Talk:Helicopter crash kills eight, injures one in Louisiana

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I CREATED this dire tragedy in US aviation. Please help in publishing it. Cheers.--Florentino Floro (talk) 05:44, 5 January 2009 (UTC)

PHI and the news reports did hide the air manifest of passengers for identity purposesEdit

I uploaded the image of PHI's home base which is 2,000 words worth: PHI and almost all the news sources said that the helicopter and the fatalities had been unknown yet to them. This is corruption and stupidity. Philippines and US laws are the same (our Code of Commerce in mercantile or commercial law) in aviation or air transport, whether on air charter or common carriers. PHI is liable for huge damages and has no defense (act of God and force majeure are proper defenses only in land transportation). The actuarial scale of human life vis-a-vis the expected income and station of life of the passengers will be considered by the District Court for the jury's award.

Before the helicopter takes off from Amelia, there is a charter contract or if it is common carrier, a plane ticket, a contract of adhesion. Now due to PC and IT, PHI has both the physical manifest of passengers both in office and in the plane. PHI's computer also recorded the names of the passengers and details, plus time of the take off, and more importantly, the last distress signal it received. PHI cannot claim that any helicopter or any of the passengers its helicopters do and did carry are not in the PC control - there in the Image I uploaded, its home office.
Why? To bury evidence or to shake off the fear of angry and hungry heirs, who would like a fast Court intestate or will division of the 8 deceased's estate. This is what we call envelope-mental mentality or non-neutral reporting of journalists unlike here in Wikinews. CENSORED so to speak. It takes 4 years to finish an A.B. Communication or journalism degree, then a 2 years MA and another 2 year PH.D. to be a good journalist like James Hookway[1] who interviewed me for 4 hours and another 4 hours on horse field, only to write 20% truth and 80% fictional nonsense[2] about my case and dwarfs. No amount of good style of news writing can ever PREDICT whether a news article will be popular or will land of top, since it is dire acumen or a fundamental option of the Wikinews editor. I do it, without having even having enrolled in one subject on journalism, but my HEART is into it. I call it prophecy, since NEWS is a prediction of what is prophesied.
Footnotes: General aviation includes all non-scheduled civil flying, both private and commercial. General aviation may include business flights, air charter, private aviation and charter flights. Air traffic control (ATC) involves communication with aircraft to help maintain separation — that is, they ensure that aircraft are sufficiently far enough apart horizontally or vertically for no risk of collision. Controllers may co-ordinate position reports provided by pilots, or in high traffic areas (such as the United States) they may use RADAR to see aircraft positions.
In 2004, the FAA began the process to re-regulate the Part 135 industry, mainly due to the widespread problems created by the tension between aircraft owners and management companies. The FAA felt that air carriers (the air charter companies) had in some cases begun to lose operational control. The term "operational control" indicates which entity (aircraft owner, management company, broker, etc.) is controlling the aircraft's movements, crewing and compliance with applicable government regulations. In 2006 the FAA released a new Operations Specification regulation and guidance which more clearly defined the requirements for operational control of an aircraft performing a private charter flight.
In the United States air charter and air taxi operations are governed by Part 135 of the Federal Aviation Regulations, unlike the larger scheduled airlines, which are governed by more stringent standards of Part 121 of the FARs, which are regulations designed for scheduled air carriers.--Florentino Floro (talk) 12:48, 5 January 2009 (UTC)
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