Further confirmation from an Australian gov’t debis report that the debris found had a unique OL identification number that could only be MH370 and not any other plane

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Shout out to u/Sonamdrukpa for pointing this out to me. Thanks brother. This confirms that the debris found were from MH370 and not any other plane like others claim with the “serial number” and “part number” confusion.

This plane clearly crashed into the ocean. If you’re claiming it got “abducted” in that video then you’re gonna have to do a lot of jumping through hoops to explain these debris.

https://www.atsb.gov.au/publications/investigation_reports/2014/aair/ae-2014-054

From report# 3:

Part number 5 was preliminarily identified from photographs as an inboard section of a Boeing 777 outboard flap. On arrival at the ATSB, several part numbers were immediately located on the debris that confirmed the preliminary identification. This was consistent with the physical appearance, dimensions and construction of the part.A date stamp associated with one of the part numbers indicated manufacture on 23 January 2002 (Figure 2), which was consistent with the 31 May 2002 delivery date for 9M-MRO.**

All of the identification stamps had a second “OL” number, in addition to the Boeing part number, that were unique identifiers relating to part construction. The Italian part manufacturer recovered build records for the numbers located on the part and confirmed that all of the numbers related to the same serial number outboard flap that was shipped to Boeing as line number 404.

Aircraft line number 404 was delivered to Malaysia Airlines and registered as 9M-MRO.**Based on the above information, the part was confirmed as originating from the aircraft registered 9M-MRO and operating as MH370.

Part #6 from Debris Report #5:

A part number was identified on a section of the debris, identifying it as a trailing edge splice strap, incorporated into the rear spar assembly of a Boeing 777 left outboard flap. This was consistent with the appearance and construction of the debris.Adjacent to the part number was an “OL” part identifier, similar to those found on the right outboard flap section (Examination update 3).

The flap manufacturer supplied records indicating that this identifier was a unique work order number and that the referred part was incorporated into the outboard flap shipset line number 404 which corresponded to the Boeing 777 aircraft line number 404, registered 9M-MRO and operating as MH370.

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