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Obama akoswa koswa?

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Saint Ivuga, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. Saint Ivuga

    Saint Ivuga JF-Expert Member

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    Pilot detained after straying into Obama's airspace

    F-16 fighters intercept private plane carrying marijuana after it got too close to the helicopter taking the president from Orange County to LAX.



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    By Dan Weikel and Ari Bloomekatz, Los Angeles Times February 17, 2012

    A small private plane carrying a load of marijuana strayed into President Obama's no-fly zone over Los Angeles on Thursday and was forced to land at Long Beach Airport after being intercepted by U.S. Air Force jet fighters, authorities said.

    The four-seat Cessna entered the restricted airspace about 11 a.m. as the president was flying from Orange County to Los Angeles aboard Marine One, a military helicopter provided for his use. Federal officials said the aircraft was never close enough to endanger Obama.

    Air traffic controllers tried repeatedly to contact the single-engine Cessna, authorities said, but the pilot did not respond. The plane was quickly intercepted by two F-16 fighters from March Air Reserve Base in Riverside County, they said.

    After the Cessna touched down, federal agents and Long Beach police detained the pilot for questioning and found what law enforcement officials described as a large amount of marijuana on board the aircraft.

    The pilot was taken into custody by Long Beach police, but his identity and other details were not released because of the continuing drug investigation.

    Aircraft are typically prohibited from flying within 10 miles of any plane or helicopter carrying the president.

    Brian Leary, a spokesman for the United States Secret Service, which provides protection for the president, said the plane violated temporary restrictions that had been imposed by the Federal Aviation Administration for Obama's visit.

    Pilots who violate airspace restricted for security reasons can face revocation of their flying certificates, FAA officials said. If illegal drugs are found onboard, the aircraft can be confiscated by law enforcement agencies.

    After his morning fundraisers, Obama departed from Los Angeles International Airport about 2:45 p.m. and flew to San Francisco, White House officials said. They declined to comment on the airspace violation.

    It was not clear who was piloting the Cessna, which according to federal records was manufactured in 1961. The plane's FAA registration lists the owner as David W. Major, 52, of Grover Beach, a town south of Pismo Beach in San Luis Obispo County.

    Major holds a student pilot certificate issued in 2008, according to the FAA. He could not be reached for comment Thursday.
     
  2. afrodenzi

    afrodenzi Platinum Member

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    Some pilots are crazy ..
    How can you enter control airspace or
    Control Zone without permission from air traffic control?..
    On top of that he had drugs on board .

    Oohhh boy
    He is in deep shit ..
     
  3. Lukolo

    Lukolo JF-Expert Member

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    Duh, ingekuwa bongo tungeshaandika maumivu hapa.
     
  4. Shine

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    Ingetokea bongo mbona fresh tu ili jeshi watuonyeshe yale mauwezo waliyotuonyesha pale uwanja wa taifa date 09.12.2011
     
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    Kama nimzungu itakuwa ni ile ajenda ya kutokubali kutawaliwa na Mwafrika!
    Wampeleke Guantanamo kama bado hawajalifunga kabisa akae angalau mwezi
     
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    Wakuu tunapokuwa tunatoa habari tuwe makini, ile ndege ni ya wanamagendo wa dawa za kulevya. Haiona uhusiano wowote na kinachosemwa.
     
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    Kuna mdau alishatabiri kuanguka kwa ndege,nadhani ndio hio ilitaka kutokea!!
     
  8. Edward Teller

    Edward Teller JF-Expert Member

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    alikuwa anawahisha mzigo wake akalipwa $ zake, dili imeharika kabisa
     
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    nguvumali JF Bronze Member

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    daaaah damn , kitu kilibeba MMEA
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    Hilo ni tusi kwa Wazungu wote waliompigia kura Obama!
     
  11. Saint Ivuga

    Saint Ivuga JF-Expert Member

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    jamaa alibeba mibhanbi bana
     
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    sanjo JF-Expert Member

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    This is the highest level of efficiency and effectiveness shown by the US Secret Service who are entrusted to protect the president.
     
  13. Kigogo

    Kigogo JF-Expert Member

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    halafu kabeba ma bange...
     
  14. HP1

    HP1 JF-Expert Member

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    Huyo pilot alikuwa na ajenda za siri, alipewa warning toka control lakini alikaidi
     
  15. afrodenzi

    afrodenzi Platinum Member

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    FAA will probably take his licence ..
     
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    jane_000 JF-Expert Member

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    ubaguzi at work
     
  17. Jay One

    Jay One JF-Expert Member

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    Something to learn here is: how sensitive & punctual U.S millitary airforce is, look they are at alert every time, look those F-16s, si mchezo, na si mara moja they used to intercept Pilots who show negligence in US, hawana utani, big up US Airforce....
     
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    Ndinani JF-Expert Member

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    Airwing ya bongo nayo efficient hivyo hivyo!!
     
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    Uda JF-Expert Member

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    mbona kama vile tukio limepikwa!!jina la pilot kapuni lakini ndege inajulikana.porojo za kisiasa hizi
     
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    Marytina JF-Expert Member

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    jeshi letu lina uwezo mkubwa kuvunja matofali wa kichwa sio mchezo
     
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