Piet Byleveld to Investigate Missing Malaysian Aeroplane

Piet Byleveld

Here we can see a Piet Byleveld in his natural habitat.

KUALA LUMPUR – After several weeks of fruitless searching, Malaysian authorities finally called upon South African super sleuth Piet Byleveld to solve the mystery of the missing Malaysian airline flight MH3370.

The aeroplane mysteriously vanished into seemingly thin air over the Strait of Malacca near Vietnam on 8 March 2014. Foul play is suspected.

A collective of 25 countries involved in the search operation finally realised they do not have the capacity to solve such a marvellous eventuality by themselves, so it was decided to call in a real professional. “We’ve heard of this guy who can find anyone,” said Jun Kapoor of the Malaysia’s Department of Civil Aviation. “We thought we might as well give it a go.”

Byleveld, known for his forensic expertise, reportedly packed his bags for Kuala Lumpur immediately after getting the call. “This retirement thing is really working on my family’s nerves,” he said. “We can’t watch television anymore. Elize [his wife] is sick of me solving every detective mystery in the first ten minutes.”

The former brigadier in the South African Police Service is one of the most successful investigators ever, having tracked down and caught nine serial killers, as well as solving several other high profile murder cases in his long career. Specialising in complex cases, he retired with a 99% conviction rate. “If you can establish motive, you’ve solved 70% of the case,” he once told Huisgenoot in an interview.

After exhausting all conventional options, including scouring the ocean with maritime vehicles, global satellite tracking, contradicting advice from aviation experts and typing key words into Google, Malaysian authorities opted to explore alternative methods to find the missing aeroplane.

A group of theoretical physicists came up with a plausible hypothesis to show how the Malaysian plane could have slipped through cracks in the space-time continuum and entered another level of the multiverse. “The aeroplane exists exactly where it was last spotted, except that it’s in another dimension,” the boffins stated in their exhaustive, 800 page report. “However, it probably ran out of fuel by now.”

At present, the molecular boffins are still baffled by which one of the seven additional spatial dimensions posited by string theory the plane could possibly have been deposited to, although they are adamant that this brain teaser has become bigger than the Boeing. “If we can find the missing aeroplane, we should have a workable theory to explain the meaning life,” concluded one of the physicists enthusiastically.

American psychic John Edward was taken to the crash site in an attempt to make contact with the missing aeroplane’s 239 passengers and crew. Upon arrival, Edward reportedly sensed a very strong presence, apparently like “many souls hovering in the oblivion”.

He was, however, unable to establish the whereabouts of the airliner. “I spy with my third eye, something beginning with the letter M,” he uttered. “They told me to tell their families that they are comfortable where they are and sorry about the things they did wrong, and want them to move on.”

“The spirits can’t tell me where they are,” he continued, because they’re not sure where they are either. It would seem that the mystery extends well into the great beyond.”

A serious investigation by Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, from the FBI’s X-Files Unit, into the possibility of an extraterrestrial cause for the unexplained vanishing has not yet achieved any results. However, the pair is certain that there can only be a paranormal explanation for the puzzle. “We’re not alone,” said Mulder. “The truth is out there.”

Authorities in the Bahamas are still keeping an eye on David Copperfield’s private islands. “We aven’t seen no Boeing,” insisted a representative of the Caribbean island chain’s government. “Us don’t tink de mahgic mon’s got any ting te do wi dis bumbaclot [bullshit].”

On account of such a shortage of tangible results, all hope of ever finding the vanished aircraft now rests on Byleveld’s shoulders. The enigmatic investigator is set to leave for Kuala Lumpur on the next boat out of Durban. “I’m not taking any chances,” he remarked. “There are strong forces involved here, and we’ve already seen what it can do to an aeroplane.” BN

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One response to “Piet Byleveld to Investigate Missing Malaysian Aeroplane

  1. Interesting angle!!!!

    The story goes like this:

    The Americans are withdrawing from Afghanistan; one of their command and control systems (used for controlling pilotless drones) was hijacked by the Taliban when an American transport convoy was moving down from one of the hill-top bases. The Taliban ambushed the convoy and killed 2 American Seal personnel, seized the equipment/weapons, including the command and control system which weighed about 20 tons and packed into 6 crates. This happened about a month ago in Feb 2014.

    What the Taliban wants is money. They want to sell the system to the Russians or the Chinese. The Russians are too busy in Ukraine. The Chinese are hungry for the system’s technology. Just imagine if the Chinese master the technology behind the command and control system, all the American drones will become useless. So the Chinese sent 8 top defense scientists to check the system and agreed to pay millions for it.

    Sometime in early Mar 2014 the 8 scientists and the 6 crates made their way to Malaysia thinking that it was the best covert way to avoid detection. The cargo was then kept in the Embassy under diplomatic protection. Meanwhile the Americans have engaged the assistance of Israeli intelligence and together they are determined to intercept and recapture the cargo.

    The Chinese calculated that it would be safer to transport it via civilian aircraft so as to avoid suspicion. After all the direct flight from KL to Beijing takes only 4 and half hours and the Americans will not hijack or harm a civilian airliner. So MH370 is the perfect carrier.

    There were 5 American and Israeli agents onboard who were familiar with Boeing aircraft operation. The 2 “Iranians” with stolen passports could be among them.

    When MH370 was about to leave Malaysian air space and report in to Vietnamese air control an American AWAC jammed their signal, disabled the pilot control system and switched over to remote control mode. That was when the plane lost altitude momentarily.

    How the AWAC can do it ? Remember 911 incident ? After the 911 incident all Boeing aircraft (and possibly all Airbus) are installed with a remote control system to counter terrorist hijacking. Since then all Boeing aircraft can be remote controlled by a ground control tower. The same remote control system used to control the pilotless spy aircraft and drones.

    The 5 American/Israeli agents soon took over the plane, switched off the transponder and other communication systems, changed course and flew westwards. They dared not fly east to Philippines or Guam because the whole South China Sea air space was covered by Chinese surveillance radar and satellites.

    The Malaysian, Thai and Indian military radar actually detected the unidentified aircraft but none reacted professionally.

    The plane flew over North Sumatra, Anambas, South India and landed at the Maldives (some villagers saw the aircraft landing), refuelled and continued its flight to Diego Garcia, the American Air Base in the middle of Indian Ocean. The cargo and the black box were removed. The passengers were silenced by natural means, lack of oxygen. MH370 with dead passengers took off again using remote control and crashed into South Indian Ocean to make it look that the plane eventually ran out of fuel and crashed.

    The Americans have put up a good show. First diverting all the attention and search effort to the South China Sea while the plane made its way to the Indian Ocean. Then they came out with some conflicting statements and evidence to confuse everyone.

    The amount of effort put up by China, in terms of the number of search aircraft, ships and satellites, searching first the South China Sea, then the Malacca Straits and the Indian Ocean is unprecedented. This shows that China is very concerned, not so much because of the many Chinese civilian passengers, but mainly for the high value cargo and the 8 defense scientist

    Source – unknown!

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