I have spent the last three weeks on holiday in Tasmania from Vancouver with my brother John Hawkins to celebrate Easter.
Having read the Australian over the Easter weekend I write this as a sequel to “Where is it? MH370……”written by my friend and colleague Field McConnell and first published on Tasmanian Times… http://tasmaniantimes.com/index.php/article/where-is-it-mh370-flight-to-be-simulated.
The Australian, April 17, 2017
‘Greg Hood, chief commissioner of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, has refused to release material about the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau has invoked draconian legislation in refusing to release material about its search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, warning that any bureau employee who provides such information to the public or a court could face two years in jail.’
I write in an effort to shame Greg Hood and his handlers in the Australian Government who have ordered the Chief Commissioner and Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau to refuse to release material about the search and the tracking of the missing MH Flight 370 and have threatened two years of jail time for bureau employees who provide any such information.
Do you have any whistle blower protection laws in Australia and if not why not?
Some ATSB officers have doubts about the agency’s official line that MH370’s pilots were unconscious or dead in a “ghost flight” which ended with the Boeing 777 going down in an unpiloted crash as expressed to victim families who seek documents, according to the Australian, giving: ‘opinions of international experts, including from the US and British air crash agencies, Boeing, aerospace group Thales, and British satellite group Inmarsat, about satellite data that automatically tracked the course of MH370.’
The ATSB Chief Commissioner may be trying to avoid a charge of spoliation of, or tampering with, evidence in e-discovery matters, where records in electronic form such as SMS messages are often difficult to retrieve or monitor.
It is impossible that those in charge of the high-tech, cutting-edge Pine Gap facility lost track of MH370 as it flew down the West Australian coast to be ditched in the Southern oceans.
If they did, what is the purpose of this facility in regard to the protection of Australia from attack by hostile neighbours to the north?
I suggest that the flight was controlled using technology that may be better understood, seen and discussed at the following links …