posted on Nov, 6 2014 @ 10:57 PM
Sealed evidence has nothing to do with cargo or passengers.
It has to do with radar sightings and distress calls by MH370's crew.
First, Malaysia claimed with absolute conviction that MH370 was seen on radar turning back, but the JACC which has two radar engineers from Thales
Raytheon consulting in the investigation confirms that Malaysian radar did not see any turn-back:
Turn Back dismissed by JACC
They also claimed Thai radar at Surat Thani saw MH370 turn back at IGARI, but that isn't possible either. Due to the Earth's curvature Surat Thani
could not see a target at IGARI below 55,000ft, nor over Kota Bharu below 39,000ft.
In any case the radar antennae at Surat Thani rotates too fast to see a target at IGARI even if by some divine miracle MH370 could climb above its
43,100ft service ceiling.
It was seen by radar turning back but turning back from further north near the coast of Vietnam and it was seen by Aegis class destroyer USS
The other sealed information relates to distress calls heard by the US Navy and again only USS Pinckerny was within range. Sealed information also
relates to classified interviews with the crews of MH088 and JAL750 who spoke to MH370 after 17:30 UTC.
MH370 distress call China Times report
spoke to MH370
edit on 6-11-2014 by sy.gunson because: (no reason given)