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Loretta Fuddy Death - Obama Birth Certificate. - New evidence

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posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 09:11 PM
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I found information on a pilot/airmen website about Clyde Hiroshi Kawasaki. He's qualified on 737's and 777's and gliders!!!!
pilots-airmen.findthedata.org...

So he knows how to glide a plane... interesting, very interesting!
edit on 8-3-2014 by Mikeultra because: link




posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 09:33 PM
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This popped up on FB:

THE OBAMA BODY COUNT
Partial List)



posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 09:45 PM
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I didn't see this KITV interview with Kalaupapa residents. I can't understand what the woman at 1:23 is saying.


In the video below at 1:25 Richard Schuman says, "...you become a glider..." Good thing Clyde Kawasaki is rated to fly gliders!

edit on 8-3-2014 by Mikeultra because: glider video



posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 10:06 PM
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I think this photo clearly shows that Loretta was not wearing sneakers that had "scuba yellow" soles. Her sneakers were black tops with white and black soles. Keith Yamamoto looks like he's got Lorettas' head under water also.


edit on 8-3-2014 by Mikeultra because: mistaken about white top sneakers, they were black tops white soles



posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 10:24 PM
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Her shoes were black uppers with white or yellow rimmed soles. You can see them in an image just before the plane lands in the water.



posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 10:29 PM
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He would not get a shiny new plane as he didn't own the one that crashed. He leased it.



posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 10:37 PM
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CEHughes
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Her shoes were black uppers with white or yellow rimmed soles. You can see them in an image just before the plane lands in the water.

My mistake, you're correct the image from inside the plane before impact shows black tops with white soles. Still not scuba tank yellow. And the leased planes? Well now Schuman can buy his own planes for helping out... I wonder which body belongs to that white sneaker. Rosa Key maybe..., but it's bent out of shape.



posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 10:37 PM
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I think you are wrong about when he turned on the camera. The video shows the passengers sitting in their seats, the stall warning goes off and they land in the water. The whole sequence is about ten seconds. The engine failed two minutes into the flight so it would have glided about 30 seconds or so before landing. So he turned on the camera after the engine failed, they just edited the the first 20 seconds or so of the glide.



posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 10:41 PM
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It's hard to tell what the color of her soles are because they are in shadow versus bright sun light.

If you watch the video from NightLine you can see her feet one at a time come in and out of the water. She's pedaling her feet.



posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 10:50 PM
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Mr. Kawasakis' bloody head is blocking the registration number. Do you think the other people in the water were worried about sharks? I wouldn't stay near him. In fact this article that was written December 12, 2013 states that the passengers drifted away from him. So he decided to swim to shore. And why were the officials refusing to release the pilots name? Just to be difficult?




The pilot, whose name officials refuse to release, claims the plane's engine suffered a catastrophic failure after he heard a large bang shortly after takeoff . The pilot told authorities that he was successful in getting life vests on the planes' eight passengers before it crashed into the ocean about a half-mile offshore. The pilot says that he decided to swim ashore after the passengers began to drift from the crash site. The Coast Guard says it received a distress call around 3:27 p.m. Wednesday afternoon from the pilot of another plane who saw the crash debris. Coast Guard and Maui Fire Rescue helicopters rescued the surviving passengers from the ocean.
advanceindiana.blogspot.com...



posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 10:59 PM
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CEHughes
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It's hard to tell what the color of her soles are because they are in shadow versus bright sun light.

If you watch the video from NightLine you can see her feet one at a time come in and out of the water. She's pedaling her feet.

I think if anything she was trying to fend off the scuba killers! I'm not sure if I believe she's dead or in a witness protection program. I think it's more likely she was killed. All of the people connected with this should be watched into the near future as they are picked off in other accidents. I am convinced that the East West Center is at the center of this. And the University of Hawaii. Almost all of these people have connections to them.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 11:57 AM
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The pilot did not swim to shore, one of the passengers did.

If you were going to kill or disappear Ms. Fuddy you wouldn't concoct a scheme involving hundreds of strangers from numerous walks of life. You wouldn't crash land a plane (especially one with fixed landing gear) into the ocean if the goal was to put her into a witness protection program.

You guys are venturing into the fake moon landing territory.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 12:23 PM
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Actually, Fuddy was wearing black shoes with white soles. Those shoes don't match the shoes of anybody we know of. They're close to what Jacob Key was wearing but it would be impossible for him to get that angle for his shoe from where he's at. And nobody is within the camera's view who could have caused that shoe angle.

This is the footware we know of.

Kawasaki -black shoes,
73-yr-old woman white shoes with pink,
70-ish-year-old man - black nikes,
Fuddy - black shoes with white soles
Yamamoto - bare feet
Rosa Key - flip-flops in the cabin, bare feet in the water
Jacob Key - white tennis shoes with silver stripes (I want to look more closely at the treading water images for more detail on this
Holstein - don't know
Puentes - tn work boots

There are later images that strongly suggest either a black flotation device or else somebody in all-black wetsuit in that area. Those shoes presumably belong to whoever was holding onto that flotation device (if that's what it was). It doesn't appear to be any of the above people, who are the only ones who were "supposed" to be there.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 12:28 PM
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In the video you can see Rosa respond with shock, touching the arm of her husband in the seat across from her. That is supposed to be the moment they heard the warning go off, and the footage right before that shows people looking around. They could have done all kinds of editing but the motions of the cabin before the warning went off are less choppy than any sequence later in the video and thus seem to be less-edited than anything else.

If we take the video at face value, Puentes was filming the passengers when the warning went off and Rosa responded in surprise by touching her husband's shoulder and Puentes responded by pointing the camera to the water.

If the video isn't supposed to be taken at face value, then why didn't somebody explain the Puentes was filming the passengers, not the takeoff, before shutting it off and then restarting it after the warning sounded? It still wouldn't explain why it shows Rosa acting surprised...



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 12:30 PM
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What? You think they'd claim she died in her sleep? If they claimed that, there would be no "It's too crazy..." argument to give, and that is about the ONLY argument anybody can give in light of what's actually on the video and other evidence such as the death being reported before anybody should have been able to know there was a casualty...



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 12:36 PM
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There's a shot of the yellow that people have called her shoe, with the oval of what is called the sole facing the camera directly. For that to be Fuddy's shoe her ankle would have to be at an angle about 90 degrees to her body. Most people with their foot at a 90-degree angle to their body are on the way to the emergency room and face a LONG time of rehab to be able to walk again. Are you saying that her ankle was severely broken and she was thrashing it about? On my blog I've got close-ups which ask this question and others, regarding the theory that the black is Fuddy's pants bubbling and the yellow is the discolored white sole of her shoe. So far the only people who have addressed those questions basically said that a 90-degree angle is no big deal for an ankle. Nobody seems willing to demonstrate it for me though. lol



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 12:38 PM
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CEHughes
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The pilot did not swim to shore, one of the passengers did.

If you were going to kill or disappear Ms. Fuddy you wouldn't concoct a scheme involving hundreds of strangers from numerous walks of life. You wouldn't crash land a plane (especially one with fixed landing gear) into the ocean if the goal was to put her into a witness protection program.

You guys are venturing into the fake moon landing territory.


You know the saying, "If you don't like the message, don't kill the messenger"?
Keep that in mind as I direct you to this article which contradicts what you have said about Mr. Kawasaki. Actually in this article dated December 12, 2013 Schuman declined to identify the pilot who he said he's known since 1996. Also the Rev. Pat Killilea said the pilot swam ashore. Is the Reverend a liar?




Schuman declined to identify pilot, whom he has known since 1996, but said he flew for Aloha Airlines before it went out business in 2008 and other air carriers in Hawaii. "He joined us full time a year ago," Schuman said.
www.staradvertiser.com...




The Rev. Pat Killilea, pastor of St. Francis Church at Kalaupapa, said he didn't see the plane hit the water, but watched rescue operations from Kalaupapa's airport where the survivors were taken. Killilea said the pilot swam to shore to get help for the passengers floating offshore. "He (pilot) had been able to get the passengers out of the plane wearing their life vests. However, once in the water they were beginning to drift apart and so he decide to swim to shore to get help," Killilea said this morning in a phone interview. He added, "There was blood on his (pilot's) chest when he arrived at the airport." Also, while at the airport, Killilea said he spoke with crash survivors including Deputy Health Director Keith Yamamoto; Rosa Key, a National Park Service administrator at Kalaupapa; and Key's husband, Jake. The names of the pilot and other passengers have not been released. Killilea said Fuddy's body was taken to the settlement's care home where he held a prayer service for her. Her body was later taken to Molokai General Hospital. Killilea described the scene at the airport as "hectic but calm" as nurses and people from settlement attended to the eight survivors. "That's what happens here," Killilea said. "Everyone was on board to help."
www.staradvertiser.com...

And your assertion that hundreds of people are in on it is an exaggeration, it's probably less than 50. Look at Rev. Killileas' last sentence above, "That's what happens here, everyone was on board to help."



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 12:41 PM
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The priest of St Francis claimed that Kawasaki swam to shore. There was probably confusion over who exactly swam to shore because there were so many of them showing up on shore. MCFD's incident report said they were first trying to figure out if anybody was still left in the water because so many had been reported as having swum ashore, and there were only supposed to be 9 out there so it seemed like there shouldn't have been anybody left in the water. IOW, they had reports of somewhere close to 9 people swimming ashore - enough to make them think there might not be any people still left out there.

And future images will bear out those numbers...



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 12:54 PM
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A pilot can create a warning horn by turning off the fuel supply and/or either speeding up or reducing speed to levels that the plane's computer perceives as dangerous . It very much appears to me that this plane was planned to go down - for those extra people to be there so soon. And in fact, other images show extras in the water while passengers were still exiting. In fact, even before Fuddy exited. Those extra people would have had to be on board the plane, IMHO.

So Kawasaki could have slowed down the plane, which he'd want to do for the landing anyway, to create the horn sound. From there he would work on the landing. I'll have to ask my sources to be sure, but if the horn sounded because the speed was too slow, he would have had the option of speeding up the plane and going back up if he saw that the landing was probably not going to go well. If he created the horn sound by turning off the fuel supply he would be committed to land. The way we'd know which was done is by whether the engine is heard still running, but the video's sound is muffled so that can't be discerned. If the engine stopped then he was basically flying a glider, which he is certified to do.

I'm not a pilot; I'm saying this based on what my pilot-friend sources have told me and I hope I'm not butchering it too badly. =)



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 01:08 PM
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The MCFD's report also says that the triage that was done was NOT done at the airport. The medical people were at another place. I've meant to check out what the other place is, how far away it is, and when that location was chosen, because it's all jumbled up. The stories don't line up. It could be that what was at the airport was the "extras" arriving out of the water. Possibly through the use of SeaDoo underwater propulsion devices.



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