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Day 926…WELCOME ABOARD— Attention all victims, take legal notice. I can’t do this for you. -cap
It’s NO ACCIDENT!! Malaysian officials bet against Boeing’s WARNINGS and lost. Fraud and homicide now plague Malay Officials within our Flight 370 ICAO Investigation. Their secret was assured until these definitive facts fell on me, after ~ 800 days investigating. It’s over –cap.
To: Mr. John Delisi, Director Office of Aviation Safety. NTSB
From: Captain Dirck Hecking, Air Accident Investigator. MH 370
Cc: Mr. Liow Tiong Lai, Malaysian Transport Minister.
Cc: Daniel JT O’Malley Australian Transport Safety Bureau.
Memorandum of Causality & Fraud – Regarding the Loss of Malaysia Flight 370
By Captain Dirck Hecking
Introduction. Contrary to the position of Malaysian officials, I present the following in support: 1.) this June 05, 2004 “concerned” photo, as my offer in proof Malaysian officials are directly responsible for the loss; and 2.) Malaysian officials have acted with unlawful intent and contemplated harm in furtherance of a scheme to defraud and cover the crime, by omitting critical facts from the state’s own ICAO annex 13 safety investigation, ‘factual information’: by a.) Withholding Boeing’s ALERT Service Bulletin 777-53A0068 issued June 12, 2013, ~ eight months prior to the loss. Topically addressed to decompression and loss of cabin integrity; b.) Withholding the United States of America’s rule-making follow-on Airworthiness Directive, wherein, the legislative body adopts and makes law backing up Boeing all the way; c.) Withholding the spot on comments from the United States Embassy of the timely reception of radio transmissions from Captain Zaharie Shah from the cockpit, which translates in any language, as a fulfillment of Boeing’s ALERT Service Bulletin prophecy… “This is Malaysia 370 Cabin Disintegrating Landing Sought”
Boeing delivered the new plane in Everett Washington, on June 5, 2002. Our “concerned” photo of September 5, 2004, in Zurich Switzerland, shows the plane had been provisioned like others on the line, with Boeing’s defective adapter plate. The red circle in the expanded view shows the glimmering feature, which had been abandoned and covered in place. The more connective, Ball Aerospace SATCOM system is also visible here as a vertical glimmer above the portside door. It’s fair to believe, all of this work was done to the specifications of the times; Although, no one knew the original Boeing centerline mounting adapter, was chaffing its way to disaster (SATCOM antenna or not). How fortunate that mere glimmers and shadows like these, would finally lead me in.
Boeing ALERTED operators of 1,202 aircraft, on June 12, 2013, (and simply stated) …One operator showed us cracks … Stop flying your planes immediately… Climb onto the cabin roof … Measure 1,601 inches aft of the nose and find your skin crack, beneath our defective adapter plate … We have approved mitigation programs in place, to help you efficiently handle damages … if you don’t get it, call us for more… Don’t fly your planes before completing crack mitigation! … Because, “Your cracks that are not found and repaired, can propagate to the point, where the fuselage skin structure cannot sustain load limit! This can result in possible decompression and loss of structural integrity.” – Malaysian officials got notice to inspect, find and repair to Boeing standards, nearly eight months before the loss.
Malaysian officials blew off my documents, leading up to the presentation of this well vetted photo. This is prima fascie evidence, never before introduced by anyone, as the cause of the loss… In my view it presents as probable cause / definitive proof, Malaysian officials are squarely responsible for the disaster. Rather than have a look and comply with the urgent safety notice, officials’ institutionalized wanton indifference, towards Boeing’s June 12, 2013, fleet grounding, ALERT Service Bulletin. –None of this had to happen. There is only one missing plane. There is only one photo like that.
Lukas Kinneswenger in Zurich, on Sept. 5, 2004 (airliners.net), had good fortune in taking this keystone photograph. I’d stepped up to the challenge alone on day five of the crisis. Now more than 800 days on my quest the world has an answer despite cover and indifference by Malaysian officials before I found it. Matters like this have a regular idiom association… ”It’s like trying to find a needle in a haystack;” whilst here, if I may add…We find Malaysian officials know where the needles are… and busy themselves stacking hay around them. There is an ugly legal term for the insufferable mind blowing behavior, “prolix.”
Revised through August 24, 2016. …and steady she goes through November 11, 2016.