I have no idea what you hope to achieve by criticizing something that has not changed in 100 years. No new physics has since altered anything in SR. Light signals will only reach the equidistant observer simultaneously if they were simultaneously emitted. In SR, you can only claim a universally simultaneous emission if they shared the same source location and time, which they do not in this TE. The reason I say you need to get caught up on 100 year old physics is because you keep asserting Newton's absolute simultaneity. Again, MMX does not expose relative simultaneity. You keep bringing this up as if you think it exposes some flaw in the TE its results do not even address. As I already told you, the fact that c is invariant in all inertial frames means that absolute simultaneity cannot exist.