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MH370 Suspected Debris Strangely Being Secretly Disappeared (Photos)

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UPDATE: SAT. AUG. 8, 11:50 PST

Maldives news reporter says “expat workers” took the airplane parts, not police as previously suspected, according to resort employees.

“According to the employees, the debris had been taken away along with the rest of the waste from the resort by expatriate workers,” reports HaveeruOnline, that also says “a Police team had arrived to gather more information.”


Correction: The original article stated that police had burned the four objects. That however, has not been confirmed. It is believed they are still in the hands of authorities.


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Deepening the MH370 mystery, Maldives Islanders are reporting today that after obvious airplane debris was recently found there on May 31, most of it was collected and burned. Police quietly collected four remaining pieces this week, after photos were posted on the internet, according to local reports. Airline staff who examined photos of the debris concur they are airplane pieces.

A call to the Deputy General Manager of the resort confirmed about the objects and photos of them.

“The objects were found on Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru resort beach 30-45 days ago,” confirms Maldives Islander Mohamed Wafir on Facebook. “Currently working staff at the resort confirmed that all of these were collected and burnt. They also said that they clearly knew that these objects were aeroplane material.”

[Related Article: MH370: Maldives, Drug Dealers’ Boeing Left Secretly, Caused Chaos]

Four photographs taken of the debris were posted on Facebook. Shortly afterward, Maldives Police collected them and burned them, too, according to locals. The photographer is unknown.


“There is one piece left today. Size 5-7 inches. The resort Deputy GM [General Manager] confirmed [to] me that. Maldives Police went to resort to collect the remaining piece this afternoon,” Wafir, a Male, Maldives resident and offshore worker posted Friday at 4:30 PST on Facebook.

According to Wafir, the resort’s standard operating procedure is to transfer garbage to Thilafushi, an industrial island near Male’.

“All nearby resorts transfer garbage to Thilafushi. It was burnt in Thilafushi as per my friend working at the resort,” Wafir wrote.

James Hardy responded to the news saying, “I work for a large international airline. I and my friends who also work in aviation who have seen these photos photos all believe they appear to be aircraft parts due to the honeycomb construction.”

The discovery of the debris on La Reunion Island near Madagascar the last week of July is being treated as a “major lead” in the MH370 search, Australian officials said. Crews have been searching the southern Indian Ocean near Australia for any sign of the missing plane and have so far been unable to conclusively identify any debris belonging to the aircraft.

The same type of burning of objects has also happened on La Reunion Island, where airplane wreckage was found.

“From what I understand this is just normal practice on these island nations,” Hardy says, adding, however, that the Maldives Islanders’ findings “change everything”:

I am so blown away by those photographs posted by Mohamed Wafir I think they could be more significant than the wreckage found on reunion. Much more so.

It it can be proved that it is a piece from mh370 then it changes EVERYTHING. EVERYTHING.

  • It would rule out the current search area off Perth as I am certain that the tides and currents could never have pushed it that far.
  • It would prove to a skeptical world that the most logical place to search HAS TO BE south of where the 6 islanders saw an aircraft that morning. Which coincides with that sound event south of the Maldives too.
  • It also matches the calculations that I and Qantas pilots have done in relation to fuel endurance. If flown low and slow there was more than enough fuel to reach the Maldives.
  • Additionally witness accounts all report the aircraft was unusually low. That ALSO correlates to a low impact ditch from a low height at slow speed. Rather than 40,000.

… Again I think they could be more significant than the piece on Reunion. The time frame also gives these photos additional credibility.

Maldives Police Services visited that resort to investigate regarding the photographs and the remaining debris with them, accordiing to locals. Most probably, the remaining debris will be with Maldives Police Services now, they say.

On the morning of March 8, shortly after the Boeing airliner and its 239 passengers were reported missing, six Maldive Islanders reported seeing what they thought was possibly the aircraft flying extremely low over their island. They were oddly excluded from the official investigation.

Evidence then surfaced that two Boeings used for the disappearance, a military operation involving Diego Garcia it was speculated. If true, MH370 would likely have flown over the Maldives, as locals there said they saw. A covert MH370 military operation would explain why the six Maldives’ islander witnesses, who described the missing plane in detail, have never been interviewed by the military investigators.

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Dupré published her report about the Maldives, 2nd Boeing Untracked, Same MH370 Region, on March 16. This article suggested Malaysia Airlines’ missing Boeing flew the route a simialr Boeing did last year to refuel, the Maldives in the Indian Ocean. It left without official clearance, and flew to its next destination unannounced, an event the reader probably never knew and officials dared not mention regarding the missing Boeing. 

The recent findings in the Maldives aren’t the first of such. On March 25, it was reported that an aircraft fire extinguisher system, s suppression bottle, was found on a Maldives beach.

[See: MH370: Maldives Islanders Find Suspicious Object]

Military investigators, however, would not confirm this, according to Maldives Finest, that reported:

“On 25 March, a mysterious object, possibly a fire suppression bottle of an aircraft washed up ashore at Baarah, Maldives. Islanders first thought of it as a bomb and reported to authorities. The Maldives military has said it’s not an explosive device, but did not confirm if it was fire suppression bottle as people suspected or otherwise.”

A burning question about the new possible MH370 debris findings is: From which of the two Boeing planes used in this military operaiton would the new findings be?

With certainty, one can believe that the longer officials dismiss, try to hide, and / or lie about MH370′s Maldives links, the more the public are justified in questioning the official military MH370 story.

Copyright. Deborah Dupré, 2015. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Follow on Twitter @Deborah Dupre  See Dupré’s MH370 series with information mainstream news is censoring here.

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    • TRUTHY1

      Where is the debris that can float ? Why has nothing else been found anywhere ? Have they surveyed the trash whirlpool in the south Pacific ? That plane was disappeared deliberately and we will be told false stories about it from here on out ! Ask the Prince of the power of the air where it is. Freescale patent,Rothschild ownership of company,Chinese secret weapons components and the MH-17 connection,etc. etc….

      • Deborah Dupre

        Plus there were two planes used in this operation:
        Two MAS Jets Used In MH370 Operation -…/update-facts-about-2-malaysia-planes-used-in-crisis…
        Apr 3, 2014 – Deborah Dupré at Before It’s News has been advised on Thursday by a … To prevent confusion in presenting data on these two aircraft, …
        MH370 Malaysian PM Admits 2nd Jet Involved – Before It’s ……/mh370-not-lost-malaysian-pm-backtracks-248089…
        Apr 24, 2014 – (Before It’s News) … Deborah Dupré had reported on April 3 that two jets were used in the hijack operation. … Until the plane is confirmed as being lost, however, bereaved families will be unable to claim compensation under …
        Proof Malaysia Airlines 370 Had Clone, Radar Data Retrieved…/malaysia-airlines-370-had-secret-twin-radar-data-s…
        Mar 26, 2014 – (Before It’s News) … “We all have heard multiple stories from Malaysia claiming that the … regarding MH370′s flight path and its behavior before “missing. … the data within 48 hours of the start of this,” he told Deborah Dupré in an email. … Not only do these flights drop their data at approximately the same …

      • Deborah Dupre

        Also, as written below: Rendition is popular these days. And participating governments have a bad habit of mot logging those flight. Check out: New Chilling MH370 Diego Garcia Links /international/2014/04/new-ghost-mh370-links-to-diego-garcia-2480676.html Thank you, and keep praying for the disappeared passengers and their loved ones.

      • DK

        The patent holders were not on the aircraft, it was always a false lead, and being false in itself could have led to the aircraft being hijacked by the uninterruptible pilot system installed on all Airbus and Boeings, the software of which does not even need to be remotely controlled but could have had a flight program installed which automatically disabled all controls hijacking the aircraft and landing it.

        The only person of value would have been Philip Wood all other passengers would have been disposed of with immediate effect when the error was discovered. One thing not noticed was how the Israel Obama relations went from bedfellows to sour in March 2014 for no official reason, even though they still give the Annual $4 billion.

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    • sistersherry

      Where are the bodies? Bodies float. Surely they should have washed up somewhere by now.

      • Deborah Dupre

        Rendition is popular these days. And participating governments have a bad habit of mot logging those flight. Check out: New Chilling MH370 Diego Garcia Links /international/2014/04/new-ghost-mh370-links-to-diego-garcia-2480676.html Thank you, and keep praying for the disappeared passengers and their loved ones.

      • DK

        Bodies at sea are inconvenient in that water preserves them for long periods of time, the absence of remains means the airframe was either intact and they had time to buckle up for a splash landing or they were not on the Aircraft. However finding remains after 1 year is highly unusual, the seas are heavily fished at all times and the majority of currents would have washed parts ashore in 6 months, including bodies.

        There is a simple rule of thumb for pressure, for every 33 Feet pressure increases 14.5 PSI and the weight above that body increases by 220 lb (100 kg) meaning unless there is some outside influence such as a natural gas well the deeper the wreckage is, the more pressure acts on the gasses trapped within it decreasing the buoyancy of the body. Therefore the body in the ocean, unless it is at a shallow depth will remain trapped at depth and will never surface (Hence fishing tends to find most of the items including bodies)

        • Deborah Dupre

          DK – You say that “the absence of remains means the airframe was either intact and they had time to buckle up for a splash landing or they were not on the Aircraft.”

          Have you studied the MH370 clone evidence? According to that, passengers were not on “the” plane, but were on a clone.

          • DK

            If you remember your articles last year I was with you all the way, however Hypothetically if the passengers were still left on board at the time of disposal of the evidence, the only way their remains would sink would be to have them attached to something which would be negatively buoyant at the time of ditching/wreckage disposal.

            It is all about possibility, the in flight recorders are independent of the flight control system and the autopilot. They record their positions and have a reliability rate of 2/3 of broadcasting their last known coordinates to the Cospas-Sarsat satellites, therefore there is only a 1/3 chance of the plane ditching without broadcasting its location, odds are the aircraft was broken up, ditched without the inflight recorders or the location is known and always has been with the lack of suitable length witness free airfields within range.

            My expectation is that the part is stock with duplicate serials, has dropped to salt the investigation and/or create an excuse for closure.

      • DK

        i.e. Consider a diver who is wearing a 7 mm full wetsuit with attached hood who requires 22 pounds/10 kilograms of weight to be neutrally buoyant on the surface. If we assume that the wetsuit is providing the 22 pounds/10 kilograms of lift at the surface, then, at 130 feet/40 meters, the wetsuit will only provide 4.4 pounds/2 kilograms of lift (one fifth of the surface lift). This means that, ignoring all other factors, the diver will be 17.6 pounds/8 kilograms negatively buoyant at 130 feet/40 meters unless air has been added to the BCD to regain neutral buoyancy (

        • Deborah Dupre

          Thank you, DK.

    • unidentified

      seems like “someone” is pretending to have found pieces of the missing aircraft, the question now is why would the ptb make up a missing commercial flight and then find recovered plane pieces today a year and a half later

      • Deborah Dupre

        I wonder if some have become so much closer to the truth regarding MH370, the recent debris findings are some kind of decoy for closure. On the other hand, this Maldives news, if true, could be finally blowing the lid off the cover up. One thing is for certain in my mind: whoever controls the military is the one who has been and is still trying to call all the shots.

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