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MH370 Shocker - wing found 2014 and ignored

 
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MH370 Shocker - wing found 2014 and ignored
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A fisherman - with a pilot's licence who can recognise the wing of a commercial jet - couldn't lift it in his $20,000 net and had to cut the net - informed authorities - and got told he was wrong - and that it was a shipping container fallen from a Russian ship - without looking at what he found and saw.


The authority later denied any communication.
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Authorities know exactly where the wreck is and have been making sure no one gets to salvage her - that is my opinion.
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Re: MH370 Shocker - wing found 2014 and ignored
from the above link - less than 50%


“It was a bloody great wing of a big jet airliner,” said Olver to the Sydney Morning Herald.

“I’ve questioned myself; I've looked for a way out of this. I wish to Christ I'd never seen the thing... but there it is. It was a jet's wing,” he added.

Olver said he is happy to give authorities the coordinates of where he found the wing, believing it could help families of those onboard the doomed flight know the fate of their loved ones.

The crew members had to cut $20,000 net after they were unable to get the jet’s wing onto their vessel.

They alerted authorities yet a few hours after making the call, an Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) official contacted Olver to tell him it was most probably a shipping container that had fallen from a Russian ship.

However, the AMSA said they never received a call.
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Re: MH370 Shocker - wing found 2014 and ignored
The coordinates are here.

He has had a couple of heart attacks and only one crew member left alive.


He emailed the search company and they ignored him.



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Re: MH370 Shocker - wing found 2014 and ignored
It's possible they took a wing off - maybe from a crash land and dumped the wing and the flaperon as decoys or something.


Still looking - pretty sure this isn't a plane - please confirm:


https://imgur.com/a/2eeuYeA




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Re: MH370 Shocker - wing found 2014 and ignored
They didn’t think to photograph it?
Any sarcasm in this post is purely intentional.
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Re: MH370 Shocker - wing found 2014 and ignored
They didn’t think to photograph it?
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I don't know - they sound like old boomer fishermen - only captain and x1 crew member left alive - it took them a day to cut it free from the net.



The coordinates he gives are:

37 degrees and 12 minutes south and 138 degrees and 16 minutes east I think - it's in there - now check this out:


decimal points = zero in clock time and 12 minutes is also zero so 37-12 = 370


M is 13th letter of alphabet
H is 8th letter of alphabet
together that is 138 - the longitude given.


MH370
This often happens with events - so I think he found the wing of the plane.



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Last Edited by HairyBarbarian on 01/05/2024 11:17 PM
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For all we know, there are photographs; when he contacted people - by phone and email - he did say get back to me if you want more information - but no one did.
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Re: MH370 Shocker - wing found 2014 and ignored
Authorities know exactly where the wreck is and have been making sure no one gets to salvage her - that is my opinion.
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Yup,

USA have satellites and monitoring stations dotted all around the world including in the middle of the Indian Ocean. US Air Force units based on Diego Garcia...

36 MSG, Pacific Air Force
Det 1, 730th Air Mobility Squadron, Air Mobility Command
Det 1, 21st Space Operations Squadron, a Satellite Control Network Remote Tracking Station, Space Operations Command
Det 2, a GEODSS facility, Space Operations Command

Then there's Pine Gap in Australia employed to intercept and record weapons and communications signals from countries in Asia, China, North Korea and India. Processing station for geosynchronous satellites engaged in signals intelligence collection, outlining four categories of signals collected:

telemetry from advanced weapons development, such as ballistic missiles, used for arms control verification;
signals from anti-missile and anti-aircraft radars;
transmissions intended for communications satellites.

They can track any metal object in the sky that is not Squawking ADSB information.

As soon as any plane switches off a transponder in mid flight alarms would go off. This is what billions of tax dollars is spent on.

They know exactly when and where it went.
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Re: MH370 Shocker - wing found 2014 and ignored
the same coordinate set in the northern hemisphere

37.120000, 138.160000 (this isn't dms but not sure which meant in article)

- this is Niigata Japan - currently effected by the Niigata Noto Toyama earthquake - the place the coast guard rescue were on their way to from Haneda, when they got hit on the runway 34R at Haneda.



It makes me wonder about story-telling through parallel events.

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Re: MH370 Shocker - wing found 2014 and ignored
Authorities know exactly where the wreck is and have been making sure no one gets to salvage her - that is my opinion.
 Quoting: HairyBarbarian


Yup,

USA have satellites and monitoring stations dotted all around the world including in the middle of the Indian Ocean. US Air Force units based on Diego Garcia...

36 MSG, Pacific Air Force
Det 1, 730th Air Mobility Squadron, Air Mobility Command
Det 1, 21st Space Operations Squadron, a Satellite Control Network Remote Tracking Station, Space Operations Command
Det 2, a GEODSS facility, Space Operations Command

Then there's Pine Gap in Australia employed to intercept and record weapons and communications signals from countries in Asia, China, North Korea and India. Processing station for geosynchronous satellites engaged in signals intelligence collection, outlining four categories of signals collected:

telemetry from advanced weapons development, such as ballistic missiles, used for arms control verification;
signals from anti-missile and anti-aircraft radars;
transmissions intended for communications satellites.

They can track any metal object in the sky that is not Squawking ADSB information.

As soon as any plane switches off a transponder in mid flight alarms would go off. This is what billions of tax dollars is spent on.

They know exactly when and where it went.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37929882



Yes. I wouldn't be one bit surprised if they heart-attacked this guy and banged out his crew one by one.


You don't just ignore info like that if you're not profiteering from a fake search.
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Re: MH370 Shocker - wing found 2014 and ignored
There appears to be some aircraft debris to the side of the runway at Komodo - and also some drag marks forming a path to the north and south of the main piece of debris.


Series of images:


https://imgur.com/a/8H1xORc




the location on the grid ref doesn't have the debris and isn't dated.
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Re: MH370 Shocker - wing found 2014 and ignored
I have tried zooming in a bit on the debris

https://imgur.com/a/WJsO0F0



a few images there.


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