Thursday, June 26, 2014

Abel Danger Checkmates Emirates Airline - Boeing UNINTERRUPTIBLE AUTOPILOT - Civil Case 1:08-1600 (RMC) - Hull Losses - Hacking Autopilots - Three Layers of Security Violated - Backdoor on Honeywell - Malicious Capture

Okay, everyone, baby steps at first. Being on autopilot in cruise is not newsworthy, ALL airliners are on autopilot when in cruise configuration. Who will be the first news outlet to use the entire title that will solve this mess UNINTERRUPTIBLE? Civil Case 1:08-1600 (RMC) was filed in September, 2008. The subject of the lawsuit was the BOEING UNINTERRUPTIBLE AUTOPILOT. That suit was timed after Adam Air 574 and Kenya Airways 507 were hull loss incidents involving UNINTERRUPTIBLE autopilots.

More important are the three that occurred after the Lawsuit was in play: Air France 447, Sukhoi Superjet Demo jet Indonesia May 2012, and MH370. With the first four they were HULL LOSS incidents as they were all 4 destroyed. With MH370 it was a LOST HULL incident because Australia, Malaysia, Serco and others would have the gullible sheep believe a B777 can be lost, vanish without a trace. It is most probable that the jet landed safely at FJDG at 0651 Kuala Lumpur time on 8 March.

To anticipate the next move of the cornered crooks, google [ 25 March + CSCL Uranus + MH370 + Abel Danger ] and you will see that on 25 March, 2014 Abel Danger said that the airframe of a B777 will be dropped from a Chinese ship into an Australia search box to be found by parties complicit in the first electronic commandeering of MH370. The second commandeering got it safely to FJDG. This subject will be explained to Emirates, FAA and NTSB tomorrow on a live radio show the link to which will be available at ABEL not Able

This is not rocket science, the BUAP has been installed on B777s since 1995. Google [ BUAP + ATI + MH370 + Abel Danger ] CEO of Emirates publicly asked for information regarding HACKING AUTOPILOTS; Mr Clark, here is our response to your request:


Now let the world watch what the reaction is from the biggest operator of B777s in the world. Checkmate.

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