posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 11:47 AM
please, someone expects people to believe that divers and the pilot or who ever planned exactly where the plane would go down, while they wait a half
mile out in the ocean for it to happen. and then allowed someone from the plane to capture them on video, and not take that person out to.
please, do you know how much planning and detail would be need to do such a thing, and then leave anyone alive to tell the tale.
just someone reaching.
besides i bet with further digging it will be found out that it was coast guard divers or fire/ rescue divers in the so called leaked pictures.
it is known that they responded.
edit on 26-2-2014 by hounddoghowlie because: (no reason given)
I'm just playing devils advocate here.
1.) It would not take much precision for a trained pilot to take a plane down in any certain area. You realize that some pilots fly water
takeoff/landing planes and are required to make tight landings every day of the year.
2.) It was a go-pro and maybe they were not aware of the camera even being there.
3.) They were not a half a mile away from shore.
4.) The coast guard responded first with a flyover then subsequent water rescue. There has been no mention of any divers used in the rescue.
Edit to Add:
Her cause of death as reported:
Fuddy was the only fatality in the crash. All the passengers, including Fuddy, safely evacuated the plane and activated life-vests, but
according to a newly released autopsy, Fuddy suffered a cardiac arrhythmia while floating in the water, waiting for rescuers.
Her brother, Lewis Fuddy, says that she did not have any known heart problems, but according to Maui County police, the arrhythmia was the result of
In the source article they mention the possibility of an injection. A quick google search brought me this from a medical publication:
Bradycardia and cardiac arrest caused by intramyometrial injection of vasopressin during a laparoscopically assisted myomectomy.
Hobo R1, Netsu S, Koyasu Y, Tsutsumi O.
Vasopressin is often used locally to reduce blood loss during surgery. The use of a local infiltration of a low concentration of vasopressin, less
than 0.05-0.3 units/mL, has been considered to be safe. The use of low-dose vasopressin is not free of side effects, and it can also sometimes cause
In a healthy woman with multiple uterine myomas, we experienced a case of sudden cardiac arrest immediately after the intramyometrial injection of
vasopressin at a total dose of 11 units (0.2 units/mL). The patient was successfully resuscitated.
Local intramyometrial infiltration of low-dose vasopressin may cause lethal cardiopulmonary complications.
edit on 2/26/2014 by freakjive because: (no reason given)