Friday, March 21, 2014

DigitalGlobe's U.S. Government Connections - Missing Flight #370

A satellite image that allegedly shows some debris off the coast of Australia is below. The image can also be viewed on FotoForensics.

This is apparently the best quality image of the debris that could be taken from a U.S. based satellite company, DigitalGlobe. You can find examples of the quality of pictures the DigitalGlobe satellite fleet can take here. They could have provided color images instead of a grainy black and white image that could be anything.

I have suggested in past articles that the only way this plane went missing was due to a state funded operation. I also proposed the notion that the media, and government officials were purposely misleading the public, and other countries on the plane by slowly releasing information to buy time for other stages of the operation. Do those assumptions fit with the release of the DigitalGlobe images? Yes.

The U.S. stated that it got the images five days before making it public to allow for time for its analysts to assess them. One should question why it would take anyone five days to determine that the debris might be part of a plane, especially if the only available images were those released. It makes sense when one takes into account that the government is purposely slowing releasing information to buy time, and divert attention from the true nature of the event.

DigitalGlobe operates civilian satellites, but does it have any governmental connections that pose the possibility of making it complicit in causing confusion, and providing misinformation? DigitalGlobe was founded in part by a Dr. Walter Scott. Dr. Scott formerly worked on projects for the U.S. Government as past of the SDI - Space Defense Initiative or commonly known as "Star Wars" program. Dr. Scott also was able to help DigitalGlobe be the first ever U.S. company to secure a launch on a Russian rocket. Dr. Scott also worked for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (www.LLNL.gov) in California.

What does LLNL do? From their own bio they state:
"Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has a mission of strengthening the United States’ security through development and application of world-class science and technology to:
  • Enhance the nation’s defense;
  • Reduce the global threat from terrorism and weapons of mass destruction;
  • And respond with vision, quality, integrity and technical excellence to scientific issues of national importance."

Is it possible that Dr. Walter Scott, of DigitalGlobe maintained close friendships with those in the U.S. Security Agencies who may have requested a favor in the terms of releasing an image designed to cause confusion, and provide mis-information in the case of flight #370.

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