Press release: Inmarsat, company which claims that it has data proving that MH370 crashed in the Indian ocean, refuses to release any data and any calculations proving its’ assertions
Posted on | March 24, 2014
Press release: Inmarsat, company which claims that it has data proving that MH370 crashed in the Indian ocean, refuses to release any data and any calculations proving its’ assertions. they are saying : trust us
This reminds me the series of jokes: ”Trust me, we are from the government and we are here to help you.”,
“Trust me, I’ll respect you in the morning.”
Sorry, this is too important to trust anyone’s word, we need the satellite data and the calculations!
PS. I tried the number they provided, and I got a response that this is an invalid number. Please, contact Inmarsat and demand release of satellite data and calculations, as well as names of the individuals and companies on this Air Accident Technical committee.
PSS Is their data as valid as their phone number? Just wondering. I did dial 011 international code before the number
Here is the response from Inmarsat:
RE: Contact Us Form on inmarsat.com
Customer Care to orly.taitz (19 minutes ago)
Hello Orly,Thank you for contacting us.
ISAT has been appointed as advisors to the Air Accident Technical committee and is therefore unable to discuss the circumstances surrounding Air Malaysia.
Technical Service Consultant, Technical Helpdesk
Customer Service & OperationsYeah, tell them to release the data to Orly or you'll stop using their products!
Not a shred of evidence of MH 370 crashing anywhere, not a shred of airplane wreckage. Calculations provided to us, is an insult to intelligence of 7 billion inhabitants of this planet
Posted on | March 24, 2014 | No Comments
So far not one single shred of wreckage of MH 370 was found.
The calculations provided by the “experts” so far were laughable at best. An expert with a British Expert appeared on Hannity today. He was asked how did Inmarsat figure that the plane crashed in the Indian ocean. Without blinking this “expert” said : you just figure that distance is time times speed and you divide by two and that is how we figured out.
Really??? Really??? Does he think that all of the 7 billion citizens of this planet are stupid or is he stupid?
A week ago we were already told that the satellite, that Inmarsat is using , is located at the Equator. So, taking aside the fact that we do not know the speed, the whole point is that going North or South from Equator the speed times time divided by 2 will provide exactly the same distance going North or South. No new data was received. So, as of now we got zero evidence of the plane crashing in the Indian ocean.
Of course, complete morons without a grain of deductive reasoning like Bill O’Reilly are gloating and not asking for any explanation, but so far we got nothing, no new data, no plausible calculation and no wreckage.
Please, contact every US congressman and demand a congressional hearing and production of the NSA and CIA recording of the radio communications of MH 370, as well as satellite and intelligence data.
Request for satellite data and calculations proving the location of the plane was sent to the Inmarsat to http://www.inmarsat.com/contact-us/
it was reported that Inmarsat data has pinpointed the location of the missing MH 370 in the Indian ocean. No wreckage was found and the public really needs to see the data and the calculations performed by Inmarsat, so quoting Confucius, we would not be “searching for a black cat in the dark room when it is not there”. I would greatly appreciate if you would be so kind as to provide the data and calculations to my e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Orly Taitz ESQYep, those poops at INMARSAT who won't share their toys with Orly are SO different than General McInerney whose middle name is "open sources."
Joining me now to talk about this and much more, Fox News military analyst, Lieutenant General Thomas McInerney. General, welcome back to the program. Always good to see you, sir.
RET. GEN TOM MCINERNEY: Thanks for having me, Sean.
HANNITY: You know, I know that you have a lot of sources. I know that you can't reveal them all to us. We had you on the program the other night, and it got a lot of interest from our viewers, your belief, that, in fact, this plane -- and sources that are -- that you're connected to are telling you that it may very well have landed in Pakistan. In light of this new information tonight, are your sources still confirming the same thing?
MCINERNEY: I can't say anything about that, Sean. all I can say is it would be nice, if we could identify it. ...
HANNITY: General, without exposing any of your sources, is there any way, for our audience's sake, that you could shed light on what you believe to be the credibility of the sources that you obviously are talking to, because you're not making this up out of whole cloth.
MCINERNEY: No, but it is not my sources. It's the logic that goes into everything that has come up, explains and tracks with what I was talking about. Why isn't Orly urging her minions to DEMAND answers from McInerney?