Image for MH370: Simulation stymied as it all gets curiouser and curiouser

CNN correspondent Martin Savidge, left, with simulator pilot Mitchell Casado broadcast from the simulator ... before Casado was fired ... Read all about it HERE

The veteran pilot planning to simulate missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 - and demonstrate that the plane’s systems could be hacked and remotely controlled - has been stymied.

Field McConnell - career pilot with US Northwest Airlines and a veteran marine flying Phantom and Viper jets ( bio here ) - was prevented from accessing the simulator - located in Mississaugo, Ontario, near Toronto, Canada - by International news organisation CNN.

Here is Field’s explanation (in aviation-speak):


#1946: CNN Blocks Marine’s May Day Exposé of Serco 370 Sim-Track, Obama Red Switch Hack
Plum City – ( CNN has blocked United States Marine Field McConnell’s plans for a May Day video exposé of Serco director Maureen Baginski’s apparent use of a uFly simulator in the March 8 tracking of the Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot of MH Flight 370 and hacking of Flash Override privileges on Obama’s Defense Red Switch Network.

In the context of the Tas Times article (see link) and slide in Serco shares, McConnell – a 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot with 23,000 hours of safety – arrived at the uFly site near Toronto airport to find that the owners had a binding contract with CNN and refused to let him make his May Day video.

Abel Danger researchers have therefore made a spoliation inference that CNN is blocking the use of uFly’s Boeing 777-200 simulator to stop anyone from exposing its March 8 Wag the Dog story and the Serco hackers who are managing Obama’s phony Red Switch search.

McConnell will now look for an independently-booked simulator on which he can make a video to show the probable track flown by the Obama Crossed-Keys Red Switch hackers who allegedly set up a Serco man-in-the-middle attack on the MH 370 pilots and air traffic controllers and apparently generated CNN Wag the Dog stories to conceal the fate of the passengers after a Cat III C landing on the British Indian Ocean Territory of Diego Garcia.

McConnell and his business partner David Hawkins ( here ) are now seeking another simulator to test their belief that MH370 was hacked and taken over using Boeing’s Uninterruptible Autopilot (BUAP). BUAP was developed after the 9/11 attack on New York’s Twin Towers to prevent terrorists ever taking over airliners.

Stay tuned ...

• Jon Sumby, in Comments: Talk about spooky stuff. Yes, they can track anything going on in the entire region we are talking about and Pine Gap’s communication systems are the most sophisticated available utilising satellites, micro wave, low frequency and their own dedicated cable to the USA.