VT Working Group Says “Plane is on the Ground”
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
The group assigned to discovering the fate of Malaysian Airlines flight 370 has concluded that the flight was hijacked. Our first direction was “crash.” Within minutes of the disappearance, we discovered the plane had been damaged while on the ground in Shanghai.
I can see the plane being crashed into a military facility in the Ukraine, to be blamed on Russia. This is me, not the group. Whatever the scenario and we have run many, the plane is slated, in our estimation, to be used in a terror attack.
Our group includes senior FBI (retired) and airline security personnel, mostly former US Air Force with background in special operations.
We looked at the pilots, found problems there, a tendency to keep the cockpit door open, too much “socializing” with female crew members, things like that.
We then looked at the plane, particularly the aeronautics bay, how many hijackers could hide there.
For those who don’t know, it is a “crew party zone” with heat and air conditioning that runs all the way to the cargo bay.
We were told there was a cargo onboard worth $400m. I list that as unconfirmed.
We then compared how to get in and out of the aeronautics bay. Some planes, you come out in First Class, others open more toward the front than that.
Our first guesses toward range put the plane down in Southeast Asia. Then we looked at the fuel loadout and we ended up with 5 hours of flight time at 550 mph. As our members tend to think of terrorism conventionally, their guess was Somalia.
I will not speculate about passengers.
I was asked to write this because there is speculation that this plane could be used in a terror attack. Israel was mentioned.
I see no reason to assume that.
With today’s revelations from Anonymous Ukraine that the US is actively involved in planning terror attacks against air facilities in the Ukraine and planning to blame it on Russia, having a “flying bomb” with this kind of capability simply disappear is even more suspicious.
For those unware of the hacked emails, this is the text from one of them:
Oleg , an urgent need poshumity on behalf of Russians at the airport in Melitopol. This should be done by March 15 . Sam understands why.
First of all you must contact Pasha Tarasenko. You must know him , he is a local Liberty and has a theme.
Before you arrive 10-12 boys from the Centre. Top fighters Trident . Chief Mike there , you should know it too . Details will know him. We need people to meet and provide everything you need.
Proceed with caution. Speak only Russian. 25 team is executing combat missions , so do not do them much damage to aircraft . There is a lot of scrap metal, with it you can do anything . Damaged aircraft you specify. It is essential that all was as real attack neighbor’s Special Forces. But without corpses.
Give me again your account. The money will come in time, do not worry.
See the appendix . This is an example of action. Decisions are made in person.
Here is another:
Basil , you must quickly carry out proactive in Melitopol. There’s 25 aviation brigade . Must zamaraty our sworn friends and good neighbors. I think you understand me.
Just proceed carefully and cautiously. 25 brigade combat mission out , so do not do them much damage to aircraft . There is already damaged aircraft , that He can do everything. Yihny board numbers you give. Remember , you need everything to be as real attack of the Russian Special Forces.
Brigade commander there is a reasonable man . Details of know he will not, but in extreme cases it can turn to. We did come.
And one more:
Events are moving rapidly in Crimea. Our friends in Washington expect more decisive actions from your network.
I think it’s time to implement the plan we discussed lately. Your job is to cause some problems to the transport hubs in the south-east in order to frame-up the neighbor.
It will create favorable conditions for Pentagon and the Company to act.
Do not waste time, my friend.
Jason P. Gresh
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army
Assistant Army Attaché
U.S. Embassy, Kyiv
Tankova 4, Kyiv, Ukraine 04112
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COL Igor PROTSYK
Chief, Bilateral Military Cooperation Division
Main Directorate for Military Cooperation and PKO
General Staff, Armed Forces of Ukraine
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