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Are you saying that 1:That the plane was sabotaged and the pilots,crew and passengers were murdered.2:And THEN Fuddy survived the crash and was 3: murdered by the rescue divers AND 4:Was caught on video?
How many ridiculous aspects can you have in one conspiratorial act anyway??If there isn't an acceptable number than there should be!Hoax bin material to me.edit on CSTWedpm31261 by TDawg61 because: (no reason given)
Fuddy, 65, was among nine people in a Cessna that crashed into the ocean Wednesday, shortly after leaving Kalaupapa Airport on the island of Molokai about 3:15 p.m. The eight others on the plane, including the pilot, were rescued, but Fuddy "remained in the fuselage of the plane," Honolulu Fire Capt. Terry Seelig told KHON-TV. "It's always a difficult situation when you're not able to get everybody out." On Thursday, Lt. William Juan with the Maui Police Department said that Fuddy's body had been recovered from the wreckage and that an autopsy would be conducted.
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OK, these were the ones I saved using alphabetical order instead of timestamps and I've only got the cropped ones so I'll have to look at the bandicam again and count frames to get screenshots of the full context. I have to head to work right now but if I have a chance to get on my son's computer this evening I can get the full bandicam shots. I could probably just go ahead and get the full-screen shots for all of these ones with Kawasaki; I had wanted to do that anyway.
I'll post those either later tonight or tomorrow. Are we able to use html here?
HONOLULU (Nov. 18, 2011) -- Heads of State and special envoys from eleven Pacific island nations met with President Obama, Secretary of State Clinton and other top U.S. and international officials in a special series of meetings organized by the East-West Center in parallel with the recently completed APEC leaders’ week in Honolulu, Hawai‘i. Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, and Tonga were represented. The Honorable Peter O’Neil, Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, was selected as the delegation’s Chairman, with Niue’s Premier, Hon. Toke Talagi, serving as Vice Chairman. The island leaders and envoys held a brief meeting with Obama, at which he remarked that he too is a Pacific islander, having been born and raised in Hawai‘i. The leaders discussed climate change issues, already a pressing threat for many low-lying island states.
OK , I have some instructions with screen captures as visuals. Stand by for private message. Might take about 10 minutes. You do know where your inbox is on private messages?
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Thanks. That's very helpful. I uploaded ZZ and ZZA but I don't know where the uploads went. I thought I was putting them in a post to VC but then I couldn't get back to what I had just typed in the post. So then I tried the upload icon on the posting screen but it said I needed to choose from stuff in a library and there was nothing in my library. I see the cloud up there now; maybe I could import the images from my blog page where I posted the whole sequence. I'll give it a try. Nope, looks like that's just text not images. I'm baffled. Like I said in the post I did post to VC, I've been having some sharp learning curves in the past couple weeks. Remembering and keeping straight the files/images I've got as well as how to do things in 5 or 6 different programs would be taxing even in good circumstances but I've been dealing with a lot of other stuff related to this subject as well.
So I'm going to need some help, I think. You've been very gracious and helpful, and I very much appreciate any help I can get. =)
The airline was established and started operations in July 1974 when it was incorporated as Air Nevada, an on-demand charter operator. Scheduled services started in 1978. After Eagle Canyon Airlines acquired its network of tour operators, Air Nevada ceased operations in January 1998, changed its operating name to Pacific Wings and continued its scheduled services within Hawaii. It is owned by Greg Kahlstorf (50%) and Frank Ford (50%). On February 1, 2007, the airline began operating flights between Honolulu and Molokai, Honolulu and Lanai, and Kahului and Molokai as PW Express, offering $49 one way fares on every seat on every flight. Service to Kapalua, West Maui began a month later. PW Express service terminated in July 2009 in the wake of Pacific Wings cutbacks following an incident with airport security in Kahului. In May 2013, the airline confirmed reports that it would be ending all flights in Hawaii on June 15, 2013. By the time the reports emerged, the airline had reduced its service to Honolulu, Kahului, Kona, and Molokai; having eliminated flights Hana, Kalaupapa, and Kamuela
After several videotaped incidents in 2005, Pacific Wings accused the security firm Wackenhut of harassment. The first known recorded incident reported in the media happened in October 2005, after the President of the airline and one of his employees were attacked by Wackenhut Security Manager "Butch" Tam Ho in an airport conference room during a meeting in which Pacific Wings requested to bring repeated incidents of harassment by Wackenhut personnel to the attention of airport management. The airline President and his employee were then placed under citizen's arrest by Wackenhut personnel and held for hours without being Mirandized or allowed access to a telephone. The airline executive was knocked unconscious during the event, and his employee suffered a facial fracture. Neither the Pacific Wings President nor the employee were ever charged by prosecutors with any crime, and both arrest records were expunged six months after the incident. Tam Ho was indicted on two counts of witness tampering by a federal Grand Jury in May 2008 and faces up to 10 years in prison in connection with the event. The case went to trial in early 2009, and on October 16, 2009, Tam Ho was found not guilty on all counts due to a legal technicality involving whether Tam Ho's admitted assault was done under color of law. On November 14, 2005, another employee was accosted by another Wackenhut Security Guard while unloading supplies at the same airport. The employee videotaped the entire incident. On the videotape clip repeatedly broadcast in local media, the guard is shown threatening to kill the employee with a sidearm, shoving and cursing at the employee, and spitting on the employee. The guard, Eric Brown, was arrested by Maui Police and charged with terroristic threatening. Brown was later banned from working on any state property or facility. On July 8, 2009, Pacific Wings temporarily suspended its Hawaii operations a day after an alleged confrontation between airline employees and Securitas airport police attempting to deliver a citation to Gabe Kimbrell, the airline's president and chief operations officer, in connection with a fuel spill and alleged improper storage of fuel in the airline's Kahului hangar the previous month. The airline resumed flights two days later, announcing that it was reducing service to just three routes, completely eliminating service to Kona and increasing ticket prices.
Before Makani Kai Air entered the Kalaupapa market, Pacific Wings was the only airline providing scheduled service and had operated under the essential air service contract from August 2002 through March 2007. But Pacific Wings declined to apply for the contract renewal, instead providing service to Kalaupapa without a government subsidy, which allowed it to set its own schedule and price structure, as well as cancel flights.
According to the state Department of Transportation, Airports Division, Pacific Wings’ one-way ticket price from Honolulu to Kalaupapa was $500. The airline no longer serves Kalaupapa. The residents and visitors to Kalaupapa had been paying what Schuman described as “exorbitant” prices to Pacific Wings. Makani Kai Air offers Kalaupapa residents a 50 percent discount off its regular ticket price — it currently charges them $49.39 to fly to Molokai Airport and $81.64 to fly to Honolulu International Airport. “The market, left alone, Pacific Wings couldn’t, just couldn’t prevail,” Schuman said. “They were taking advantage of the situation for several years.” In addition to applying for the essential air service contract for Kalaupapa Airport, Makani Kai Air also has applied for the essential air service contract for Waimea-Kohala Airport in Waimea on the Big Island. If it wins that contract, it will generate about $750,000 in business per year, Schuman said. But, aside from the essential air service contracts, Makani Kai Air has no additional plans to expand.
In October 2012, the airline brought a new city to the network, Hana, located on the far east side of Maui. The flights operate twice a day under a partnership with the owners of the resort in Hana. The airline also outsourced eight flights a day to Schuman Aviation - Makani Kai, to bring additional frequencies on the Maui - Kona route, bringing the total daily flights to fifteen on peak days, each way. When Island Air announced plans to retire their fleet of Dash 8 aircraft, Mokulele jumped on the opportunity and ordered additional Caravans to fill the gap.