An American high-level executive at IBM, Phillip Wood, was also a passenger on Malaysian Flight 370. An Intellihub investigative reporter discovered that on March 18 Phillip Wood apparently sent a text message and a photo from his iPhone to an internet message board:
“I have been held hostage by unknown military personnel after my flight was hijacked. I work for IBM and I have managed to hide my cell phone in my ass. I have been separated from the rest of the passengers and I am in a cell. My name is Phillip Wood. I think I have been drugged as well and cannot think clearly.”
Phillip Wood’s cell phone was indeed an iPhone. That someone managed to shove an iPhone “in” their ass made more news than the news itself.
What, no lube? Is that even possible? Maybe it was just between the cheeks. Maybe he used a lot of spit. Would it even work again?
It may have been immediately debunked as a hoax but for the accompanying photo that was sent with the text. The photo is a pitch black image.
Maybe he didn’t take the phone out of his ass; he just stuck a finger up there and clicked the button. Ewwwwww!
Hilarious, yes, but the fact is when an iPhone takes a photograph it embeds a staggering amount of metadata into the file, data that according to some sources can be erased but not tampered with. That data includes the exact GPS longitude and latitude coordinates of the phone; an iPhone always knows where it is. The coordinates, confirmed by Google Maps, indicated that Phillip Wood had sent the photo from inside a large building on the Diego Garcia Military Base.
Thinking back on the ONE possibility story, the fire-emergency-diversion theory, as compelling as it is, and similar to other known incidents, to date still leaves one question unanswered: If the pilots were trying for an emergency landing at Langkawi and missed because they became incapacitated, the autopilot would have kept them flying straight and level on the last compass heading. That would have taken MH370 over Kuda Huvadhoo in the Maldives.
Therefore, based on ACARS network data transmissions it is completely reasonable to suggest MH370 landed at Diego Garcia. Of course, storing a Boeing 777-200 at Diego Garcia with limited hangars for any extended amount of time would be out of the question. So if it did happen, it happened fast:
The plane lands; the passengers are quickly divided into two groups – 20 Freescale employees and 1 IBM executive to the left, collateral damage to the right. The former group is herded to the torture chamber and the latter group to the gas chamber. Any important cargo aboard MH370 is unloaded and the plane is prepped for its final flight; dead bodies are loaded back onto the plane. Just as the world is learning that this plane is missing, a cloaked MH370 is flown remotely to a point some 2½ hours off the coast of Western Australia. The fuel is calculated precisely so when MH370 arrives at the designated drop zone the Boeing is circled and manipulated to hit the water nose-first and close to perpendicular with the surface, piercing the ocean like an arrow. The wings and tail tear away and the fuselage plunges to a depth of 30 or 40 metres within seconds, then sinks without resurfacing. Wing pieces and other heavy debris descend soon afterward. Buoyant debris from the passenger cabin – things like foam seat cushions, seatback tables and plastic drinking water bottles – did not bob up to the surface because the fuselage did not rupture on impact. Anyway, the Americans were drilled for a clean up operation should the need have arisen.
The Americans have always been lucky.
Jason Middleton, an aviation professor at Australia’s University of New South Wales, was just one of a dozen professionals who confirmed: “[The plane] may have gone in almost complete somehow, and not left much on the surface.”
It explains why it took the Malaysian government 5 full days to confirm early data from Inmarsat suggesting that MH370 was nowhere near the South China Sea; why it was possible and feasible for the plane to travel across “at least four” Malaysian states undetected.
Why Would America Do This?
Why America does anything: superiority! America kidnap key people on flight MH370 to extract secrets and allow unfettered access to secured Chinese data. It wins wars and according to this theory, America is going to war: Russia…Iran…North Korea….
Internet News Groups Go Ballistic:
It was running suit case nukes to terrorists. The craft was hijacked, landed, unloaded and all of the passengers, killed!
Authorities know the plane is where they say it is (of course they do). What else would have been pinging between 30 – 40 kHz? A microwave oven in reverse!
No wreckage yet, despite this massive search, nothing. Know why? America already cleaned it up.
Angus Houston, what a Yankee patsy. He’s already practising his press conference speech: “Considering the evidence was so far South from where the plane last dropped off radar, this is a remarkable discovery and a real credit to Team Australia.”
Good thing American remembered where they put that plane, otherwise Prime Minister Abbott may never have been able to make his historic announcement in Parliament. MH370 found in Australian territorial waters! Remarkable! No, not really. Australia can be unfailingly relied upon to clean up the mess, especially when the mess belongs to America. Aussies have been cleaning up after the Yanks for years: Viet Nam, The Gulf Wars, Afghanistan, War on Terror and so many other wars and the occasional police-action.
You gotta hand it to the American Military – getting Australia involved was a real master stroke.
What of the GPS longitude and latitude coordinates, as confirmed by google maps, which indicated Phillip Wood had sent the photo from inside a large building on the U.S. Military Base of Diego Garcia. “An iPhone always knows where it is.”
That’s true, however, the purveyors of myth were again hood-winking the people with half-truths. Yes, metadata can be erased, however, to say it can’t be tampered with is bogus. It can. Using very simple software almost anyone can modify the GPS coordinates of an iPhone photograph and place anyone you like anywhere in the world.
So it wouldn’t leave a software trail? No one could tell the metadata had been altered?
Correct. No trail, none. Any computer coder could do this, but there are literally millions of novice consumers of digital technology who could also alter metadata information. It’s really not that hard. You don’t have to be a super hacker. You could be a street sweeper. You could be almost anybody.
In late March 2014, speaking from The American embassy in Kuala Lumpur, press attaché Harvey Sernovitz said, “These reports are completely false. MH370 did not land in Diego Garcia. This is a baseless conspiracy theory. Washington has also addressed allegations that logs at Diego Garcia from March 8 to 10 had been wiped clean. These reports also are completely false. MH370 did not land in Diego Garcia. This is another baseless conspiracy theory.”
We have their word on that.