Submissions for Appeal on Judge’s Decision – Paragraph 27

Recommending Bolton’s “Line of Sight method” in “Nautical Rules of The Road” by Paul Bossier

Submissions for Appeal on Judge’s Decision – Paragraph 27
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess
The following is the Appellant’s response to Paragraph 27
[18] Para 27 : His Honour it is submitted, misunderstood & was lead astray
I, (Bolton) did not describe my infallible rule of thumb as the use of my thumb held up as a marker on Classique & projecting a transit line onto the background. For Mr Young not to accept my method of navigation as being appropriate, indicating that it was not taught in any Maritime schools that he was aware of, is entirely false, considering Maritime New Zealand Nautical School of which Mr Young is familiar does currently teach & recommend this fundamental geometric method which is the basis of everyday navigation on land or sea – it exceeds the limitations of a compass, as line of sight is an extension of a compass bearing transferred to the background. The trained human eye is still the most effective aid. Refer Farwell Page 238
(A) My rule of thumb (Trans Page 199 showing diagram, line of sight across other vessel to background) is denied by Barry .Young. Trans Page 208 – my 1st description of its use. Pages 226,227. His Honour wrongly refers to it being complete nonsense. (Diagrams Attached 8)
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Barry Young is revealing abysmal knowledge of a basic age old navigational principle which is so accurate that it can be regarded as “Infallible”. His code of conduct demands that he gives reasons for opinions – he not only fails to do that & he would not be able to but he then makes no comment as to whether Bolton was correct or not in determining risk of collision. Bolton was correct & it was M Pigneguy who used a most inaccurate Relative Bearing method which was nefariously backed by Barry Young.
Barry Young who purports to have navigational experience appears to deliberately mislead Judge Davis as to a basic & accurate navigational method which is taught in the Auckland Maritime Schools & explained in Nautical text books.
See the recommendation to use Bolton’s “Line of Sight method” in “Nautical Rules of The Road” by Paul Bossier
Click to view – Nautical Rules of the Road
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess

See the recommendation to use Bolton’s “Line of Sight method” in “Nautical Rules of The Road” by Paul Bossier
Click to view – Nautical Rules of the Road
Submissions for Appeal on Judge’s Decision – Paragraph 27

Submissions for Appeal on Judge’s Decision – Paragraph 27

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