Pilots and Passengers Behaving Badly

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Trouble in the Skies

Cristal M Clark

How many times have you ever boarded a plane and thought to yourself, I wonder if my pilot is a little drunky, drunk? Right, me either. Turns out that if someone suspects a pilot is drunk that pilot can be removed from a fully boarded plane and arrested. Case in point, on Tuesday morning a Delta pilot was taken off a fully boarded plane at the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport and arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of alcohol and arrested.

37-year-old Gabriel Lyle Schroeder from Rosemount, Minnesota, was arrested a little after 11 a.m. local time after an investigation was conducted by airline police. Before getting on the plane, Gabriel was seen leaving a TSA screening line for crew members when he noticed there was additional screening being conducted, then re-entering the line a short time later. Authorities found a container of alcohol in Gabriel possession once he was taken into custody although no formal charges have been filed as of this time.

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Back in May, Christian Richard Martin, a pilot for PSA Airlines, which is owned by American Airlines, was arrested at Louisville International Airport just before a flight to Charlotte, North Carolina he was scheduled to fly. It seems that good old Christian murdered 3 individuals back in 2015, tampering with evidence and multiple counts of burglary.

Christian is accused of the murder of Calvin Phillips, his wife Pamela Phillips, and their neighbor Edward Dansereau in November 2015, said Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear. Calvin Phillips was found shot to death in his home in Pembroke, Kentucky, while Pamela Phillips and Edward Dansereau were found in a burnt-out car a few miles away.

Most disturbing still the same and this takes the cake is how passengers behave. A Delta Air Line passenger was caught on camera masturbating under the blanket on a flight.

A co-passenger took to Twitter on Tuesday to share a video clip of the man performing sex acts on himself while seated next to the window. The incident comes a month after a United Airlines passenger was found guilty of masturbating in his seat. According to in an affidavit, Enrique Gonzalez began masturbating “when the cabin lights were dimmed and continued for approximately 30 minutes, during which Gonzalez met the witness’ eye and continued his conduct.” His wife, who was traveling with him, was aware of Gonzalez’s action and “played with it” as well.

Not only do we have to think about our planes being safe enough to stay in the air thanks to Boeing but now we have to worry about drunk and murderous pilots and masturbating co-passengers.

Cristal M Clark

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FAA, Boeing and the United States Liable

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Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 – Lion Air Flight 610

Cristal M Clark

If the latest news to hit the wire turns out to in fact, be the truth, the FAA, Boeing and the United States Government body all have one thing in common, the very essence of being hands down, with no doubt whatsoever, liable when it comes to Boeing’s doomed and faulty Max 737 planes.

The reason, well it’s rather deplorable and disgusting and speaks so very highly of the greed one finds lurking within our very own government and many, many corporations. Boeing was allowed to sell some of the safety features that might have prevented the crashes, as “extras.”

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That is the most ridiculous thing I have heard in ages, the FAA allowed for this? Regulators don’t require these safety features? Are you fucking kidding me?

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Putting millions of lives at risk worldwide just so that Boeing could sell safety features as “extras,” as if they were a true extra like, more overhead room or extra leg room, more comfortable seats, no the features sold as extras in this care are more along the lines of features that involve communication, navigation or safety systems, and are fundamental to the plane’s operations, like its ability to keep the nose up, vs down, allowing the pilots to override the computer system which forced the plane’s nose down.…What’s worse is that they are now going to in turn, blame the airlines for not having the “extras” that would have saved lives which is preposterous.

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Boeing is to blame, the FAA is to blame, the US Government who allowed the FAA to okay this idea is to blame, not the airlines because the truth of the matters is this, not a single individual at Boeing ever told anyone up until this point that not having those “extras” would result in the deaths of hundreds if not millions had these issues not started to come to light today.

So, a huge shout out to Boeing for being just greedy enough to sell something that could save lives vs ruin them in something like a plane crash as “extras.”

This proves, rather clear how truly disgusting Boeing really is.

Cristal M Clark

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FAA Admits it Gave Boeing Free Pass

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Boeing: A Company That Bought its Way In

Cristal M Clark

In America being good enough sometimes just simply is not enough, big corporations tend to just purchase their way in and through the very systems that are designed to protect us, the average citizen from things that can cause cancer, like the carcinogens that are put into cigarettes, factories that dump chemicals into lakes and rivers, therefore poisoning water supplies and ruining needed ecological systems, companies that are paid quite a bit of money are brought in to fix a cities water supply only to end up causing so much damage that they poisoned the entire system it was brought into fix. And, a multinational corporation that designs, manufactures, and sells airplanes, rotorcraft, rockets, satellites, and missiles worldwide, a corporation which has been allowed to have more than just too much influence on decisions regarding the safety of its new planes.

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No, you do not have to take my word for it because it’s the FAA that has had the more powerful voice here. FAA employees actually voiced concerns years ago, according to reports, 7 years ago, that Boeing had too much influence if you will, over safety approvals of new aircraft, prompting an investigation, now by Department of Transportation auditors who confirmed the agency hadn’t done enough to “hold Boeing accountable.”

But how accountable is Boeing actually going to be held? I mean in today’s America, money tends to purchase one’s way out of or into virtually everything, now doesn’t it?

A recent report shows that a 2012 investigation found much discord over Boeing’s treatment and that it had created a “negative work environment” among Federal Aviation Administration employees who approve new and modified aircraft designs, with many of them saying they’d faced retaliation for speaking up should they, not really want to approve a new aircraft design, or if they had any sort of concerns and, those concerns pre-dated the 737 Max development.

The FAA has shifted more authority over the approval of new aircraft to the actual manufacturer itself, even allowing Boeing to choose many of the personnel who oversee tests and who vouch for the safety of its aircraft. As one might guess that is a huge mistake but the FAA’s take is surely something to the effect of you live and then you learn? But, not for the passengers of the recent plane crashes, right?

This speaks so very loudly of the way the American government is able to conveniently turn a blind eye to the very things they are tasked with overseeing, approving and being held accountable for itself, let alone the actual manufacturer.

Isn’t it about time that our government took accountability for being incapable of providing the oversite it’s paid to provide, especially when it comes to things that matter, such as the safety of the aircraft millions utilize worldwide?

Cristal M Clark

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