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#0259* – Justin ADAMS In Court re: Nigel FARAGE & UKIP

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 24/01/2011

#0259* – Justin ADAMS In Court re: Nigel FARAGE & UKIP!
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Justin ADAMS The Pilot in the plane commissioned to Banner Drag for UKIP that crashed whilst Nigel FARAGE was Joy Riding with him on Election Day in Court AGAIN!

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Hi,

Justin Adams was in custody and although scheduled to appear in Oxford Crown Court #2 this morning at 10:00hrs. he in fact presented on Friday briefly.

The Court heard the charges which were of 5 Counts of Threatening to Kill and the case was further postponed to 11-Mar-2011 and Justin Adams was remanded in custody without bail until that date YET AGAIN!

This seems curiouser and curiouser!
It is surely not usual for an individual to be remanded in custody for 4 months under normal circumstances and I am more inclined to opine than ever that this may well have a mental health outcome though that is pure conjecture!

IF the case is clear one wonders why the delay and if it is not clear why the custody?

Regards,
Greg_L-W.

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#0257* – 24-Jan-2011 – Justin ADAMS, Nigel FARAGE, UKIP COURT CASE

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 22/01/2011

#0257* – 24-Jan-2011 – Justin ADAMS, Nigel FARAGE, UKIP COURT CASE!
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Clean EUkip up NOW make UKIP electable! 
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The corruption of EUkip’s leadership, 
their anti UKIP claque in POWER & the NEC 
is what gives the remaining 10% a bad name!
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24-Jan-2011 – Justin ADAMS The Pilot, in the Nigel FARAGE Plane Crash whilst flying for UKIP in COURT CASE!
Charged with Threats to Kill & 4 other charges!

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Hi,
Just for your info.:
January 24th. at 10:00hrs. Justin Adams is scheduled to present at Court 2 in Oxford, on a charge of ‘Threatening to kill’ – I believe Nigel Farage MEP the leader of the overtly Racist, anti Jewish, sexually intolerant Pan EU EFD Political Group and one other (at least).
I understand Justin Adams is also facing 4 other charges of a lesser nature.
You may remember that Justin Adams was Nigel Farage’s pilot in the little plane Nigel was joy riding in on election day last May when it crashed!

Farage was seriously bounced around and spent a few days in hospital and there is no doubt that it knocked a fair bit of the bull sh*t out of him and that he is still suffering after effects – not least of which is the dellusional temptation to present himself as some sort of ‘chosen one’ – having been run over in a gutter hopelessly drunk in London some years ago and after months in hospital surviving – having had a testicle removed on two different occasions yet still siring children subsequently – having been able to blatantly cheat and lie in elections yet never be called to account – having surrounded himself with much of the utter scum of British & EUropean politics to enhance his status,  by comparison, and then having been in a plane crash and literally walk away!

It has not been so fortunate for Justin Adams who whilst in commission of UKIP crashed his plane as the banner he was dragging around the sky caught in the tail of his plane in a freak accident jamming the moving surfaces making the fine movements requisite for safe flight impossible leading to a crash landing.

Justin Adams was less fortunate than Nigel Farage and was trapped in the plane for a considerable period soaked in some 200 liters of fuel leading, through evaporation of the fuel, to hypothermia – meanwhile his arm was trapped over the exhaust burning with the ever present fear of ignition of the fuel if it came in contact with the exhaust or ignition from a spark (or Farage insisting on a cigarette as he had in jest!

Whilst Farage WAS in hospital and has had complications both physical and mental since Justin Adams lost his plane, his business and whilst still in hospital his wife and home. Though I doubt it was to a close protection officer!!

Justin Adams would also seem to have had greater complications medically and has had cronic digestion problems losing some 2.1/2 stone when I was last talking to him and still struggling healthwise. I would not be remotely surprised to hear of a mental health defence on Monday and one can only feel sorry for him as one does get the impression these charges come from aberant behaviour resultant from the crash.

We will hear so let us not pre-judge the case on Monday but one must wonder why he has been held in custody for so long without protest from his lawyers.

We trust Justice will be done and seen to be done in the light of the facts.

To read other information I have published start with the clips below collected by entering Justin Adams in the >SEARCH< feature at the top of the right sidebar.

06 Jan 2011
Hi, I’ll provide more details later but Justin Adams has been remanded in custody to appear Jan 21st. I’ll fill in some detail later as I must go play with Doctors as part of the aftermath of my latest op. Regards, Greg_L-W.. …

02 Dec 2010
you may find some detail of Justin Adams, nigel Farage, The Plane Crash & the Court charges of interest! For SOME veracity start at CLICK HERE re: 02-Dec-2010 – Justin ADAMS Pilot in Court & Nigel FARAGE MEP of UKIP …

07 Dec 2010
I understand that Justin Adams was remanded in custody until 30-Dec-2010 – a search on this blog in the search box at the top of the Right Sidebar will take you to other articles on the matter as will reading The Farage Blog CLICK HERE. …
13 Nov 2010
Pilot: Justin ADAMS Passenger: Nigel FARAGE MEP UKIP Leader . 
AAIB Bulletin: 11/2010 G-BWDF EW/G2010/05/03. ACCIDENT Aircraft Type and Registration: PZL-104 Wilga 35A, G-BWDF …
17 Aug 2010
Justin Adams Nigel’s pilot on the day also did not walk away as unscathed as he might, having been back in hospital several times since and with consequential problems that have cost him 1.1/2 stone in weight loss for no immediately …
For earlier posting try Caterpillars & butterflies and use the >SEARCH< tool at the top of the Right Sidebar.

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#0203* – 02-Dec-2010 – Justin ADAMS Pilot in Court & Nigel FARAGE MEP of UKIP

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 02/12/2010

#0203* – 02-Dec-2010 – Justin ADAMS Pilot in Court & Nigel FARAGE MEP of UKIP!
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Clean EUkip up NOW make UKIP electable! 
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The corruption of EUkip’s leadership, 
their anti UKIP claque in POWER & the NEC 
is what gives the remaining 10% a bad name!
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02-Dec-2010 – Justin ADAMS Pilot in Court & Nigel FARAGE MEP of UKIP!
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you may find some detail of Justin Adams, nigel Farage, The Plane Crash & the Court charges of interest!

For SOME veracity start at CLICK HERE re: 02-Dec-2010 – Justin ADAMS Pilot in Court & Nigel FARAGE MEP of UKIP
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#0189* – Air Accident Report: 11/2010 G-BWDF EW/G2010/05/03 – UKIP Banner Dragging

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 13/11/2010

#0189* – Air Accident Report: 11/2010 G-BWDF EW/G2010/05/03 – UKIP Banner Dragging!
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Air Accident Report: 11/2010 G-BWDF EW/G2010/05/03 – 
UKIP Banner Dragging Operation 06-May-2010!
Crash Involving:
Pilot: Justin ADAMS

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AAIB Bulletin: 11/2010 G-BWDF EW/G2010/05/03
 
ACCIDENT
Aircraft Type and Registration: PZL-104 Wilga 35A, G-BWDF
No & Type of Engines: 1 PZL Kalisz AI-14RA piston engine
Year of Manufacture: 1995
Date & Time (UTC): 6 May 2010 at 0659 hrs
Location: Hinton-in-the-Hedges Airfield, Northamptonshire
Type of Flight: Aerial Work
Persons on Board: Crew – 1 Passengers – 1
Injuries: Crew – 1 (Serious) Passengers – 1 (Serious)
Nature of Damage: Engine, undercarriage and fuselage damaged
Commander’s Licence: Commercial Pilot’s Licence
Commander’s Age: 45 years
Commander’s Flying Experience: 602 hours (of which 155 were on type)
Last 90 days – 16 hours
Last 28 days – 13 hours
Information Source: Aircraft Accident Report Form submitted by the pilot and further enquiries by the AAIB.
 
Synopsis
During an attempt to tow a banner the tow line became wrapped around the tailplane, causing a nose down elevator input. The pilot maintained some control of the aircraft but could not prevent it from impacting the ground.
History of the flight
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AAIB Bulletin: 11/2010 G-BWDF EW/G2010/05/03
Figure 1.
The aircraft took off from Runway 06 at Hinton-in-the-Hedges for the purpose of towing an advertising banner.

The pilot was sitting in the left seat and the right seat was occupied by a person intending to receive text messages from colleagues on the ground giving locations where the banner could be shown to maximum effect.

The pilot made two attempts to engage the banner during which the grapple hook attached to the aircraft failed to engage the banner tow line.

An observer on the ground advised that the grapple hook had deployed correctly but was unsteady in the aircraft’s slipstream. The pilot made two more unsuccessful passes before positioning for a further attempt.

He reported that during the final pass the aircraft was at the correct height and speed and was aligned correctly between two pick-up poles that held the tow line off the ground for grappling.

As the aircraft passed the poles, the pilot initiated a sharp pull-up, applied full power and glanced over his right shoulder to see whether the grapple hook had engaged the tow line. He recalled seeing the tow line “snake” upwards between the trailing edge of the wing and the leading edge of the tailplane and loop over the elevator.
 

When the slack in the tow line had been taken up and the banner was in the air, the pilot found that the control column was being pulled forward with a force that required both hands to resist. 
He managed to hold the aircraft level at what he estimated to be approximately 300 ft agl and, as there was nowhere to land straight ahead, decided to fly a circuit and approach the grass north of the main runway. 
The recommended procedure to be applied in the event that the tow line hooked around the main landing gear or tail wheel was to fly a steep approach so that the aircraft remained below the banner until touchdown. The pilot judged that insufficient nose-up pitch authority remained to attempt a steep approach and decided instead that a shallow flapless approach would be controllable.
 
When the aircraft was approximately 35 ft agl on final approach, the control column was pulled forward with a force that the pilot could not resist. Then, as the nose dropped, the forward pressure on the control column reduced and he was able to raise the nose to achieve a level attitude, but this did not prevent the aircraft from hitting the ground with a high rate of descent. The impact separated the engine from its mounts and collapsed the landing gear. 
As the fuselage hit the ground, the front section dug in and the aircraft pivoted forwards, coming to rest inverted. The right seat occupant was able to leave the aircraft after his harness was released by witnesses, but the pilot’s foot was trapped until freed by the attending fire service.

Photographic evidence

 
A photograph of the aircraft on one of the attempts to engage the tow line showed that the grapple hook had not deployed but was still attached to the aircraft beneath the left side of the cockpit. A later photograph showed the hook trailing behind the aircraft but it was not possible to determine when the hook actually deployed.
 
Other photographs showed that the tow line was wrapped around the left elevator from the trailing edge to the hinge between the elevator horn balance and the tailplane (see Figure 1, which shows the tow line after cutting by personnel on the ground). Marks on the paint in the internal gap between the tailplane and horn balance were consistent with the tow line rubbing against the two surfaces.
 
Banner Towing Operations Manual
 
The operator’s Banner Towing Operations Manual recommended that if the tow line became caught on the aircraft’s main gear leg, the pilot should land:
 
‘preferably on a hard surface to minimise the ground drag of the banner.’
The manual also stated that a steep approach would:
‘keep the banner at or above the height of the aircraft.’
The procedure did not refer specifically to fouling of the elevator.
 
Pilot’s assessment of the cause
 
The pilot operated the hook release mechanism only once and was unaware that the hook had not deployed immediately. Photographic evidence, along with the report from the observer on the ground, suggested that the hook deployed sometime between the first attempt to engage the tow line and the last. However, the pilot believed throughout that the hook had deployed correctly and did not modify his usual technique for engaging the tow line. He believed, therefore, that subsequent events were unlikely to have been caused by the hook’s failure to release immediately.
 
After the aircraft had picked up the banner, the pilot believed that tension in the tow line combined with its downward angle created a nose down elevator input that he could barely overcome. He considered that on the final approach, the banner made contact with the ground when the aircraft was at approximately 35 ft agl, which increased the tension on the tow line momentarily and pulled the control column forward. 
Tension in the line was relieved as the aircraft descended, allowing him to raise the nose to a level attitude before impact.

To view the original report CLICK HERE.

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