Skip to comments.A U.S. Coast Guard rescue swimmer describes the crash scene as 'surreal'
Posted on 12/17/2013 8:07:18 AM PST by WhiskeyX
HONOLULU A U.S. Coast Guard rescue swimmer described the crash scene as "surreal." [....] Rescue swimmer Pj ornot first spotted State health director Loretta Fuddy...he touched and shook her but with no response.. protocol meant move on.
(Excerpt) Read more at kitv.com ...
Waiting for an autopsy.
Something tells me she’ll be cremated.
I hate being led into conspiritorial thinking.
Is it true that her maiden name was “Duddy”???
They won’t even wait for her to dry.
No, but her father’s name was Elmer.
I save you the trouble of holding your breath. Results are inconclusive.
Neither KITV exclusive piece mentioned if Fuddy had time to put on lifejacket as the other passengers/crew did.
Was she already unconscious or did she pass out afterwards?
Remember Michael Hastings? They did the autopsy - declared there was nothing wrong - nothing unusual and cremated the body.
AGAINST the family’s wishes and WITHOUT their prior knowledge and consent.
Cremation. When you absolutely positively gotta get rid of evidence.
Can we really believe a Hawaiian autopsy?
I don’t trust their Birth certificate, that she swore was real.
The autopsy will probably say drowned. Not how.
“Results are inconclusive.”
She died from the impact...
...with a baseball bat before boarding the airplane.
Everyone else had time to grab a lifejacket...
So now Loretta is doing shots with Vince Foster & Ron Brown in the sweet hereafter.
“Strangulation”...Probably an octopus.
I’m glad to see I’m not the only demented one here ;-) Actually I was thinking Fuddy was her maiden name, before she met Mr. Duddy...and decided to forgo the hypenation.
It sounds like this was simple misfortune, and that she was pretty much gone before the rescue. Stress alone can kill a person, literally. Besides, what purpose would it serve to envision some conspiracy over the BC? We already know it’s a fake and it’s highly doubtful she is the one who faked it. If the point is that someone may have bribed her, I don’t need much proof to support that theory.
I’ll bet it will say she died of a heart attack due to a combination of stress of the crash and “medications” she was taking.
She was in her life jacket floating with the others, doing fine, when the 70-year-old guy started swimming to shore. He was surprised to find out later that she had died.
They’re going to end up saying she had heart failure after the crash.
“If at first you don’t succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried...”
Thank you for the info.
OK, guess the public will have to accept the ‘heart failure’ verdict.
Just like in the Middle Ages, ‘heart failure’ was the #1 (maybe the only one) cause of death.
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