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George Orwell
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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2007 7:08 pm    Post subject: Who Will Belfort Instruments Digiwx AWOS Murder and KILL Nex Reply with quote



If Debra S. Alascio isn't potting to murder someone else, maybe it will
be one of those defective, out of service Digiwx AWOS units which causes
LOSS OF LIFE.

FOr example:

Debra S. Alascio VonLange supplied cigaretts and alcohol to Santo
V. Alascio non-stop. In addition, Santo V. Alascio worked in a hazardous
materials ladden environment at Belfort Digiwx AWOS with known
carcinogens under supervision by his wife Debra S. Alascio.

Now comes news compliments of the Baltimore Sun that Santo V. Alascio
(DOB: 11/04/1961), beloved husband of Debra S. Alascio (maiden name
VON LANGE; also of notorious Belfort Instruments Digiwx AWOS fame);
step-father of Amy Wesner; son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Alascio, Sr.
DIED on September 14, 2006.

It needs to be noted that Santo V. Alascio was only 45 years old when
he died!

THE ANSWER IS CLEAR ABOUT WHO MURDERED SANTO V. ALASCIO

Knowing that Mr. Alascio worked for his wife (Debra S. Alascio) in a
work environment polluted with lead, mercury and asbestos sure makes
one wonder how Santo V. Alascio died.

Unfortunately, Belfort Instruments has a documented history of hiding
Right-To-Know info from it's employees. Just call Keith Owens, Roger
Campbell or Roger Campbell at MOSH (Maryland Occupational Safety &
Health, 410-767-2190) and they can tell you all about Belfort
Instruments unsavory history including actions and citations issued by
MOSH to Belfort Instrument Digiwx AWOS company.

If you are a former employee of Belfort Instruments which also does
business under the names of Advanced Retro Technology, Gamma
Scientific, Road Vista and UDT Instruments, you may have unknowingly
been exposed to an array of hazardous materials including lead,
mercury and asbestos. According to Keith Owens of MOSH, a complaint
was filed against Belfort Instruments Digiwx AWOS in 2005 after an
employe complained that Belfort Instruments was withholding Right-To-
Know information following a written request for access to such info.

Recently, there was a report that William C. Gordon, former CFO at
Belfort Instrumetns was diagnosed with cancer which probably resulted
from his employment and exposure in the Belfort Instruments workplace
to lead, mercury and asbestos for starters.

Stay tuned as I learn more about the criminal activity that has taken
place at Belfort Instruments Digiwx AWOS and the careless disregard
they have displayed for employee health and safety!

For example:

FAA NTSB Report

Date: 18 MAR 2006
Time: ca 14:48
Type: Beechcraft C.99
Operator: Ameriflight
Registration: N54RP
C/n / msn: U-218
First flight: 1983
Engines: 2 Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-36
Crew: Fatalities: 2 / Occupants: 2
Passengers: Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 0
Total: Fatalities: 2 / Occupants: 2
Airplane damage: Written off
Location: 13 km (8.1 mls) SW of Butte, MT (USA)
Phase: En route
Nature: Cargo
Departure airport: Helena Airport, MT (HLN/KHLN), USA
Destination airport: Butte (Bert Mooney) Airport, MT (BTM/KBTM), USA
Flightnumber: 2591

Narrative:
The Beech 99 departed Helena (HLN) at 14:35 on flight to Butte (Bert
Mooney, BTM) and was carrying only about 10 pounds of freight. The
aircraft was cleared for the VOR B approach to Butte at 14:48. Butte
controllers noted that a weather front that included icing conditions
and heavy snow had been approaching the area from the south to the
north/northeast even though a UNICOM-based Digiwx AWOS reported clear
skies with good visibility and gentle winds in the mountains. During the
descent, the airplane collided with trees and subsequently the terrain.
Search crews found the wreckage of the plane on March 20. Upon
investigation, one of the cockpit radio was found to be tuned to 123.0
MHz which is the airport's CTAF/UNICOM.

Preliminary results strongly suggest that the Beechcraft pilot received
incorrect and faulty data from a Digiwx AWOS weather reporting station
on the field at Butte (BTM) airport. FAA and NTSB continue to probe the
weather data being disseminated from this Belfort Instruments Digiwx
AWOS which has never been formally FAA commissioned. Cary Gates from the
Northwest Mountain Region of the FAA in Helena, MT notes that the
barometer setting is the only FAA Approved weather sensor on the Digiwx
AWOS weather station; all remaining weather sensors on the Digiwx AWOS
(wind direction, wind speed, temperature, dewpoint, relative humidity,
visibility, ceilometer, density altitude, condensation altitude) are
all "advisory." According to the FAA, "Advisory Use ONLY" means not for
actual in-flight aviation use. It should be noted that Belfort
Instruments website even makes mention in a disclaimer that "weather
readings shown on the Internet are advisory only."

Sources: 2 killed in crash of cargo plane (Billings Gazette 20-3-2006);
FAA NTSB

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Michael Baldwin, Bruce
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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2007 5:34 pm    Post subject: Re: Who Will Belfort Instruments Digiwx AWOS Murder and KILL Reply with quote



George Orwell wrote:
Quote:
If Debra S. Alascio isn't potting to murder someone else, maybe it will
be one of those defective, out of service Digiwx AWOS units which causes
LOSS OF LIFE.

FOr example:

Debra S. Alascio VonLange supplied cigaretts and alcohol to Santo
V. Alascio non-stop. In addition, Santo V. Alascio worked in a hazardous
materials ladden environment at Belfort Digiwx AWOS with known
carcinogens under supervision by his wife Debra S. Alascio.

Now comes news compliments of the Baltimore Sun that Santo V. Alascio
(DOB: 11/04/1961), beloved husband of Debra S. Alascio (maiden name
VON LANGE; also of notorious Belfort Instruments Digiwx AWOS fame);
step-father of Amy Wesner; son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Alascio, Sr.
DIED on September 14, 2006.

It needs to be noted that Santo V. Alascio was only 45 years old when
he died!

THE ANSWER IS CLEAR ABOUT WHO MURDERED SANTO V. ALASCIO

Knowing that Mr. Alascio worked for his wife (Debra S. Alascio) in a
work environment polluted with lead, mercury and asbestos sure makes
one wonder how Santo V. Alascio died.

Unfortunately, Belfort Instruments has a documented history of hiding
Right-To-Know info from it's employees. Just call Keith Owens, Roger
Campbell or Roger Campbell at MOSH (Maryland Occupational Safety &
Health, 410-767-2190) and they can tell you all about Belfort
Instruments unsavory history including actions and citations issued by
MOSH to Belfort Instrument Digiwx AWOS company.

If you are a former employee of Belfort Instruments which also does
business under the names of Advanced Retro Technology, Gamma
Scientific, Road Vista and UDT Instruments, you may have unknowingly
been exposed to an array of hazardous materials including lead,
mercury and asbestos. According to Keith Owens of MOSH, a complaint
was filed against Belfort Instruments Digiwx AWOS in 2005 after an
employe complained that Belfort Instruments was withholding Right-To-
Know information following a written request for access to such info.

Recently, there was a report that William C. Gordon, former CFO at
Belfort Instrumetns was diagnosed with cancer which probably resulted
from his employment and exposure in the Belfort Instruments workplace
to lead, mercury and asbestos for starters.

Stay tuned as I learn more about the criminal activity that has taken
place at Belfort Instruments Digiwx AWOS and the careless disregard
they have displayed for employee health and safety!

For example:

FAA NTSB Report

Date: 18 MAR 2006
Time: ca 14:48
Type: Beechcraft C.99
Operator: Ameriflight
Registration: N54RP
C/n / msn: U-218
First flight: 1983
Engines: 2 Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-36
Crew: Fatalities: 2 / Occupants: 2
Passengers: Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 0
Total: Fatalities: 2 / Occupants: 2
Airplane damage: Written off
Location: 13 km (8.1 mls) SW of Butte, MT (USA)
Phase: En route
Nature: Cargo
Departure airport: Helena Airport, MT (HLN/KHLN), USA
Destination airport: Butte (Bert Mooney) Airport, MT (BTM/KBTM), USA
Flightnumber: 2591

Narrative:
The Beech 99 departed Helena (HLN) at 14:35 on flight to Butte (Bert
Mooney, BTM) and was carrying only about 10 pounds of freight. The
aircraft was cleared for the VOR B approach to Butte at 14:48. Butte
controllers noted that a weather front that included icing conditions
and heavy snow had been approaching the area from the south to the
north/northeast even though a UNICOM-based Digiwx AWOS reported clear
skies with good visibility and gentle winds in the mountains. During the
descent, the airplane collided with trees and subsequently the terrain.
Search crews found the wreckage of the plane on March 20. Upon
investigation, one of the cockpit radio was found to be tuned to 123.0
MHz which is the airport's CTAF/UNICOM.

Preliminary results strongly suggest that the Beechcraft pilot received
incorrect and faulty data from a Digiwx AWOS weather reporting station
on the field at Butte (BTM) airport. FAA and NTSB continue to probe the
weather data being disseminated from this Belfort Instruments Digiwx
AWOS which has never been formally FAA commissioned. Cary Gates from the
Northwest Mountain Region of the FAA in Helena, MT notes that the
barometer setting is the only FAA Approved weather sensor on the Digiwx
AWOS weather station; all remaining weather sensors on the Digiwx AWOS
(wind direction, wind speed, temperature, dewpoint, relative humidity,
visibility, ceilometer, density altitude, condensation altitude) are
all "advisory." According to the FAA, "Advisory Use ONLY" means not for
actual in-flight aviation use. It should be noted that Belfort
Instruments website even makes mention in a disclaimer that "weather
readings shown on the Internet are advisory only."

Sources: 2 killed in crash of cargo plane (Billings Gazette 20-3-2006);
FAA NTSB

Hello Belfort fag. Blown any goats lately?
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Maxwell
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PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2007 7:59 pm    Post subject: Re: Who Will Belfort Instruments Digiwx AWOS Murder and KILL Reply with quote

"George Orwell" <nobody (AT) mixmaster (DOT) it> wrote in message
news:6b7bada6c85b5ebda83672954d210959 (AT) mixmaster (DOT) it...

snip -> The usual Belfort nonsense.

With an obvious axe to grind, your case (what ever it might be) is so weak
that you can find no other avenue, than to vent your frustrations to a group
of people that could care less?

Your irresponsible actions serve no better purpose here than to exonerate
Belfort as the victim of a clueless disgruntled former employee.

If you have a case to make against Belford, make it in exacting detail. Not
a bunch of wild and unsupported allegations. And make it to a group of
people that give a shit, and can help you seek the restitution you desire.
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