May 10, 2018 at 5:02 pm #854098
The Lac Megantic train crash, July 2013, has been disjointedly touched on in the blog, but some of the contributions have been taken down, eg Rick Potvin’s
some may be found here
The official narrative
and in French
While the Cluesforum page looked promising, it fizzled out quickly with only a few posts…
The current aerial “satellite” view shows a cleared area south of the railway, but the latest google street view is from June 2013, just before the “accident”
showing the Musi Cafe which provided many of the fictims
For some reason, these non-“terrorist” events seem to attract much less interest than other “terror” related events , yet the Lac Megantic hoax, with 47 fictims and a daring film set, [and other ‘accident’ events, such as Humboldt] is worthy of much more fakeological analysis than the simplistic black box shooter events which attract more pages of analysis. A shame.May 11, 2018 at 5:54 am #854104
Before returning to the Lac Megantic event, let’s briefly inspect the Ottawa bus crash which occurred just over two months later [even better, a train-bus crash]
The momentum of the train somehow failed to tip over the bus, remaining upright with the front allegedly sheared off. [c.f. the Humboldt bus ‘crash’] And a nice, easily sealed -off location with no awkward houses or uninvited witnesses nearby.
All the usual tell-tale signs, the prime minister offering condolences, a memorial park…tweets from the scene [CBC video]
Note – Smiling bus passengers Priscilla Victor, Mahima Sharma and others – where would we be without the paid Harley man witnesses? Yellow tarps covering “bodies” [c.f. Toronto van attack – check] At 1:51 – the usual ride-on, drill style CPR “pump” by a brave firefighter.
Also in the video was a cheerful Greg Mech who, as part of the hoax management, “committed suicide” four years later
The Seventh Victim: After the bus-train crash, Greg Mech was never the same
a senior information technology manager at the CBC….His family would learn that Greg had convinced doctors at The Royal that he needed a day pass. Once released, he took a bus to the Queensway Carleton Hospital, climbed six storeys of its parking garage and jumped to his death.
He sure liked buses.
“five people pronounced dead at the scene” [keeping hospitals out of the loop] but just one died in hospital taking the total to six. And a fountain of public money for the legal profession **
83 people alleged to have been packed into the morning bus.
From wiki –
Several lawsuits have been filed against the City of Ottawa and the estate of the bus driver by families of those who died in the crash as well as survivors. ** By 19 September 2017, of the 39 lawsuits filed against the city, collectively claiming $26 million, 31 had been settled with actual settlement payments totalling $8 million.
On 26 February 2016, the City of Ottawa stated that it will study whether underpasses or overpasses are required at five of the city’s railway crossings, including the crossing involved in the crash.
Photo dump from the drill
“suicide victim” Gregory Mack is also seen at 1.21 in this video – “people were thrown onto the tracks” suuuuure He’s the key Harley man. [other ‘witnesses’ interviewed were Tanner Terpanier and Robert Gencarelli]
The bus driver + Dave Woodard was naturally “a happy guy”
Willie Cranham, the Woodards’ next-door neighbour, said the bus driver was “just a super guy — never heard a cross word from him.”
The driver’s other neighbours — most of whom did not want to be identified in order to help protect the family’s privacy — remembered him as an unfailingly friendly and polite man.
Family members of the OC Transpo driver who was among six people killed when a bus collided with a train two years ago say they’re ready to move on after the release of today’s Transportation and Safety Board findings into the cause of the fatal crash.
“I’m happy that we’re getting closure today, and that the finger-pointing can be stopped,” said Martin Leury, the stepson of Dave Woodard,It concluded Woodard had likely been distracted by a video console he was required to monitor while on the job. The four-quadrant screen allows OC Transpo drivers to view a double-decker’s stairwell, upper deck, side doors and exterior.
The board found that Woodard was also likely distracted by passengers on the lower deck discussing the seating availability on the upper deck just before the crash.
December 2 2015
about 2 years ago
I want to thank everyone for their nice comments and thoughts regarding this final report…we all knew thar Dave wasn’t in the wrong. ..so please let him rest in peace….
Two year anniversary upload
Terry-Dave Woodard Allo my Love, my Prince…it’s been 2 years that you are gone and it’s seems like yesterday…I wish you were here for me to hug you one more time and telling you that I love you very much, I miss you terribly my Dave…until we meet again up above.
An obvious mass casualty drill in retrospect.
Conclusion – another daring HRDPAR when and where NDNGH.
PS Terry posts a photo of her new man, but he looks rather like Dave…
Angela Woodard Is this Dave Woodard
Angela Woodard Maybe Clifford Desjardins and Terry Woodard
Suzanne Bastien It’s Cwiff Cwiff!!
Angela Woodard Ya.Cwiff is not my brother
Brigitte Beaulne Watatow t’ai bain beau touer!!!
Joady O’Hara Lengacher Awesome pic! ???
Joady O’Hara Lengacher Only thing that is wrong is that it should be Bud in his hand ? lol
Angela Woodard All of you just don’t get it. Too bad for my brother
Terry-Dave Woodard What are you saying Ang?
Angela Woodard Should a put lol in there. He doesn’t look like Dave haha
Angela Woodard Sorry Terry I am just feeling sad and didn’t mean for it to sound that bad. Please forgive me
Joady O’Hara Lengacher
Angela Woodard I hope you are as happy with Cliff as you were with Dave
Debbie Riddell Good for you terry. Dave would of wanted you to continue
Angela Woodard I hope you are as happy with Cliff as you were with Dave
Cindy Kant you are doing great Terri ….Dave would pat you on the back and say thats my girl
Line Cardinal Love Dave so much but Dave would want Terry to be happy and Cliff does that to her he is a nice guy
Brigitte Beaulne God I hate face book sometimes !! One thing I know is that I love my brother to deaf and Terry you couldn’t have come at a better time I love you sis so so much xoxoxoxo
and naturally Humboldt strong
August 13, 2018 at 5:55 pm #855206
Three years ago I had earmarked the 2000 Hatfield rail crash [but never got round to writing anything] on the route of the Flying Scotsman, about 20 miles north of London in a nice ISOLATED stretch of track, with no overlooking houses, as a potential hoax. Then I read this recently…
The Hatfield train crash of October 2000 led to the subsequent “meltdown” of the railway network as infrastructure owner Railtrack was forced to admit it had no idea what condition its railway tracks were actually in. Until the tracks could be properly checked, swingeing speed restrictions were imposed at any location where gauge corner cracking, the rail defect which had led to the Hatfield crash, might present a risk. Trains slowed to a crawl…
cue lots of railway infrastructure investment….and blow me, a Channel 4 news reporter was on the train…how convenient
Carriage G, one of two first class coaches, is the point at which the train split in two, perhaps indicating the point where the derailment began.
It lies a few metres away from Carriage H and the rear cab. During the derailment, it tipped over onto its left-hand side and and electricity cables cascaded onto it.
Justin Rowlatt, a Channel Four News reporter who was travelling on the train at the time, said that he watched the carriages skid and whip around on the gravel besides the track.
Other witnesses have spoken of “mayhem” in these moments. Within minutes, many of the passengers in the rear carriages had clambered free and were sitting on the track in shock.
Leaders of the Health and Safety Executive inquiry said the track had deteriorated so far below normal standards that it shattered into more than 300 pieces as a London-Leeds express went over it at 117mph.
Re-assembly of the 115ft section had revealed “large numbers” of surface cracks up to 1.5in long. One segment of rail head showed “extensive flaking” across an area four inches long. A further 50 fragments exhibited evidence of fatigue cracks.
really? Are they sure it wasn’t 119 mph and 119 ft?
Chris Willby, technical adviser to the inquiry, said he had never encountered worse track. “I had not seen track with so many pieces out of it. Some came out as a result of the derailment, but others were clearly out before.”
All you need to know [official narrative style]
Four passengers died in the accident and a further 33 were initially reported as injured, three seriously. The number of injured was later revised to over 70. Those who died were all in the restaurant coach:
Robert James Alcorn, 37, of Auckland, New Zealand 
Steve Arthur, 46, from Pease Pottage, West Sussex
Leslie Gray, 43, of Tuxford, Nottinghamshire
Peter Monkhouse, 50, of Headingley, Leeds
Two of those seriously injured were GNER staff working in the restaurant coach at the time of the accident. Emmerdale actress Anna Brecon[aka Anna Davies] was travelling on the train, and suffered minor cuts and bruises….
Crash investigators found the British Rail-designed Mark 4 coaches had good structural integrity and, aside from the restaurant coach, remained intact after the accident. Coincidentally, the locomotive in the crash was also involved in the Great Heck rail crash *** (where the leading Driving Van Trailer hit a road vehicle on the track) a few months later
Well I never!
*** another five star media HRDPAR, a daringly staged crash with an unlikely narrative and naturally plenty of work for the legal profession in its wake.
2005 “How Hatfield changed the railways” [all maintenance came back into government control]
Looks like the location was used many years ago.
A nicely compartmentalised psy-op.
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