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AIRBUS A320 AirAsia FLIGHT QZ8501 RECOVERY EFFORTS AIMED AT BODIES ONLY

7 Feb 2015

AIRASIA CO-PILOT’S BODY RECOVERED FROM COCKPIT OF CRASHED PLANE ON SEA FLOOR STILL STRAPPED TO HIS SEAT. On 6 Feb 2015 Indonesian divers found a body believed to be the French co-pilot of crashed Airbus A320-200, Flight QZ8501. Officials said the body was retrieved from the cockpit (front part of the fuselage). It was reported the body was wearing a uniform with three (3) stripes on the epaulettes. Recall the cockpit was discovered last month submerged, about 20 meters from the fuselage.

Coordinator of the search and rescue effort, S.B. Supriyadi, said:the body, believed to be co-pilot Remi Plesel (a French citizen), was retrieved from the cockpit, and was wearing a uniform with three (3) stripes on the shoulder… the body is still being held onboard the “Pacitan” warship before being taken to land. A formal confirmation will be given after the Disaster Victims Identification (DVI) team has positively identified the body”. That task is made more difficult by the high degree of decomposition. Divers also found three (3) more bodies inside the fuselage (main body of the plane) and another three bodies nearby, bringing the total number of bodies retrieved so far to 101. The same identification problems apply.

It was revealed by crash investigators last January that the French co-pilot was flying the plane before it crashed, rather than Captain Iriyanto, an experienced former fighter pilot. AirAsia said it would not comment while the matter was under investigation by the National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) of Indonesia.

Notice that Indonesia’s effort is still the recovery of bodies, and not the recovery of important parts of the Airbus A320.  Last month they  located the cockpit, and even an engine, but have seemed hesitant to recover them, probably because they would reveal what they already know was the real cause of the accident: explosive decompression at altitude. AH! The games people play to save face, prestige, and money.

FIRST UPDATE – PILOT’S BODY ALSO FOUND IN COCKPIT

 On 8 FEB 2015 Air Marshal FH Bambang Soelistyo, head of Basarnas said:“We’re pretty sure it’s a pilot because of the uniform and the location where the body was found, which was in a pilot’s seat…Hopefully we will be able to recover the body of the other pilot today” (apparently he does not distinguish between” pilot” and “co-pilot. The pilot normally sits in the left side of the cockpit, wears a uniform with four (4) stripes on the epaulettes, while the co-pilot sits on the right side, and wears a uniform with three (3) stripes on the epaulettes. Either officer can assume the controls). The diver team, according to Bambang, would attempt to remove the remains of the other officer still trapped in the cockpit, later in the day. He expressed hope that the weather would not hinder the recovery efforts. Talk about contradictory reports! “Oh, what a tangled web we weave / When first we practise to deceive!” . Indonesia is not on the level.
SECOND UPDATE – FUSELAGE AND WING RECOVERED – FINALLY

On Sun, March 01 2015, AFP, “Indonesia World” reported that officials say they have retrieved the final major part of the fuselage of AirAsia jet that crashed into the Java Sea in Dec 2014 December, killing all 162 people on board.

Indonesia’s National Search and Rescue chief Bambang Soelistyo told AFP: “We have retrieved on Friday (27 Feb 2015) the last and large part of the AirAsiaAirbus A320  Flight 8501 fuselage with a wing still intact” …The mangled wreckage, the largest part of the plane retrieved, was pulled from the sea Friday and loaded onto a ship…No bodies were found during the course of the operation. Some 103 bodies have been recovered to date.

The WSJ comments on the story included these succinct ones:

“Not unexpected recovery but strangely no mention made of bringing up the cockpit they located not far distant.  There is information within it that would aid in the investigation and of course, the pilot’s position, i.e., both in their seats, shoulder straps on or off.”

Another person said: “I have never seen such spin-doctoring, face-saving apologists, low-talking mumblers, as these people.  DC politicians should make pilgrimages there to study at their feet.

We could not agree more. We too have alluded to these significant fallacies in Indonesia’s governmental releases. THE COVER -UP IS ON STRONG!

Edward Oliver Gonzalez (gonzedo)

e-mail > gonzedo@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

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February 7, 2015 at 5:25 PM
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