Submissions for Appeal on Judge Davis’s Decision, Para 25

Photo 3 became noticeable as a zoomed up photo, It was not a true representation of the situation

Submissions for Appeal on Judge Davis’s Decision, Para 25
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess
The following is the Appellant’s response to Paragraph 25
[16] Para 25 : His Honour, it is submitted, was mislead as to the investigation and the status of Barry Young –
Capt Pigneyguy reported the situation he created for his own reasons and it is submitted, Maritime New Zealand failed to investigate the Claim impartially or sufficiently, (Trans Page 152) without a full analysis of the photographs, with an expert purported to be independent but in their employ, acting as an advocate for the case, whose biased evidence that Classique passed at 25 mtrs was based on a zoomed photograph – when other reliable evidence indicated at least 50 mtrs and even more than a safe 80 mtrs clearance. Trans Pages 256,257,258. (Attached 7)
(a) M Pigneyguy gave the loading of ferry to be “16 vehicles” Trans Page 4/5. Maritime New Zealand measured the distance when the ferry was unladen, stationary, with its ramp resting on the dock & the beach rising as seen in the photo of their exercise – this is very different from the ferry enroute as at photo 3. A further error in their calculations is that the bow post used is aprox 3 mtrs from the hull of Classique, according to the bow wave line as it moves outward from the bow and seen in a blown up Photo 3
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Photo 3 Is Zoomed, Judge Davis Has Reality Distorted – post 14 Sept’14
From the view on Classique there was 50 to 80 mtrs clearance … it didn’t appear as a close quarter situation & that’s why Photo 3 became immediately noticeable as a zoomed up photo, It was not a true representation of the situation – It wasn’t on the same scale as the previous two. Zooming has the effect of drawing things together
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http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess

3 examples of the effect of zooming a photograph giving quite different impressions of reality
Submissions for Appeal on Judge Davis’s Decision, Para 25, 2014-09-14_1929

Submissions for Appeal on Judge Davis’s Decision, Para 25

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