Everything needed to solve this mess has been out in the public venues since a couple of days after this plane was hijacked. People in power, just do
not want it solved, period. If the jet had gone to the end of it's fuel, and ditched in the ocean, then the ACARS would have shorted out in the salt
water. But they kept pinging for a couple of hours beyond any possible time in flight.
Add in a diversion landing for lack of fuel to reach their target in Lahore, Pakistan, This means that they landed in Northern India, along the
south flanks of the Himalayas. After a couple of hours, when they blacked out the ACARS, they refueled and flew away at first light, without radars,
but still with GPS's. They flew down the West Coast of India to where a deck officer on a ship saw them, taking a course over the ocean, away from
the coastline. Then people in the Seychelles heard a big jet flying low and slow, over their heads, just after dark. Finally the pilot, or a remote
controlled flight deck sent the airliner out over the British Protectorate Waters, East of Diego Garcia, and to a watery grave. This is why wreckage
is starting to wash up along the islands east of the Horn of Africa.
The Indians sure wouldn't have let those hijackers back on the airliner, at that mountain airstrip, so they and maybe the remains of all the
passengers are buried somewhere near that airstrip. And there's only a few mountain landing fields which can take a Triple Seven ER loaded down with
passengers and baggage, without wrecking it.
To prove this you need a real high tech instrument. You need a decent sized Earth Globe, and a string. Those hijackers had pre-loaded GPS way points
from Lahore, PK. to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. That's why they had to return to the Straits of Malacca, in order to re-acquire their previously mapped
route. But all this jigging and jiving, ran them low on fuel, so that they then had to divert, and land on a remote Himalayan airfield. This must
have caused consternation to the ground troops, who then made everyone, and everything, disappear. So the real question remains; "What was their
original target in Lahore, Pakistan"??
This reply was intended to go onto the Guardian Newspaper's comments on Putin's knowing what happened. I'm sure that he knows everything I've posted
here, as well. I map dowsed this with an acquaintance in Western Australia, but Putin has an entire floor of the very best map dowsers, keeping track
of our missile subs, 24 - 7, 365 days a year. So he must have already asked for them to work out this puzzle, in their spare moments.
1-5-2017 by carpooler because: spelling mistake