• http://www.lewrockwell.com, By Charles Hugh Smith
Now we have the report I have been expecting, via ABC News:
“U.S. officials have an ‘indication’ the missing Malaysia Airlines
jetliner may have crashed in the Indian Ocean and is moving the USS Kidd
to the area to begin searching.” I take this “indication” to mean data collected by U.S. space-based and terrestrial assets has finally been analyzed.
The U.S. is moving the search to the Indian Ocean while Malaysia is
denying the engines continued sending data. Which set of officials do
you reckon knows more? The U.S. would not be sending the USS Kidd to an
area based on rumor or hearsay. I strongly suspect the U.S. has data
which it cannot share publicly because the data would reveal the extent
of U.S. capabilities.
The story gets curiouser and curiouser–but so far every piece of new data conforms to my basic analysis of the known facts.
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