“Did Serco Skyjack MH 370 With Exelis Waypoint Patent On Singapore Airlines Flight 68?”
Source: Cabal Times
Conspiracy Theory Review-Analysis; Did Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 disappear by shadowing Singapore Airlines Flight 68?
Nine days after Flight MH370 vanished into thin air, IT professional and aviation enthusiast Keith Ledgerwood came up with an interesting observation. As we are aware, MH370 vanished after turning off its transponder, and this disappearance was covered in detail at Cabal Times. What if MH370 started shadowing the flight path of another Boeing 777 which still had its transponder turned on to escape radar scrutiny? After meticulously digging up all other flights in the vicinity, he arrived at the conclusion that MH370 was shadowing Singapore Airlines Flight 68 (SIA68) from Singapore to Barcelona. The following is a review of this gamechanging theory.
For the record, Keith is not exactly into conspiracies. To quote Keith in his own words,
I am not a conspiracy theorist and live in a very factual, data-driven world 99% of the time. That said, I do find this scenario very troubling if it indeed pans out to be true as it has huge security implications for the world at large. I was directed by a reader to the book “Reamde” by Neal Stephenson who writes of this similar scenario to disguise the theft of an airplane!
Keith first charted the course of MH370, from the point where its transponder was turned off to the point where it was last seen on Malaysian military radar. In technical terms, MH370 was last seen on an airway dubbed “P628.” Pilots use navigational aids called waypoints. And on P628, MH370 was heading to a waypoint dubbed “IGREX.” MH370 should have been at the coordinates 1815UTC when Malaysian military radar lost contact of it.
Keith started out by searching which other planes had been at 1815UTC. And sure enough, another Boeing 777 was there!
MH370 had maneuvered itself directly behind SIA68 at approximately 18:00UTC and over the next 15 minutes had been following SIA68!
I investigated further and plotted the exact coordinates of Singapore Airlines flight number 68’s location at 1815UTC onto the aviation map. I quickly realized that SIA68 was in the immediate vicinity as the missing MH370 flight at precisely the same time. Moreover, SIA68 was en-route on a heading towards the same IGREX waypoint on airway P628 that the Malaysian military radar had shown MH370 headed towards at precisely the same time.
It became apparent as I inspected SIA68’s flight path history that MH370 had maneuvered itself directly behind SIA68 at approximately 18:00UTC and over the next 15 minutes had been following SIA68. All the pieces of my theory had been fitting together with the facts that have been publically released and I began to feel a little uneasy.
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