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Draft of the request for information from NTSB under the 5 US 552, freedom of information act. If readers have any other information or questions for NTSB, they can post them here

Posted on | December 18, 2013 | 20 Comments

Dr. Orly Taitz ESQ

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Joe Sedor, Division Chief, Major Investigations

National Transportation Safety Board
490 L’Enfant Plaza East, S.W.
Washington, DC 20594
(202) 314-6000 (phone)

12.18.2013

Request for information under Freedom of Information Act 5 USC 552

Dear Mr. Sedor

Under Freedom of Information Act 5 USC 552 I am requesting release of following documents in relation to 12.11.2013 forced water landing of Cessna Caravan plane flight from Molokai to Honolulu, which led to death of the Director of Health of the State of Hawaii, Loretta Fuddy. Documents requested are as follows: 

1.       Coroner’s/Medical Examiner’s report of the autopsy and cause of death of Loretta Fuddy

2.       Toxicology lab report in relation to the autopsy of Ms. Fuddy

3.       Name of the individual who identified the body as one of Loretta Fuddy’s.

4.       Radio transmissions from the plane, including the May-day calls of the pilot.

5.       Any and all documents explaining why NTSB  on 12.18.2013 NTSB had two reports of accidents on 12.16.2013 and no report or mention of 12.11.2013 accident in Hawaii. See attached NTSB report.

6.       Any and all documents explaining the discrepancy between two reports of the accident in the media: one report showing  deceased Loretta Fuddy’s body in the fuselage of the plane, another showing her out of the plane, wearing a life vest, holding hands with her deputy Keith Yamamoto and awaiting to be rescued. If the first report is correct and Ms. Fuddy’s body was in the fuselage of the plane, whose body was recovered floating in the ocean, if on the other hand Ms. Fuddy’s body was found floating in the ocean, whose body remained in the fuselage of the plane?

7.       Any and all documents  explaining why initially NTSB spokesman Eric Weiss stated that the plane will not be recovered, while later after public outcry and inquiry why the plane will not be recovered from 70 feet depth and 500 feet from shore, NTSB announced that the plane will be recovered.

8.       Manifesto of the flight and any and all documents explaining discrepancy in the account of the total number of the passengers. According to the airline, Kailani Kai Air, there were 8 passengers and a pilot, 9 people in total, however according to the Coast Guard first responders they identified 9 people floating in the water, which did not include C  Philip Holstein, who swam to shore and the pilot, Clyde Kawasaki, who according to eyewitness, Reverent Pat Killilea, swam to shore in order to summon help. These accounts of passengers and victims put the total number of people on the plane at 11, not 9.

9.       Any and all documentations explaining why there was no help for an hour and a half, even though the plane went down only 500 feet from shore. 70 year old passenger C. Philip Holstein swam to shore and reported that it took him approximately an hour and a half. He reached the shore and was not picked up by the Coast Guard and Fire rescue. Why these entities did not pick up Mr. Holstein and he had to swim for an hour and a half to shore?

10.   What was the cause of the crash?

11.   Any and all explanation why the alleged body of allegedly deceased Loretta Fuddy was released the next business day after the autopsy, even though there was no coroner’s report and no toxicology report and those are not expected for 2 more weeks since the release of the body?

Respectfully,

Dr. Orly Taitz ESQ

Comments

20 Responses to “Draft of the request for information from NTSB under the 5 US 552, freedom of information act. If readers have any other information or questions for NTSB, they can post them here”

  1. Paula Hoehn
    December 18th, 2013 @ 3:30 pm

    Dear Orly,

    Something that puzzles me, is why none of the passengers tried to hold on to the body of Fuddy, even if she appeared deceased, and just let it float hundreds of yards away by time rescuers arrived?

    Supposedly the plane, if raised, will have the engine boxed and shipped to Pratt & Whitney for examination. Chain of custody question and need for their report.

    Report of insurance company who will pay to raise plane.

    Documentation of any wrongful death or personal injury lawsuits.

    Report of 200-ft salvage ship.

    Report of any US Marine Agency who oversees salvage operations at sea.

    ———-
    Paula Hoehn

  2. dr_taitz@yahoo.com
    December 18th, 2013 @ 3:40 pm

    where did you find that her body drifted hundreds of yards away? I thought they were fairly close

  3. js/js
    December 18th, 2013 @ 4:24 pm

    Very good summary questions, Orly. You have
    done your homework well. Let us see how they
    (Obots) respond, or fail to respond, or refuse
    to respond, etc. We will touch base again on
    this. Wait and see, Lady Liberty.

    PS/ I am sure that NTSB will contact Obot &
    Michelle, also in Hawaii at this time
    Do not doubt it, IMO.

  4. 5214chief
    December 18th, 2013 @ 4:58 pm

    Actually, it’s more than 2/3–I’m counting at least 9 out of 11, with at least one of the others pending completion of the investigation, which can take awhile.

  5. Rosemary
    December 18th, 2013 @ 6:08 pm

    I can’t help thinking there was more than 9 ppl on that plane. There must have been a 10th person. Is there a manifesto for this flight? Was that anormal to have manifesto for these short flights> There had to be someone else who stayed behind on plane and maybe murdered Fuddyy by giving her some sort of seditive or something to calm her? Something. Something is missing and not being reported. Yamamoto doesn’t seem to be a Hawaiian name either. Who is he? It is a common Japanese name isn’t. Might be something. Could he have been blackmailed or forced to shove something in Fuddy’s mouth while in the water even when she could have been helpless to fight that person off? Just an idea. Who was the tenth person. How may seats on the plane.

  6. marina
    December 18th, 2013 @ 6:12 pm
  7. Paula Hoehn
    December 18th, 2013 @ 6:12 pm

    Dear Orly,

    Another NTSB question: need affidavit from Joseph Ferguson (is this Jafer24 of instagram below?), avionics electrical technician, third class

    http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/12/12/21872811-health-director-who-approved-obama-birth-certificate-dies-in-plane-crash?lite

    Health director who approved Obama birth certificate dies in plane crash
    By Henry Austin and Christopher Nelson, NBC News – Thu Dec 12, 2013

    Excerpt:
    “After being alerted to the crash, the U.S. Coast Guard scrambled two helicopters and a Hercules plane to the site, which was about a mile from the shore. Rescue swimmers were also deployed and they winched three passengers onto the helicopters.
    A radio operator onboard the rescue plane posted this picture of the rescue on Instagram.”

    Jafer24 Instagram 18 likes 1 comment

    http://instagram.com/p/h0Exjojirl/embed/#

    (I am not able to see the picture. Is Jafer24 Joseph Ferguson?)

    “Picture is not great, but you can see two smoke signals in water where an airplane crash was,” Joseph Ferguson wrote.”

    “He told NBC News that usually they would drop rescue gear into the water for the survivors but because the helicopters had arrived quickly so that was not required.”

    “We acted as the on scene commander,” Ferguson, an avionics electrical technician, third class, said. “So we control all the different assets flying around there and made sure no one flew into that air space.”

    “Maui Fire Rescue were involved in bringing others to safety.”

    …”A spokesman from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) told NBC News they were sending, “at least one investigator to the scene.”

    NTSB ✔ @NTSB
    NTSB investigating Hawaii crash of Cessna 208 into ocean shortly after takeoff from Kalaupapa Airport.
    10:32 PM – 11 Dec 2013
    23 Retweets 9 favorites

    “It’s always a difficult situation when you’re not able to get everybody out,” Honolulu Fire Capt. Terry Seelig told Hawaii News Now.”

    NBC News Lou Doubois contributed to this report.

    This story was originally published on Thu Dec 12, 2013 4:25 AM EST

    ————–
    Paula Hoehn

  8. Veritas
    December 18th, 2013 @ 6:35 pm

    Odd also that the trip was reported to have been an annual trip as the Hawaii Dept of Health has administrative duties for the former leprosy colony.

    However, in the Youtube video of the Hawaiian TV report, a resident of the island states that Miss Fuddy “came to keep the peace and to settle a ‘community dispute.'”

    Did she really need such an entourage?

    One wonders if the dispute were “real” or “feigned” to get her to go there to make a big Las Vegas production of a visit planned to end in tragedy?

    Just a rumination.

  9. Glasnost
    December 18th, 2013 @ 7:15 pm

    THERE’S NO PROOF SHE’S DEAD!!!

  10. Paula Hoehn
    December 18th, 2013 @ 10:27 pm

    Dear Ory,

    Wait for it!! “He added that the plane did not have a black box recorder.”

    http://www.mauinews.com/page/content.detail/id/580171/Engine-from-Makani-Kai-plane-recovered.html

    Engine from Makani Kai plane recovered
    December 18, 2013
    The Maui News

    Excerpt:
    The complete engine from the Cessna Grand Caravan that crashed off Kalaupapa has been recovered by salvage crews, the owner of Makani Kai Air said Wednesday afternoon.

    Richard Schuman told The Maui News that the engine, a key component in the investigation, was found and that the rest of the plane had broken into to pieces and that the plane is “pretty much destroyed.”

    The salvage team, working in water 50 to 75 feet deep, had collected the major pieces of the aircraft, wings, fuselage, tires, and focusing on gathering smaller personal items of passengers, such as rings and watches, he said.

    Schuman said that the crews would continue salvage operations as long as conditions were safe. He noted that the tides and swells were rising.

    The salvage vessel will return to Honolulu on Wednesday night with National Transportation Safety Board officials getting their first look at the engine Thursday morning, said Schuman.

    He added that the plane did not have a black box recorder.

    ————
    Paula Hoehn

  11. Paula Hoehn
    December 18th, 2013 @ 10:43 pm

    Dear Orly,

    Another report:

    http://www.staradvertiser.com/news/breaking/20131218_Pilot_recounts_details_of_plane_crash_off_Molokai.html

    Salvage divers begin recovery of plane as pilot shares story
    By Timothy Hurley
    POSTED: 12:29 p.m. HST, Dec 18, 2013
    LAST UPDATED: 07:49 p.m. HST, Dec 18, 2013

    Picture of Makani Kai airplane sinking in ocean:

    http://media.staradvertiser.com/images/300*199/495950de81954f2a460f6a706700384d_44525.jpg

    Excerpt:
    “A salvage dive team has started to recover a plane from the waters off Kalaupapa on the same day that the pilot of the Makani Kai Air Cessna Caravan talked for the first time about the crash landing in the ocean on Dec. 11.”

    “Makani Kai owner Richard Schuman said he hopes the Cessna’s engine can be recovered, but the plane can’t be pulled out of the water in one piece.”

    “At a news conference this morning, Clyde Kawasaki, the pilot of the plane that crashed in the water off Molokai’s Kalaupapa Peninsula said today that he gave up the plane’s last life jacket to a passenger before jumping in the roiling water.”

    …”Kawasaki sustained a gash to his head during the crash. After making sure that all passengers had exited the plane, he joined them in the waves. Shortly thereafter, Kawasaki saw that a plane had spotted the wreck. Kawasaki told media today that he then knew a rescue would soon be under way.”

    “Josh Lang, a helicopter pilot who was flying his private plane to Maui with his girlfriend, said it was “pure luck” they were in the area. “It looked like most people were waving and it looked like they were OK,” Lang said.”

    “His girlfriend, Jaimee Thompson, said they felt obligated to stay until help arrived, to give the people in the water hope that they would be rescued.”

    ————-

    Another NTSB qustion: need affidavits from witnesses in airplane overhead Josh Lang and Jaimee Thompson.

    ————
    Paula Hoehn

  12. ELIAD SAVEL
    December 18th, 2013 @ 10:56 pm

    IS ANY VIDEO OF SALVAGE ?, WE ARE IN 2013 ,I BELIEVE, MUST TO EXIST VIDEO FROM THE HELICOPTER AND FROM THE RESCUE ,SALVAGE SHIP, WE NEED TO HAVE THAT EVIDENCE AND TRANSMITTED ON YOU TUBE ,THANK YOU ORLY ,ELOHIM IS THE TRUTH!!

  13. Rod Riddle
    December 18th, 2013 @ 11:21 pm

    Here’s the thing about recovering the plane and conducting an investigation into the cause of the “supposed” engine failure. If it is found that the plane had been sabotaged causing the engine to fail, that fact will never be allowed to become public knowledge. There is a player with vested interest in all this though. The insurance company. More than likely they will be paid a handsome price to cover the loss.

  14. John Dow
    December 19th, 2013 @ 2:15 am

    Funny, they had another similar airplane emergency in October.

    http://www.eturbonews.com/39049/passenger-plane-makes-emergency-landing-hawaii-major-highway

  15. Andeura Creatun
    December 19th, 2013 @ 6:29 am

    No thanks!

  16. Kathy F
    December 19th, 2013 @ 7:32 am

    Also, ask for copies of the original required flight plans/paths for this flight. It is my understanding that if you are flying anywhere on the North American Cont. you are required to ALSO file flight plans with Minneapolis for tracking purposes. I do not know WHICH airport would also get an additional copy of this plane’s flight path, but there should be one out there. If the plane’s flight plans were never filed as required, it would technically be an illegal flight and account for no Coast Guard rescue. It would also be something for the insurance company to be interested in.

    God Bless

  17. Garret
    December 19th, 2013 @ 9:03 am

    ultrasonic underwater locator beacon (ULB) reading (lasts 30 days); flight path; last available radar and gps; initial witness statements; 911 calls; accident report forms; names of instigative observers; whether redacted/confidential/withheld files exist and basis for such; investigative field notes. Notify them in advance not to dispose of any original investigative materials, photographs, or paperwork but to preserve them for future FOI requests and later oversight and anticipated potential litigation. correspondence; votes or meetings on decision to hold public hearings; public docket date; list staff investigating.

    Request FBI to send evidence recovery team to accompany investigation. Dept of Defence Navy Office Supervisor of Salvage might assists with underwater investigations (if funded to do so) – request contact names.

  18. Paula Hoehn
    December 19th, 2013 @ 9:24 am

    Dear Orly,

    Did you receive at least 4 other posts by me to this ‘NRSB’ posting last night? I had a lot of trouble with your site last night, it kept being very slow to load, and sometimes my additional posts would not show up, but finally they all showed up, so I went to bed.

    In case you did not receive them I will recreate them, starting with this one:
    http://www.staradvertiser.com/news/breaking/20131218_Pilot_recounts_details_of_plane_crash_off_Molokai.html?id=236453531

    Photo of airplane sinking in ocean:
    http://media.staradvertiser.com/images/300*199/495950de81954f2a460f6a706700384d_44525.jpg

    Salvage divers begin recovery of plane as pilot shares story

    By Timothy Hurley
    POSTED: 12:29 p.m. HST, Dec 18, 2013
    LAST UPDATED: 09:04 p.m. HST, Dec 18, 2013

    Excerpt:
    “A salvage dive team has started to recover a plane from the waters off Kalaupapa on the same day that the pilot of the Makani Kai Air Cessna Caravan talked for the first time about the crash landing in the ocean on Dec. 11.”

    “Makani Kai owner Richard Schuman said he hopes the Cessna’s engine can be recovered, but the plane can’t be pulled out of the water in one piece.”

    “At a news conference this morning, Clyde Kawasaki, the pilot of the plane that crashed in the water off Molokai’s Kalaupapa Peninsula said today that he gave up the plane’s last life jacket to a passenger before jumping in the roiling water.”

    …”Kawasaki sustained a gash to his head during the crash. After making sure that all passengers had exited the plane, he joined them in the waves. Shortly thereafter, Kawasaki saw that a plane had spotted the wreck. Kawasaki told media today that he then knew a rescue would soon be under way.”

    “Josh Lang, a helicopter pilot who was flying his private plane to Maui with his girlfriend, said it was “pure luck” they were in the area. “It looked like most people were waving and it looked like they were OK,” Lang said.”

    “His girlfriend, Jaimee Thompson, said they felt obligated to stay until help arrived, to give the people in the water hope that they would be rescued.”

    ————————

    Another NTSB question, need affidavits from witnesses in airplane overhead, Josh Lang and
    Jaimee Thompson.

    ——————-
    Paula Hoehn

  19. Paula Hoehn
    December 19th, 2013 @ 9:53 am

    Still troulbe with posting to your website.

    http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/24254850/hero-pilot-recounts-doomed-molokai-flight

    ‘Hero’ pilot recounts doomed Molokai flight
    Posted: Dec 18, 2013 1:40 PM PST
    Updated: Dec 18, 2013 7:45 PM PST
    By Jim Mendoza

    VIDEO: Interview with MAWASAKI, LANG & THOMPSON, 2:48 min.

    http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/24254850/hero-pilot-recounts-doomed-molokai-flight

    HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Pilot Clyde Kawasaki had just turned his Cessna Grand Caravan southwest out of Kalaupapa when he heard the engine give out.

    “Loud bang! I didn’t have much time other than to push the nose over, maintain air speed,” he said.

    He knew he couldn’t make land so he ditched his Makani Kai aircraft in the water.

    “We were just coming down too quickly to stretch the glide. I said, ‘We’re going to go for a swim,'” he said.

    Kawasaki managed to broadcast a Mayday call while safely gliding the plane down. Engine failure to impact took less than a minute.

    “Water was already up to my waist or higher when I got out of the seat,” he said.

    He made sure his eight passengers made it out of the cabin safely. He handed his life vest to one of them.

    “There was one guy standing there looking around. He goes, ‘I need another life vest.’ I said, ‘There’s one here.’ And I just grabbed it and said, ‘Go! Get outta here!'” he said.

    In the rough sea Kawasaki clung to one of the passengers and counted heads.

    “I checked on the passengers as best as I could. Tried to keep them together. Tried to keep them away from the aircraft because I didn’t know how long it was going to float,” he said.

    A plane circling overhead brought reassurance. Joy came when rescuers arrived. Then came word that Loretta Fuddy had died. He says it was devastating news.

    “I didn’t understand how it could have happened because everyone seemed fine when we got out of the airplane,” he said.

    Kawasaki was hospitalized for two days after the crash with a concussion. Even though everyone is calling him a hero, he doesn’t feel like one.

    “Never having damaged an aircraft, never having hurt anybody, that’s how it’s supposed to end. But obviously that’s not going to happen now,” he said. “I feel really, really bad. It hurts, especially for her family. especially at this time of year.”

  20. Lin
    June 30th, 2014 @ 11:27 am

    Wow that
    was unusual. I just wrote an extremely long
    comment but after I clicked ubmit my colmment didn’t appear.

    Grrrr… well I’m
    not writing all that over again. Anyway, just wanted to
    say superb blog!

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