Trump was under investigation for money laundering and deeply in debt. Three executives died in a helicopter crash. He then tried to seek damages from the manufacturer of a helicopter in which three top Trump executives were killed. Trump filed a wrongful death lawsuit to recover unspecified expenses paid to the families of the executives. All very suspicious.
Did Dump Murder Three Casino Executives?
|by Anonymous||reply 16||Last Monday at 2:30 PM|
Lock him up. Provide an Orange smock to match his Orange face.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||Last Monday at 1:36 PM|
He is a notorious projector, and likes to accuse others of murder. Do the math.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||Last Monday at 1:37 PM|
How about a like to ANY investigative piece related to your criminal theory, OP. Only ONLY link you provide is an article written 1 day after the crash. Any yet you charge SUSPICIOUS BEHAVIOR in subsequent months.
Where it the link to THAT INFORMATION?
|by Anonymous||reply 3||Last Monday at 1:39 PM|
It meets the standard of evidence he himself demands.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||Last Monday at 1:40 PM|
typing on train. OH well. Where is the Link to the criminal story?
|by Anonymous||reply 5||Last Monday at 1:40 PM|
I suggest you take your gaze elsewhere.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||Last Monday at 1:47 PM|
1. Trump was under investigation for money laundering and deeply in debt.
2. The top executives who would know most about the inner operations of the casinos for debt restructuring were killed in the helicopter crash.
3. Trump owned his own fleet of helicopters for biz use but this particular trip he leased a 70 mile flight from Paramount Aviation. The reason those 3 Trump casino execs were together on a ‘leased’ helicopter that evening: Trump didn’t want his Trump logo involved.
Here is the NTSB report, which states the overhead AND tail blade rotors fell off... BOTH! FELL! OFF! and that a sharp tool was used before the flight to loosen adhesives.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||Last Monday at 1:50 PM|
Someone is trying to bury this thread, it has flown down to the very bottom of Datalounge fast.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||Last Monday at 2:00 PM|
[quote] Someone is trying to bury this thread, it has flown down to the very bottom of Datalounge fast.
No one is trying to bury it. Yeah Trump probably is responsible for at least a few murders. Without a more substantial link there's not much to discuss.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||Last Monday at 2:03 PM|
So what were these execs going to do? Spill the beans on something?
|by Anonymous||reply 10||Last Monday at 2:03 PM|
Someone posted this story in another thread and I bookmarked it. It goes into detail about Trump's shady deals.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||Last Monday at 2:04 PM|
We’re breaking the story here on Datalounge and we’ll solve it, just like the Soft Butch Sous Chef Murder.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||Last Monday at 2:05 PM|
Trump Seeks Damages from 1989 Helicopter Crash
Attorneys for developer Donald Trump on Friday argued he should be allowed to seek damages from the manufacturer of a helicopter in which three top Trump executives were killed.
Trump filed a wrongful death lawsuit to recover unspecified expenses paid to the families of the executives. The suit was initially filed in Superior Court in Atlantic County, then was transferred to Camden federal court. Trump sued the helicopter manufacturer, Costruzioni Aeronautiche of Gallanate, Italy; Agusta Aviation Corp. of Philadelphia, a subsidiary of the Italian firm; Paramount Aviation Inc. of Lincoln Park, a charter firm that operated and maintained the helicopter; and Helicopter Air Services of Linden, N.J.
The lawsuit claims the helicopter’s four metal rotor blades were improperly designed. Investigators said the copter’s main and tail rotors apparently broke off as the craft flew at an altitude of about 1,000 feet. All of Trump’s casinos have suffered since October 1989, in part due to the recession which has created a stagnant gaming market in Atlantic City.
The suit also contends the executives were critical to the success of Trump’s casinos and that without their expertise, the businesses faced higher expenses and operating costs. Stephen Hyde, 43, of Linwood, N.J.; Mark Etess, 38, of Northfield, N.J.; and Jonathan Benanav, 33, of Mt. Vernon, N.Y.; were killed in an Oct. 10, 1989, helicopter crash on their way back to Atlantic City from New York City. Hyde was the head of Trump’s Atlantic City operations; Etess was president of Trump’s Taj Mahal Casino, which opened six months later; and Benanav was senior vice president of the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino.
During Friday’s hearing , the defense urged U.S. District Judge John F. Gerry to dismiss the lawsuit. Attorneys for the Italian helicopter manufacturer argued that Trump has no legal basis to seek a wrongful death action. They acknowledged, however, that Trump had contractual debts to the estates of the executives.
Gerry, who did not rule on the motion, ordered attorneys to submit more briefs. The copter’s pilot and co-pilot were also killed when the craft crashed into a wooded median of the Garden State Parkway in Lacey Township
|by Anonymous||reply 13||Last Monday at 2:12 PM|
From R11's link:
[quote]Donald’s father, the Queens real estate developer Fred Trump, had worked closely with Genovese-associated and -owned construction entities since building the Shore Haven development in 1947, when Donald was still in diapers (the first time around)
|by Anonymous||reply 14||Last Monday at 2:19 PM|
I remember this crash. donald had to rush to tell the press he was supposed to be on the helicopter with them
I forget what his joke of an excuse was why he wasn't there, but it was obvious that he was not supposed to be with them and was just lying to focus the attention on him and not the 3 dead men. He couldn't even let these 3 men who died get a tiny bit of attention or sympathy
That's the thing with donald, everything is ALWAYS about him
|by Anonymous||reply 15||Last Monday at 2:25 PM|
R15 one of his executives wrote a book about him in the early 1990s and talked about how Trump immediately decided to tell the story about how he was suppose to be on the flight even though he was not. Apparently this was the thing that made the exec decide to leave the company and write the book.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||Last Monday at 2:30 PM|