in providing information about how the aircraft was flown after the diversion from the flight plan.'

Mr Iannello claimed text messages from the Malaysia Airlines dispatch centre on the day of the flight included in the official report may have been doctored.
03/09/18 Ben Hill/Daily Mail Australia/Mail Online