|Quoting Finn350 (Reply 150):|
There were no dissenting reports published in conjunction with the Interim report or the Factual information, se we can safely conclude that all the organizations agree on the contests of the said reports.
True, but I would think that there is a pretty high bar that would have to be crossed before they would challenge a written report with a dissenting report, and that would only be in a case where information contributing to aviation safety is misstated or omitted. These Orgs have no interest in making sure that the Malaysian government fully discloses its internal personnel problems or political dirty laundry. The idea that has been forwarded that all of the mentioned organizations have a hand in producing the text of the document(s) is a fabrication. They may be consulted, they may offer an opinion (especially when asked), but they are not in the position to tell the nation with primary responsibility what to write.
I hope that you understand that I'm being straightforward on this as well as all the other issues re: MH370. I am a retired engineer and as such I see a very odd discourse taking place in this public forum.
An engineer's job is to solve the problem before him or her and to transmit information about the task fully and honestly. However other occupations are not held to the same standard, lawyers for example, as part of their normal business activities, regularly and quite systematically withhold information, issue intentionally misleading information, intentionally misunderstand information given them, and attempts at presenting themselves as false sources of authority are just part of a normal days work for them. For an engineer to engage in any of these practices would be unethical.
This may help explain my attitude towards one poster here in the past, and explain why I will not be responding to "lawyerly" arguments in the future. I hope you understand.
[Edited 2015-03-22 22:23:29]