On May 1, McConnell – 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot with 23,000 hours of safety – left Toronto airport’s Sheraton Gateway Hotel to use the Boeing 777-200 simulation tracking facilities at a nearby uFly site only to find that the owners and CNN were bound in a contract which stopped him making a Sim-Track video to show what really happened to MH Flight 370.
McConnell is now looking for an independently-booked simulator to make a video to show where best to look for MH 370 and explain how Serco may have deployed Sim-Track technology with pilots, air traffic controllers and media leaders organized into a pedophile-blackmail ring, allegedly built by Robert DiDuca in the Marriott, Hilton, Doubletree and Sheraton hotels, to generate Wag the Dog stories such as The 9/11 Hotel!
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“CNN Flight Simulator Reports on Flight MH 370 using our simulator
We have been helping CNN with their investigative reporting of the missing flight MH370. CNN has been filming in our simulator recreating scenarios to answer many questions of what could have happened to the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 flight. Our prayers go out to the families of the missing crew and passengers.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370/MAS370) was a scheduled international passenger flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing that lost contact with air traffic control on 8 March 2014 at 01:20 less than an hour after takeoff. At 07:24, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) reported the flight as missing. The aircraft, a Boeing 777-200ER, was carrying 12 Malaysian crew members and 227 passengers from 14 nations.
A multinational search and rescue effort, later reported as the largest in history, was initiated in the Gulf of Thailand and the South China Sea Within a few days, this was extended to include the Strait of Malacca and Andaman Sea. On 15 March, based on military radar data and radio “pings” between the aircraft and an Inmarsat satellite, investigators concluded that it had first headed west across the Malay Peninsula, then continued on a northern or southern track for approximately seven hours. The search in the South China Sea was abandoned. Three days later the Australian Maritime Safety Authority began searching the southern part of the Indian Ocean.
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“Bangladeshi navy ships search Bay of Bengal for traces of Flight 370
By Holly Yan and David McKenzie, CNN
updated 9:14 AM EDT, Sat May 3, 2014
(CNN) -- Three Bangladeshi navy ships have begun searching the Bay of Bengal for traces of missing
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, but have yet to find anything, a commander said Friday.
The ships are operating off a tip from an Australian company that claims to have found possible traces of an underwater airplane wreck in the area.
"We haven't found anything yet, and the frigates will continue the search until they verify all available information," Commodore Rashed Ali, director of Bangladeshi navy intelligence, told CNN on Friday.
Although Australian officials and other experts have derided the claim, acting Malaysian Transportation Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said he, too, is considering sending a ship to search -- even though he thinks it is "highly unlikely" the plane will be found in the Bay of Bengal.
Hussein said the tip could be confirmed only by sending vessels to the area, which is thousands of kilometers away from the official search area in the southern Indian Ocean.
"But I just want to stress that by doing that, we are distracting ourselves from the main search," he said Friday. "And in the event that the result from the search is negative, who is going to be responsible for that loss of time?"
His comments came three days after the Australian company GeoResonance publicized its claim that it may have found the wreckage of a plane in the bay.
While GeoResonance said it's not sure whether the debris is from Flight 370, the company said it has been pressing officials to take a look.
The chief coordinator of the international search effort said he doubts GeoResonance's claims.
"I am confident that the area in the southern (Indian) Ocean is the right search area, and I'm sure that in ... some time, we'll find the aircraft in that area of the Indian Ocean," chief coordinator Angus Houston said Friday.
Houston said the search for the plane, which was carrying 239 people when it disappeared on March 8, may take eight to 12 months.
MH370 report: Mixed messages ate up time before official search started
Next phase of the search
The Bluefin-21 drone finished its 18th underwater mission and found no debris of interest on the Indian Ocean floor, search officials said Friday.
The drone's search area was set based on the findings of another device, a towed pinger locator, which had detected signals that officials believed were from the jet's flight data recorders.
But no debris from the plane has been found.
The search is entering a new phase, Hishammuddin said Friday. He said officials have had detailed talks with several Malaysian companies about deploying specialized assets such as deep-water towed side-scan sonars and remotely operated vehicles to join in the new phase of the mission.
Families told to go home
After nearly two months of waiting at Beijing's Lido Hotel, relatives of Chinese passengers said Friday they've been told to leave.
"Chinese officials asked the family members to leave the hotel by 6 p.m. today," said Wang Yong Zhi, whose wife was on Flight 370. "We don't have a choice."
More than 100 of the plane's passengers are Chinese, and the hotel has been a sentimental and informational hub for their families. Malaysia Airlines officials have been briefing families at the Lido over the past several weeks.
On Thursday, some relatives wailed and yelled when the airline announced it was closing such assistance centers.
"Instead of staying in hotels, the families of MH370 are advised to receive information updates on the progress of the search and investigation and other support by Malaysia Airlines within the comfort of their own homes, with the support and care of their families and friends," the airline said in a news release.
The hotel has seen an increased police and government presence over the past few days. Media have been barred from broadcasting within the hotel complex.
"What can we do?" one relative yelled as others kneeled in front of police.
Wang said family members signed a letter, left fingerprints and agreed that a committee representing the families would continue working with Malaysia Airlines and the government on issues such as compensation. Under an international treaty known as the Montreal Convention, the airline must pay relatives of each deceased passenger an initial sum of around $150,000 to $175,000. Relatives of victims can also sue for further damages.
Malaysia Airlines said Thursday it would begin making advance compensation to the Flight 370 passengers' next of kin to help with their immediate economic needs. But the airline didn't say how much of an advance the families would receive.
Sarah Bajc, the American partner of Flight 370 passenger Philip Wood, said she was one of about 500 people at the Lido Hotel meeting Thursday.
She said Chinese relatives had told her they dreaded the day that the hotel centers would close, fearing they wouldn't get timely updates at their rural homes.
"They are very distraught, because the average Chinese family member will be sent home to mostly a very rural place with limited access to (the) Internet," she said. "They just feel like all lines of communications will be cut."
But some family members don't mind leaving the hotel.
"Nothing has changed for me, because living in Lido and living back home is the same to me," said Steve Wang, a relative of one of the passengers.
"We will move on to the next stage, and we will still keep on fighting for the truth and where the plane is and where our loved one is. We will keep on with it. We will never give up."
Searchers dispute company's claim that it may have found aircraft wreckage
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Plane audio recording played for first time to Chinese families
CNN's Mitra Mobasherat and Elizabeth Joseph and journalist Farid Ahmed contributed to this report.”
“Sheraton hotel general manager arrested on child porn charges
Posted on November 15, 2010 by candlewoodste
By Barbara De Lollis, USA TODAY
Massachusetts police last week arrested a veteran hotel manager inside his current hotel – a Sheraton in suburban Boston – on child pornography charges.
Police arrested Robert Diduca, 46, at the Sheraton hotel in Framingham, Mass., after acting on a tip from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Early searches of his computer storage devices revealed some 10,000 images of young children, according to ICE. Diduca is also alleged to have videos of young children engaged in sexual acts.
Diduca’s lawyer told a local TV station that there was no evidence that any images were taken at the Sheraton hotel or involvved any guests.
In ICE’s Friday statement, Worcester District Attorney Joseph D. Early, Jr., is quoted as saying: “This is a particularly disgusting crime and any time we can put a dent in the dissemination of child pornography, it’s a good day for law enforcement.”
In a Milford District Court courtroom last week, Diduca last week pleaded not guilty to two counts of possession of child pornography and one count of dissemination of child pornography. A judge set his bail at $5,000 and set the next court date in January.
Prior to last week’s arrest, investigators had made “direct contact” with Diduca over the Internet, Milford Police Chief Thomas O’Loughlin told the Milford Daily News. “It’s been going on for some time,” O’Loughlin told the paper.
Diduca has been the Sheraton’s general manager for the last eight years, according to a story by local ABC affiliate WHDH-TV.A local chamber of commerce lists him as a board member. A company website says he has 24 years of experience at a range of hotels including Marriott, Hilton, Doubletree and Sheraton.
Richard Sweeney, Diduca’s defense attorney, told WHDH-TV that there is no evidence that the images involved the hotel or hotel guests.
“There is no evidence whatsoever, not in the Commonwealth’s papers or anywhere, that there were any pictures taken at the hotel or of any guests at the hotel or anything even remotely related to the hotel other than the fact that he worked at that hotel, and at the hotel he had on his possession a laptop…and a thumb drive.”In court, prosecutor Cheryl Riddle said the suspect is “someone who is constantly online and uploading, downloading, sharing, trading and collecting images of children being sexually abused, WHDH-TV says. The report continues:Investigators caught onto him after he allegedly was regularly participating in online chat rooms. One of the names he would go by, according to investigators, was “Babytodd.” Allegedly he made disturbing comments about toddlers and little boys.
The investigation continues, according to the Milford Daily News article.”
“[The British Company Serco – under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office in the United Kingdom for Crossed Keys tagging of prisoners – operates Defense Red Switch Network for United States!] … Building a State-of-the-Practice Data Communications Network To create a state-of-the-practice data communications network required Serco to engineer different solutions for each of the AFSCN’s [Air Force Satellite Control Network] unique locations. Each ground station around the world had to be surveyed in order to develop detailed installation plans, project support agreements and testing plans.
Furthermore, to assure communications reliability between the ground station and the operational control nodes, Serco also had to conduct a complete circuit testing exercise.
After completing the survey, Serco’s team continued with their due diligence, for developing and implementing a state-of-the-practice solution, by conducting circuit, system verification and integration, installation and checkout testing for each of the ground stations, including those located at Diego Garcia, in British Indian Ocean Territory, the Royal Air Force Base in Oakhanger, England [functions treasonously transferred to Airbus] and the Anderson AFB, in Guam.
In developing this enhanced voice and data communications network, Serco’s team engineered and implemented an ATM backbone and secure voice system for each of the AFSCN ground stations. The installed network was based on a Wide Area Network (WAN) architecture utilizing IP based network capabilities and proprietary secure communication technologies such as KG-75s, KG-84S and KIV-7s. Serco ensured Defense Red Switch Network connectivity and operations throughout the AFSCN.”
“New name, new opportunities Following a management buyout in 1987, RCA Services Limited was renamed Serco Limited. In 1988, the company achieved a full listing on the London Stock Exchange as Serco Group plc. A period of expansion and diversification followed. Governments across the developed world were beginning programmes of management reform and outsourcing, introducing competition for the services needed to sustain and improve public services. At the same time, private sector organisations increasingly saw the value of outsourcing support services, freeing up management to focus on core activities. Serco won business in the civil government, transport and commercial/industrial markets, and established operations in Asia Pacific and North America.
The forefront of innovation Since the 1990s, with the success of initiatives to introduce change in public services, the market has become more complex. Increasingly, Serco's role is not just to support core public services but actually to provide them, with our staff dealing directly with the public. More sophisticated public private partnerships have emerged such as joint ventures and private finance initiatives (PFIs) which involve collaboration with public authorities and charity partners in areas such as education, health and justice. Many opportunities are being created that our track record, expertise and innovation put us in a great position to support.”
McConnell has been directed by Abel Danger Global to offer expert witness services to plaintiffs who may wish to sue for damages in re Serco’s apparently fraudulent use of Sim-Track technology and blackmailed pilots, air traffic controllers and media leaders to hijack Flight 370.
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