J Davis Sniffs At Maritime Rules Mandatory Warning Signals

He thumbs his proverbial nose at a most crucial set of mandatory obligations violated by M Pigneguy.

J Davis Sniffs At Maritime Rules Mandatory Warning Signals
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess
Judge Davis who admits to knowing nothing of Nautical Matters, takes it upon himself to make a decision disregarding the mandatory Warning Signals of Maritime Rules 22.32 Rule 22.33 & Rule 22.34.4 –
“Whether as Mr Bolton asserted, the 5 blasts on the horn were not sufficient for the purposes of the Maritime Rules, in my opinion is neither here nor there. The primary rule & obligation rested on Classique to keep out of the way Seaway & it did not do so.”
Judge Davis is not entitled to make such a decision – it’s as if the theoretical upholder of the law & in this case Maritime Law, becomes a law unto himself & thumbs his proverbial nose at a most crucial set of mandatory obligations violated by M Pigneguy.
1: Judge Davis is following the unlawful example of Maritime New Zealand & its Hired Gun, Barry Young – in disregarding Mandatory Maritime Collision Prevention Rules.
2: M Pigneguy didn’t have any sound signaling appliance capable of producing the prescribed blasts complying with the specification s in Appendix 3 to Rule 22.32. Seaway’s certificated system was out of order.
3: The so called blasts were comparative toots on an inadequate hand held aerosol hooter normally used on a dinghy or small runabout with insufficient audibility range or frequency – Violating Rule 22.33
4: When M Pigneguy said he had concerns about what action Classique was taking he was to IMMEDIATELY indicate such doubt to Classique according to Rule 22.34.4 – a mandatory requirement but M Pigneguy delayed any action for another nmile & then only took a photo.
5: With no indication from M Pigneguy that he had any concern, Bolton was entitled to believe M Pigneguy had no concern & was satisfied with the clearance he was reducing as Seaway encroached incrementally on the path of Classique.
6: In that case there was no primary rule or obligation resting on Classique to keep out of the way of Seaway except in the last resort if the Rogue ferry continued to reduce the clearance until Classique felt it was necessary to take avoiding action of its own.
7: The primary rule & obligation from the outset was for each vessel & in particular, Seaway to maintain its earlier course & speed to pass safely starboard to starboard of each other – or for Seaway to keep to its Regular Run by rounding Browns Island, in which case there would be no crossing or passing at all.
8: This is a disgusting revelation of the antics perpetuated in the name of Justice resulting in the conviction of the wrong skipper.
9: The apparent reason Maritime New Zealand failed to notify TAIC – Transport Accident Investigation Commission – they would not have been hoodwinked as easily as an unwitting District Court Judge.
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess

Judge Davis becomes a law unto himself & thumbs his proverbial nose
at a most crucial set of mandatory obligations violated by M Pigneguy
J Davis Sniffs At Maritime Rules Mandatory Warning Signals,HooterPlusCamera

J Davis Sniffs At Maritime Rules Mandatory Warning Signals

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