Plane Crashes

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Army helicopter falls in the sector El Hatillo Volcano, reports Civil protection
Translated from Spanish by Microsoft
The meteorologícas conditions in the area today were adverse as there was low ceiling and limited visibility for VFR flights. Apparently the ship is the ACE 332B1 ViP Super Puma.

Civil Protection of El Hatillo confirmed that a helicopter belonging to the Venezuelan Army rushed into the El Volcán de El Hatillo sector.

The mayor of El Hatillo, Elias Sayegh reported via Twitter that the helicopter fell in a green area of Oripoto and had seven people on board.

Neighbors reported hearing explosions near the heliport in Oripoto.

It was reported that mixed commissions
are coordinating the search on the site.

 

c.a.

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As a result of the emergency landing of a passenger plane in Sheremetyevo, ten people were killed, reports the agency "Moscow". Baza writes about the 12 dead, Tass - about one.

The tail part of the liner is completely destroyed, rescuers are trying to get to the back rows through the twisted metal, where victims may be injured, an Interfax source said.

The Aeroflot Superjet-100 aircraft, performing the Moscow-Murmansk flight, soon after taking off from Sheremetyevo, requested an emergency landing due to a fire. Among the possible causes was called lightning; according to some sources, the aircraft engine caught fire. According to Interfax, the airliner sent a distress signal without radio contact with the ground and caught fire after hitting his nose into the runway. On board were 78 people - 73 passengers and five crew members.

Open fire extinguished.



A criminal case of violation of safety rules on transport, which resulted in the death of two or more persons.
 

anka

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The Aeroflot Superjet-100 aircraft, performing the Moscow-Murmansk flight, soon after taking off from Sheremetyevo, requested an emergency landing due to a fire. Among the possible causes was called lightning.
I could not find confirmation for this bit anywhere else but one of mainstream news outlets in Czech is referring to TASS media agency that it was indeed lightning and the hit was allegedly confirmed by one of the crew members. Wondering whether this will be acknowledged or played down. Deaths from lightnings on the ground seem to be on the rise, dead birds falling down from the sky... atmosphere is perhaps becoming unsuitable for flying. Guess we might see more of these incidents coming soon :-(
 

angelburst29

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Another photo of the Russian plane fire ... death toll now 41.

Russian investigators say plane crash death toll rises to 41
A passenger plane is seen on fire after an emergency landing at the Sheremetyevo Airport outside Moscow, Russia May 5, 2019. The Investigative Committee of Russia/Handout via REUTERS.

Russian authorities said late on Sunday that 41 people died when a Sukhoi Superjet 100 crash-landed at Moscow Sheremetyevo airport.
“There were 78 people on board, including crew members,” the Russian Investigative Committee said in a statement on its website.

“According to updated information, 37 out of them survived.”

Earlier on Sunday, the investigators said 13 people had been killed in the plane crash.

I could not find confirmation for this bit anywhere else but one of mainstream news outlets in Czech is referring to TASS media agency that it was indeed lightning and the hit was allegedly confirmed by one of the crew members. Wondering whether this will be acknowledged or played down. Deaths from lightnings on the ground seem to be on the rise, dead birds falling down from the sky... atmosphere is perhaps becoming unsuitable for flying. Guess we might see more of these incidents coming soon :-(
TASS (below) only has a short description of the incident. I'll keep checking to see if they report "lightning".

41 people died in plane fire at Sheremetyevo

© @artempetrovich via AP

Forty-one people died in the Sukhoi Superjet 100 plane crash at Sheremetyevo Airport, Yelena Markovskaya, spokesperson for the Moscow interregional transport investigation department of the Russian Investigative Committee, told reporters.

"Forty-one people died," she said.

In total 78 people were onboard, 37 of them survived, including four crew members.
 

c.a.

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Extensive report by South Front and SOTT.
Snip: Video / Tweets
Order of events based on official data and reports in the Russian media:
The Superjet-100 took-off from Moscow on 18:02 (local time). The SU1492 is the flight between Moscow and Murmansk. The supposed flight time is about 2h 30m.

The aircraft requested an emergency landing shortly after the take-off and returned to the airport on about 18:30 (local time);

According to some reports, the initial reason of the emergency landing was that the crew had expiriences communication problems. Another version is that the reason of the need to return to the airport was a lightning strike, which hit the aircraft

The Superjet-100 did not land during the first try and had to make a second attempt to land.

According to some reports, the engines fire happened after the first failed landing. Aeroflot confirmed that the engires catched the fire after the landing, but did not provide much details. Reportedly, even if the fire appeared in the air, it did not spread notably.

Existing photos and videos allow to suggest that the plane catched fire after as a result of the crash-landing. The plane reportedly jumped-up 3 times, its chassis broke. The fire expanded as a result of the contact of the plane with the strip and a supposed fuel spillage [the SU1492 was in the air only about 28 minutes and reportedly saved more than 60% of its fuel].

The fire engulfed the entire tail end of the jet. According to reprots, this became one of the main reasons of the casualties.

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I could not find confirmation for this bit anywhere else but one of mainstream news outlets in Czech is referring to TASS media agency that it was indeed lightning and the hit was allegedly confirmed by one of the crew members. Wondering whether this will be acknowledged or played down. Deaths from lightnings on the ground seem to be on the rise, dead birds falling down from the sky... atmosphere is perhaps becoming unsuitable for flying. Guess we might see more of these incidents coming soon :-(
This article also mentions bad weather and a lightning strike hitting the plane.

"We took off and then lightning struck the plane," the Komsomolskaya Pravda daily cited one surviving passenger, Mr Pyotr Egorov, as saying.

Forty-one reported killed after Russian passenger plane crash-lands in Moscow

Published on May 5, 2019 (1:17 min.)

Forty-one people on board a Russian Aeroflot passenger plane were killed on Sunday (May 5), including two children, after the aircraft caught fire as it made a bumpy emergency landing at a Moscow airport, Russian investigators said.

Television footage showed the Sukhoi Superjet 100 bouncing along the tarmac at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport before the rear part of the plane suddenly burst into flames.

Many passengers on board SU 1492 then escaped via the plane's emergency slides that inflated after the hard landing.

[...] The Investigative Committee said it had opened an investigation and was looking into whether the pilots had breached air safety rules.

Dramatic footage shared on social media showed the plane engulfed in flames as it landed on the tarmac, and passengers leaping onto an inflatable slide and running away from the burning aircraft.

Some passengers blamed bad weather and lightning.

"We took off and then lightning struck the plane," the Komsomolskaya Pravda daily cited one surviving passenger, Mr Pyotr Egorov, as saying.

"The plane turned back and there was a hard landing. We were so scared, we almost lost consciousness. The plane jumped down the landing strip like a grasshopper and then caught fire on the ground."

State TV broadcast mobile phone footage shot by another passenger in which people could be heard screaming.

President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev expressed their condolences and ordered investigators to establish what had happened.

DEBRIS IN THE ENGINES
The Flightradar24 tracking service showed that the plane had circled twice over Moscow before making an emergency landing after just under 30 minutes in the air.

The plane's under-carriage gave way on impact and its engines caught fire.

Interfax cited a source as saying the plane had only succeeded making an emergency landing on the second attempt and that some of the aircraft's systems had then failed.

The emergency landing was so hard that debris had found its way into the engines, sparking a fire that swiftly engulfed the rear of the fuselage, the same source said.

Russian investigators said they were looking into various versions.
 

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The Russian Investigative Committee has announced that bad weather conditions, jet malfunction, and poor professional skills of those involved are among the main version of what caused the tragedy.
And a terrorist attack is not possible? A bomb, for example. The Russians are very discret about the subject of terrorist attacks. Plus, how come a poor professional skill can produce a fire like that?
 

JEEP

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Regarding the jet that crash landed in Jacksonville, FL and slid into the St. Johns river, although there were no human fatalities, today's paper reports: "Navy divers on Sunday began recovering containers holding the corpses of cats and dogs that drowned in the forward cargo area of the plane."

I found this on the net:
Missing Pets Involved in Jacksonville Plane Crash Found, Says US Navy

U.S. military officers have found pets that went missing after a chartered jet crashed in northern Florida on May 3.

The Naval Air Station (NAS) at Jacksonville confirmed that the bodies of a dog and two cats owned by a military family were recovered from the aircraft floating on St. Johns River.

“Every possible avenue to rescue these animals was pursued following the incident. One animal that traveled in the cabin was safely removed by its owner,” NAS Jacksonville said in a Facebook post dated May 5.

The station described the recovery effort as a “sad task” conducted in the “most dignified way possible with the base veterinarian on site to ensure all protocols were followed.”

“The animals will be cremated through a local company,” NAS Jacksonville said.

The station was unable to rescue the animals earlier because it could not guarantee the safety of rescue crew members.

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) sent a team of investigators to inspect the partially submerged aircraft. Rescuers searched in the cargo area but saw no crates and heard no animal noises. They also did not see any pet carriers above water.

The station confirmed that all humans aboard the plane had walked away from the crash without critical injuries, with only a 3-month-old baby being sent to hospital as a precaution.

“I think it is a miracle,” NAS Jacksonville Captain Michael Connor told AP. “We could be talking about a different story this evening.”

Investigators will continue to examine the aircraft for any potential environmental and human factors that could have caused the plane to roll into the river. One factor, which has been widely reported, is that the pavement on the runway was not grooved.

Additional details:
The wire service newspaper article contained questioning regarding the pilots' request to a change of runway:

The pilots on the Miami Air International plane requested the change to air traffic controllers shortly before landing at Naval Air Station Jacksonville Friday night.

The 9,000-foot-long runway where the Boeing 737 landed was essentially limited to 7,800 feet since there was a wire barrier set up to recover Navy aircraft in instances they couldn’t land on a carrier during training, said Bruce Landsberg, vice chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board.

We don’t know what they were thinking or why they made that choice,” Landsberg said at a news conference. “That will be one of the things we look to find out.”

Landsberg didn’t elaborate on the significance of the runway change, but said it would be a focus of investigation.

NTSB investigators said they hope a cockpit voice recorder helps them answer that question, but they have been unable to recover it yet since the part of the plane where it’s located is still underwater in the St. Johns River. Investigators also plan to interview the pilots, Landsberg said.

Investigators have retrieved the flight data recorder.

Landsberg said the plane recently had been in maintenance, and logs showed a left-hand thrust reverser that was inoperative.

Thrust reversers are used to divert thrust from the engine, but they typically aren’t used in calculating a plane’s performance, Landsberg said.

According to a Purdue University College of Engineering description , reverse thrust can be used to help an aircraft come to a stop.

“We will be looking very carefully at the maintenance of the aircraft in the several weeks prior,” Landsberg said.

Obviously, the loss of pets doesn't begin to compare to the loss of life in the most recent jet crash in Moscow, but what a tragic end for those caged animals. Death by drowning or the firey deaths of the 41 passengers in the Moscow crash - so much grief for these and the previously reported crashes. Interesting the pictures of airplane debris, including engine parts, on the ground surrounding the previous crashes, yet how many Americans still think the 911 crashes that contained no such parts were exactly as reported. Readers here are well aware of the players involved in these deceptions. And more regarding Boeing:

Boeing didn't tell airlines that safety alert wasn't on

Boeing says it didn't tell pilots and airlines that a safety alert on its 737 Max jets was not working until after one of the planes crashed in Indonesia last year.

The safety alert, called an "angle of attack" (AOA) indicator, tells pilots if a sensor is transmitting bad data. It was designed to warn pilots about the kind of sensor malfunction that occurred in the crash in Indonesia and another five months later in Ethiopia. It had been operational in previous versions of the 737, but was switched off in the 737 Max.

Boeing said Sunday that the planes could be flown safely without the alert, but said it will be included in the 737 Max before the planes are flown again.

How nice that Boeing will include the safety alert on the 737 Max before those planes fly again. Life here in the Twilight Zone is getting more and more nutzoid!

Tough news morning with not only the airplane crash stories but this as well:


ASOS billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen today said an emotional farewell to his three children who were killed in the Easter Sunday terror attack in Sri Lanka.

The tycoon wrapped his arms around his wife Anne and their surviving daughter Astrid as the three white coffins draped with flowers and balloons were carried into Aarhus cathedral in Denmark.

Guess we're in for a long run of these kind of tragedies. :-(
 

youlik

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And a terrorist attack is not possible? A bomb, for example. The Russians are very discret about the subject of terrorist attacks. Plus, how come a poor professional skill can produce a fire like that?
В данном случае как раз действия пилотов вызывают вопросы. При первом касании земли самолет подпрыгнул и уже при втором касании подломились стойки шасси, самолет упал на двигатели и начался пожар. Посмотрите, в начале этого ролика все это видно хорошо. Другой вопрос: могли ли пилоты сработать по другому в той конкретной ситуации, ведь на борту были какие то неполадки?


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In this case, just the actions of the pilots raise questions. At the first touch of the ground, the plane jumped up and at the second touch the landing gear broke down, the plane fell on the engines and a fire began. Look, at the beginning of this video all this can be seen well. Another question: could the pilots work differently in that particular situation, because on Board there were some problems?
Почему аварийная посадка SSJ-100 обернулась катастрофой
 

JEEP

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And a terrorist attack is not possible? A bomb, for example. The Russians are very discret about the subject of terrorist attacks. Plus, how come a poor professional skill can produce a fire like that?
In this case, just the actions of the pilots raise questions. At the first touch of the ground, the plane jumped up and at the second touch the landing gear broke down, the plane fell on the engines and a fire began. Look, at the beginning of this video all this can be seen well. Another question: could the pilots work differently in that particular situation, because on Board there were some problems?
If one wants to entertain conspiracy theory speculation, maybe not so much the pilots but what caused the problem in the first place - lightning has been advanced as the cause. Now, consider that the Cs have made clear that STO/STS battle manifests as weather - so, there's that. But another thought crossed my mind - directed energy beam or whatever from weaponized space satellite? It's for sure the Deep State/satanic globalists are in a death match with Putin/Russia. Would they go so far as to utilize space weaponry to carry out an attack under the guise of say lightning? Of course, could just be that our more and more electrically-charged atmosphere which is undeniably producing massive amounts of lightning strikes with every storm, may indeed be the explanation for this tragic crash. Additionally, didn't the presumed lightning strike damage components of the jet in such a way that normal control by the pilots wasn't possible? This article brings up some further questionable points:

Moscow plane fire: reports claim jet was struck by lightning

Russian authorities have said the deadly fire onboard an Aeroflot passenger jet was probably caused by pilot error, a technical malfunction or “adverse weather conditions”, apparently referring to reports that lightning struck the plane after takeoff.
[...]
The country’s transport minister has said there is no reason to ground the fleet of Sukhoi aircraft, which is the leading civilian passenger jet developed in Russia since the days of the Soviet Union. The jet makes up one-fifth of the fleet at Aeroflot, the national carrier.

Regional carrier Yamal Airlines, the country’s second biggest operator of the Superjet after Aeroflot, said on Monday it was cancelling its planned purchase of 10 of the planes, but cited high servicing costs, not safety concerns.
[...]
Tatyana Kasatkina, a flight attendant who forcibly evacuated passengers, told the Russian news website Baza: “You could see the fire [outside]. People were yelling that we’re burning but there was no fire inside of the plane […] I pushed the door open with my leg and grabbed the passengers so that they didn’t delay during the evacuation. I grabbed them by the collar.”

Some passengers were shown in footage of the evacuation carrying luggage, including large backpacks and rolling suitcases, that they had apparently retrieved from overhead cabins.

The pictures raised questions in Russian media of whether the rush to retrieve hand luggage had put lives at risk by slowing the evacuation from the burning plane. Investigators have said they would review the behaviour of pilots and flight crew during the accident, but have not indicated that the evacuation was in any way mishandled.

Crew members said it was hit by hail while flying through clouds near Sheremetyevo airport, before apparently being struck by lightning.

“A bright flash and a clap,” the pilot Denis Yevdokimov said, describing the alleged lightning strike. The plane lost all communications and its electronic flight system failed, he said.

Video of the landing showed the plane bouncing along the tarmac before bursting into flames. The tail section became consumed by fire, discharging thick, black smoke as passengers were evacuated using emergency slides. Fire engines sped towards the blaze as some passengers were seen fleeing across the tarmac in tears. Some were carrying luggage they had apparently retrieved from overhead cabins.
[...]
Reports have indicated most of those killed were in the tail section. A seating chart showed all but one of the passengers killed were seated behind row 10. It took firefighters more than an hour to reach passengers in the tail section.

Well, thank god the survivors were able to retrieve their luggage!!! :mad:
 

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Regarding the jet that crash landed in Jacksonville, FL and slid into the St. Johns river, although there were no human fatalities, today's paper reports: "Navy divers on Sunday began recovering containers holding the corpses of cats and dogs that drowned in the forward cargo area of the plane."
Thrust reverser 'not working' on plane that crashed in river in Florida
Thrust reverser 'not working' on plane that crashed in river in Florida

May 6, 2019 - A feature that helps aircraft slow down on landing was broken on a Boeing 737 that skidded into a river in Florida, a top transportation safety official said on Sunday (May 5).

The plane carrying 143 people slid off the runway after a hard landing last Saturday at a naval air station in Jacksonville during a lightning storm.

Police said 21 people were taken to hospital with minor injuries, but no fatalities or critical injuries were reported.

Transport safety officials said one of the thrust reversers, which are supposed to help to slow the aircraft down, was not working.

"The aircraft had been in maintenance and the maintenance log noted that the left-hand thrust reverser was inoperative," Mr Bruce Landsberg, vice-chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, told reporters on Sunday.

He said investigators would be examining the maintenance of the aircraft in the weeks prior to the accident "and the condition of the thrust reversers will obviously be of interest".

The pilot also requested a change of runway, landing on one air traffic control advised had naval equipment on it, reducing the available runway length by 365m, Mr Landsberg said.

"We don't know what they were thinking or why they made that choice. That will be one of the things we look to find out, as we go through the cockpit voice recorder," he said.

The flight data recorder had been recovered, but the cockpit voice recorder remained underwater in the tail of the aircraft.

"When we recover it, (it) will give us much more information on what the crew was thinking," he said.

Thunderstorms and lightning have been hampering efforts to retrieve the plane fuselage.

The navy had arranged for divers to recover several pets which are believed to have drowned in the cargo hold, he said.

Booms had also been set up to contain jet fuel spilling into the St Johns River.

Passengers on the flight from the US base at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba to Jacksonville included military personnel and family members.

Passengers clambered across the wings of the partially submerged plane before being transported to shore in inflatable boats.

"We couldn't tell where we were, a river or an ocean. There was rain coming down. There was lightning and thunder. We stood on that wing for a significant period of time," Ms Cheryl Bormann, a defence attorney who was on board the flight, told CNN.

The plane involved was a Boeing 737-800, in operation for 18 years, according to the FlightRadar24 website.

US aerospace giant Boeing is under scrutiny following two crashes that killed a total of 346 passengers and crew and grounded its newer 737 Max planes worldwide.

Both a Lion Air crash in Indonesia in October and March's Ethiopian Airlines crash outside Addis Ababa occurred shortly after takeoff.

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No survivors found in Mexico crash of jet carrying 13 people
No survivors found in Mexico crash of jet carrying 13 people

May6, 2019 - All 13 people aboard were killed when a private jet crashed between the U.S. city of Las Vegas and Monterrey in northern Mexico, authorities said on Monday.

The wreckage of the plane was found via aerial surveillance in a remote mountainous zone in the northern municipality of Ocampo, the government of Coahuila state said in a statement.

A photograph published on local television network Milenio showed what it said were the burnt remnants of the plane, broken into pieces, spread over charred earth.

The Coahuila government said the flight plan listed 13 people on board. It said no survivors were found.

Mexican media reported that the passengers had been to a boxing match between Mexican boxer Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and U.S. fighter Daniel Jacobs in Las Vegas on Saturday.

The nationalities of the victims were not immediately clear. The surnames of the three crew and 10 passengers published by the Coahuila government were all Hispanic.

The victims were aged between 57 and 19, according to a version of the passenger list published in Mexican media.

Newspaper Diario de Yucatan said on its website that among the victims were 55-year-old businessman Luis Octavio Reyes Dominguez, his wife, and their three children.

In a statement, Canada's Bombardier Inc identified the jet as a Challenger 601 and said the plane had gone missing about 150 nautical miles from the northern Mexican city of Monclova.

Expressing its condolences to the victims, the company said it had been in touch with Canada's transportation safety board and would work with the investigating authorities.

Mexican broadcaster Televisa reported the twin-engine jet lost contact on Sunday with air traffic controllers sometime after 5:20 p.m. local time (2220 GMT) as the pilot descended to avoid a storm.

Francisco Martinez, an emergency services official in Coahuila, told Milenio recent adverse weather conditions would form part of th investigation into the crash. However, he stopped short of saying weather had caused it.
 

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  • The downed plane was located in a remote mountainous area in Ocampo
  • Three crew members and 10 passengers were on board at the time of the crash
  • 'There were no survivors seen,' officials confirmed
  • The plane that vanished from radar was a Bombardier Challenger 601
  • Group were reportedly on the way home from watching boxer Canelo Alvarez
A private jet carrying boxing fans crashed in Mexico after leaving Las Vegas on Sunday leaving 13 people, including several members of the same family, feared dead.

An air search located the downed plane in a remote mountainous area in the municipality of Ocampo on Monday, the Coahuila state government said in a statement.

Three crew members and 10 passengers were on board at the time of the crash. 'There were no survivors seen,' officials confirmed.

The Bombardier Challenger 601 left Las Vegas Sunday afternoon and had been expected Sunday evening in Monterrey, but never arrived.




This image appears to show the wreckage of the crash in which 13 people are feared dead after their plane left Las Vegas Sunday afternoon. The jet had been expected Sunday evening in Monterrey, but never arrived


The plane was registered to Utah-based TVPX, listed as an insurance, customs and trust company. The company declined to comment on who was operating the plane.

The aircraft appears to have lost contact Sunday evening, around two hours after take off.
Local reports say there was a strong storm in the area at the time of the crash.
A flight plan for the jet reveals the names of 13 people who were on board, reports Mercury News.
Officials confirmed none of the people on board survived.
CREW
Pilot Juan Jose Aguilar Talavera, 45
Crew member Luis Ovidio Gonzalez Flores, 29
PASSENGERS
Adriana Monserrat Mejia Sanchez, 29
Luis Octavio Reyes Dominguez, 54
Loyda Liliana Luna Larrosa, 49
Jade Paola Reyes Luna, 26
Guillermo Octavio Reyes Luna, 23
Frida Alejandrina Reyes Luna, 19
Ramon Amauri Vela, 57
Martha Isabel Garcia Lagunes, 43
Gary Amauri Vela Garcia, 19
Manuel Alejandro Sepulveda Gonzalez, 25
Monica Leticia Salinas Trevino, 22

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A Radio Centro correspondent said: “The Secretariat of Public Security of Coahuila and authorities of Nuevo Leon have begun searches for the private Jet Bombardier Challenger 601 plane, registration N601VH, that flew from Las Vegas to Monterrey, with which contact was lost on Sunday afternoon.”
 
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c.a.

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No mention of the NV air base connections. Somthing smells fishy! Is Mike Pence part of the Deep State?

"Juanito" the pilot of the plane in Coahuila would have washed money and worked for "El Chapo" Guzmán.

Juan José Aguilar Talavera, pilot driving the plane that fell on Coahuila this Sunday, would have worked for capo Joaquín El Chapo Guzmán, currently a prisoner in the United States.



According to Milenio, Juan José had military training and had problems with the judiciary due to issues related to the transfer of drugs.

In 2006, when he was only 31 years old, he was arrested when he arrived at the Tijuana airport in Baja California, for allegedly belonging to a narcopilot cell that worked for the Sinaloa Cartel, accused of money laundering, drug trafficking and having introduced to the country to five undocumented Colombian citizens.

Everything happened on April 17 of that year, when the Attorney General's Office (PGR) completed the arrest warrant against eleven people allegedly engaged in the transportation and distribution of narcotics of the criminal organization led by El Chapo.

Among the people that Juan José Aguilar Talavera and his brother Miguel Israel, 27, moved, was Diana Lorena Toro Díaz, bulletin by the US Department of the Treasury as financial operator of the Sinaloa Cartel and the network headed by Alejandro Flores Cacho, owner of several airlines used for drug trafficking.

In 2011, five years after his arrest, Juan José was flying again, for which he was entrusted to remove Saadi Gaddafi from Libya, the son of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, to move him to Mexico and hide him in a villa in Nayarit.

When the pilot learned of the purpose of the trip, organized by two Canadian businessmen, he refused to carry it out and did not face charges, according to a Seido report.

However, the background of Captain Juanito, as he was known in the world of pilots, is not the only irregular element that emerged after the plane crash.

The airline of the damaged plane belongs to the company TVPX Aircraft Solutions of which it does not exist in concrete terms, but they are legal.

This company has the legal protection constituted in Utah, which allows foreigners to own aircraft in the United States anonymously.

According to Milenio, the owners of the collapsed unit are originally from Edomex, but have confidentiality contracts signed by the consortium.




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