M Pigneguy Deceives With His Unscrupulous Addendum

3 photos clearly show Seaway’s course changed several degrees in the direction of Classique’s path

M Pigneguy Deceives With His Unscrupulous Addendum
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess
Further analysis of the Addendum written by M Pigneguy, pedantic skipper of Waiheke roll on/roll off ferry, accepted by Maritime New Zealand with alacrity, to wrongfully prosecute Bolton, the innocent skipper of yacht Classique
M Pigneguy writes – “Due to the uncertainty of what Classique may have done, I considered that slowing Seaway 2 down was the safest course of action to take. And this I did until Seaway 2 was almost stopped, allowing Classique to pass safely ahead. It can be seen from the supplied photographs that I kept Seaway 2 on its original course.”
Considering M Pigneguy’s evidence has proved to be manufactured, there’s no reason to believe anything he says here. It is all self-serving the situation being created.
1 : M Pigneguy had no uncertainty of what Classique was doing – he has observed Classique steadily proceeding on an unchanged course. All the while there had been no risk of collision but Bolton was at his controls ready to take avoiding action if rogue Seaway had kept unlawfully encroaching.
2: Seaway’s slowing down mentioned in his claim has now been exaggerated to enhance the effect for prosecution purposes.
M Pigneguy now says he was almost stopped. In front of Judge Davis he deliberately lied when he said that Seaway was stopped dead in the water. This false evidence was repeated several times for emphasis in Court but not backed up by his collaborating trainee watchman, Phillip Sweetman who copied from the claim that Seaway slowed right down.
Seaway was observed to pass Classique as fast as a ro/ro ferry would normally travel.
3: Rather than the 3 photographs helping M Pigneguy validate his contention that Seaway was kept on its original course – they do the opposite. Within the distance traveled by Seaway during the taking on those 3 photos, it is easy to see Seaway’s course changed several degrees in the direction of Classique’s path.
Before M Pigneguy began taking photos it is a simple navigational exercise to calculate Seaway’s course changing of another 6 degrees as from Sth Motuihe.
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess

Showing Seaway’s original course after Sth Motuihe 284*, M Pigneguy’s stated course 286*,
Seaway’s courses at the taking of Photos 1,2 & 3 – respectively 292*, 295*, 297*

The 3 photos supplied by M Pigneguy, reveal Seaway’s turning.
M Pigneguy  Deceives With His Unscrupulous  Addendum

M Pigneguy Deceives With His Unscrupulous Addendum

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