M Pigneguy’s Unscrupulous Collusion. GPS Navigation Video

Phillip Sweetman's point of 1st observation was point of incident. He was on top of Browns Island

M Pigneguy’s Unscrupulous Collusion. GPS Navigation Video
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
More clear is that after Phillip Sweetman finished his binocular exercise, M Pigneguy took his 3rd Photo & Seaway carried on a course towards Rangitoto wharf rather than turning at Browns Island as it would normally.
After they were finishing for the day back at Seaway’s facility in Auckland, M Pigneguy shared with Phillip Sweetman the information that was to be used in the event of a prosecution.
This was M Pigneguy educating his young trainee watchman as to the way he might prepare evidence when asked to appear as a witness.
M Pigneguy had alleged & written 16 main points in his incident report to Maritime New Zealand.
In the Statutory Declaration sworn by Phillip Sweetman, he wrote those 16 main points in the order – 1, 2, 13, 14, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 10, 11, 15, 16 as an inept attempt to camouflage that he had just copied word for word M Pigneguy’s information instead of being an independent witness.
Phillip Sweetman revealed his inexperience as a Trainee by failing to observe Seaway’s course, instead of being on the stated 286*, was heading in the direction of the path of Classique thereby in violation of Maritime Rules, reducing her earlier safe passage to the starboard side of Seaway.
He then displayed ignorance of the primary navigational statement made by M Pigneguy – Alleged Incident Location –
36* 49.2’ S 174* 54’.0 E 020*T x 0.25’ from Browns Isl Lt.
Phillip Sweetman endeavoring to display importance, started his Declaration by saying “Our vessel, the Seaway II was in approximate position 36* 49.2’ S 174* 54’.0 E . Browns Island Light was bearing 0.20*T at a radar range of 0.25 nautical miles. This was then said to be the position of Seaway when Phillip Sweetman first observed Classique from Sth Motuihe.
Anyone with navigational knowledge would immediately read that Phillip Sweetman had not only confused his point of 1st observation with the point of the alleged incident but had located Seaway on top of Browns Island.
This collusion was complicit with Maritime New Zealand & ignored by Judge Davis who had no nautical knowledge but should’ve recognized such blatant dishonesty.
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess

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M Pigneguy’s Unscrupulous Collusion. GPS Navigation Video

 

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