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Who and why did someone quickly open a front door thereby letting a flood  of heavy water into the plane?
Dear Dr. Taitz,
It was obvious that a plane in the water is nose heavy because of the  engine, thereby making it immediately evident that all should exit from the  higher tail door.
(It might have been different if it were a low wing plane where they could  have exited on the wing.)
From your picture of the starboard/right side of the plane at an airport,  it appears there is one door behind the cockpit, and one at the back of the  passenger section
in front of the tail, possibly where the videographer was sitting, so he  would have been the first out.  He did say he headed straight for the wing  tip to get out of the way of other passengers
coming out.  Convenient seat for the guy with the waterproof  camera.
I don’t know if the two sides of the plane are symmetrical, i.e. 4 doors  total.
From the video it appears a large spate of water is coming in from the  front, port/left side of the plane, diagonally opposite from the high and  dry tail side where we see the people exited.
A plane full of water will probably sink much faster than if it were kept  airtight until all were ready to exit.  The plane was already pointed down,  so the bulk of the water weight would
run forward making the nose even heavier.
So did the pilot panic and open that door?
Did the person in the first seat open that door?  Or perhaps the door  wasn’t secured properly and it blew in from the water pressure?
Did someone leave from that door while all others left from the rear  opposite side? In one frame it appears a man is off under the tail in the water  which seems like an unlikely
place rather than heading for the safety of the floating wing in the  opposite direction, or did he exit from the front portside door and was coming  around via the tail section?
Perhaps it was the pilot coming around to assist passengers into the  water?
And why do we not see him coming across the scene to join the others at the  wing?  Or is there a great section of video we/I  haven’t seen?
If someone did exit that front door we can’t see, would s/he have to swim  underwater before coming to the surface due to the water level at the front of  the plane?
OR am I all wet and all that water came into the plane from the engine  compartment somehow and it just looks like it came in from fairly high on the  left across the TV monitor?  If so,
one would think pilots would get soaked every time they flew through the  rain at 400 mph.
If someone on a rescue team removed Ms. Fuddy from the cabin of the plane,  it would have had to be from the ocean floor since the plane sank in 25 minutes  and the rescue team wasn’t
on scene and in the water until after that.  Was the rescue team  ever in the water?  My, they really aren’t giving out many  details of this fatal accident. They could have stopped all this  speculation
with a little damage control of very precise details from the many people  involved.  What is the purpose of spurring all the  mystery?   Is it a diversion from posting about Obamacare?
Bonus question:  Why did the videographer say he ‘was glad to be  rescued because he was so exhausted’ if he runs diving excursions on a regular  basis and is very at home
in and under the water for great lengths of time?  Life vests are  intended to make being in the water easy for even a non-swimmer in a light to  moderate chop.  The passengers don’t appear to be fighting much of a  current even though drifting apart.
Notes:  One article I read said Ms. Fuddy was in seat A2.
My husband purchased a single engine plane at one point.  During my  first flight lesson the instructor put the engine into idle in the air to show  me how easy and safe it is to glide and land
a single prop without an engine.  The Hawaiian pilot was a gliding  pro. Granted, he was at a low altitude and landed on a bumpy strip this time,  but even the video looks like a pretty smooth landing.  There was no  huge camera jerk upon first touching the water. I wonder why the  pilot gashed his head on the instrument panel. No shoulder belt?
I really respect your tireless work for the good of the country, Dr.  Taitz.
May God bless and be with you,
(Chicago area)


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