TINFOILHAT: Was Amelia Earhart killed by the Japanese for spying?

http://unsolvedmysteries.wikia.com/wiki/Amelia_Earhart

Amelia Earhart   

Real Name: Amelia Earhart
Case: Disappearance
Date: July 2, 1937
Location: Howland Island

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In October 2014, the piece of aluminum mentioned above, was shown, by precision photographic processes, with accuracy comparable to a finger print, to be that object mentioned. If this is correct, it changes the list of possible sources of Amelia’s disappearance and would totally eliminate the crash and sink theory. It would also disprove the “crashed in the Marshall Islands” theory. It would prove that the Koshu was on Nikumaroro for a while, but was then taken to Jaluit Island with Amelia and Fred on board, and with the Electra attached to Its stern. That is why the search planes never saw them or the plane. They did see “some kind of markers”, probably supports, used to load the Electra. At Jaluit Fred was treated by Bilamon Amaron. They were then, starting on July19, taken to Saipan and locked in, Garapan jail as spies. They did not crash in the Marshalls but were taken there, arriving at Jaluit Island Navy base on July 13, ten days after they went missing. They were never in “two places at the same time!” a statement which had been used to claim that all of the numerous incidents about Amelia in the Marshall Islands and Saipan were false. This information was referenced in “Earhart and Noonan: the Missing Link” by Duane Hamblin.

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Argh!

Was this “covered up” by both the Japanese and US Gooferments?

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