David Klatzow is a forensic scientist who has investigated a number of interesting events over the decades, one of the most fascinating being the Helderberg air disaster of 1987.
The official story is bunk
As I’ve come to learn, official stories are almost always fabricated. (Lest we forget Marilyn Monroe; 9/11; and the moon landing.) With that in mind, I have no reason to believe the official Helderberg story either, which is that a random fire brought down the aircraft.
David was hired by Boeing to figure out what happened and, as one might expect, nothing was as it appeared.
What actually happened?
The apartheid South African government covered up the conspiracy (and the current post-apartheid government also covers it up), which is that the Helderberg was carrying contraband military supplies including rocket fuel, and almost nobody on board knew about it.
Basically, the aircraft left Taiwan and headed towards South Africa. A fire flared up shortly into the flight, and Captain Dawie Uys wanted to turn around, but was instructed to carry on flying. He decided to attempt a landing in Mauritius, but crashed just off the coastline.
Precisely what happened at the time of the crash, is unknown. David argues that an “event” occurred, such as the aircraft possibly falling apart mid-air.
Not only is this a major South African aviation catastrophe, it’s one of the most significant aviation catastrophes ever.
David’s breakdown is superior to the official narrative, and is remarkably convincing.
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