MH370 CIA Cover-Up: Military Tells Malaysia To Say Maldives Lied About Plane Sightings (Map)
Malaysia on Wednesday attempted to dismiss reports that residents in the Maldives saw missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 the day it departed Kuala Lumpur, reflecting that Malaysia is under the tight fist of the United States military and CIA, not known for telling truth and notorious for human rights abuses globally.
[Dupré March 18 report: Malaysia Jet Seen In Maldives! Where Drug Dealers' Boeing Refueled, Left Unannounced, Near Diego Garcia Base]
Kuda Huvadhoo Toward Diego Garcia
The mysterious and sordid Diego Garcia island, south of where the islanders sighted a jumbo, is a military base that ABC reported Wednesday as having a notable landing strip, with US military personnel. It is one of the black sites where the US has transported and detained so-called terrorists.
The Maldive’s civilian airport is also notable for a secret drug dealers’ flight exit, exposed in 2013 by a reporter in Vanuatu, BJ Skane.
[Dupré March 17 report: 2nd Boeing Untracked, Same MH370 Region]
Those considerations, added to facts that: 1) Malaysia officials based their sighting dismissal on the military, Maldives Chief of the Defence Force, 2) the Maldives was excluded from countries participating in the search and rescue (SAR) countries, and 3) the United States military base Diego Garcia south of the Maldives - more strongly suggest a U.S. military operation, coverup and false flag event, as Dupré detailed in a report Monday.
Malaysian acting transport minister Hishammuddin Hussein told reporters Wednesday in Kuala Lumpur that authorities in the Maldives told Malaysia the reports are “not true,” reports Farah Ahmed of Haveeru newspaper, who originally reported the islanders’ accounts of seeing the odd, low-flying plane with Malaysia Airlines’ stripe emblem and colors.
“I can confirm that the Malaysian Chief of the Defence Force has contacted his counterpart in the Maldives, who has confirmed that these reports are not true,” Hishammuddin said, accusing the islanders and/or Maldives’ reporters of lying.
Major General Ahmed Shiyam ndc, psc is serving as Chief of Defence Force of the Maldives National Defence Force.
Malaysian government’s transport ministry excluded Maldives from their SAR operation, one heavily domintaed by United States agencies. This is despite pings showing it in the vicinity of the Maldives.
In a statement released Sunday, the Malaysian government listed countries it appealed for assistance in their SAR regarding the missing flight: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, China, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia and France.
Several residents of Kuda Huvadhoo in the Maldives on Tuesday told Haveeru newspaper reporters that they saw a “low flying jumbo jet” at around 6:15am on March 8. They said that it was a white aircraft, with red stripes across it – “what the Malaysia Airlines flights typically look like,” the paper reaffirmed Wednseday. They noted the incredibly loud noise the flight made when it flew over houses in the island.
Eyewitnesses from Kuda Huvadhoo concurred that the airplane travelled from the North to South-East, toward the Southern tip of the Maldives – Addu. South is where Diego Garcia black site is and where Malaysia Airlines 370 had enough fuel to reach.
“A local aviation expert told Haveeru that it is ‘likely’ for MH370 to have flown over the Maldives. The possibility of any aircraft flying over the island at the reported time is extremely low, the expert added,” the paper said.
Maldives police have launched an investigation into the reported sightings of the low-flying aircraft, according to Haveeru newspaper.
The Malaysia airlines jet disappeared on March 8 with 239 people on board after departing Kuala Lumpur International Airport bound for Beijing. Investigators say it was deliberately diverted off course, what most reporters and some officials have viewed as a hijacking, while many have viewed it as a false flag.
Black Site Diego Garcia Home to Decades of Military Human Rights Abuses
Twenty-six countries are reportedly involved in the SAR after satellite and military radar data projected two huge corridors through which it might have flown – but for some reason excluded the Maldives, despite satellite data suggests that the last “ping” was received by a satellite somewhere close to the Maldives and the US naval base on Diego Garcia.
“The island atoll is a British territory in the central Indian Ocean and is home to a United States Navy support facility — not exactly a U.S. base, but home for 1700 military personnel, 1,500 civilian contractors, and various Naval equipment,” ABC reports Wednseday. ”The island — named after 16th century Spanish explorer Diego Garcia de Moguer — gained some notoriety in the past 10 years after reports claimed that the U.S. used Diego Garcia to transport and detain alleged terrorists.”
In 2008, Human rights group Liberty and its American counterpart ACLU demanded a public inquiry into allegations that a terror suspect was secretly detained in Diego Garcia, the British territory in the Maldives with .US activities there.
“Time published allegations by a former senior US official that at least one terror suspect was imprisoned on the island in a secret jail, known as a “black site”. The island had already been implicated as a “staging post” in secret flights transporting suspects from one country to another, as part of so-called extraordinary rendition measures.” (Metro)
ACLU executive director Anthony Romero stated at that time: “The ACLU is proud to join Liberty in the effort to uncover the truth about what happened at Diego Garcia.
Clive Stafford Smith, director of the legal charity organization Reprieve (that unearthed flight logs recording arrivals and departures of a CIA rendition plane at Diego Garcia), wrote in the Guardian in 2008:
British denials are difficult to square with the words of U.S. Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey … recently retired from running Southcom, the military command that oversees Guantanamo.
He was asked in May 2004 where the thousands of ghost prisoners were being held. “You know, Bagram Air Field, Diego Garcia, GuantÃ¡namo, 16 camps throughout Iraq,” he replied.
MH370 carried passengers who were possibly persons of interest to the U.S. It had over 20 employees of military-linked employees, some working for companies Congress has deemed national security risks.
‘Stealing A Nation’ (2004), an extraordinary John Pilger film, shows the plight of Chagos Islands, whose indigenous population was secretly and brutally expelled by British Governments in the late 1960s and early 1970s to make way for an American military base. This tragedy, falling within remit of the International Criminal Court as “a crime against humanity”, is told by Islanders dumped in slums of Mauritius and by British officials, who left a damning trail of Foreign Office documents.
Before Americans went to the Malives, over 2,000 people lived on those islands in the Indian Ocean, many with roots back to the late 18th century. There were thriving villages, a school, a hospital, a church, a railway and an undisturbed way of life.
The islands were, and still are, a British crown colony. In the 1960s, the Harold Wilson government struck a secret deal with the United States to hand over the main island of Diego Garcia. The Americans demanded that the surrounding islands be “swept” and “sanitized”. Unknown to Parliament and to the US Congress and in breach of the United Nations Charter, the British Government plotted with Washington to expel the entire population.
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