Malaysia Airlines: Facebook Deleting MH370 Radar Data
Radar data and charts of Malaysia Airlines’ ”missing” Flight 370 and its clone were deleted from Facebook and other public domain flight Internet sites, such as FlightRadar24. These scrubbed pages and other related data pages were, however, screen-captured, and are presented on this page. They’ve become more valuable since Malay officials admitted Saturday in a Beijing press conference that all related radar data and assocated information have been sealed so the public cannot access them.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Boeing 777 had a secret clone jet. This clone was established by using officials’ statements and radar data first sent to Deborah Dupré at Before It’s News by a researcher, who screen-captured the public flight data within the first 48 hours of the reported crisis – before this data was scrubbed from the Internet.
The “missing” plane with reported 239 passenger manifest is a Boeing 777 with registration 9M-MRO. The second plane is also a Boeing 777 with registration 9M-MRQ.
Radar data proving existence of the two Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 twins showed they began their flights almost simultaneously and were screen-captured on the public Internet site called FlightRadar24 the first day the plane went “missing.”
A second reader sent her screen-captured radar data to Before It’s News, so that two readers, unknown to each other, made screen captures of those radar images and related data that had been posted and then scrubbed.
After that, however, those data pages were deleted from FlightRadar24, that has to date provided no explanaiton for the deletions. Deborah Dupré at Before It’s News, however, published the screenshots last Wednesday in the article, Malaysia Airlines Smoking Gun: MH370 Had Twin Jet, Blacked Out Radar Data Retrieved.
Then, Thursday, the second Before It’s News reader contacted Dupré by email, saying she had taken the screen shots on March 8 and then posted them on Facebook’s page, MH370 Searching in Tomnod – Let us find it guys. They were deleted from there, too. Here are her entries on Facebook pages where she’s posted them:
Clicking each three sites above results in the following message:
The images are posted again below with two additional screenshots. Note the Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. The Boeing 777-200ER left Kuala Lumpur International Airport at 12.41am Saturday, March 8 at 6.41pm GMT. Contrary to original reports saying it only transmitted signals for twenty minutes, later reports stated it continued broadcasting data to Boeing for four hours after the transponder was turned off, a fact media is now omitting from history and human memories, as though it never happened.
Flight MH370 flew four to seven hours after diverging from its planned flight course. That the plane broadcast this data for hours is not in dispute, according to original articles by corporate media.
The Wall Street Journal reported: “U.S. investigators suspect that Malaysia Airlines 3786 Flight 370 stayed in the air for up to four hours past the time it reached its last confirmed location, according to two people familiar with the details, raising the possibility that the plane could have flown on for hundreds of additional miles under conditions that remain murky.”
The Guardian reported: “MH370: Missing plane could have kept flying four hours after disappearing, US investigators say… Engine data shows the plane could have kept flying for four hours after disappearing.”
The Washington Post reported: ”the plane may have flown for at least four hours after it dropped from civilian radar, U.S. officials said Thursday. A senior U.S. official said the information came from data sent via a satellite communications system by Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. That data has convinced U.S. officials that the plane’s engines continued to run for at least four hours after all other communication was lost.”
Unable to explain this, due to all members of the investigative “team” (mainly United States-based agency officials) not concurring, as stated was needed before making official statements, the Malaysian government instead announced the plane crashed in the Indian Ocean. This cannot be reconciled with flight broadcast data received, nor radar data citizens captured before it was deleted.
Below are additional screen captures, showing the two planes’ flights and locations, with enough information to show exactly where the planes were and what they were doing before the crisis was announced. The squawks for each of them, with their first transponder connection with Malaysia radar are written into the charts – for when they took off or made first contact
The screen shots show where they were flying to and from, and converted from UTC time to MYT, Malaysian time.
Everything was normal with the MRO plane. It made its normal trips. The day before it went “missing,” on March 7 at 12:54am Malaysian time, it departed Kuala Lumpur for Beijing as MH370 on a 5+ hour flight and made its first contact. Then at 3:48 am on March 7, three hours into the flight, it made another contact, this time only transmitting, using the same transponder code saying it was MRO - but without a flight number and listed as an unknown airline. This is unusual because the plane was already into flight and had reported correct information originally. The times leaving Kuala Lumpur are the first contacts for example leaving the airport.
History of MRQ
The blank spots have been checked and it appears someone tested the transpoder or moved the aircraft. It appears as though there are no conflicts with the flight time and unreported data. MRQ, however, was in service almost every day until the crisis on March 7, with no more than possibly one day off between flights.
Then, on March 5, MRQ was pulled into Kuala Lumpur International Airport on an inbound flight as MH371 and parked. It sat in Kualur Lumpur, according to this chart below, from the 5th through the 9th when it departed as MH370. MRQ was in Kuala Lumpur when the crisis began. The plane was in service often and frequently, but then not in service just before the crisis was reported. Was it parked there waiting? Or was it used?
The screenshot below shows MRO last seen near Bangkok Thailand.
Below is a screen capture showing an MH370 and Tel Aviv link.
Fitting the Narrative
Last week, China’s President Xi Jinping demanded that Malaysian officials hand over all the related radar data. Since the radar data is sealed, it is unknown if any Chinese officials will have access to the data in what has become a government-sponsored global cyber attack as well as a plane remote hijack.
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