a detailed Psychological evaluation was performed and the details leaked.
Your rebuttal for numerous newspaper articles and interviews with family members is based on a report from the Malaysians? The same people who left the search in the SCS go on for eight days even though they knew by dawn that he had turned around? Not me.
I'll give you that his Facebook account was deleted, so I can't post his own words against your misguided pilot's union defense of what is clearly a mass murderer, but this still remains:
"First officer Fariq had handled comms up until the last message" - nope. Based on the analysis, Z. made all communications (9 in total) from 12:42 to 01:19 - around 37 minutes.
The software in question compares voice recordings and outputs a figure based on the level of match. 2.5 indicates 99.5% certainty. In the last three communications Z.'s score was 1.47 (Fariqs was 0.88). In the previous 6 communications attributed to Z. the score was 2.28-2.74. It's probably down to noise, but like I say, maybe not.
I don't know anything about your 1.47s and 0.88s but I do have an MP3 copy of the actual audio transactions of MH-370 that night right here on my hard disk, this is the recording that leads myself and everyone else to agree that the signoff voice is different from all the earlier comms. This is an established fact BaconButty, this is not controversial.
Firstly, if the last voice heard is Zaharie's it doesn't mean a great deal. For all I know, Fariq could have been standing behind him with a garrote.
Yea right! Fariq with a garrote.
You made a lot of chatter, but you essentially agreed with my statement, so why bring it up?
He didn't actually. What we have is 7 points from fragments of a .flt file (flight sim saved game). What he seems to have done it hand fly up the M.S, as if going to LHR say, then "drag and drop" the virtual aircraft into the SIO. To what end? Was it just a patch of sea to practice doing a "Sully"?
[*]The final point is in the SIO, but it's 1000 miles off the 7th arc. I.e. nowhere near.
[*]The'res no evidence of what would have been the key part of the flight to practice - the flight back over Malaysia
[*] This is one of no less than 700 .flt files across the various hard disks [/list]
So what at first looks incriminating isn't particularly. And that's why the likes of the ATSB didn't make a big deal of it.
I didn't make that big a deal of it either, it is just one point among many.
Zaharie wasn't a "friend" of Anwar Ibrahim
Again you play on the fact that Zaharie deleted his Facebook account. You can't deny that they were connected and Anwar Ibrahim had had his sentence for homosexuality upheld the morning of the day of the flight. Sure, it is in Anwar Ibrahim's interests to deny their past relationships, who would want to be publicly associated with a mass murderer? especially a politician.
Fariq "Very Junior"? He had been with the airline since 2007 - nearly 3000 hours. He's not the complete rookie you portray.
I didn't say he was a rookie. He was very junior to Zaharie,
this was his first flight as FO on a 777 without a training pilot.
The world has passed you by BaconButty, give up your lost cause. All you're doing is to try and cover up for a mass murderer anyway.