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Old 30-09-2015, 05:57 PM   #361
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I think I'll wait until the final report from the team of qualified, experienced air accident investigators....
Government agency storytellers. Your ideal employer.
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Old 30-09-2015, 06:55 PM   #362
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I think it might be easier if any one of you pointed me to any video or image or screenshot which conclusively and incontrovertibly incidates that a Hawker jet actually crashed onto the A27 on August 22. I am not seeing it at all. Thanks.
No that's not how it works. All the evidence points overwhelmingly to a aircraft crashing. Just show us one "glaring anomaly". One.

I know you won't do that, so i'll try another tack as well

Point out what in this video makes you think it doesn't show an aircraft crashing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vw75lBTZO2E
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Government agency storytellers. Your ideal employer.


So who would you rather investigate plane crashes?

Oh and I already work for my ideal employer - me
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No that's not how it works. All the evidence points overwhelmingly to a aircraft crashing. Just show us one "glaring anomaly". One.

I know you won't do that, so i'll try another tack as well

Point out what in this video makes you think it doesn't show an aircraft crashing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vw75lBTZO2E
We've been through all that before - the image of the plane keeps vanishing from the viewfinder allowing cuts or edits. The camera loses focus for no reason, the "plane" is travelling in the wrong direction for it to land where it allegedly did. The image of a plane seems to be gliding down towards the pyrotechnic fireball:
http://makeagif.com/i/hL5mbB

If you wanted to produce something like this for the cinema, it would be child's play for flm makers.
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Meanwhile.....Andy "Hilz" Hill is looking remarkably well. Even the soaraway Sun says so:
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SHOREHAM disaster pilot Andy Hill looks fit and well as he is seen for the first time since the crash that killed 11 people.
Clutching a bottle of water and a bag, the 51-year-old showed barely any scars from the jet tragedy.


I think that's no scars...the wonder of undisclosed specialist hospitals, or the Royal Sussex, possibly.
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...Andy-Hill.html

Amazing how you can just walk away from this:
http://makeagif.com/i/hL5mbB

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Sussex Police confirm Andy Hill, the pilot involved in Shoreham aircrash is still not fit enough to be interviewed.
11:00 a.m. - 1 Oct 2015 [7:00 PM BST]
https://twitter.com/HeartSussexNews/...45001853566976

because of his "mental state" no doubt. Is this Sun photo subtly implying that Andy is unstable?
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Watchdog50 Replying lindaf 2:17pm Fri 25 Sep 15
The delay is probably more to do with his mental state. The police must ensure that any person interviewed is mentally fit otherwise nothing said during that interview will stand up should the matter be taken to court. I suspect that Mr Hill, while recovering physically, is far from healthy emotionally or psychologically.
http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/13784...t_Andrew_Hill/


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We were on Mill Hill and would agree that the plane had completed the loop whilst still over the Downs/river as we have a photo taken seconds before the crash which shows it flying straight as it passes the college.
Would like to see that....
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so who would you rather investigate plane crashes?
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We've been through all that before - the image of the plane keeps vanishing from the viewfinder allowing cuts or edits. The camera loses focus for no reason, the "plane" is travelling in the wrong direction for it to land where it allegedly did. The image of a plane seems to be gliding down towards the pyrotechnic fireball:
http://makeagif.com/i/hL5mbB

If you wanted to produce something like this for the cinema, it would be child's play for flm makers.
Why would you need to cut or edit if it is CGI? Cameras lose focus like that all the time, try it with you phone. It's not travelling in the wrong direction and that gif looks exactly like a plane hitting the ground and exploding in a fireball.

I can't take it anymore, you are an idiot. I'm out.
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We've been through all that before - the image of the plane keeps vanishing from the viewfinder allowing cuts or edits. The camera loses focus for no reason, the "plane" is travelling in the wrong direction for it to land where it allegedly did. The image of a plane seems to be gliding down towards the pyrotechnic fireball:
http://makeagif.com/i/hL5mbB

If you wanted to produce something like this for the cinema, it would be child's play for flm makers.
Cameras have autofocus sensors in the centre of the frame and they use image contrast to focus on the subject.
You can clearly see that the image goes out of focus when the plane moves out of the centre of the image, there is nothing for the sensors to focus on and they start to hunt.
Trying to keep a moving object in the frame when it is moving fast and the lens is at the highest magnification isn't easy, even for experienced people. especially when the subject does something unpredictable.
Anyway, that's it from me too. Over and out.
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Meanwhile.....Andy "Hilz" Hill is looking remarkably well. Even the soaraway Sun says so:

Confusing the person with the body.

Mr Hill left the building several Thursdays back.
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Confusing the person with the body.

Mr Hill left the building several Thursdays back.
What's the sub-plot here, Serpentine?
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...-jailbird.html
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THE Shoreham airshow disaster coroner was once jailed for lying to get her detective boyfriend off a drink-drive charge.

Penelope Schofield, 53, this week said she would carry out a “full and fearless” inquiry into the crash in which 11 people died.

But The Sun can reveal she was jailed for three months for perverting the course of justice.
The former solicitor claimed that she was behind the wheel of lover Nigel Phillips’ car when he crashed on his way home from a boozy CID Christmas party in December 1996.
Phillips got 16 months for his part in the incident. Jailing them at the Old Bailey in December 1997, the judge said they had “ruined two promising careers”. Ms Schofield became West Sussex Coroner in 2008.
A county council spokesman said: “She fully disclosed her background before she was appointed and has shown unfailing dedication.”
Background reading:
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/ru...e-1287011.html

http://theanonymousprosecutor.blogsp...schofield.html

http://www.thelawyer.com/schofield-m.../91599.article
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where? And where did the other one come off? Why do we never see them?


Just a summary of the eleven people who died and where they lived

Matthew Grimstone 23 Brighton Sussex
Jacob Schilt, 23, Brighton, Sussex

Daniele Polito, 23, Worthing, Sussex
Matt Jones 24, of Littlehampton, Sussex

Mark Trussler 54 Worthing, Sussex
Maurice Abrahams, 76 Brighton Sussex
Mark Reeves 53 Seaford Sussex
Richard Smith 26 Hove Sussex
Dylan Archer 42 Brighton Sussex
Tony Brightwell 52 Brighton Sussex
Graham Mallinson 72 Newick, Sussex



What's the chance? It's the major trunk road on the South Coast in holiday season and everybody killed lives in a 10 mile radius? Possible I suppose.

Or that three of them are cyclists on the busy A27 trunk road - Archer, Smith and Brightwell.
[who are more likely to have lived locally, admittedly]

There seems to have been no funeral for Tony Brightwell


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Tony Brightwell, 53, who had a private pilot’s licence, cycled to the West Sussex airshow on Saturday....

Brightwell, a healthcare manager for Sussex Partnership NHS and Brighton and Hove city council....His fiancee, Lara Ashby, said: “He was the love of my life, my soulmate and I am devastated that our plans of a life in the sun in a few years’ time won’t now happen.

He leaves his fiancee, daughter Gemma, sister Judy, nephew Adam, parents Barbara and Ernie and best friend Andy.
???
https://uk.news.yahoo.com/shoreham-c...-003348576.htm
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An interesting Twist in the story ,

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-34459488

It does seem rather odd that after a "fireball" has just exploded and people have been killed policeman would think this was OK ....
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An interesting Twist in the story ,

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-34459488

It does seem rather odd that after a "fireball" has just exploded and people have been killed policeman would think this was OK ....

They are also of the younger generation who think you take selfies of every moment of your life.

I see one a while ago a young man with his friend in his open coffin behined him his friend was murdered. Not many of the younger people in the conversation could see a problem with this..

The mind boggles.
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An interesting Twist in the story ,

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-34459488

It does seem rather odd that after a "fireball" has just exploded and people have been killed policeman would think this was OK ....
Are they named anywhere? I bet not. Once the narrative of the selfies was started
7 Sep 2015 http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/13651...ster/?ref=fbpg
it had to be concluded. It also serves to support official narrative. There is no evidence of anything having occurred. An ideal story.
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Shoreham "crash" update
Andy "Hilz" Hills has finally been "quizzed"
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/avia...Andy-Hill.html
December 18 2015
That's it, he was allegedly quizzed "under caution". Nothing more. But it is always good to repeat the narrative, which was the purpose of the article.

What else? The BBC has carried out a "survey"
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-35159283
December 23 2015
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As part of a survey carried out by BBC Sussex, more than half of those who responded said they had been emotionally affected.



More than 140 people took part in the online survey.

10% of people said they feel guilty following the crash.
I these quoted stories are from the ten per cent...
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One respondent wrote: "Attended as part of the emergency services response, [I have] empty feelings about not being able to help more of the victims."

Another wrote: "It was the most horrific, harrowing, terrible thing I have ever witnessed. I was distraught as I saw it coming out of the loop and knowing that he wasn't going to make it and thinking of the people on the road driving and watching.

"It is a terrible moment I shall never forget and thinking and typing now makes me shake and cry."

And another said: "It was horrendous, couldn't believe what had happened. Was terribly upsetting and had reoccurring nightmares of it for many weeks, couldn't stop seeing it in my mind."
But it all turned out well for the Red Cross leader of the organisation's on-site response [who]...
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has been awarded a British Empire Medal.

Richard Tyler, 44,
saw the Hawker Hunter jet go up in a loop and come down again as it crashed onto the A27

"We plan for these sorts of things....

The Red Cross team worked alongside the first ambulance crew on the scene, providing first aid to the walking wounded.

Mr Tyler, from Hawley, near Dartford in Kent, said: "Unfortunately we couldn't help all the people that were there, but the 15, [or] 20 people that walked into us we dealt with.

"We then fed them onto the ambulance service for transport onto hospital."


The jet crashed in front of a 20,000-strong crowd, and Mr Tyler said they then went on to help those in need who had witnessed it.

Recalling the tragedy, he said: "I remember thinking 'he's very low', and then a cloud of smoke and flame went up.

"Strangely, though, I don't remember any loud noise or explosion
As one usually tends to find in a "plane crash".

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Shoreham crash: Air show 'unaware' of pilot's display plan

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Organisers of the Shoreham air show, where a jet crashed last year killing 11 people, were unaware of the pilot's display plans, an interim report says.

The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) also said they failed to carry out a proper risk assessment.

The vintage jet fell to the ground on a busy road during a rolling manoeuvre, destroying a number of vehicles and bursting into flames.

Andy Hill, pilot of the 1959 Hawker Hunter, survived.
Congested areas

According to the AAIB, the flying display director at Shoreham was well qualified, but he was not fully aware of the sequence of display manoeuvres the pilot of the jet was planning to carry out.

He was not, therefore, able to identify where they would take place, or which groups of people would be put at risk.

The report notes that in a previous display, in 2014, the same aircraft had flown over residential areas several times, as well as performing a steep turn over the town centre of Lancing.

This was despite its flying permit specifically stating that it should not be flown over congested areas and the show's organisers operating under similar constraints. However, the pilot was not told to stop his display.
Analysis: Richard Westcott, BBC transport correspondent

This report doesn't tell you why the Shoreham jet crashed. That final report won't be out for some weeks yet.

But it will have big implications for air shows up and down the country. It'll mean tougher rules, more red tape, higher costs, better safety and it could also spell the end for dozens of the smaller shows.

Some have already cancelled because of the uncertainty and because of higher fees being brought in by the regulator.

The CAA says the extra cash will pay for more staff to improve safety. Show organisers disagree, saying it's more of a money-making exercise. Both sides maintain that safety is their number one priority.

More than six million people go to air shows every year, making it the second biggest spectator event after football.

Air show safety tightened after Shoreham

CAA says air shows must adopt safety measures
Similar breaches

According to the report, investigations have shown that this was not an isolated incident. Similar breaches have taken place at Shoreham and at other venues, involving other aircraft and pilots.

The AAIB is also critical of the way crowds outside the airfield were handled, including at the junction of the A27 where the accident occurred.

This was a site where crowds had been known to gather in large numbers in previous years, and the AAIB says stewards had been employed to ask people to move on.

However, it adds that: "Neither the organisers nor the police had requested or been granted the legal power to prevent people from being in this area and their efforts did not prevent gathering on the A27 junction."
Image copyright Zak Hussein
Image caption Pilot Andy Hill was interviewed by police in December
Pilot permits

Further criticism was aimed at the process under which pilots gain their display permits, which allow them to qualify using one aircraft model, then use a variety of others in the displays themselves.

This was the case with the pilot of the Hawker Hunter, who had qualified using a different type of aircraft from the one he was piloting in the show.

The AAIB also notes that the pilot, Andy Hill, had been prevented from completing a display at a different venue in 2014 because the display director had been concerned about one of his manoeuvres.

No action was taken on that occasion beyond an informal discussion with Mr Hill.
The victims:
Image copyright BBC/Sussex Police/Facebook
Image caption (Top row, left to right) Matt Jones, Matthew Grimstone, Jacob Schilt, Maurice Abrahams, Richard Smith. (Bottom row, left to right) Mark Reeves, Tony Brightwell, Mark Trussler, Daniele Polito, Dylan Archer, Graham Mallinson

Matt Jones, a 24-year-old personal trainer
Matthew Grimstone, 23, a Worthing United footballer who worked as a groundsman at Brighton & Hove Albion
Jacob Schilt, also 23 and also a Worthing United player, was travelling to a match with Mr Grimstone
Maurice Abrahams, 76, from Brighton, was a chauffeur on his way to pick up a bride on her wedding day
Friends Richard Smith, 26, and Dylan Archer, 42, who were going for a bike ride on the South Downs
Mark Reeves, 53, had ridden his motorcycle to the perimeter of Shoreham Airport to take photos of the planes
Tony Brightwell, 53, from Hove was an aircraft enthusiast and had learnt to fly at Shoreham airfield
Mark Trussler, 54, is thought to have been riding his motorcycle on the A27
Daniele Polito was travelling in the same car as Mr Jones
Graham Mallinson, 72, from Newick, was a keen photographer and retired engineer

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is responsible for allowing air shows to go ahead and monitoring their safety.

But according to the report, last year its representatives only attended 18 of the 254 displays it authorised. In the United States, the regulator attends every show.

The AAIB has issued a series of recommendations which are designed to make air shows safer in future.

In total, the report sets out 14 recommendations affecting the way shows are organised and regulated, and how pilots are qualified to take part in them.

The AAIB says the CAA should "introduce a process to immediately suspend the Display Authorisation of a pilot whose competence is in doubt, pending investigation of the occurrence".

Responding to the latest report a CAA spokesperson said: "We will now review the AAIB's bulletin in detail and consider all of its recommendations carefully. We will also factor the AAIB's findings into our ongoing review of air display safety, which we expect to complete in the coming weeks."
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This report doesn't tell you why the Shoreham jet crashed.
Because it didn't is the simplest explanation.
A little clue to taunt us...December 21 2015
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...faulty-7054449
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The Air Accidents Investigation Branch said today that pyrotechnic pieces of the 1950s Hunter Hawker should have been changed before June 2014
It crashed on the A27 in August and rescue work was delayed as some pyrotechnic cartridges “were still live”.

Pyrotechnic being the operative word.

Keeping the story alive in the interim
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/avia...r-earlier.html
Feb 2 2016
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Andy Hill, 51, was deemed to be flying too low and too close to the crowd at Southport, Merseyside, in 2014, the air show flight director told ITV News.
David Walton, who was responsible for the safety of the show, told the programme the display was terminated and a stop call was immediately issued. Mr Hill was "debriefed" and was said to have agreed to change his display for the following day.
Tut tut.

0r even
24 JAN 2016
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...ctured-7235700
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Last week, he was seen at the wheel of a blue £40,000 Porsche Boxster.

But as he took to the road, grieving families of the crash victims called for someone to drive the investigation forward.
The images of the 51-year-old pilot driving through rural Kings Langley, Herts, are in stark contrast to the horrifying scenes which unfolded 87 miles away on Saturday August 22.
...in a highly photogenic Porsche sports car. Someone must have good eyesight.

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Mr Hill was spotted driving the sports car on the same day organisers revealed they had scrapped plans for this year’s airshow in the West Sussex town.

Officials cancelled it as a mark of respect for those who lost their lives.

Sources claim the families of victims were contacted individually and told of the decision prior to the public ­announcement. Organisers said the display might return in 2017.
will return....

He must have been driving the sports car very slowly for those photos




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RAF veteran Mr Morris [Jim Morris, of lawyers Irwin Mitchell] said: “It’s difficult to predict how long an air accident ­investigation will take.
As long as possible I would say..

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Display pilot Neil McCarthy, from Seaton Burn, North Tyneside, is a friend of Mr Hill after they met at airshows.

Mr McCarthy, 42, said: “I haven’t spoken to him after the crash but because of what happened his family have gone into lockdown for their security. They are talking only to very, very close friendsand family. We are all just waiting to see about the final report.
obviously Neil is not very very very close.
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“It is unbelievable he survived that crash.
Indeed it is.

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Terry Smith, 59......"was hit by a piece of the wreckage on my leg
“When I see the picture of the plane coming down and think about the fireball and huge black mushroom cloud, I think how the hell did anyone get out of that?"
Quite.

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https://twitter.com/bbcsoutheast/sta...14663045222400

https://www.facebook.com/BBCSouthEas...type=2&theater

video [March 10 2016]
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WATCH: Here's Heather Edwards' full interview with Giovanna Chirico, [33] whose fiancee Mark Trussler [partner of 14 years] died in the Shoreham air disaster. She says the publication of today's Air Accident Investigation Branch report has left her shocked and angered.
http://www.worthingherald.co.uk/news...gedy-1-7243965

2 March 2016

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Six months on Giovanna Chirico has remained strong for her children, but the 33-year-old admitted she still hopes Mark Trussler will walk through the back door one day, like nothing ever happened.

The Worthing father-of-six, who worked as a window cleaner, had taken his motorbike for a spin to Shoreham on August 22 to see the last flight of the Vulcan.

The couple were engaged and would have been celebrating 13 years together on September 27.

Engaged to Mark Trussler
Since 27 September 2002


https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=3&theater

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SECAMB Awards - Team of the year - Shoreham Aircrash
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I have not followed any of the story as I refuse to listen or watch mainstream 'News' but seeing the above post of the pilot that 'survived' this crash..I saw no sign of the ejector seat prior to the crash. I have been to many air displays in the past and over the years they have been slowly terminating these displays.. The best one was Mildenhall that was abandoned after the staged 9/11 attacks..

There is no way in the world the pilot would have survived that crash..and now I hear we have more extremely costly regulations that will put an end to the majority of the small displays although I am sure the 'pilot' breached current regs by flying over a crowd which (from memory) was banned after a crash in Germany some years ago?

For whatever reason they want to stop air displays, at this moment it appears to be ..problem..reaction..solution...


'RAF veteran Mr Morris [Jim Morris, of lawyers Irwin Mitchell] said: “It’s difficult to predict how long an air accident ­investigation will take.'

''''Oh Brother'''!

Penelope Schofield, 53, this week said she would carry out a “full and fearless” inquiry into the crash in which 11 people died.

But The Sun can reveal she was jailed for three months for perverting the course of justice.
The former solicitor claimed that she was behind the wheel of lover Nigel Phillips’ car when he crashed on his way home from a boozy CID Christmas party in December 1996.

Like an ex jailed coroner gets another job as a coroner ffs '''Oh Sister'''!!
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