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A very strong position of a pilot controlled criminal act is put forward and the evidence is stacked up behind it. Pretty compelling. It’s hard to understand why the official investigation is so at odds with this conclusion. If there’s one thing that stands out for me is the condition of the flaperon. If you accept a high speed nose dive crash into the Indian Ocean at over 800km/h where the entire 62 metre plane is destroyed in 1/3rd of a second, why did a relatively intact and ‘pristine’ flaperon wash up on a beach. With the dynamic crushing forces created, it’s just not possible for the flaperon to be intact. I’m sure there are people lining up to shoot down the information in this book. I’ll be finding those and reading them but it’s really hard to go past this simple piece of common sense.
There is a great difference in the results of investigations or surveys that try to find out what is going on, and in those that search for particular proofs. Larry Vance selected the first, and it seems that the ATSB picked the second, therefore with totally different results, which makes his the only sensible one. It is a great educational read with many photographic proofs supplied.
After the recent Tony Abbott revelation there can be no doubt that pilot suicide is the only valid explanation. How many times have we heard that an action was completely out of character? With the anniversary of MH370 coming up we can only hope that a new search takes place.