Malaysian Airlines MH370: Reunion Flaperon Confirmation Does NOT Confirm Crash Into Ocean.


by Anura Guruge

Just SOME of the Related post:
Debris does not prove MH370 crashed!
>> Why the Maldives cover up?
>> Debris on Reunion …

>> Maldives back in spotlight — Apr. 5, 2015.
>> Maldives & Sri Lanka — Mar. 15, 2014.
4 hours in air, Sri Lanka, Cell phones … 
Malaysia flight 370: My Thoughts.

++++ Search on ‘MH370‘ for other related posts including all of those that talk about the ‘Maldives‘ >>>>


                                                                                                CNN headlines from today. Click to access original.


                                                                            My post from just short of a month ago. Click to access.

OK, so now it is confirmed that the ‘flapron’, at least based on serial numbers, is from MH370 — though obviously, given the scale of this cover-up, the serial numbers could have been restamped.

But, CONTRARY to what I have already heard the likes of CNN saying, this does NOT, in any shape or form, confirm that MH370 crashed into the Indian Ocean.

No, it does not.

The ‘flaperon’ could have been ripped off a perfectly intact MH370 and thrown into the ocean to act as the red herring it is now proving to be.

I am sure you don’t know about this — a VERY FAMOUS Red Herring from WW II to totally outfox the Germans. They even used a body of a person who died from pneumonia so that there would be water in the lungs to make it appear that he drowned. So, this deception would be child’s play.


                                                                                                                                                    Click to ENLARGE and read here. Use link below to access original.

Link to Wikipedia original.

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