Intelligence Report on George Saitoti Helicopter Crash

The possibility of any credible findings on what caused the helicopter crash that killed George Saitoti and Orwa Ojodeh maybe vague for a number of reasons. Intelligence gathered points out hordes factors as shadows that keep the facts dark and obscure from any investigator.

Bureaucracy has manifested as a hindrance to any formal approach in establishing facts about the cause of the crash. Some government quarters have quashed speculative analysis of the cause and allocated official statement-making decisions to the ministry of transport head. A lot of legal and bureaucratic modalities are being followed in the investigations signaling laxity and unwillingness to expedite the intended objective in a timely manner.

Zero safety of debris and delayed evacuation of the debris to dry and safe location spells disaster. In most investigations, the scene of a crime or accident provides vital leads which assist in establishing the below possibilities. direction of the object that caused an accident, wind speed during the accident (which can help determined whether turbulence caused the crash), direction from where possible explosion occurred, and center of impact of the explosion, in case of an assassination as a causative agent. Others specific factors such as where the explosion of the helicopter took place is determined by the crash site (was the aircraft burning during flight, did it crash, did the pilot attempt to land it, did the helicopter crash on its way to the intended direction or on its way back to its origin in distress?).

This evidence can help determine if the pilot could have prevented the crash hence conclude the cause of the crash was a pilot error. The evidence can also provide vital leads to establishing if the helicopter electronic control system had been tampered with, and if there was tampering, the specific area tampered with such as fuel injection ducts and engine monitoring systems (to confuse pilot in navigation and control during flight).

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Loss of evidence at the scene of crash due to corrosion, human activity, rain, and factors such as debris loss to human activity (stealing the metal and selling it as scrap, displacement of electronic debris, and possibly tampering by interested parties.). These factors will shield any progress in the investigation leaving the investigators without vital leads and crucial evidence to the case.

In case investigators speculate sabotage and assassination, it will be practically impossible to fill in the puzzle with the above scenarios having already manifested. Another problem would be failed timely disclosure of security arrangements and situation before and after the helicopter crash at the hangar, it was stored. Currently collaborated alibi

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