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The '''Locolombia crash''' is a crazy crash, staged in a remote part of [[:Category:Psyops in Colombia|Colombia]], on [[:Category:03/09 psyops|March 9]], [[:Category:2019 psyops|2019]]. According to the narrative, a plane with '''11''' passengers and '''3''' crew members left Taraira, Vaupés in the middle of the Amazon rainforest in the early morning, flew to San José del Guaviare at the southern edge of the vast roadless Llanos Orientales, left there at 9:34 am and "46 minutes later", "at 10:15 am [sic, this whorenalist needs some math classes]" crashed at '''Finca La Bendición''' ("The Blessing Estate"), just at a road in San Martín municipality, Meta department, at 109 km from the destination, the capital of Meta; Villavicencio.
The '''Locolombia crash''' is a crazy crash in a rather remote part of [[:Category:Psyops in Colombia|Colombia]], on [[:Category:03/09 psyops|March 9]], [[:Category:2019 psyops|2019]]. According to the narrative, a plane with '''11''' passengers and '''3''' crew members left Taraira, Vaupés in the middle of the Amazon rainforest in the early morning, flew to San José del Guaviare via Miraflores at the southern edge of the vast roadless Llanos Orientales, left there at 9:55 am and "20 minutes later", "at 10:15 am reported engine problems. The plane finally crashed at '''Finca La Bendición''' ("The Blessing Estate"), rotating 180 degrees upon impact, just 200 m from the "highway" San Martín-Villavicencio. The plane slid across a private road in San Martín municipality, Meta department, at 109 km from the destination, the capital of Meta; Villavicencio.
 
Well, "crashed". The story says that the '''plane fell out of the sky''' after the pilots reported that the left engine was not working and they could not stop it and they were flying on their right engine. See for photos of the "crash site" below.


On board of this plane was the mayor of Taraira, the least densely populated municipality of all Colombia, in the Amazon rainforest. This municipality spreads out over an area of 6619 km<sup>2</sup> and hosts just '''952''' inhabitants. At least 3 of them (0.31 % of Taraira) were on board the plane; mayor Doris Liszet Villegas Chara, her husband Humberto Araque and their daughter Catalina Araque Villegas.
On board of this plane was the mayor of Taraira, the least densely populated municipality of all Colombia, in the Amazon rainforest. This municipality spreads out over an area of 6619 km<sup>2</sup> and hosts just '''952''' inhabitants. At least 3 of them (0.31 % of Taraira) were on board the plane; mayor Doris Liszet Villegas Chara, her husband Humberto Araque and their daughter Catalina Araque Villegas.
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! Place !! Area (km<sup>2</sup>) !! Population !! Population<br>("Taraira") !! Refs
! Place !! Area (km<sup>2</sup>) !! Population !! Population<br>("Taraira") !! Refs
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| '''Taraira''' || align=center | 6619 || align=center | 952 || align=center | '''1''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiTaraira group="M">[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taraira Wiki - Taraira (es)]</ref>
| '''Taraira''' || align=center | 6619 || align=center | 952 || align=center | '''1''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiTaraira group="I">[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taraira Wiki - Taraira (es)]</ref>
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| Bogotá || align=center | 1587 || align=center | 7,181,000 || align=center | '''228''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiBogota group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bogot%C3%A1 Wiki - Bogotá]</ref>
| Bogotá || align=center | 1587 || align=center | 7,181,000 || align=center | '''228''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiBogota group="G">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bogot%C3%A1 Wiki - Bogotá]</ref>
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| New York City || align=center | 1214 || align=center | 8,200,000 || align=center | '''175''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiNYC group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York_City Wiki - New York City]</ref>
| New York City || align=center | 1214 || align=center | 8,200,000 || align=center | '''175''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiNYC group="G">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York_City Wiki - New York City]</ref>
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| Toronto || align=center | 630 || align=center | 2,500,000 || align=center | '''91''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiToronto group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toronto Wiki - Toronto]</ref>
| Toronto || align=center | 630 || align=center | 2,500,000 || align=center | '''91''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiToronto group="G">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toronto Wiki - Toronto]</ref>
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| Geneva || align=center | 16 || align=center | 200,000 || align=center | '''2.3''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiGeneva group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geneva Wiki - Geneva]</ref>
| Geneva || align=center | 16 || align=center | 200,000 || align=center | '''2.3''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiGeneva group="G">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geneva Wiki - Geneva]</ref>
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| Stockholm || align=center | 384 || align=center | 1,000,000 || align=center | '''55''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiStockholm group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockholm Wiki - Stockholm]</ref>
| Stockholm || align=center | 384 || align=center | 1,000,000 || align=center | '''55''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiStockholm group="G">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockholm Wiki - Stockholm]</ref>
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| London || align=center | 1707 || align=center | 8,200,000 || align=center | '''245''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiLondon group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London Wiki - London]</ref>
| London || align=center | 1707 || align=center | 8,200,000 || align=center | '''245''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiLondon group="G">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London Wiki - London]</ref>
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| Sydney || align=center | 25 || align=center | 240,000 || align=center | '''3.6''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiSydney group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sydney Wiki - Sydney]</ref>
| Sydney || align=center | 25 || align=center | 240,000 || align=center | '''3.6''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiSydney group="G">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sydney Wiki - Sydney]</ref>
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| Tokyo || align=center | 2200 || align=center | 14,000,000 || align=center | '''316''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiTokyo group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokyo Wiki - Tokyo]</ref>
| Tokyo || align=center | 2200 || align=center | 14,000,000 || align=center | '''316''' || align=center | <ref name=WikiTokyo group="G">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokyo Wiki - Tokyo]</ref>
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== Plot Peculiarities ==
;Crash site
* very strange position and reconstruction; 180 degree turn, sliding across the road which means plane was flying '''from north to south'''
* THERE ARE TOO MANY WOMEN! - on board were 2 women (mayor Doris Villegas, 30s, and Sandra Mejía, ''unknown'') and one 6 year old girl, yet we count at least '''4''' female bodies or "bodies"...
* very '''hard to kill everyone''' on board when going so '''slow'''
* lots of flat grassland landing opportunities around, why fly over the only (African palm tree) forested
* '''where are the witnesses of the plane crash'''? "Highway" is 200 m from crash site, should be cars, trucks, buses with passengers, weekend travelers around at 10:32 am on Saturday morning!
* crash site is '''on private land''' with private road, private access from multiple sides, an airstrip for a fumigation company; it is a controlled site
* this could explain only 1 video, but where are all the plane coming down, smoking from the left engine, videos from other witnesses??
* where is all the debris in the slide trajectory? As soon as the plane hits the ground, pieces break off. It should leave a trail of debris along and around the "sliding path", yet we don't see that
* the symbology of the crash site is peculiar
;Itinerary
* conflicting narratives; media and report say "bad weather so had to land in Miraflores, Guaviare", yet this is the only logical stop on the way for this '''bus service''' DC3
* son of technician has confirmed those stops were planned<ref name=DiscStops group="I">[https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/390529248663699457/627642855283884032/planned_zoom.jpg Comment Briian95 YouTube]</ref>
* "flight plan to Villavicencio from SJG said "45 minutes". That is '''276''' km/h? Fully loaded, while more empty plane went 233?
* Pilot with 27 years experience does not land on San Martín airstrip, but thinks "he can fly on" with 1 engine?
* why would he be flying south over exactly the only forested area just before crashing and rotating 180 degrees?
;Passengers
* there were 4 or 5 people on board able to fly a DC3?! Yet none of them managed to save even 1 person on board...
* the loss of 4 or 5 DC3 pilots is enormous for the area; these DC3s are the buses of the Llanos and Amazon Regions
* mayor and family dead? Elections coming up in October 2019, 7 months after loss of mayor;
* "Angéica Ortiz" was a "friend of the victims"; of all the mayor and family, the singer, and the merchant from Miraflores who "miraculously caught the flight"??
* '''WHY IS SHE LAUGHING''' (face, mouth, everything) the whole interview '''when 5 of her friends just died???'''<ref name=YTCaracol group="X"/><ref name=YTCaracolOrt1 group="P">[https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/390529248663699457/627641482693836811/3smiley33.jpg Caracol interview with Angélica Ortiz smiling 1]</ref><ref name=YTCaracolOrt2 group="P">[https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/390529248663699457/627641761929363467/332.jpg Caracol interview with Angélica Ortiz smiling 2]</ref>
;Narrative
* very different narratives about the crash; media describe "fell from sky", reconstruction based on preliminary safety report says "slid across road"
* [[:Category:Final destination psyops|Final destination]]: Finca ''La Bendición''; '''The Blessing'''
* Whole area is FARC-occupied, affiliated, rebellious or otherwise inaccesible for common people
* [[War For Drugs]] is heavy, just as war for resources (gold, silver, coltan, more?)


== Summary ==
== Summary ==
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All 14 people on board were killed, '''including the mayor of Taraira, Doris Villegas [and her husband and daughter]'''. The crew were attempting to land at Villavicencio and had just declared an emergency."</blockquote>
All 14 people on board were killed, '''including the mayor of Taraira, Doris Villegas [and her husband and daughter]'''. The crew were attempting to land at Villavicencio and had just declared an emergency."</blockquote>
* Reconstruction video 3 months later<ref name=YTRec group="X"/>
<blockquote>'''Transcription video (es):'''
* 1:45 - start itinerary reconstruction
** 4:30 am - passengers start gathering in Taraira to fly to Villavicencio
** among them the mayor of Taraira Doris Villegas, her husband and daughter Catalina
** awaiting them was captain Jaime Carrillo for the flight
** the plane, a DC3 from WWII, was equipped with 2 Wright R-1820 piston propeller engines
** aircraft was acquired by Laser Aéreo (Laser Express) in October 2015 [=''6 months before'' Carrillo's last DC3 crash in Puerto Gaitán]
** the plane, coming from La Pedrera, Amazonas, had landed the night before (March 8) and spent the night on the airstrip [blurred in GEarth!] of Taraira
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* Official crash report at Aviation-Safety.net<ref name=SafBoard group="C">[https://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=20190309-0 Douglas DC-3 crash report]</ref>


<blockquote>"Crash report:
<blockquote>"Crash report:
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* At '''10:34''' the aircraft hit the ground of a palm plantation with a high angle of descent and low speed
* At '''10:34''' the aircraft hit the ground of a palm plantation with a high angle of descent and low speed
* Flaps and undercarriage were retracted at the time of the accident
* Flaps and undercarriage were retracted at the time of the accident
* '''The aircraft slid across a gravel road and burst into flames'''."<ref name=SafBoard group="M">[https://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=20190309-0 Douglas DC-3 crash report]</ref></blockquote>
* '''The aircraft slid across a gravel road and burst into flames'''."</blockquote>
 
* <ref name=Espec14 group="N">[https://www.elespectador.com/noticias/nacional/meta/sube-14-el-numero-de-victimas-en-accidente-aereo-en-meta-articulo-844136 2019-03-10 - El Espectador - Sube a 14 el número de víctimas en accidente aéreo en Meta]</ref>
 
* <ref name=InvestRep group="C">[http://www.aerocivil.gov.co/autoridad-de-la-aviacion-civil/investigacion/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc=%2Fautoridad-de-la-aviacion-civil%2Finvestigacion%2FListado%20Accidentes%202019%2FPrelim%20HK2494%20Laser%20San%20Mart%C3%ADn%2022-03-19.pdf Investigation report crash site]</ref>
 
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* [https://colombiareports.com/colombia-illegal-armed-groups-maps/ FARC dissidents activity (January 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018)]<ref name=FARCRep group="I">[https://colombiareports.com/colombia-illegal-armed-groups-maps/ 2019-07-20 - Colombia’s illegal armed groups (maps)]</ref>
 
;Meta, Guaviare


* <ref name=Espec14 group="M">[https://www.elespectador.com/noticias/nacional/meta/sube-14-el-numero-de-victimas-en-accidente-aereo-en-meta-articulo-844136 2019-03-10 - El Espectador - Sube a 14 el número de víctimas en accidente aéreo en Meta]</ref>
<blockquote>"AGC / “Gulf Clan” activity (January 1 to June 30, 2018)


* <ref name=InvestRep group="M">[http://www.aerocivil.gov.co/autoridad-de-la-aviacion-civil/investigacion/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc=%2Fautoridad-de-la-aviacion-civil%2Finvestigacion%2FListado%20Accidentes%202019%2FPrelim%20HK2494%20Laser%20San%20Mart%C3%ADn%2022-03-19.pdf ]</ref>
The Gaitanista Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (AGC) are '''Colombia’s largest illegal armed group with between 3,000 and 7,000 combatants'''. They are called the “Gulf Clan” by the government. The group is led by dissident former members of  demobilized paramilitary umbrella organization AUC who abandoned their former group’s demobilization process between 2003 and 2006."</blockquote>
 
;Guaviare, Amazonas
 
<blockquote>"'''FARC dissidents activity (January 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018)'''
 
Following the demobilization of the FARC in 2017, dissidents formed groups throughout Colombia. The '''biggest one is the 1st Front or Southeastern Block, which controls southern Colombia'''. Also in the south west of Colombia dissident groups impose authority instead of the rule of law."</blockquote>


;Numerology
;Numerology
* 27,308 flight hours ([[:Category:911 numerology|911]])
* 27,308 flight hours ([[:Category:911 numerology|911]])
* 3 crew, 11 passengers ([[:Category:33 numerology|33]])
* 3 crew, 11 passengers ('''[[:Category:33 numerology|33]]''')
* '''74''' year old plane ([[:Category:11 numerology|11]])
* '''27''' years experience of the pilot ([[:Category:11 numerology|11]])
 
;Psyop angles
* [[:Category:Plane psyops|plane crash]]
* [[:Category:Final destination psyops|final destination]]
* [[:Category:Territorial control narrative|Territorial control]]
 
;Possible psyop angles
* [[:Category:NDNGH psyops|NDNGH]]
* [[:Category:DCP psyops|DCP]]


== Background ==
== Background ==
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Main activities in the "civilized" western parts are petroleum industry and extensive agriculture (in certain areas coca). And... the most valuable resources are in the extreme east, at the border with Amazonian Brazil and Venezuela, as that is part of the very old Guyana shield, a rich mining area.
Main activities in the "civilized" western parts are petroleum industry and extensive agriculture (in certain areas coca). And... the most valuable resources are in the extreme east, at the border with Amazonian Brazil and Venezuela, as that is part of the very old Guyana shield, a rich mining area.


==== Taraira ====
;Taraira
<blockquote>"Fundado por colonos a mediados del siglo XX, fue elevado a la categoría de municipio en 1993.
<blockquote>"Fundado por colonos a mediados del siglo XX, fue elevado a la categoría de municipio en 1993.


Su economía gira en torno a la '''minería (yacimientos de oro)''', la pesca y la explotación forestal.
Su economía gira en torno a la '''minería (yacimientos de oro)''', la pesca y la explotación forestal.


A este municipio '''sólo se puede acceder por vía aérea'''."<ref name=WikiTaraira group="M"/></blockquote>
A este municipio '''sólo se puede acceder por vía aérea'''."<ref name=WikiTaraira group="I"/></blockquote>


;Llanos Orientales
;Llanos Orientales
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* last point of departure borders Llanos on the south; San José del Guaviare
* last point of departure borders Llanos on the south; San José del Guaviare
* crash site in southern half of region
* crash site in southern half of region
* Southern Meta (Llanos) and all of Guaviare is coca terrain<ref name=MapCocaCol group="G">[https://es.insightcrime.org/indepth/observatorio-rosario/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/exfarc-featured-image.png Map of Coca production and rebel factions of Colombia]</ref>


;Airline
;Airline
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=== Coltan ===
=== Coltan ===
Apart from gold and silver, in Vaupés also '''coltan''' is mined, "legally" and "illegally".<ref name=WikiMinCol group="R">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mining_areas_in_Colombia Wiki - List of mining areas in Colombia]</ref>
Apart from gold and silver, in Vaupés also '''coltan''' is mined, "legally" and "illegally".<ref name=WikiMinCol group="G">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mining_areas_in_Colombia Wiki - List of mining areas in Colombia]</ref>


<blockquote>"Coltan (short for columbite–tantalites and known industrially as tantalite) is a dull black metallic ore from which are extracted the elements niobium and tantalum. The niobium-dominant mineral in coltan is columbite (after niobium's original American name columbium), and the tantalum-dominant mineral is tantalite.
<blockquote>"Coltan (short for columbite–tantalites and known industrially as tantalite) is a dull black metallic ore from which are extracted the elements niobium and tantalum. The niobium-dominant mineral in coltan is columbite (after niobium's original American name columbium), and the tantalum-dominant mineral is tantalite.


'''Tantalum from coltan is used to manufacture tantalum capacitors which are used for portable telephones, personal computers, automotive electronics, and cameras'''. Coltan mining has financed serious conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo, including the Ituri conflict and the Second Congo War."<ref name=WikiColtan group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coltan Wiki - Coltan]</ref></blockquote>
'''Tantalum from coltan is used to manufacture tantalum capacitors which are used for portable telephones, personal computers, automotive electronics, and cameras'''. Coltan mining has financed serious conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo, including the Ituri conflict and the Second Congo War."<ref name=WikiColtan group="G">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coltan Wiki - Coltan]</ref></blockquote>


* Niobium
* Niobium


<blockquote>"It was not until the early 20th century that niobium was first used commercially. Brazil is the leading producer of niobium and ferroniobium, an alloy of 60–70% niobium with iron. Niobium is used mostly in alloys, the largest part in special steel such as that used in gas pipelines. Although these alloys contain a maximum of 0.1%, the small percentage of niobium enhances the strength of the steel. '''The temperature stability of niobium-containing superalloys is important for its use in jet and rocket engines.'''"<ref name=WikiNiobium group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niobium Wiki - Niobium]</ref></blockquote>
<blockquote>"It was not until the early 20th century that niobium was first used commercially. Brazil is the leading producer of niobium and ferroniobium, an alloy of 60–70% niobium with iron. Niobium is used mostly in alloys, the largest part in special steel such as that used in gas pipelines. Although these alloys contain a maximum of 0.1%, the small percentage of niobium enhances the strength of the steel. '''The temperature stability of niobium-containing superalloys is important for its use in jet and rocket engines.'''"<ref name=WikiNiobium group="G">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niobium Wiki - Niobium]</ref></blockquote>
 
* Selection of Niobium minerals
** [http://webmineral.com/dana/dana.php?class=08&subclass=03&group=02#.XZMkHkZKiMo Tantalite-Columbite series]<ref name=WebMinTanCol group="G">[http://webmineral.com/dana/dana.php?class=08&subclass=03&group=02#.XZMkHkZKiMo Webmineral - Tantalite-Columbite series]</ref>
** [http://webmineral.com/data/Changbaiite.shtml Changbaiite] - PbNb<sub>2</sub>O<sub>6</sub><ref name=WebminChangbaiite group="G">[http://webmineral.com/data/Changbaiite.shtml Webmineral - Changbaiite]</ref><ref name=MindatChangbaiite group="G">[https://www.mindat.org/min-968.html Mindat - Changbaiite]</ref>


;Colombia
;Colombia
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDzA5hhytn8 YouTube - 2018 - Coltán, también se le conoce como el oro azul - 4:21]<ref name=YTColombiaColtanOro group="M">[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDzA5hhytn8 YouTube - 2018 - Coltán, también se le conoce como el oro azul - 4:21]</ref>
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDzA5hhytn8 YouTube - 2018 - Coltán, también se le conoce como el oro azul - 4:21]<ref name=YTColombiaColtanOro group="G">[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDzA5hhytn8 YouTube - 2018 - Coltán, también se le conoce como el oro azul - 4:21]</ref>
* '''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxQshbxmYYo YouTube - 2013 - La verdad sobre el coltan en Colombia - 5:06]'''<ref name=YTColombiaColtan group="M">[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxQshbxmYYo YouTube - 2013 - La verdad sobre el coltan en Colombia - 5:06]</ref>
* '''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxQshbxmYYo YouTube - 2013 - La verdad sobre el coltan en Colombia - 5:06]'''<ref name=YTColombiaColtan group="G">[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxQshbxmYYo YouTube - 2013 - La verdad sobre el coltan en Colombia - 5:06]</ref>
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdCx1VRgElI YouTube - 2012 - Colombia's black-market coltan tied to drug traffickers, paramilitaries - 12:59]
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdCx1VRgElI YouTube - 2012 - Colombia's black-market coltan tied to drug traffickers, paramilitaries - 12:59]


;Videos about the Curse of Congo; Coltan
;Videos about the Curse of Congo; Coltan
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTJwbP9Dg_o YouTube - 2016 - Coltan: Conflict minerals in Congo - 4:31]
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTJwbP9Dg_o YouTube - 2016 - Coltan: Conflict minerals in Congo - 4:31]
** Coltan is needed for the production of "mobile phones"<ref name=YTConConflict group="M">[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTJwbP9Dg_o YouTube - 2016 - Coltan: Conflict minerals in Congo - 4:31]</ref>
** Coltan is needed for the production of "mobile phones"<ref name=YTConConflict group="G">[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTJwbP9Dg_o YouTube - 2016 - Coltan: Conflict minerals in Congo - 4:31]</ref>
** Congo #2 producer of coltan worldwide
** Congo #2 producer of coltan worldwide
** Numbi, Congo
** Numbi, Congo
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYqrflGpTRE YouTube - 2012 - VICE - Conflict Minerals, Rebels and Child Soldiers in Congo - 38:01]
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYqrflGpTRE YouTube - 2012 - VICE - Conflict Minerals, Rebels and Child Soldiers in Congo - 38:01]
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTwzCy0-RTw YouTube - 2017 - RT - Congo, My Precious. The Curse of the coltan mines in Congo - 52:00]
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTwzCy0-RTw YouTube - 2017 - RT - Congo, My Precious. The Curse of the coltan mines in Congo - 52:00]
== Podcast ==
* '''[[FAC 615]] - ''"Locolombia Crash"''


== Data ==
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{| class="wikitable"
{| class="wikitable"
|+ Alleged itinerary<ref name=SafBoard group="M"/>
|+ Alleged itinerary<ref name=SafBoard group="C"/>
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| '''Locations''' || align=center | '''Taraira''' || align=center | '''Miraflores''' || align=center | '''San José del Guaviare''' || align=center | '''''La Rinconada''<br>San Martín''' || align=center | '''<big>Finca ''La Bendición''<br>San Martín</big>''' || align=center | ''Villavicencio'' || align=center | Colombia
| '''Locations''' || align=center | La Pedrera (PED) || align=center | '''Taraira (TAP)''' || align=center | '''Miraflores (MIR)''' || align=center | '''San José del Guaviare (SJG)''' || align=center | '''''La Rinconada''<br>San Martín (SMA)''' || align=center | '''<big>Finca ''La Bendición''<br>San Martín (YES)</big>''' || align=center | ''Villavicencio (VVC)'' || align=center | Colombia
|-
|-
| '''Municipalities''' || align=center | [[File:Colombia - Vaupés - Taraira.svg|center|50px]] || align=center | [[File:Colombia - Guaviare - Miraflores.svg|center|70px]] || align=center | [[File:Colombia - Guaviare - San José del Guaviare.svg|center|70px]] || align=center | [[File:Colombia - Meta - San Martín.svg|center|60px]] || align=center | [[File:Colombia - Meta - San Carlos de Guaroa.svg|center|60px]] || align=center | [[File:Colombia - Meta - Villavicencio.svg|center|60px]] || rowspan=10 align=center | [[File:Regiones naturales de Colombia.jpg|center|200px]]
| '''Municipalities''' || align=center | [[File:Colombia - Amazonas - La Pedrera.svg|center|50px]] || align=center | [[File:Colombia - Vaupés - Taraira.svg|center|50px]] || align=center | [[File:Colombia - Guaviare - Miraflores.svg|center|70px]] || align=center | [[File:Colombia - Guaviare - San José del Guaviare.svg|center|70px]] || align=center colspan=2 | [[File:Colombia - Meta - San Martín.svg|center|60px]] || align=center | [[File:Colombia - Meta - Villavicencio.svg|center|60px]] || rowspan=12 align=center | [[File:Regiones naturales de Colombia.jpg|center|200px]]
|-
|-
| '''Department''' || [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaup%C3%A9s_Department Vaupés] || colspan=2 align=center | [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guaviare_Department Guaviare] || colspan=3 align=center | [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meta_Department Meta]
| '''Department''' || align=center | [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazonas_Department Amazonas] || align=center | [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaup%C3%A9s_Department Vaupés] || colspan=2 align=center | [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guaviare_Department Guaviare] || colspan=3 align=center | [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meta_Department Meta]
|-  
|-  
| '''Topography''' || [[File:Vaupes Topographic 2.png|center|100px]] || colspan=2 align=center | [[File:Guaviare Topographic 2.png|center|140px]] || colspan=3 align=center | [[File:Meta Topographic 2.png|center|120px]]
| '''Topography''' || align=center | [[File:Amazonas Topographic 2.png|center|100px]] || align=center | [[File:Vaupes Topographic 2.png|center|100px]] || colspan=2 align=center | [[File:Guaviare Topographic 2.png|center|140px]] || colspan=3 align=center | [[File:Meta Topographic 2.png|center|120px]]
|-  
|-
| '''Km''' || align=center | 0 || align=center | ''333'' || align=center | ''157'' || align=center | ''171'' || align=center | ''9'' || align=center | '''109'''
| '''Latitude''' (dms) || align=center | 1° 19' 43" S || align=center | 0° 34' 04" S || align=center | 1° 20' 22" N || align=center | 2° 34' 38" N || align=center | 3° 42' 10" N || align=center | '''3° 44' 58.33" N''' || align=center | 4° 10' 12" N
|-
| '''Longitude''' (dms) || align=center | 69° 34' 47" W || align=center | 69° 38' 18" W || align=center | 71° 57' 07" W || align=center | 72° 38' 21" W || align=center | 73° 41' 25" W || align=center | '''73° 43' 0.39" W''' || align=center | 73° 36' 48" W
|-
| '''Km''' || align=center | -85 || align=center | 0 || align=center | ''333'' || align=center | ''157'' || align=center | ''171'' || align=center | '''6''' || align=center | '''109'''
|-
|-
| '''Landing''' || align=center | - || align=left | 7:39 || align=left | 9:14 || align=center rowspan=2 | ''10:15'' || align=center | 10:34 || align=center bgcolor=black |  
| '''Landing''' || align=center | Mar 8, eve || align=left | 7:39 || align=left | 9:14 || align=center rowspan=2 | ''10:15'' || align=center | 10:32 || align=center bgcolor=pink | '''10:34'''
|-
|-
| '''Take off''' || align=right | 6:13 || align=right | 8:34 || align=right| 9:55 || colspan=2 align=center bgcolor=black |  
| '''Take off''' || align=center | - || align=right | 6:13 || align=right | 8:34 || align=right| 9:55 || colspan=2 align=center bgcolor=black |  
|-
|-
| '''Time''' (ground) || align=center | 0 || align=center | 0:55 || align=center | 0:41 || align=center | ''0:20'' || align=center | 0:19 || align=center bgcolor=black |  
| '''Time''' (ground) || align=center | 8h~ || align=center | 0:55 || align=center | 0:41 || align=center | ''0:20'' || align=center | 0:19 || align=center bgcolor=black |  
|-
|-
| '''Time''' (air) || align=right | 1:26 || align=right | 0:40 || align=right | 0:39 || colspan=3 rowspan=3 align=center bgcolor=black |  
| '''Time''' (air) || align=right | ? || align=right | 1:26 || align=right | 0:40 || align=right | 0:39 || colspan=3 rowspan=3 align=center bgcolor=black |  
|-
|-
| '''Speed''' (km/h) || align=right | 232 || align=right | 235 || align=right | '''277'''??
| '''Speed''' (km/h) || align=right | ? || align=right | 232 || align=right | 235 || align=right | '''277'''??
|-
|-
| '''On board''' || align=center | 11 || align=center | 13 || align=center | 14
| '''On board''' || align=center | ? || align=center | 11 || align=center | 13 || align=center | 14
|-
|-
|}
|}
==== La Pedrera ====
[[File:Colombia - Amazonas - La Pedrera.svg|right|250px]]
* FARC-affiliated area<ref name=MapFARC group="G">[https://static2.abc.es/media/internacional/2018/06/03/zonas-farc-colombia--620x760.jpg Map of FARC and other controlled areas]</ref>
* plane arrived night before here
* agricultural activities [only] of La Pedrera:
** yuca
** bananas
** corn
** fruit trees
** cow and pig cattle farms
** chicken farming<ref name=GovPed group="I">[https://web.archive.org/web/20171009112359/http://amazonas.gov.co/territorios.shtml?apc=bbxx-3-&x=1364463 Nuestro Corregimiento - La Pedrera]</ref>


==== Taraira ====
==== Taraira ====
[[File:Colombia - Vaupés - Taraira.svg|right|250px]]
[[File:Colombia - Vaupés - Taraira.svg|right|250px]]
* FARC-affiliated area<ref name=MapFARC group="G"/>


* 6:13 take-off
* 6:13 take-off
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Su economía gira en torno a la '''minería (yacimientos de oro)''', la pesca y la explotación forestal.
Su economía gira en torno a la '''minería (yacimientos de oro)''', la pesca y la explotación forestal.


A este municipio sólo se puede acceder por vía aérea."<ref name=WikiTaraira group="M">[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taraira Wiki - Taraira (es)]</ref></blockquote>
A este municipio sólo se puede acceder por vía aérea."<ref name=WikiTaraira group="I">[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taraira Wiki - Taraira (es)]</ref></blockquote>


==== Miraflores ====
==== Miraflores ====
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<blockquote>"Miraflores is a town and municipality in the Guaviare Department, Colombia. The municipality was created on February 8, 1990. '''On August 1998 a Colombian National Police Base was overran by the FARC guerrillas and later rebuilt and reoccupied on February 2004'''. The population of Guaviare in 1993 was approximately 14,381.
<blockquote>"Miraflores is a town and municipality in the Guaviare Department, Colombia. The municipality was created on February 8, 1990. '''On August 1998 a Colombian National Police Base was overran by the FARC guerrillas and later rebuilt and reoccupied on February 2004'''. The population of Guaviare in 1993 was approximately 14,381.


The legal economy in the region is mostly based on logging and agriculture, and to a minor scale artisan fishing. Due to the presence of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) guerrilla and other groups involved in the illegal drug trade business, '''the economy in Miraflores was ruled by coca. The coca paste is sometimes used as currency, substituting the local Colombian peso or the US dollar'''."<ref name=WikiMiraflores group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miraflores,_Guaviare Wiki - Miraflores]</ref></blockquote>
The legal economy in the region is mostly based on logging and agriculture, and to a minor scale artisan fishing. Due to the presence of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) guerrilla and other groups involved in the illegal drug trade business, '''the economy in Miraflores was ruled by coca. The coca paste is sometimes used as currency, substituting the local Colombian peso or the US dollar'''."<ref name=WikiMiraflores group="I">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miraflores,_Guaviare Wiki - Miraflores]</ref></blockquote>


==== San José del Guaviare ====
==== San José del Guaviare ====
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<blockquote>"San José del Guaviare es un municipio colombiano, capital del departamento de Guaviare. Comenzó a formarse en 1960, vinculado a las actividades colonizadoras de la región selvática y como núcleo de apoyo a las mismas. En 1976 recibió el estatus de municipio y su crecimiento demográfico, desde entonces, se ha proyectado rápidamente.  
<blockquote>"San José del Guaviare es un municipio colombiano, capital del departamento de Guaviare. Comenzó a formarse en 1960, vinculado a las actividades colonizadoras de la región selvática y como núcleo de apoyo a las mismas. En 1976 recibió el estatus de municipio y su crecimiento demográfico, desde entonces, se ha proyectado rápidamente.  


'''El departamento fue marcado por la violencia y los cultivos ilícitos [coca] en Colombia''', pero los esfuerzos del gobierno Colombiano han permitido que sus habitantes se concentren cada vez más en '''actividades agrícolas y pecuarias'''."<ref name=WikiSJGuaviare group="M">[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Jos%C3%A9_del_Guaviare Wiki - San José del Guaviare]</ref></blockquote>
'''El departamento fue marcado por la violencia y los cultivos ilícitos [coca] en Colombia''', pero los esfuerzos del gobierno Colombiano han permitido que sus habitantes se concentren cada vez más en '''actividades agrícolas y pecuarias'''."<ref name=WikiSJGuaviare group="I">[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Jos%C3%A9_del_Guaviare Wiki - San José del Guaviare]</ref></blockquote>


==== San Martín, Meta ====
==== San Martín, Meta ====
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El sector '''ganadero utiliza un 63%''' de la superficie total del municicpio, el '''sector agrícola ocupa el 1.74 %'''
El sector '''ganadero utiliza un 63%''' de la superficie total del municicpio, el '''sector agrícola ocupa el 1.74 %'''
375.170 ha cultivadas en pastos donde prevalece una ganadería extensiva con 166.130 cabezas de ganado equivalentes a 0.44 cabezas/ha
375.170 ha cultivadas en pastos donde prevalece una ganadería extensiva con 166.130 cabezas de ganado equivalentes a 0.44 cabezas/ha
'''1.74% de la superficie está dedicada a la agricultura donde la palma africana es el cultivo más importante del Municipio con 6.513 ha'''"<ref name=WikiSanMartin group="M">[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Mart%C3%ADn_(Meta) Wiki - San Martín, Meta]</ref></blockquote>
'''1.74% de la superficie está dedicada a la agricultura donde la palma africana es el cultivo más importante del Municipio con 6.513 ha'''"<ref name=WikiSanMartin group="I">[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Mart%C3%ADn_(Meta) Wiki - San Martín, Meta]</ref></blockquote>
 
==== San Carlos de Guaroa ====
[[File:Colombia - Meta - San Carlos de Guaroa.svg|right|250px]]
 
...nothing to say about it....


==== Villavicencio ====
==== Villavicencio ====
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<blockquote>"
<blockquote>"
"<ref name=WikiVillavicencio group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villavicencio Wiki - Villavicencio]</ref></blockquote>
"<ref name=WikiVillavicencio group="I">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villavicencio Wiki - Villavicencio]</ref></blockquote>
 
=== News links ===
* [https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DTHbmaFX4AEH-Z0.jpg Twitter]
* [https://www.larazon.es/internacional/al-menos-12-muertos-tras-estrellarse-un-avion-comercial-en-colombia-FC22314753 La Razón]
* [https://noticias.canalrcn.com/nacional-pais/lo-se-sabe-del-accidente-del-avion-dc3-meta-dejo-14-personas-muertas Caracol]
* [https://www.flickr.com/photos/lrs747/25468331527 Flickr]
* [https://www.dw.com/es/catorce-muertos-tras-estrellarse-un-avi%C3%B3n-comercial-en-colombia/a-47840025 14 dead - DW]
* [ ]
* [ ]
* [ ]


=== Photos ===
=== Photos ===
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=== Videos ===
=== Videos ===
* <big>'''[https://videos.files.wordpress.com/S1y86Y5V/columbian-plane-crash-2_hd.mp4 VIDEO ON FAKETUBE - 00:39]'''</big>
* <big>'''[https://videos.files.wordpress.com/S1y86Y5V/columbian-plane-crash-2_hd.mp4 VIDEO ON FAKETUBE - 00:39]'''</big>
* <big>'''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYbDA5DMdNY YouTube - 2019-03-10 - Caracol - Avión que se chocó en Meta realizó dos paradas antes de su destino final - Noticias Caracol - 5:04]<ref name=YTCaracol group="X">[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYbDA5DMdNY YouTube - 2019-03-10 - Caracol - Avión que se chocó en Meta realizó dos paradas antes de su destino final - Noticias Caracol - 5:04]</ref>'''</big>
* [https://www.elsoldehermosillo.com.mx/mundo/video-avionazo-en-colombia-deja-12-muertos-3165091.html See Twitter video]
* [https://www.elsoldehermosillo.com.mx/mundo/video-avionazo-en-colombia-deja-12-muertos-3165091.html See Twitter video]
** '''''Hanging Woman''''' crisis actress # 1
** '''''Hanging Woman''''' crisis actress # 1
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**  
**  


=== Technical data ===
==== Aircraft ====
{| class="wikitable sortable"
|+
! Craft !! Year !! Empty weight (kg) !! Max weight (kg) !! Max carry (kg) !! Cruise speed (km/h) !! Range (km) !! Image !! Refs
|-
| '''Douglas DC-3''' || align=center | '''1945''' || align=center | '''7650''' || align=center | 11,431<br>"gross" || align=center | - || align=center | '''333''' (cruise)<br>370 (max) || align=center | 2400 || align=center | [[File:HK-2494 Douglas DC-3 SADELCA (7496097304).jpg|center|120px]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiDC3 group="C">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_DC-3#Specifications_(DC-3A-S1C3G) Wiki - Douglas DC-3 - specs]</ref>
|-
| '''Antonov-26B-100''' || align=center | '''1999+''' || align=center | 15,020 || align=center | 24,000 || align=center | - || align=center | 440 (cruise) || align=center | 1100 (max load)<br>2500 (max fuel) || align=center | [[File:Polar Airlines Antonov An-26-100 Sibille.jpg|center|120px]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiAn26 group="C">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonov_An-26#Variants Wiki - Antonov-26B-100 - specs]</ref>
|-
| '''Chinook''' || align=center | '''1945''' || align=center | 11,148 || align=center | '''22,680''' || align=center | '''10,886''' || align=center | 296 (cruise)<br>315 (max) || align=center | '''741''' || align=center | [[File:CH-47 lifting F-86L at Wendover Utah 2008.jpg|center|120px]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiChinook group="C">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_CH-47_Chinook#Specifications_(CH-47F) Wiki - Chinook - specs]</ref>
|-
|}
;Douglas DC-3
* a range of 1,500 mi (2,400 km), and could operate from short runways
=== Passenger list ===
Sources<ref name=TwitVics group="P">[https://twitter.com/AeroCivilCol/status/1104520165574828033/photo/1 Victim list on Twitter]</ref><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="X">[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accidente_del_DC-3_de_Laser_A%C3%A9reo_de_2019 Wiki - Locolombia crash (es)]</ref>


'''I''' - identified within 24 hours; 6 bodies<ref name=PasListUni group="P"/>
# '''I''' Jaime Carrillo Montenegro, pilot<ref name=TwitVics group="P"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="X"/>
# '''I''' Jaime Eduardo Herrera Romero, copilot<ref name=TwitVics group="P"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="X"/>
# Álex Moreno, technician<ref name=TwitVics group="P"/>
# '''I''' Doris Lizet Villegas Chara, mayor of Taraira<ref name=TwitVics group="P"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="X"/>
# Humberto Araque, husband of mayor<ref name=TwitVics group="P"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="X"/>
# '''I'''Catalina Araque Villegas (6), daughter of mayor<ref name=TwitVics group="P"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="X"/>
# '''I''' Sandra Mejía Ibargüen = Santa Romelia Ibargüen Lozano, "passenger"<ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="X"/><ref name=TwitVics group="P"/>
# '''I''' Manuel Tiberio Mejía Tobón, norteña/llanera music singer<ref name=TwitVics group="P"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="X"/>
# William Alberto Alarcón Lozano, "passenger"<ref name=TwitVics group="P"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="X"/>
# Camilo Lozano, "pilot" according to 1 source<ref name=TwitVics group="P"/>
# Cristian Camilo Lozano Escobar<ref name=TwitVics group="P"/>
# Alejandro Fonseca, "merchant", boarded in Miraflores with Alex and cargo<ref name=TwitVics group="P"/>
# Alex Rodríguez, boarded in Miraflores<ref name=TwitVics group="P"/>
# Juan Carlos Méndez Ramos, "pilot", boarded in San José del Guaviare<ref name=TwitVics group="P"/>
* Pilot '''Jaime Carrillo Montenegro''' gave up a false address for his car taxes, that of a main shopping center in the capital<ref name=Pilot group="P">Tax report, online to find</ref>
* 6 people identified in the first 24 hours:
<blockquote>"El Instituto destacó que en las primeras 24 horas de labores han sido identificadas plenamente a Doris Liszet Villegas Chara, Jaime Eduardo Herrera Romero, Santa Romelia Ibarguen Lozano, Manuel Tiberio Mejia Tobon, Jaime Carrillo Montenegro y Catalina Araque Villegas (6 años de edad)."<ref name=PasListUni group="P">[https://www.eluniversal.com.co/colombia/identifican-a-seis-cuerpos-de-las-victimas-del-accidente-de-avion-en-el-meta-IX880497 Identifican a seis cuerpos de las víctimas del accidente de avión en el Meta]</ref>
</blockquote>
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Jm_lMJgyts Accident April 7 2016 - Crash with DC 3 in Meta witness video]
* [[:Category:NDNGH psyops|NDNGH]] - [https://www.aviacol.net/accidentes-incidentes/accidente-douglas-dc-3-colombia-puerto-gaitan.html Douglas C-47/DC-3 cae a tierra en Puerto Gaitán, Colombia]<ref name=AviacolDC316 group="N">[https://www.aviacol.net/accidentes-incidentes/accidente-douglas-dc-3-colombia-puerto-gaitan.html 2016-04-07 - Aviacol - Douglas C-47/DC-3 cae a tierra en Puerto Gaitán, Colombia]</ref>
<blockquote>Un avión tipo Douglas C-47/DC-3 de la compañía Aerolíneas Llaneras ARALL cayó a tierra en la mañana de hoy en cercanías a Puerto Gaitán, departamento del Meta, Colombia. En el avión viajaban '''3''' ocupantes que '''sobrevivieron al incidente'''.
El avión, registrado como '''HK-2663''', sufrió el suceso a las 6:25 de la mañana luego de haber despegado del aeródromo del municipio de '''Puerto Gaitán con rumbo a la ciudad de Villavicencio'''. En la aeronave viajaban el '''piloto al mando Jaime Carrillo, la copiloto Liliana Nieto y el técnico Iván Muñoz'''.
Según reporta la Aeronáutica Civil de Colombia, dos de los tres ocupantes fueron trasladados a centros asistenciales inicialmente. El último informe da cuenta de que los tres ocupantes del avión están '''ilesos'''.
El avión terminó junto a un tramo de carretera y sufrió un incendio que consumió más de la mitad frontal de la nave. Equipos de bomberos del municipio de Puerto Gaitán y autoridades de la zona atendieron la emergencia.
La Aerocivil informó que se desplaza al sitio un grupo de trabajo para dar comienzo a la investigación.</blockquote>
== Crash site analysis ==
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* [ Gaia - Crash Site Analysis 2] - [ Fakeopedia 2.0]</ref>
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== Route analysis ==
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{| class="wikitable"
|+ Itinerary of HK2494
! Time !! Km !! Map !! Passengers !! Event !! Av. speed/<br>Gr. time !! Comments
|-
| align=center | 10:40 || align=center | 207 || align=center | VVC || align=center | 8 || ETA Villavicencio || align=center | '''<big>276</big>'''  ||
|-
| align=center | 10:34 || align=center | 76.7 || align=center | YES || align=center | 8 || *Crash* || align=center | 269 || Crash site in peculiar position just in 1.74% area African palm trees, with many better & flatter options around
|-
| align=center | 10:32 || align=center | ?? || align=center |  || align=center | 8 || Last report to ATC || align=center |  || Plane lost altitude and last radio contact was at 10:32 when the crew radioed that they '''had <u>a runway</u> in sight''', with no further information
|-
| align=center | 10:15 || align=center | ''98'' || align=center | DIV || align=center | 8 || "Engine failure" || align=center | '''294''' || '''Plane was climbing''' thr. 8,100 ft & approx. 59NM (109 km) from Villavicencio, flight reported engine problems & stated their intentions to divert to a nearby airstrip. Villavicencio ATC suggested '''La Rinconada Airstrip''' in San Martín, Meta
|-
| align=center | 9:55 || align=center | 0 || align=center | SJG ||align=center | 8 || Plane takes off from SJG || align=center |  || Spent 41 min on ground, "45 min flight time?? that is '''276''' average speed?", "20 min later they were 98 km into flight = 109 from VVC, which is 207 from SJG"
|-
| align=center | 9:14 || align=center | 157 || align=center | SJG || align=center | 8 || Plane lands in SKSJ/SGJ || align=center | 0:41 || Plane was fueled & crew submitted flight plan to Villavicencio with '''total flight time of 45 minutes''' at alt. 8,500 ft, 1 more passenger boarded
|-
| align=center | 8:34 || align=center | 0 || align=center | MIR || align=center | 7 || Plane takes off from Miraflores (SMKF), Guaviare || align=center | 235 || "Rescheduled" [?? it is the only airport en route] the flight to the Jorge Enrique Gonzales (ICAO: SKSJ) airfield in the city of San José del Guaviare, '''to refuel [the plane just spend 0:55 on the ground?]''' and continue their flight to (SKVV)
|-
| align=center | 7:39 || align=center | 333 || align=center | MIR || align=center | 7 || Plane lands in Miraflores (SMKF), Guaviare || align=center | 0:55 || 2 passengers and unknown cargo board
|-
| align=center | 6:13 || align=center | 0 || align=center | TAP || align=center | 5 || Plane takes off from '''Taraira''' airport (SKTR) || align=center | 232 || Pilot, copilot, technician, mayor, husband, daughter and 2 more passengers and 500 kilo of cargo on board
|-
|}
== Passenger analysis ==
* [ Gaia - Passenger Analysis 1] - [ Fakeopedia 2.0]</ref>
* [ Gaia - Passenger Analysis 2] - [ Fakeopedia 2.0]</ref>
{| class="wikitable sortable"
|+ Passenger list
! # !! Name !! Sex !! Age !! Board !! Comments !! Refs
|-
| align=center | 1 || Jaime Carrillo Montenegro || align=center | M || align=center | '''65''' || Pilot || Pilot with '''27''' years experience in the region, identified 1st day  || align=center | <ref name=YTCaracol group="X"/>
|-
| align=center | 2 || Jaime Eduardo Herrera Romero || align=center | M || align=center | ? || Copilot || Copilot, can fly DC3, identified 1st day || align=center | <ref name=YTCaracol group="X"/>
|-
| align=center | 3 || Alex Moreno || align=center | M || align=center | 45? || Technician || Father of YT user, can fly DC3 || align=center | <ref name=P3 group="P">[https://www.youtube.com/user/TheGamerTutorials100 Briian95 YouTube channel]</ref>
|-
| align=center | 4 || Doris Lizet Villegas Chara || align=center | F || align=center | ? || Mayor of Taraira || Took her whole family, "friend of Angélica Ortiz (Caracol)"|| align=center | <ref name=YTCaracol group="X"/>
|-
| align=center | 5 || Humberto Araque || align=center | M || align=center | ? || Husband || Husband of mayor, "friend of Angélica Ortiz (Caracol)" || align=center | <ref name=YTCaracol group="X"/>
|-
| align=center | 6 || Catalina Araque Villegas || align=center | F || align=center | 6 || Daughter || Daughter of mayor, "friend of Angélica Ortiz (Caracol)" || align=center | <ref name=YTCaracol group="X"/>
|-
| align=center | 7 || Manuel Tiberio Mejía Tobón || align=center | M || align=center | ? || Singer || norteña/llanera music singer, "friend of Angélica Ortiz (Caracol)" || align=center | <ref name=YTCaracol group="X"/><ref name=P9 group="P">[https://bhclip.com/bplay-clip-adios-a-un-amigo-manuel-tiberio-mejia-tobon-el-chacal-BhfOhsj24Pcns/ P9]</ref>
|-
| align=center | 8 || William Alberto Alarcón '''Lozano''' || align=center | M || align=center | ? ||  || Lozano family || align=center |
|-
| align=center | 9 || Cristian '''Camilo Lozano''' Escobar || align=center | M || align=center | ? || || Lozano family || align=center |
|-
| align=center | 10 || '''Camilo Lozano''' || align=center | M || align=center | ? || || "Pilot" according to reconstruction. || align=center |
|-
| align=center | 11 || Sandra Mejia Ibargüen (Lozano) || align=center | F || align=center | ? || || Lozano family? (identified as Lozano in some reps) or Singer family (Mejia)? Identified 1st day. || align=center |
|-
| align=center | 12 || Alejandro Fonseca || align=center | M || align=center | ? ||  || Merchant with cargo and colleague Alex Rodríguez, "friend of Angélica Ortiz (Caracol)". || align=center | <ref name=YTCaracol group="X"/>
|-
| align=center | 13 || Alex Rodríguez || align=center | M || align=center | ? ||  ||  || align=center |
|-
| align=center | 14 || Juan Carlos Méndez Ramos || align=center | M || align=center | ? || Passenger || Pilot, boarded in San José del Guaviare. || align=center |
|-
|}
* Only '''2 women''', 1 girl on board!
=== Jaime Carrillo Montenegro ===
<ref name=YTUNOPilot group="N">[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaPbPCj51o YouTube - UNO News - Noticias Uno - Jaime Carrillo, el experimentado capitán que esquivó cuatro veces la muerte - 2:51]</ref>
# [[:Category:2009 psyops|2009]] - [[:Category:12/01 psyops|12/01]] - DC3 - HK122 - '''Shot by missiles''' when trying to land in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carur%C3%BA_Airport Carurú], Vaupés, ditched cargo to be lighter and escape saving 8 people on board
# [[:Category:2011 psyops|2011]] - August - DC3 - La Macarena-Villavicencio, engine problems, returned to La Macarena and flew on to VVC with the then mayor Wilmar Barrios of VVC on board,
# [[:Category:2015 psyops|2015]] - [[:Category:03/10 psyops|03/10]] - DC3 - With Jorge Celedón on board, couldn't land in Carreño
# [[:Category:2016 psyops|2016]] - [[:Category:04/07 psyops|04/07]] - DC3 - HK2022 - Crash in Puerto Gaitán, video, fire started after crash
;More
* other source; 2017 was last crash, 67 years old<ref name=YTRec group="X">[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vr_D8x1z6lI YouTube - Reconstrucción del accidente - 16:56]</ref>
* other pilot on board Camilo Lozano
* "miraculously" appearing a plane and 2 people with cargo board
* new calculation, fuel needed
* plane scraped the ground and turned 180 degrees...?
=== Mayor ===
* Mayor and her husband approx. 30s
=== Lozano family ===
* boarded in Taraira
=== Miraflores merchants ===
* Fonseca and Rodriguez
* came on board in Miraflores with "cargo"
* Fonseca known by Ortiz
== Narrative analysis ==
=== News ===
<blockquote>"In the first report submitted by Miguel Camacho, the head of the Aviation Authority's investigation was informed that crew members called on other crews to do so were on the frequency of Villavicencio and the control of traffic, I ask the adviser and find indications of a possible emergency landing.
The flight of this aircraft type DC -3 left San Jose del Guaviare this Saturday at 9:30 am and minutes later the technical error was reported and the contact with the tower was lost. the control.
Inzwischen sind mehrere der 14 Unfallopfer bereits identifiziert worden. Der Pilot Jaime Carrillo Montenegro und sein Co-Pilot Jaime Herrera werden bereits von ihren Familien verschleiert, informieren über Caracol
Die Leiche des Sängers Der populäre Manuel Mejía, bekannt als El Chachal u2019, wurde ebenfalls der Familie übergeben.
Inzwischen hoffen die, die dem Bürgermeister von Taraira, Doris Villegas, nahe stehen Die Leiche ihres Ehemanns Heriberto Araque, ehemaliger Bürgermeister dieser Gemeinde, wird zusammen mit ihrer kleinen Tochter Catalina Araque Villegas, die ebenfalls an dem Vorfall starb, verschleiert.
Die Körper werden DNA-Tests unterzogen, ein Vorgang, der bis zu einer Woche dauern kann.
Diese Personen sind: Alex Rodríguez, Alejandro Fonseca, Camilo Lozano, Sandra Mej u00eda, Juan Carlos M? U00e9ndez, Cristian Lozano, William Alarc? Und Alex Moreno"<ref name=Newspas group="N">[https://newsbeezer.com/colombiaeng/the-dollar-remains-uncontrolled-and-approaches-the-3200-pesos-in-colombia/ News messag]</ref></blockquote>


=== Narratives ===
=== Narratives ===
* '''[https://www.eltiempo.com/colombia/otras-ciudades/accidente-aereo-de-dc3-en-el-meta-336352 2019-03-11 - El Tiempo - El DC3 -2494- cayó de un solo impacto en el siniestro del Meta]'''
* '''[https://www.eltiempo.com/colombia/otras-ciudades/accidente-aereo-de-dc3-en-el-meta-336352 2019-03-11 - El Tiempo - El DC3 -2494- cayó de un solo impacto en el siniestro del Meta]'''


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Los de la alcaldesa de Taraira, Doris Lizet Villegas Chara; su hija Catalina Araque Villegas, de 6 años de edad; el piloto Jaime Carrillo Montenegro; el copiloto Jaime Eduardo Herrera Romero; el cantante de música norteña Manuel Tiberio Mejía Tobón, y la pasajera Santa Romelia Ibarguen Lozano.
Los de la alcaldesa de Taraira, Doris Lizet Villegas Chara; su hija Catalina Araque Villegas, de 6 años de edad; el piloto Jaime Carrillo Montenegro; el copiloto Jaime Eduardo Herrera Romero; el cantante de música norteña Manuel Tiberio Mejía Tobón, y la pasajera Santa Romelia Ibarguen Lozano.


Así mismo, se informó que en razón a los complejos instantes que se viven después de un siniestro aéreo no se había reportado la presencia del cuerpo de Julián Parra, el sonidista que acompañaba al cantante de música norteña, que efectivamente se encuentra entre las 14 víctimas del siniestro aéreo."<ref name=ElTiempoDC3 group="M">[https://www.eltiempo.com/colombia/otras-ciudades/accidente-aereo-de-dc3-en-el-meta-336352 El Tiempo - El DC3 -2494- cayó de un solo impacto en el siniestro del Meta]</ref></blockquote>
Así mismo, se informó que en razón a los complejos instantes que se viven después de un siniestro aéreo no se había reportado la presencia del cuerpo de Julián Parra, el sonidista que acompañaba al cantante de música norteña, que efectivamente se encuentra entre las 14 víctimas del siniestro aéreo."<ref name=ElTiempoDC3 group="N">[https://www.eltiempo.com/colombia/otras-ciudades/accidente-aereo-de-dc3-en-el-meta-336352 El Tiempo - El DC3 -2494- cayó de un solo impacto en el siniestro del Meta]</ref></blockquote>
 
* Análisis urbano
 
<blockquote>"Un avión DC-3 de matrícula HK-2494, de la empresa Latinoamericana de Servicios Aéreos (Láser), se precipitó a tierra en la mañana del sábado 9 de marzo entre los municipios de San Martín y San Carlos, en el Meta.
 
La aeronave cubría la ruta entre San José del Guaviare y Villavicencio. A las 10:40, el piloto se declaró en emergencia. Intentó aterrizar en una vía rural, pero no lo logró.
 
Murieron 14 personas que fueron identificadas como Jaime Carrillo, piloto; Jaime Herrera, copiloto; Alex Moreno, técnico; Juan Carlos Méndez Ramos, '''piloto que abordó el vuelo en San José del Guaviare'''; Doris Liceth Villegas, alcaldesa de Taraira (Vaupés); Heriberto Araque y Catalina Araque, esposo e hija de la alcaldesa; Alejandro Fonseca y su ayudante Alex Rodríguez, comerciante que llevaba mercancía en la nave; Juan Manuel Mejía, cantante de música norteña; Camilo Lozano, Sandra Mejía Ibargüen, Cristian Camilo Lozano Escobar y William Alarcón.
 
Después de realizado el reconocimiento de las víctimas, sus cuerpos fueron trasladados a Villavicencio para ser entregados a sus familiares.
 
Personal de investigación de accidentes de la Aeronáutica Civil estuvo en la zona para esclarecer las posibles causas del accidente, de acuerdo con los protocolos de la Organización de Aviación Civil Internacional, OACI. Trascendió que la aeronave contaba con certificaciones vigentes al igual que las licencias y certificados médicos de la tripulación. Al parecer, una falla en uno de los motores provocó la emergencia."<ref name=AnaUrb group="N">[https://analisisurbano.org/38022-2/38022/ 2019-03-10 @22:23 - Análisis urbano - Video. Murieron 14 personas en accidente aéreo en el Meta]</ref></blockquote>


;More
* En un mes [?] se sabría la causa del siniestro del HK-2494 dijo la Aerocivil
* [http://zonacero.com/generales/accidente-aereo-en-el-meta-dejo-12-muertos-123858 Zonacero]
 
<blockquote>"Las autoridades aeronáuticas han prometido dar en un mes los resultados de las investigaciones del accidente del avión DC3 HK-2494de la empresa LASER que cubría la ruta Taraira-San José del Guaviare-Villavicencio y cayó a tierra en San Martín el pasado sábado, matando en el proceso a todos sus 14 ocupantes. El coronel Miguel Camacho, Jefe de Investigación de Accidentes de la Aeronáutica Civil dijo a Stereonoticias que habrá ayuda de expertos de Estados Unidos para resolver esta incógnita
 
En una rueda de prensa realizada en las instalaciones del Aeropuerto Vanguardia, el director de la Aeronáutica Civil Juan Carlos Salazar Gómez y el Jefe de Investigación de Accidentes de la entidad, coronel Miguel Camacho, rindieron un informe preliminar de cómo sucedió el siniestro aéreo del avión HK-2494 que cubría la ruta Taraira-San José del Guaviare-Villavicencio y que dejó como saldo 14 muertos.
 
De acuerdo con el director de la Aerocivil, el piloto había tenido que desviar su rumbo a Miraflores (Guaviare) habida cuenta del mal tiempo reinante entonces; una vez mejoradas las condiciones climáticas, el avión retomó su rumbo y fue a San José del Guaviare a respostar.


=== Technical data ===
El coronel Miguel Camacho fue más técnico en la descripción de los hechos. Afirmó el coronel que, basado en las trascripciones de las transmisiones de radio entre el piloto del avión y las torres de control cercanas, que el avión empezó a sufrir una falla mecánica en uno de los motores por lo que el piloto empezó a preguntar por pistas de aterrizajes cercanas y disponibles.


==== Aircraft ====
'''Aunque se le informó que había ''una pista disponible perteneciente a una empresa de fumigación en la vereda La Bendición del municipio de San Martín y el piloto puso rumbo hacia ella'', al parecer el avión no resistió y terminó precipitado a tierra en medio de una carretera destapada que separaba dos plantaciones de palma de aceite, matando a sus catorce ocupantes.'''
{| class="wikitable sortable"
|+
! Craft !! Year !! Empty weight (kg) !! Max weight (kg) !! Max carry (kg) !! Cruise speed (km/h) !! Range (km) !! Image !! Refs
|-
| '''Douglas DC-3''' || align=center | '''1945''' || align=center | '''7650''' || align=center | 11,431<br>"gross" || align=center | - || align=center | '''333''' (cruise)<br>370 (max) || align=center | 2400 || align=center | [[File:HK-2494 Douglas DC-3 SADELCA (7496097304).jpg|center|120px]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiDC3 group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_DC-3#Specifications_(DC-3A-S1C3G) Wiki - Douglas DC-3 - specs]</ref>
|-
| '''Antonov-26B-100''' || align=center | '''1999+''' || align=center | 15,020 || align=center | 24,000 || align=center | - || align=center | 440 (cruise) || align=center | 1100 (max load)<br>2500 (max fuel) || align=center | [[File:Polar Airlines Antonov An-26-100 Sibille.jpg|center|120px]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiAn26 group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonov_An-26#Variants Wiki - Antonov-26B-100 - specs]</ref>
|-
| '''Chinook''' || align=center | '''1945''' || align=center | 11,148 || align=center | '''22,680''' || align=center | '''10,886''' || align=center | 296 (cruise)<br>315 (max) || align=center | '''741''' || align=center | [[File:CH-47 lifting F-86L at Wendover Utah 2008.jpg|center|120px]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiChinook group="M">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_CH-47_Chinook#Specifications_(CH-47F) Wiki - Chinook - specs]</ref>
|-
|}


;Douglas DC-3
El director de la Aeronáutica Civil confirmó que el avión, al parecer, no tenía ningún desperfecto aparente y no había ninguna irregularidad en los documentos de los pilotos ni los tripulantes como tampoco ninguna anomalía en las reparaciones pese a que este avión salió de fábrica en 1945.
* a range of 1,500 mi (2,400 km), and could operate from short runways


=== Passenger list ===
Asimismo, el coronel Camacho afirmó que se contará con ayuda de expertos en accidentes de aviación de EEUU y aseguró que "a más tardar en un mes" se tendrían los resultados de las pesquisas.<ref name=StereoNot group="N">[https://stereonoticiasvillavicencio.com/index.php/mas-noticias/item/181-en-un-mes-se-sabria-la-causa-del-siniestro-del-hk-2494-dijo-la-aerocivil 2019-03-11 - Stereo Noticias Villavicencio - En un mes se sabría la causa del siniestro del HK-2494 dijo la Aerocivil]</ref></blockquote>
Sources<ref name=TwitVics group="M">[https://twitter.com/AeroCivilCol/status/1104520165574828033/photo/1 Victim list on Twitter]</ref><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="M">[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accidente_del_DC-3_de_Laser_A%C3%A9reo_de_2019 Wiki - Locolombia crash (es)]</ref>


# Jaime Carrillo Montenegro, pilot<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="M"/>
;More
# Jaime Eduardo Herrera Romero, copilot<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="M"/>
* [http://zonacero.com/generales/accidente-aereo-en-el-meta-dejo-12-muertos-123858 Zonacero]
# Álex Moreno, technician<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/>
** first report; 12 victims<ref name=ZonaCero group="N">[http://zonacero.com/generales/accidente-aereo-en-el-meta-dejo-12-muertos-123858 Zonacero - Reportan 12 muertos en el Meta]</ref>
# Doris Lizet Villegas Chara, mayor of Taraira<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="M"/>
# Humberto Araque, husband of mayor<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="M"/>
# Catalina Araque Villegas, daughter of mayor<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="M"/>
# Alex Rodríguez<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/>
# Alejandro Fonseca<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/>
# Manuel Tiberio Mejía Tobón, norteña/llanera music singer<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="M"/>
# William Alberto Alarcón Lozano, "passenger"<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/><ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="M"/>
# Camilo Lozano<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/>
# Cristian Camilo Lozano Escobar<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/>
# Juan Carlos Méndez Ramos<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/>
# Sandra Mejía Ibargüen<ref name=TwitVics group="M"/>
# Santa Romelia Ibargüen Lozano, "passenger"<ref name=WikiLocolombiaES group="M"/>


== Crash in art ==
== Crash in art ==
* '''[https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/387058202933592064/626819571726417940/AmericanAirlinePlaneArtColombiaCrash.jpg Ridiculous American Airlines Plane Art with article about the crash] - thanks to Rachel:'''<ref name=ZTSArt group="M"/>
* '''[https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/387058202933592064/626819571726417940/AmericanAirlinePlaneArtColombiaCrash.jpg Ridiculous American Airlines Plane Art with article about the crash] - thanks to [[User:Rachel|Rachel]]:'''<ref name=ZTSArt group="N">[https://ztsnews.net/12-people-killed-in-plane-crash-in-colombia/ ZTS News - 12 (sic) people killed in plane crash - ridiculous art]</ref>


<blockquote><big>"is this the story? Right date. Check out the artwork... WTAF?
<blockquote><big>"is this the story? Right date. Check out the artwork... '''WTAF?'''


When people think it's ok to fake artwork, and badly at that. What does that say about the merits of the story."</big></blockquote>
When people think it's ok to fake artwork, and badly at that. What does that say about the merits of the story."</big></blockquote>
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=== Deletetheelite ===
=== Deletetheelite ===
* plane flown to palm yard and dropped from sky
* plane flown to palm yard and dropped from sky
=== Gaia ===
* transported by Chinook and dropped not high from the ground
* higher precision
;Politics
* Spanish Wiki says "mayor position vacant", English Wiki says "-2019"
* '''Colombia mayor elections next month'''


=== Rachel ===
=== Rachel ===
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* They never arrive
* They never arrive
* 2 dead bodies - dummies, 1 fixed, straight and 1 retractable
* 2 dead bodies - dummies, 1 fixed, straight and 1 retractable
=== Gaia ===
<big>
;How
* They used this '''74''' year old '''7650 kg''' light DC-3 for a reason:
** So '''it could be transported by Chinook (max 10,300 kg) and dropped not high from the ground (~5 m)
** This is the only way to get the high precision in positioning the aircraft exactly at the right symbolic spot
** Cranes that can lift planes are rare, hard to get there, obvious when driving through the flat, tree-poor landscape and there is '''no physical evidence for them'''
;Where
* Extremely remote (Taraira) to remote (crash site)
* Crash site at ''Finca La Bendición'' is on a '''private road (no fences!)''' (98% certainty)
** Fly Chinook + DC-3 at night, dump it on the road at '''''Finca La Bendición''''' and done
** Dump "bodies" (not even mannequins) on the ground ("Annabelle", "Burning Man") and one actress ("Hanging woman") at safe distance from gasoline lit fires and done
** Tents were used in the morning, against possible rain, fog and wind at dawn
** Not even fake blood needed, just one video and a couple of shots, no CGI, no nothing
;Why
* '''Old plane, nothing to do this Saturday, leading up to the [[:Category:03/11 psyops|March equinox]], why not? [[NDNGH]]'''
* '''Crashing old DC3s "Buses of the Llanos" is the only way to get them replaced by newer planes'''
* We are talking about areas of Colombia which are '''inaccessible''' for the general people;
* Terrain dominated by FARC rebels and [[War For Drugs]] lords, continuum into the military
* '''Coke is Currency'''
* Coltan potential, gold and silver produced already
* October 2019 mayor elections in all Colombia; ideal moment for policy, law and ownership changes and other asocial movements
</big>


== See also ==
== See also ==
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Latest revision as of 15:56, 26 December 2020

Locolombia crash
CH-47 lifting F-86L at Wendover Utah 2008.jpg
Type 1 Plane crash
Type 2 Final destination
Year 2019
Date 03/09
Place San Martín, Meta, Colombia
Perps Laser Express, NTSB, FARC
Information
Fakeologist FAC 615
Mainstream [C 1][X 1]

The Locolombia crash is a crazy crash in a rather remote part of Colombia, on March 9, 2019. According to the narrative, a plane with 11 passengers and 3 crew members left Taraira, Vaupés in the middle of the Amazon rainforest in the early morning, flew to San José del Guaviare via Miraflores at the southern edge of the vast roadless Llanos Orientales, left there at 9:55 am and "20 minutes later", "at 10:15 am reported engine problems. The plane finally crashed at Finca La Bendición ("The Blessing Estate"), rotating 180 degrees upon impact, just 200 m from the "highway" San Martín-Villavicencio. The plane slid across a private road in San Martín municipality, Meta department, at 109 km from the destination, the capital of Meta; Villavicencio.

On board of this plane was the mayor of Taraira, the least densely populated municipality of all Colombia, in the Amazon rainforest. This municipality spreads out over an area of 6619 km2 and hosts just 952 inhabitants. At least 3 of them (0.31 % of Taraira) were on board the plane; mayor Doris Liszet Villegas Chara, her husband Humberto Araque and their daughter Catalina Araque Villegas.

To illustrate how sparsely populated Taraira is:

Comparison Taraira with other cities
Place Area (km2) Population Population
("Taraira")
Refs
Taraira 6619 952 1 [I 1]
Bogotá 1587 7,181,000 228 [G 1]
New York City 1214 8,200,000 175 [G 2]
Toronto 630 2,500,000 91 [G 3]
Geneva 16 200,000 2.3 [G 4]
Stockholm 384 1,000,000 55 [G 5]
London 1707 8,200,000 245 [G 6]
Sydney 25 240,000 3.6 [G 7]
Tokyo 2200 14,000,000 316 [G 8]

Plot Peculiarities

Crash site
  • very strange position and reconstruction; 180 degree turn, sliding across the road which means plane was flying from north to south
  • THERE ARE TOO MANY WOMEN! - on board were 2 women (mayor Doris Villegas, 30s, and Sandra Mejía, unknown) and one 6 year old girl, yet we count at least 4 female bodies or "bodies"...
  • very hard to kill everyone on board when going so slow
  • lots of flat grassland landing opportunities around, why fly over the only (African palm tree) forested
  • where are the witnesses of the plane crash? "Highway" is 200 m from crash site, should be cars, trucks, buses with passengers, weekend travelers around at 10:32 am on Saturday morning!
  • crash site is on private land with private road, private access from multiple sides, an airstrip for a fumigation company; it is a controlled site
  • this could explain only 1 video, but where are all the plane coming down, smoking from the left engine, videos from other witnesses??
  • where is all the debris in the slide trajectory? As soon as the plane hits the ground, pieces break off. It should leave a trail of debris along and around the "sliding path", yet we don't see that
  • the symbology of the crash site is peculiar
Itinerary
  • conflicting narratives; media and report say "bad weather so had to land in Miraflores, Guaviare", yet this is the only logical stop on the way for this bus service DC3
  • son of technician has confirmed those stops were planned[I 2]
  • "flight plan to Villavicencio from SJG said "45 minutes". That is 276 km/h? Fully loaded, while more empty plane went 233?
  • Pilot with 27 years experience does not land on San Martín airstrip, but thinks "he can fly on" with 1 engine?
  • why would he be flying south over exactly the only forested area just before crashing and rotating 180 degrees?
Passengers
  • there were 4 or 5 people on board able to fly a DC3?! Yet none of them managed to save even 1 person on board...
  • the loss of 4 or 5 DC3 pilots is enormous for the area; these DC3s are the buses of the Llanos and Amazon Regions
  • mayor and family dead? Elections coming up in October 2019, 7 months after loss of mayor;
  • "Angéica Ortiz" was a "friend of the victims"; of all the mayor and family, the singer, and the merchant from Miraflores who "miraculously caught the flight"??
  • WHY IS SHE LAUGHING (face, mouth, everything) the whole interview when 5 of her friends just died???[X 1][P 1][P 2]
Narrative
  • very different narratives about the crash; media describe "fell from sky", reconstruction based on preliminary safety report says "slid across road"
  • Final destination: Finca La Bendición; The Blessing
  • Whole area is FARC-occupied, affiliated, rebellious or otherwise inaccesible for common people
  • War For Drugs is heavy, just as war for resources (gold, silver, coltan, more?)

Summary

"On 9 March 2019 a Douglas DC-3 operated by Latinoamericana de Servicios Aereo (Laser Aéreo) crashed near San Carlos de Guaroa, Colombia.

The plane was on a flight from Jorge Enrique González Torres Airport, San José del Guaviare to La Vanguardia Airport, Villavicencio.[after having started in Taraira, Vaupés at the border with Brazil (Amazon)]

All 14 people on board were killed, including the mayor of Taraira, Doris Villegas [and her husband and daughter]. The crew were attempting to land at Villavicencio and had just declared an emergency."


  • Reconstruction video 3 months later[X 2]

Transcription video (es):

  • 1:45 - start itinerary reconstruction
    • 4:30 am - passengers start gathering in Taraira to fly to Villavicencio
    • among them the mayor of Taraira Doris Villegas, her husband and daughter Catalina
    • awaiting them was captain Jaime Carrillo for the flight
    • the plane, a DC3 from WWII, was equipped with 2 Wright R-1820 piston propeller engines
    • aircraft was acquired by Laser Aéreo (Laser Express) in October 2015 [=6 months before Carrillo's last DC3 crash in Puerto Gaitán]
    • the plane, coming from La Pedrera, Amazonas, had landed the night before (March 8) and spent the night on the airstrip [blurred in GEarth!] of Taraira



  • Official crash report at Aviation-Safety.net[C 1]

"Crash report:

  • The DC-3 aircraft with registration HK2494, operated by LASER, was prepared to make a non-scheduled passenger flight between Taraira Airport (SKTR) and the aerodrome Villavicencio (SKVV) in Colombia
  • The aircraft took off at 06:13 hours local time with a crew of three, eight passengers [11] and 500 kgs of cargo
  • Adverse weather conditions were encountered en route and the crew decided divert to Miraflores (SKMF) where it landed at 07:39
  • There 2 more passengers boarded [13] the flight for Villavicencio
  • The aircraft (10) passengers and the crew (3) rescheduled the flight to the Jorge Enrique Gonzales (ICAO: SKSJ) airfield in the city of San Jose del Guaviare, to refuel and continue their flight to (SKVV)
  • At 08:34 the aircraft took off from Miraflores and flew to San José del Guaviare (SKSJ) to refuel, where it landed at 09:14
  • The aircraft was fueled and the crew submitted a flight plan to Villavicencio with a total flight time of 45 minutes an altitude of 8,500 feet.
  • Prior to departure one more passenger [14] boarded the flight
  • The aircraft took off at 09:55
  • At 10:15, when the aircraft was climbing through 8,100 feet and approximately 59NM (109 km) from Villavicencio, the flight reported engine problems and stated their intentions to divert to a nearby airstrip
  • Villavicencio ATC suggested La Rinconada Airstrip in the Municipality of San Martín, Meta, Colombia
  • The aircraft lost altitude and last radio contact was at 10:32 when the crew radioed that they had a runway in sight, with no further information
  • At 10:34 the aircraft hit the ground of a palm plantation with a high angle of descent and low speed
  • Flaps and undercarriage were retracted at the time of the accident
  • The aircraft slid across a gravel road and burst into flames."
  • bla
  • bla bla
Meta, Guaviare

"AGC / “Gulf Clan” activity (January 1 to June 30, 2018) The Gaitanista Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (AGC) are Colombia’s largest illegal armed group with between 3,000 and 7,000 combatants. They are called the “Gulf Clan” by the government. The group is led by dissident former members of demobilized paramilitary umbrella organization AUC who abandoned their former group’s demobilization process between 2003 and 2006."

Guaviare, Amazonas

"FARC dissidents activity (January 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018) Following the demobilization of the FARC in 2017, dissidents formed groups throughout Colombia. The biggest one is the 1st Front or Southeastern Block, which controls southern Colombia. Also in the south west of Colombia dissident groups impose authority instead of the rule of law."

Numerology
  • 27,308 flight hours (911)
  • 3 crew, 11 passengers (33)
  • 74 year old plane (11)
  • 27 years experience of the pilot (11)
Psyop angles
Possible psyop angles

Background

Geography

Amazon Region

I need to give a bit of background on that region. It is huge, very sparsely populated, most places are only accessible by boat (no interconnecting roads, not even dirt) and by air.

Main activities in the "civilized" western parts are petroleum industry and extensive agriculture (in certain areas coca). And... the most valuable resources are in the extreme east, at the border with Amazonian Brazil and Venezuela, as that is part of the very old Guyana shield, a rich mining area.

Taraira

"Fundado por colonos a mediados del siglo XX, fue elevado a la categoría de municipio en 1993.

Su economía gira en torno a la minería (yacimientos de oro), la pesca y la explotación forestal.

A este municipio sólo se puede acceder por vía aérea."[I 1]

Llanos Orientales
  • area the size of Germany without roads; all transport via canoes and waterways and air
  • few trees, mostly (wet) grasslands, capybara terrain
  • petroleum production, extensive agriculture, mainly African palms
  • last point of departure borders Llanos on the south; San José del Guaviare
  • crash site in southern half of region
  • Southern Meta (Llanos) and all of Guaviare is coca terrain[G 9]
Airline
  • Laser Airlines - Venezuela - NOT the company we look for
  • Laser Express - Colombia
    • The company has charter flights, which are ideal hoax occasions, see the list at Fakeopedia for examples. The charter fleet consists of at least 1980s Piper-PA31. but also a convertible cargo plane, refitted since 1999, the Antonov-26B-100, fitting 19 passengers.

Coltan

Apart from gold and silver, in Vaupés also coltan is mined, "legally" and "illegally".[G 10]

"Coltan (short for columbite–tantalites and known industrially as tantalite) is a dull black metallic ore from which are extracted the elements niobium and tantalum. The niobium-dominant mineral in coltan is columbite (after niobium's original American name columbium), and the tantalum-dominant mineral is tantalite. Tantalum from coltan is used to manufacture tantalum capacitors which are used for portable telephones, personal computers, automotive electronics, and cameras. Coltan mining has financed serious conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo, including the Ituri conflict and the Second Congo War."[G 11]

  • Niobium

"It was not until the early 20th century that niobium was first used commercially. Brazil is the leading producer of niobium and ferroniobium, an alloy of 60–70% niobium with iron. Niobium is used mostly in alloys, the largest part in special steel such as that used in gas pipelines. Although these alloys contain a maximum of 0.1%, the small percentage of niobium enhances the strength of the steel. The temperature stability of niobium-containing superalloys is important for its use in jet and rocket engines."[G 12]

Colombia
Videos about the Curse of Congo; Coltan

Data

Itinerary

Legend:

  • given distance
  • estimated/measured distance
Alleged itinerary[C 1]
Locations La Pedrera (PED) Taraira (TAP) Miraflores (MIR) San José del Guaviare (SJG) La Rinconada
San Martín (SMA)
Finca La Bendición
San Martín (YES)
Villavicencio (VVC) Colombia
Municipalities
Colombia - Amazonas - La Pedrera.svg
Colombia - Vaupés - Taraira.svg
Colombia - Guaviare - Miraflores.svg
Colombia - Guaviare - San José del Guaviare.svg
Colombia - Meta - San Martín.svg
Colombia - Meta - Villavicencio.svg
Regiones naturales de Colombia.jpg
Department Amazonas Vaupés Guaviare Meta
Topography
Amazonas Topographic 2.png
Vaupes Topographic 2.png
Guaviare Topographic 2.png
Meta Topographic 2.png
Latitude (dms) 1° 19' 43" S 0° 34' 04" S 1° 20' 22" N 2° 34' 38" N 3° 42' 10" N 3° 44' 58.33" N 4° 10' 12" N
Longitude (dms) 69° 34' 47" W 69° 38' 18" W 71° 57' 07" W 72° 38' 21" W 73° 41' 25" W 73° 43' 0.39" W 73° 36' 48" W
Km -85 0 333 157 171 6 109
Landing Mar 8, eve 7:39 9:14 10:15 10:32 10:34
Take off - 6:13 8:34 9:55
Time (ground) 8h~ 0:55 0:41 0:20 0:19
Time (air) ? 1:26 0:40 0:39
Speed (km/h) ? 232 235 277??
On board ? 11 13 14

La Pedrera

Colombia - Amazonas - La Pedrera.svg
  • FARC-affiliated area[G 19]
  • plane arrived night before here
  • agricultural activities [only] of La Pedrera:
    • yuca
    • bananas
    • corn
    • fruit trees
    • cow and pig cattle farms
    • chicken farming[I 4]

Taraira

Colombia - Vaupés - Taraira.svg
  • 6:13 take-off

"Taraira es un municipio colombiano ubicado en el departamento del Vaupés. Se encuentra sobre la frontera con Brasil, localizado a 170 km al sur de Mitú, la capital departamental. Se encuentra a una altitud de 100 m s. n. m., registrando temperaturas entre los 27 y 30 ºC. Con 952 habitantes, es el municipio menos poblado de Colombia.

Su economía gira en torno a la minería (yacimientos de oro), la pesca y la explotación forestal.

A este municipio sólo se puede acceder por vía aérea."[I 1]

Miraflores

Colombia - Guaviare - Miraflores.svg
  • 7:39 landing
  • 8:34 take-off

"Miraflores is a town and municipality in the Guaviare Department, Colombia. The municipality was created on February 8, 1990. On August 1998 a Colombian National Police Base was overran by the FARC guerrillas and later rebuilt and reoccupied on February 2004. The population of Guaviare in 1993 was approximately 14,381. The legal economy in the region is mostly based on logging and agriculture, and to a minor scale artisan fishing. Due to the presence of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) guerrilla and other groups involved in the illegal drug trade business, the economy in Miraflores was ruled by coca. The coca paste is sometimes used as currency, substituting the local Colombian peso or the US dollar."[I 5]

San José del Guaviare

Colombia - Guaviare - San José del Guaviare.svg
  • 9:14 landing
  • 9:55 take-off

"San José del Guaviare es un municipio colombiano, capital del departamento de Guaviare. Comenzó a formarse en 1960, vinculado a las actividades colonizadoras de la región selvática y como núcleo de apoyo a las mismas. En 1976 recibió el estatus de municipio y su crecimiento demográfico, desde entonces, se ha proyectado rápidamente. El departamento fue marcado por la violencia y los cultivos ilícitos [coca] en Colombia, pero los esfuerzos del gobierno Colombiano han permitido que sus habitantes se concentren cada vez más en actividades agrícolas y pecuarias."[I 6]

San Martín, Meta

Colombia - Meta - San Martín.svg
  • 10:15 - ATC suggests La Rinconada, San Martín, "discarded" [?]
  • 10:32 - crash in north San Martín, near San Carlos de Guaroa

"San Martín de los Llanos es un municipio del Meta (Colombia) fundado en 1585. Se encuentra a 70 km de Villavicencio.

El municipio de San Martín es el más antigua del departamento del Meta, siendo elevada por decreto nacional Nº 237 de 1958 a municipio.

San Martín de los Llanos tiene el reconociemiento de capital ganadera del departamento del Meta por la gran cantidad de cabezas de ganado que se comercializan y se envían al consumo nacional e internacional.

El sector ganadero utiliza un 63% de la superficie total del municicpio, el sector agrícola ocupa el 1.74 % 375.170 ha cultivadas en pastos donde prevalece una ganadería extensiva con 166.130 cabezas de ganado equivalentes a 0.44 cabezas/ha

1.74% de la superficie está dedicada a la agricultura donde la palma africana es el cultivo más importante del Municipio con 6.513 ha"[I 7]

Villavicencio

Colombia - Meta - Villavicencio.svg

" "[I 8]

Photos

Videos

Technical data

Aircraft

Craft Year Empty weight (kg) Max weight (kg) Max carry (kg) Cruise speed (km/h) Range (km) Image Refs
Douglas DC-3 1945 7650 11,431
"gross"
- 333 (cruise)
370 (max)
2400
HK-2494 Douglas DC-3 SADELCA (7496097304).jpg
[C 3]
Antonov-26B-100 1999+ 15,020 24,000 - 440 (cruise) 1100 (max load)
2500 (max fuel)
Polar Airlines Antonov An-26-100 Sibille.jpg
[C 4]
Chinook 1945 11,148 22,680 10,886 296 (cruise)
315 (max)
741
CH-47 lifting F-86L at Wendover Utah 2008.jpg
[C 5]
Douglas DC-3
  • a range of 1,500 mi (2,400 km), and could operate from short runways

Passenger list

Sources[P 3][X 3]

I - identified within 24 hours; 6 bodies[P 4]

  1. I Jaime Carrillo Montenegro, pilot[P 3][X 3]
  2. I Jaime Eduardo Herrera Romero, copilot[P 3][X 3]
  3. Álex Moreno, technician[P 3]
  4. I Doris Lizet Villegas Chara, mayor of Taraira[P 3][X 3]
  5. Humberto Araque, husband of mayor[P 3][X 3]
  6. ICatalina Araque Villegas (6), daughter of mayor[P 3][X 3]
  7. I Sandra Mejía Ibargüen = Santa Romelia Ibargüen Lozano, "passenger"[X 3][P 3]
  8. I Manuel Tiberio Mejía Tobón, norteña/llanera music singer[P 3][X 3]
  9. William Alberto Alarcón Lozano, "passenger"[P 3][X 3]
  10. Camilo Lozano, "pilot" according to 1 source[P 3]
  11. Cristian Camilo Lozano Escobar[P 3]
  12. Alejandro Fonseca, "merchant", boarded in Miraflores with Alex and cargo[P 3]
  13. Alex Rodríguez, boarded in Miraflores[P 3]
  14. Juan Carlos Méndez Ramos, "pilot", boarded in San José del Guaviare[P 3]
  • Pilot Jaime Carrillo Montenegro gave up a false address for his car taxes, that of a main shopping center in the capital[P 5]
  • 6 people identified in the first 24 hours:

"El Instituto destacó que en las primeras 24 horas de labores han sido identificadas plenamente a Doris Liszet Villegas Chara, Jaime Eduardo Herrera Romero, Santa Romelia Ibarguen Lozano, Manuel Tiberio Mejia Tobon, Jaime Carrillo Montenegro y Catalina Araque Villegas (6 años de edad)."[P 4]

Un avión tipo Douglas C-47/DC-3 de la compañía Aerolíneas Llaneras ARALL cayó a tierra en la mañana de hoy en cercanías a Puerto Gaitán, departamento del Meta, Colombia. En el avión viajaban 3 ocupantes que sobrevivieron al incidente.

El avión, registrado como HK-2663, sufrió el suceso a las 6:25 de la mañana luego de haber despegado del aeródromo del municipio de Puerto Gaitán con rumbo a la ciudad de Villavicencio. En la aeronave viajaban el piloto al mando Jaime Carrillo, la copiloto Liliana Nieto y el técnico Iván Muñoz.

Según reporta la Aeronáutica Civil de Colombia, dos de los tres ocupantes fueron trasladados a centros asistenciales inicialmente. El último informe da cuenta de que los tres ocupantes del avión están ilesos.

El avión terminó junto a un tramo de carretera y sufrió un incendio que consumió más de la mitad frontal de la nave. Equipos de bomberos del municipio de Puerto Gaitán y autoridades de la zona atendieron la emergencia.

La Aerocivil informó que se desplaza al sitio un grupo de trabajo para dar comienzo a la investigación.

Crash site analysis

Route analysis

Itinerary of HK2494
Time Km Map Passengers Event Av. speed/
Gr. time
Comments
10:40 207 VVC 8 ETA Villavicencio 276
10:34 76.7 YES 8 *Crash* 269 Crash site in peculiar position just in 1.74% area African palm trees, with many better & flatter options around
10:32 ?? 8 Last report to ATC Plane lost altitude and last radio contact was at 10:32 when the crew radioed that they had a runway in sight, with no further information
10:15 98 DIV 8 "Engine failure" 294 Plane was climbing thr. 8,100 ft & approx. 59NM (109 km) from Villavicencio, flight reported engine problems & stated their intentions to divert to a nearby airstrip. Villavicencio ATC suggested La Rinconada Airstrip in San Martín, Meta
9:55 0 SJG 8 Plane takes off from SJG Spent 41 min on ground, "45 min flight time?? that is 276 average speed?", "20 min later they were 98 km into flight = 109 from VVC, which is 207 from SJG"
9:14 157 SJG 8 Plane lands in SKSJ/SGJ 0:41 Plane was fueled & crew submitted flight plan to Villavicencio with total flight time of 45 minutes at alt. 8,500 ft, 1 more passenger boarded
8:34 0 MIR 7 Plane takes off from Miraflores (SMKF), Guaviare 235 "Rescheduled" [?? it is the only airport en route] the flight to the Jorge Enrique Gonzales (ICAO: SKSJ) airfield in the city of San José del Guaviare, to refuel [the plane just spend 0:55 on the ground?] and continue their flight to (SKVV)
7:39 333 MIR 7 Plane lands in Miraflores (SMKF), Guaviare 0:55 2 passengers and unknown cargo board
6:13 0 TAP 5 Plane takes off from Taraira airport (SKTR) 232 Pilot, copilot, technician, mayor, husband, daughter and 2 more passengers and 500 kilo of cargo on board

Passenger analysis

  • [ Gaia - Passenger Analysis 1] - [ Fakeopedia 2.0]</ref>
  • [ Gaia - Passenger Analysis 2] - [ Fakeopedia 2.0]</ref>
Passenger list
# Name Sex Age Board Comments Refs
1 Jaime Carrillo Montenegro M 65 Pilot Pilot with 27 years experience in the region, identified 1st day [X 1]
2 Jaime Eduardo Herrera Romero M ? Copilot Copilot, can fly DC3, identified 1st day [X 1]
3 Alex Moreno M 45? Technician Father of YT user, can fly DC3 [P 6]
4 Doris Lizet Villegas Chara F ? Mayor of Taraira Took her whole family, "friend of Angélica Ortiz (Caracol)" [X 1]
5 Humberto Araque M ? Husband Husband of mayor, "friend of Angélica Ortiz (Caracol)" [X 1]
6 Catalina Araque Villegas F 6 Daughter Daughter of mayor, "friend of Angélica Ortiz (Caracol)" [X 1]
7 Manuel Tiberio Mejía Tobón M ? Singer norteña/llanera music singer, "friend of Angélica Ortiz (Caracol)" [X 1][P 7]
8 William Alberto Alarcón Lozano M ? Lozano family
9 Cristian Camilo Lozano Escobar M ? Lozano family
10 Camilo Lozano M ? "Pilot" according to reconstruction.
11 Sandra Mejia Ibargüen (Lozano) F ? Lozano family? (identified as Lozano in some reps) or Singer family (Mejia)? Identified 1st day.
12 Alejandro Fonseca M ? Merchant with cargo and colleague Alex Rodríguez, "friend of Angélica Ortiz (Caracol)". [X 1]
13 Alex Rodríguez M ?
14 Juan Carlos Méndez Ramos M ? Passenger Pilot, boarded in San José del Guaviare.
  • Only 2 women, 1 girl on board!

Jaime Carrillo Montenegro

[N 3]

  1. 2009 - 12/01 - DC3 - HK122 - Shot by missiles when trying to land in Carurú, Vaupés, ditched cargo to be lighter and escape saving 8 people on board
  2. 2011 - August - DC3 - La Macarena-Villavicencio, engine problems, returned to La Macarena and flew on to VVC with the then mayor Wilmar Barrios of VVC on board,
  3. 2015 - 03/10 - DC3 - With Jorge Celedón on board, couldn't land in Carreño
  4. 2016 - 04/07 - DC3 - HK2022 - Crash in Puerto Gaitán, video, fire started after crash
More
  • other source; 2017 was last crash, 67 years old[X 2]
  • other pilot on board Camilo Lozano
  • "miraculously" appearing a plane and 2 people with cargo board
  • new calculation, fuel needed
  • plane scraped the ground and turned 180 degrees...?

Mayor

  • Mayor and her husband approx. 30s

Lozano family

  • boarded in Taraira

Miraflores merchants

  • Fonseca and Rodriguez
  • came on board in Miraflores with "cargo"
  • Fonseca known by Ortiz

Narrative analysis

News

"In the first report submitted by Miguel Camacho, the head of the Aviation Authority's investigation was informed that crew members called on other crews to do so were on the frequency of Villavicencio and the control of traffic, I ask the adviser and find indications of a possible emergency landing.

The flight of this aircraft type DC -3 left San Jose del Guaviare this Saturday at 9:30 am and minutes later the technical error was reported and the contact with the tower was lost. the control.

Inzwischen sind mehrere der 14 Unfallopfer bereits identifiziert worden. Der Pilot Jaime Carrillo Montenegro und sein Co-Pilot Jaime Herrera werden bereits von ihren Familien verschleiert, informieren über Caracol

Die Leiche des Sängers Der populäre Manuel Mejía, bekannt als El Chachal u2019, wurde ebenfalls der Familie übergeben.

Inzwischen hoffen die, die dem Bürgermeister von Taraira, Doris Villegas, nahe stehen Die Leiche ihres Ehemanns Heriberto Araque, ehemaliger Bürgermeister dieser Gemeinde, wird zusammen mit ihrer kleinen Tochter Catalina Araque Villegas, die ebenfalls an dem Vorfall starb, verschleiert.

Die Körper werden DNA-Tests unterzogen, ein Vorgang, der bis zu einer Woche dauern kann.

Diese Personen sind: Alex Rodríguez, Alejandro Fonseca, Camilo Lozano, Sandra Mej u00eda, Juan Carlos M? U00e9ndez, Cristian Lozano, William Alarc? Und Alex Moreno"[N 4]

Narratives

"La tripulación del avión DC3, de matrícula 2494, no pudo aislar el motor izquierdo que falló, para poder continuar el vuelo con el motor derecho hasta Villavicencio, tampoco bajó el tren de descenso para aterrizar de emergencia.

Volaba a baja altura, cayó de un solo impacto, se quebró en varias partes y de inmediato se desató un incendio, en medio de cultivo de palma de la finca la Bendición, en San Martín (Meta).

Estas son las primeras conclusiones que tienen los investigadores de la Aeronáutica Civil del siniestro, del pasado sábado en la mañana, de la aeronave de la empresa Latinoamericana de Servicios Aéreos (Láser), que cobró la vida de sus catorce ocupantes.

El coronel Miguel Camacho, jefe de Investigaciones de la Aeronáutica Civil, relató que el avión despegó de San José del Guaviare a las 9:34 de la mañana y 46 minutos después, a las 10:15, a 109 kilómetros de Villavicencio, reportó: “tengo problemas con un motor”.

Desde el DC3 2494 solicitaron a otras tripulaciones y a las torres de control asesoría y orientación para ubicar unas pistas ante la posibilidad de adelantar un aterrizaje de emergencia.

El control de tránsito de inmediato le dio múltiples indicaciones sobre pistas para aterrizar en términos de tiempo y distancia que, poco a poco, fueron descartadas.

La tripulación no se volvió a referir a la falla del motor, pero venía en un descenso continuo porque no estaba siendo controlado. Todo indica que la tripulación intentó dirigirse hacia la pista La Rinconera, pero finalmente no alcanzó a llegar.

La señal del radar se perdió con el control del tránsito, seguramente por la baja altitud a la volaba la aeronave y las comunicaciones se mantuvieron unos minutos más, hasta las 10:30 de la mañana.

El control aéreo orientó el avión y la tripulación hizo la última comunicación señalando que tenía una pista a la vista con unas palmeras. Segundos después se perdió toda comunicación y como ya era cierto que el avión aterrizaría de emergencia se dio aviso a la brigada de búsqueda y rescate.

A las 10:36 se activó la baliza –señal- de activación de emergencia que se puede prender con un impacto fuerte o manualmente. A lugar llegaron los trabajadores del cultivo de palma y luego habitantes de la vereda a prestar ayuda, pero encontraron que no había sobrevivientes en el avión.

Una vez rescatados los cuerpos de las víctimas, el grupo de investigación de accidentes de la Aeronáutica trabajó en el sitio del accidente, recogiendo evidencias, labor que concluyó el domingo en la tarde.

El coronel Camacho informó que los investigadores están “recogiendo otras evidencias como información documental, trazas del radar, grabaciones de la torre de control, y harán un análisis especializado de los componentes del avión, particularmente un equipo GPS que se logró recuperar, los motores, las hélices y los controles de los motores, porque hacía allá esta orientad la investigación principal”.

Además, se pidió apoyo a la autoridades de investigación aeronáutica de los Estados Unidos y a la empresa fabricante del avión para solicitar exámenes especializados a los motores y a las palas de las hélices.

Con estas evidencias se busca establecer porque la tripulación no pudo hacer una maniobra embanderar la hélice para aislar el motor izquierdo que falló, para poder continuar navegando con el motor derecho, vuelo que incluso hubiera podido llegar hasta Villavicencio, sostiene el jefe de Investigaciones de la Aeronáutica.

Y aun cuando campesinos que presenciaron el siniestro dicen que el avión hizo unos virajes antes de caer y que también pudo haber fallado el motor derecho, en las primeras investigaciones no hay evidencias de que haya fallado el otro motor.

También se busca establecer porque tampoco se bajó el tren de descenso para aterrizar de emergencia y en el terreno no hay trazas de impactos previos, como generalmente ocurre en estos casos. Las directivas de la Aeronáutica Civil anunciaron que en un mes se espera tener un informe preliminar para compartido con la opinión pública.

Entregaron seis cuerpos El Instituto de Medicina Legal informó, así mimo, que el equipo interdisciplinario conformado por médicos, antropólogos, dactiloscopistas y técnicos en rayos X, adelanta las necropsias médico legales y ha entregado seis cuerpos plenamente identificados.

Los de la alcaldesa de Taraira, Doris Lizet Villegas Chara; su hija Catalina Araque Villegas, de 6 años de edad; el piloto Jaime Carrillo Montenegro; el copiloto Jaime Eduardo Herrera Romero; el cantante de música norteña Manuel Tiberio Mejía Tobón, y la pasajera Santa Romelia Ibarguen Lozano.

Así mismo, se informó que en razón a los complejos instantes que se viven después de un siniestro aéreo no se había reportado la presencia del cuerpo de Julián Parra, el sonidista que acompañaba al cantante de música norteña, que efectivamente se encuentra entre las 14 víctimas del siniestro aéreo."[N 5]

  • Análisis urbano

"Un avión DC-3 de matrícula HK-2494, de la empresa Latinoamericana de Servicios Aéreos (Láser), se precipitó a tierra en la mañana del sábado 9 de marzo entre los municipios de San Martín y San Carlos, en el Meta.

La aeronave cubría la ruta entre San José del Guaviare y Villavicencio. A las 10:40, el piloto se declaró en emergencia. Intentó aterrizar en una vía rural, pero no lo logró.

Murieron 14 personas que fueron identificadas como Jaime Carrillo, piloto; Jaime Herrera, copiloto; Alex Moreno, técnico; Juan Carlos Méndez Ramos, piloto que abordó el vuelo en San José del Guaviare; Doris Liceth Villegas, alcaldesa de Taraira (Vaupés); Heriberto Araque y Catalina Araque, esposo e hija de la alcaldesa; Alejandro Fonseca y su ayudante Alex Rodríguez, comerciante que llevaba mercancía en la nave; Juan Manuel Mejía, cantante de música norteña; Camilo Lozano, Sandra Mejía Ibargüen, Cristian Camilo Lozano Escobar y William Alarcón.

Después de realizado el reconocimiento de las víctimas, sus cuerpos fueron trasladados a Villavicencio para ser entregados a sus familiares.

Personal de investigación de accidentes de la Aeronáutica Civil estuvo en la zona para esclarecer las posibles causas del accidente, de acuerdo con los protocolos de la Organización de Aviación Civil Internacional, OACI. Trascendió que la aeronave contaba con certificaciones vigentes al igual que las licencias y certificados médicos de la tripulación. Al parecer, una falla en uno de los motores provocó la emergencia."[N 6]

  • En un mes [?] se sabría la causa del siniestro del HK-2494 dijo la Aerocivil

"Las autoridades aeronáuticas han prometido dar en un mes los resultados de las investigaciones del accidente del avión DC3 HK-2494de la empresa LASER que cubría la ruta Taraira-San José del Guaviare-Villavicencio y cayó a tierra en San Martín el pasado sábado, matando en el proceso a todos sus 14 ocupantes. El coronel Miguel Camacho, Jefe de Investigación de Accidentes de la Aeronáutica Civil dijo a Stereonoticias que habrá ayuda de expertos de Estados Unidos para resolver esta incógnita

En una rueda de prensa realizada en las instalaciones del Aeropuerto Vanguardia, el director de la Aeronáutica Civil Juan Carlos Salazar Gómez y el Jefe de Investigación de Accidentes de la entidad, coronel Miguel Camacho, rindieron un informe preliminar de cómo sucedió el siniestro aéreo del avión HK-2494 que cubría la ruta Taraira-San José del Guaviare-Villavicencio y que dejó como saldo 14 muertos.

De acuerdo con el director de la Aerocivil, el piloto había tenido que desviar su rumbo a Miraflores (Guaviare) habida cuenta del mal tiempo reinante entonces; una vez mejoradas las condiciones climáticas, el avión retomó su rumbo y fue a San José del Guaviare a respostar.

El coronel Miguel Camacho fue más técnico en la descripción de los hechos. Afirmó el coronel que, basado en las trascripciones de las transmisiones de radio entre el piloto del avión y las torres de control cercanas, que el avión empezó a sufrir una falla mecánica en uno de los motores por lo que el piloto empezó a preguntar por pistas de aterrizajes cercanas y disponibles.

Aunque se le informó que había una pista disponible perteneciente a una empresa de fumigación en la vereda La Bendición del municipio de San Martín y el piloto puso rumbo hacia ella, al parecer el avión no resistió y terminó precipitado a tierra en medio de una carretera destapada que separaba dos plantaciones de palma de aceite, matando a sus catorce ocupantes.

El director de la Aeronáutica Civil confirmó que el avión, al parecer, no tenía ningún desperfecto aparente y no había ninguna irregularidad en los documentos de los pilotos ni los tripulantes como tampoco ninguna anomalía en las reparaciones pese a que este avión salió de fábrica en 1945.

Asimismo, el coronel Camacho afirmó que se contará con ayuda de expertos en accidentes de aviación de EEUU y aseguró que "a más tardar en un mes" se tendrían los resultados de las pesquisas.[N 7]

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Crash in art

"is this the story? Right date. Check out the artwork... WTAF? When people think it's ok to fake artwork, and badly at that. What does that say about the merits of the story."

Hypotheses

Deletetheelite

  • plane flown to palm yard and dropped from sky

Rachel

Rachel's video analysis
  • Top left hand corner of grab at 0:04 in the video 2 what looks like alive people are coming in from the opposite direction, walking, not running, on the road.
  • They never arrive
  • 2 dead bodies - dummies, 1 fixed, straight and 1 retractable

Gaia

How
  • They used this 74 year old 7650 kg light DC-3 for a reason:
    • So it could be transported by Chinook (max 10,300 kg) and dropped not high from the ground (~5 m)
    • This is the only way to get the high precision in positioning the aircraft exactly at the right symbolic spot
    • Cranes that can lift planes are rare, hard to get there, obvious when driving through the flat, tree-poor landscape and there is no physical evidence for them
Where
  • Extremely remote (Taraira) to remote (crash site)
  • Crash site at Finca La Bendición is on a private road (no fences!) (98% certainty)
    • Fly Chinook + DC-3 at night, dump it on the road at Finca La Bendición and done
    • Dump "bodies" (not even mannequins) on the ground ("Annabelle", "Burning Man") and one actress ("Hanging woman") at safe distance from gasoline lit fires and done
    • Tents were used in the morning, against possible rain, fog and wind at dawn
    • Not even fake blood needed, just one video and a couple of shots, no CGI, no nothing
Why
  • Old plane, nothing to do this Saturday, leading up to the March equinox, why not? NDNGH
  • Crashing old DC3s "Buses of the Llanos" is the only way to get them replaced by newer planes
  • We are talking about areas of Colombia which are inaccessible for the general people;
  • Terrain dominated by FARC rebels and War For Drugs lords, continuum into the military
  • Coke is Currency
  • Coltan potential, gold and silver produced already
  • October 2019 mayor elections in all Colombia; ideal moment for policy, law and ownership changes and other asocial movements

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