Transport accident investigator
|Transport accident investigator|
|Who investigates the investigators?|
Most countries have an agency to investigate transport accidents. A notable feature with them is that they are very prone to cover-ups and misdirection of blame when the stakes are high, as a mixture of political and economic pressure.
The agencies are thoroughly infiltrated by the deep state operators.
|Accident Investigation Board Norway||Responsible for investigating transport-related accidents within Norway, where the 1982 Mehamn Accident is one of them.|
|Air Accidents Investigation Branch||UK agency Responsible for investigating "serious incidents", such as the fate of flight Pan Am 103.|
|Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety||French government agency responsible for investigating aviation accidents and incidents. A few skeletons in the closet.|
|Dutch Safety Board||Dutch version of National Transportation Safety Board. Its role in cover ups is similar.|
|National Transportation Safety Board||The NTSB is the US government investigative agency responsible for civil transportation accident investigation.|
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