The Malaysian government finally released a recording, supposedly of the conversation between Malaysian Flight 370 and Air Traffic Control, but a forensic expert shows in detail that it is a bogus audio recording in a video (below).
“Why did the Malaysian government do this?” is the question needing an answer, for the sake of 239 missing persons, through an independent international investigation that is United Nations’sanctioned.
“I had the opportunity to listen to the recording and have several concerns from an audio forensic perspective,” says audio-visual forensic expert Ed Primeau of Primeau Forensics.
The scientist and Brasscheck concur with what Before It’s News reader Wiseman has said:
The audio is neither from the cockpit nor the pilots cabin.
“It’s very strange,” Primeau says.
“At approximately 1:14… 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.”
“There is no question that the recording of the air control communications of Flight 370 released today was tampered with,” reports Brasscheck TV. “What they released was clearly altered. Some material came from a different source. Other material is flat out missing. Bizarre.
“Did they think we would not notice? What on earth made them think they could get away with this?”
Sources: Brasscheck TV, YouTube