Dave Lewis Ashland Oregon

Hyatt Lake Oregon Murder of Dave Lewis

JUSTICE FACTS and TRUTH

Joe Rice. Garry Mahoney. John Forsyth.

Posted on November 10, 2012 at 5:25 AM

 

 

 

Joe Rice illegally standing on the Pipeline.

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Joe Rice- fired from Carson Helicopters. Now works for Burl Brim Ashland airport

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Garry Mahoney - Singapore.

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John Forsyth - Singapore & Ashland, Oregon.

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Joe Rice, et. al  & Recoil Supression  Systems, llc.

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Current pilot to Burl Brim Aviation and Air Rescue Systems

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$50 Million earmark. Almost had a heli-heart attack.




Oregon Senators:

Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley garner Millions for Whom ?

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Project Carriage (UH-60, R60 Wildland FireSuppression Tank) - $50,648,000.00

Recoil Suppression Systems, LLC, Merlin, OR

Recoil R60 (900 gallon wildland fire suppression fixed belly tank) for theUH-60A, L & M Blackhawk helicopter. National Guard Bureau requires 150tanks to standardize Army National Guard Aviation equipment response towildland fires and Katrina like events for protection of life, property,resource preservation and Homeland security purposes.

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Thanks to Dave Porter for the excellent information:

http://daveporter.typepad.com/global_strategies/2009/04/3715-million-in-defense-earmark-proposals-submitted-to-wyden-merkley.html

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Dave the blogger said:

" $371.5 million in Defense Earmark Proposals Submitted to Wyden, Merkley Senators Wyden and Merkley are posting online requests tothem for federal earmarks. Their list of requests for the FY 2010 Defenseappropriation bill is now up. Wyden’s Defense list is here with his pressrelease here. By my count, there are 40 proposals for $371.5 million, plus onemore with no amount given. Not all of them, of course, will be recommended byeither Wyden or Merkley.

 

What strikes me the most is how inappropriate almost all ofthe requests are for being earmarked by Senators. While it would be nice fo rOregon’s economy if Oregon contractors were funded for the proposals submitted,the purpose of the funding is our national defense, not economic development in Oregon. Funding for projects should fit within a national strategic plan forour defense, something nationally coherent, not some state-by-state concoctionof pet projects. So, why fund them through the earmark process at all? "

 

 


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Really...really...really... vett ...Rice fired from Carson. Vett.

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Now training Chinese Military Police with Burl Brim.

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Recoil Supression Systems: business barely started, two weeks before Dave was killed.

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http://egov.sos.state.or.us/br/pkg_web_name_srch_inq.show_detl?p_be_rsn=1343123&p_srce=BR_INQ&p_print=FALSE

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Oregon Business License:

Joe Rice : Grants Pass, Merlin, Central Point and beyond

Garry Mahoney : Singapore

John Forsyth :  Singapore & Ashland


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http://www.washingtonwatch.com/bills/show/ED_39230.html

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Recoil UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopter Wild Land Fire-Fighting Tank System

$4,160,000

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Sen. Jeff Merkley (OR) requests $4,160,000 for:

Recoil Suppression Systems, LLC / Joey Rice, et. al.

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Recoil UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopter Wild Land Fire-Fighting Tank System

Request: $4,160,000

Suggested Recipient: Recoil Suppression Systems, LLC

Suggested Location of Performance (major portion of the work): Merlin, OR

Purpose/Project Description: The Recoil R60 System is a 900 gallon wildland fire suppression fixed belly tank for the UH-60A, L & M Blackhawk helicopter. This project provides the Army National Guard Aviation the proper equipment and the ability to respond quickly, safely and efficiently to the wildfire threat that is of national importance. This wildfire threat continues to grow as urban sprawl pushes into areas that have traditionally been wild lands and requires the National Guard to have the capability to respond to this wildfire threat where needed. The fixed tank Recoil ensures a safer and more direct flight path for the Blackhawk and other helicopters equipped with these tanks for fire-suppression activities. Because the tank is fixed, and there is no bucket that might break loose, the risk to residential neighborhoods and populated areas is significantly reduced, creating a more direct flight path and quicker response times during fire emergencies.

Funding would be used for engineering, evaluation and procurement of the Recoil UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopter R60 Wildland Fire-Fighting Tank System (900 gallon) for the Army National Guard (ARNG). This is in an aim to make R60 tanks become organic equipment of the ARNG be distributed nationwide to State Army National Guard to support and respond to wildland fires

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And the blogg-ugly commentary:

http/www.washingtonwatch.com/bills/show/ED_39230.html


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Rocket said: Excellent idea and system. With all the destructive wildfires we see in the west and the loss of property, it is good to see our tax dollars fight something else besides a war. This impacts us right here at home.

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fred jones: December 9, 2009 : great idea is this the Helitak tank designed and manufactured in Austalia?

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Walt: March 7, 2010 : You have two perfectly capable companies already building fixed firetanks for helicopters in Oregon..ISOLAIR and SIMPLEX..both very capable and both with proven track records in fire suppression..Why waste U.S. tax payers dollars on new research and development when these folks can have you up and running in no time...OH by the way.. I am Canadian and we are proud to operate helicopter systems by both manuafacturers.. I think your Senator Merlkley needs to meet a few of these fine people of Oregon ( ISOLAIR and SIMPLEX )who not only provide the citizens of America a fine product but also the citizens of the world who have had their homes, and at times their LIVES saved by the products ISOLAIR and SIMPLEX have been supplying to helicopter operators in every corner of the planet..

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Mustang Steve : This system was plagarised from the Helitak System when the 2 Australian Directors didn't get the deal they wanted from Helitak in Australia. It is disappointing to see our limited Tax dollars being handed out to foreigners supporting their unscrupulous business dealings in our own country.

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Debbie March : $4,160,000????? REALLY????? thats so very wasteful and what does this have to do with the healthcare bill in the first place and WHYS it even in the healthcare bill??????? this is such WASTEFUL SPENDING!!!!!!!!

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Jafco : Absolutely beyond a shadow of a doubt the biggest waste of taxpayer funds. These Hawk drivers are professional soldiers and in no way should they be allowed into the fire fighting arena. Sen. Merkley is simply creating jobs and maybe wealth in his state.

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Chuck Brainerd : If this money is going to be earmarked for UH-60 tank development, then it should be an open and fair competition to interested parties.

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Homer :

Why should these guys get $4 million to develop their system? Why havn't they developed themselves? Do Simplex and Isolair ask the govt for dollars when they want to build something that they are going to makes loads of money from?

Those guys in Australia have already developed their system. I bet $4 million could buy a bunch of those ones from helitack.

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Jeff Burton :

What a waste of taxpayer money. We built a tank system for the S-61 for alot less than what they are asking for. Our project went from bar napkin to working prototype in under 6 months. "

 

 


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POW Phonies website covers Joey Rice:

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http://www.pownetwork.org/phonies/phonies1255.htm


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R2 POW phonies

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"One version claims that he was a medivac pilot flying Huey's in Desert Storm, and was shot down and held for seven days as a POW.

The other version was that he evaded through northern Iraq after being shot down until he made it to the Turkish border. Regardless of which version he tells, he claims he has two Purple Hearts. He goes on to claim that he flew MH-6's (little birds) for the 160th - 160th SOAR (special ops aviation), and did secret missions in Central America. Some versions of his stories are that he was with the SOAR when he was shot down, captured, etc... He has also claimed that he was with the 160th when he was shot down in Iraq. He claims to have retired from military service as a CW4.

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Actual records:He was a Huey pilot for the Maine National Guard from 1986 to 1997. He was called to active duty for Desert Storm for two months, and never left the country. His highest award is the Reserve Component Achievement Medal, and he never rose above the rank of CW2"


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Real men don't do it for commercials.

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Ashland Airport. Dave's road.

Dave's Mountain Peak in the background.

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Cause real men tell the truth.

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Real men do it for the right reasons.

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Justice for Dave. All real. All the time.






 

 

Above: The Alaska Pipeline

The Dalton Highway runs the length of the pipeline. The sign on the pipeline above is a warning. It is a crime.

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This is what it reads:

PLEASE DON'T CLIMB ON THE PIPELINE!

Under that it says,

"A Few Words About Emergencies"

"...indications of such emergencies might include:

The presence on the ground of crude oil, or a heavy black substance.

A black spray above the pipeline or coming from the ground.

A hissing or roaring sound of liquid escaping from under pressure.

A strong, pungent odor.

A white cloud of steam or fog.

A patch of dead or discolored vegetation.

Flames

If you should become aware of a pipeline emergency:

LEAVE THE AREA IMMEDIATELY!

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