Guys, I don't agree that the airplane actually cruised at 200ft and 80kts for a while.
I think that the airplane actually crashed at 200ft going while going at 82kts and the transponder just replied that last data to the radar forever.
If you examine the log closely, you will agree that the airplane was flying at 3800ft for a long time, and somewhere in that time frame is when this crazy bastard bailed out.
The plane flew on and at 9:55 PM is probably when the engine quit, and the autopilot, being an electrically operated device, controlled the descent without letting the airplane stall out until the plane finally crashed at 10:11PM while going at 82kts. Even though the log displays 82kts from then on, the position of the aircraft does not change from this point on; The exact same latitude and longitudes are recorded until the end of the log.
I don't know exactly where the airplane crashed but if you find out, and find out the altitude of that place it will most likely be 200 knots, and will be in the same coordinates that are displayed in the last part of the log.
My conclusions are 3, could be ither one:
1) the flight log displays the same information until its updated with new data the next minute, but since the transponder was broken it probably never transmited that next updated set of data.
2) that the transponder remained on after the crash indicating the correct altitude and just transmitted the last reasonable speed (there may be an algorithm that won't allow it to transmit a velocity difference of 80kts between to adjacent minutes)
3) or maybe the log is displaying the last data received by the radar before it lost the target.
Could be either one. Choose the one that pleases and belive it