Sunday, April 5, 2015

Why the Transport Ministry need to lie, if it was really an accident due to bad weather?

Not Sabotage but outright murder.

14 April 2015.

Not sabotage but outright murder. The obvious clue; Transport minister caught lying
about the "bad" weather immediately after the crash. This so called "bad weather" was really a pathetic excuse. If such mild "bad weather" could cause the copter crash, then logically we should be having at least one accidental crash every week. 

It also begs the question "If this was such a pathetic excuse of an accident, why even bring it up before the Transport Ministry has any evidence? Why the instant cover-up?" 

Everything tells us this is another publicly displayed crash set-up; like the 3 Malaysian owned (and controlled) airline crashes; like Teoh Beng Hock and Ahmad Sarbani "fell-from-the building murders" during MACC interrogation; like Scorpene-Altantuya explosive murder scandal. 

There are obvious common factors in all these publicly displayed murders, but it is a taboo to discuss them in the so-called public free press.  

Speculation on Sabotage or another disinfo distraction.

Speculation of sabotage have resurfaced after data from the cockpit voice recorder showed the helicopter carrying Rompin MP Jamaluddin Jarjis may have exploded in mid-air before it crash landed in Semenyih.

Online portal The Malay Mail reported that the Eurocopter Dauphin AS365N2 helicopter was flying at around 2,000 feet over Semenyih when it experienced a sudden drop in altitude and all communications went dead.

The situation gives strong indication that there was an explosion on board before the helicopter crash landed, said the Malay Mail, which picked up the news from an exclusive in Umno-controlled newspaper NST. The NST exclusive had quoted an unnamed source for its article.

Six people were killed when the helicopter crashed en route from Kuantan to Sungai Besi on April 4, including Rompin MP Tan Sri Jamaluddin Jarjis and the prime minister’s private chief secretary Datuk Azlin Alias


SABOTAGE FEARS RETURN: JJ copter shock - cockpit recorder indicates EXPLOSION before crash landing




WAS BAD WEATHER REALLY TO BLAME? Poor visibility at time of chopper explosion - Liow


PETALING JAYA - The Subang Meteorological Department station recorded bad weather when the helicopter crashed in Semenyih. A Meteorological Department forecaster said the Subang station recorded a visibility of 3,500m with slight thunderstorms at 4.32pm.

“The weather remained the same until 5pm when visibility improved to 5,000m but there were still thunderstorms.” Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said the accident came as a shock and investigations were under way. “We have deployed officers from the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) to the crash site.” Liow said the investigation team was also gathering flight data from the air control tower.



Why did the Transport Minister (Liow) find it necessary to lie about the bad weather?


JJ'S CRASH WAS 'HORRIBLE': I saw copter nosedive into ground’ - pilot of passing plane Monday, 06 April 2015 07:06

He said the weather was fair with rain, but there was no storm.
“In my experience, the crash was not due to the weather. I saw it happen…it was horrible. After the incident, I contacted the control tower about the IGB helicopter crash and continued my journey as I was ferrying some passengers.

JJ'S CRASH WAS 'HORRIBLE': I saw copter nosedive into ground’ - pilot of passing plane
KUALA LUMPUR - The pilot of a light plane who was in the Kajang area yesterday evening has described seeing the final moments of the Eurocopter Dauphin helicopter before it crashed near Semenyih.

The pilot, identified only as “Captain Lee” told Astro Awani TV that he had communicated with the pilot of the ill-fated helicopter on their positions and destinations it went down.

All six people on board the helicopter were killed.

Lee said he was flying a light plane from Johor to Subang at the time of the accident.

“It was about 5 pm, I was on the way from Johor to Subang when I saw a helicopter heading to Subang from Kuantan. On approaching Kajang I saw the helicopter had an IGB logo and I continued flying.

“Three minutes later I looked back and saw the aircraft nosedive into the ground. I saw the helicopter crash and black smoke billowed from the site. Seen from the air, I can confirm the helicopter crashed,” he said in a telephone conversation with the private television station.

He said the weather was fair with rain, but there was no storm.

“In my experience, the crash was not due to the weather. I saw it happen…it was horrible. After the incident, I contacted the control tower about the IGB helicopter crash and continued my journey as I was ferrying some passengers.

“According to the helicopter position at the time, the route was almost the same. I last checked the time (before the incident) and it was 4.55 pm.

“Prior to the incident, I spoke to the helicopter pilot and exchanged information about approaching Kajang,” Lee said.

On board the helicopter were the MP for Rompin, Jamaluddin Jarjis; the principal private secretary to the prime minister, Azlin Alias; Kedah property developer Tan Huat Seang; Jamaluddin’s bodyguard Razakan Seran; the pilot, Capt Clifford Fournier; and operations assistant Aidana Baizieva. - BERNAMA



Monday, 06 April 2015 06:58
I WAS IN JJ'S CHOPPER: Narrow escape for Kuantan state rep

Really?  A few hours earlier (from time of crash) would have been early afternoon. Again the implication of bad weather which was not recorded on both the Subang Aziz & KLIA weather stations. Both stations recorded "mostly cloudy" condition. 
He said Jamaluddin had to leave the reception early to attend a dinner function in Kuala Lumpur. 
"The helicopter was supposed to have landed in Subang by afternoon," he said.
Wan Kadri said Jamaluddin had wanted to visit one of his staff, whose father had passed away in Bandar Tun Razak.

"However, he abandoned the plan due to bad weather. We also had to cancel another plan to visit Jamaluddin's land which he had wanted to donate to a 'tahfiz' centre," he said.
"I am still in shock since I was in that helicopter a few hours earlier," he said.

KUANTAN - The helicopter that crashed with four passengers on board was carrying a fifth passenger when it took off from Pekan, Pahang on Saturday afternoon after attending the wedding of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak's daughter in Taman Tasik Sultan Abu Bakan.

Bukit Ibam assemblyman Datuk Wan Kadri Wan Mahussin (pix), who was with Tan Sri Dr Jamaluddin Jarjis and five others in the ill-fated helicopter, got off near Bandar Tun Razak.

He said Jamaluddin had to leave the reception early to attend a dinner function in Kuala Lumpur.

"The helicopter was supposed to have landed in Subang by afternoon," he said.

Wan Kadri said Jamaluddin had wanted to visit one of his staff, whose father had passed away in Bandar Tun Razak.

"However, he abandoned the plan due to bad weather. We also had to cancel another plan to visit Jamaluddin's land which he had wanted to donate to a 'tahfiz' centre," he said.

Wan Kadri said he was dropped off at Kota Bahagia, near Bandar Tun Razak, before the rest continued their journey to Kuala Lumpur.

"I was told of the mishap by a friend when I was on my way to Muadzam Shah. I was told that the helicopter had not landed in Subang but at the same time reports said a helicopter had crashed near Semenyih.

"I am still in shock since I was in that helicopter a few hours earlier," he said.

Jamaluddin, the six-term Rompin MP, would have turned 64 on May 25.

After an illustrious career in politics, he was appointed Malaysian ambassador to the United States in 2009 and his four-year tenure in Washington placed Malaysia-US ties at the highest level.

"We owe the strengthening of our bilateral relationship much to his creativity, energy and vision. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this very difficult time," US ambassador to Malaysia Joseph Y. Yun said in the embassy's condolence message that was posted on its website on Saturday night.

Deputy Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Abd Muttalib said Jamaluddin was not only a colleague in politics but had once been his mathematics teacher too.

Ismail said the last time they met was at the wedding reception of Najib's daughter.

In addition, Ismail had also exchanged greetings with the chief private secretary to the prime minister, Datuk Azlin Alias, at the "kenduri" and described the late Azlin as a simple and humble person. - Bernama



Full article: http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=489131:i-was-in-jjs-chopper-narrow-escape-for-kuantan-state-rep&Itemid=2#ixzz3WUQ18rhS
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Tuesday, 07 April 2015 09:56

WHY SO DEFENSIVE: No proof to suggest sabotage in JJ chopper crash - cops


Why are the police so quick to "jump the gun" with the "considered an accident" conclusion when the debris had not be fully recovered for forensic examination. All options should be looked into. Seek and you shall find. How can be investigation be "NON BIAS" if it starts with a vested interest planted notion that "IT MUST BE AN ACCIDENT". The more cover-up and distraction, the more likely it was not an accidental tragedy but a murder ploy set up to look like an accident.  Again, CUI BONO.
“At this point, there are no indications of criminal elements involved and until proven otherwise, the crash will be considered an accident,” he said.

“We will not reclassify the case until the report by AAIB is finalised.”

Abdul Samah said the authorities were planning how to shift out bigger parts of the helicopter’s wreckage from the crash site.

“All the major components have been identified by the investigation team but we are waiting for the green light from AAIB before we lift the parts. We don’t want to simply remove the parts as it may jeopardise the investigation,” he said.

He said the search area would not be expanded if the branch was satisfied with the major components identified so far.

“We will also discuss with the Transport Ministry the possible options before the wreckage is taken to the police air unit in Sungai Besi,” he said.

http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=490001:why-so-defensive-no-proof-to-suggest-sabotage-in-jj-chopper-crash-cops&Itemid=2#axzz3WUFjsiXJ



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