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Maryland plane crash victim was a health research company CEO formerly with the CDC

 
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Put on your tinfoil hats, ladies and gentlemen, this is about to get interesting.

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A pilot and CEO of a health research firm, who survived a 2010 mishap involving a plane in Gaithersburg, Maryland, was among six people killed in Gaithersburg Monday when a twin-engine plane crashed into a subdivision.

Marie Gemmell and her sons, Cole, 3, and Devon, an infant, were found in the second-floor bathroom of one of the houses struck by the plane, said Pete Piringer, the public information officer for Montgomery County Fire and Rescue.

Michael Rosenberg, CEO and founder of a North Carolina clinical development company called Health Decisions, was identified as one of the people on the airplane, according to a statement from the company. The flight originated in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, close to the company's headquarters in Durham.

[link to www.cnn.com]

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Although Health Decisions focuses on improving the future of clinical development, we are proud of our past. Health Decisions started with one manís conviction that clinical development could be far more efficient. When working at the Centers for Disease Control in 1989, Dr. Michael Rosenberg realized that tedious, manual procedures were responsible not only for frequent delays in clinical trials but also for many errors requiring later correction at great expense. Government agencies and biopharma and medical device companies were spending untold billions on processes that often stretched timelines and compromised quality rather than improving it. Dr. Rosenberg recognized that improving the efficiency of clinical development would free funds to develop more life-saving products and allow those products to reach medical professionals and patients much faster.

[link to www.healthdec.com]

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Ebola connection? Obamacare?
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Although Health Decisions focuses on improving the future of clinical development, we are proud of our past. Health Decisions started with one manís conviction that clinical development could be far more efficient. When working at the Centers for Disease Control in 1989, Dr. Michael Rosenberg realized that tedious, manual procedures were responsible not only for frequent delays in clinical trials but also for many errors requiring later correction at great expense. Government agencies and biopharma and medical device companies were spending untold billions on processes that often stretched timelines and compromised quality rather than improving it. Dr. Rosenberg recognized that improving the efficiency of clinical development would free funds to develop more life-saving products and allow those products to reach medical professionals and patients much faster.

[link to www.healthdec.com]

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Ebola connection? Obamacare?
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Dunno about you guys, but what's bolded is all I saw when I read that paragraph.
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David Hartman, Ph.D., the VP of Durham-based Nuventra, died in the crash
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bumpbumpbump
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Interesting tidbit...

"According to Facebook, the Gemmell's are both from New Jersey and Ken works for defense contractor Savi Technology, having previously worked for Thales Group and Washington Labs."

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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TRI and Nuventra to provide Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic ...... Market Launch of its SpiroFindô Lyme Disease Diagnostic Test.
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vodka5
let's get to work deconstructing this event!
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Re: Maryland plane crash victim was a health research company CEO formerly with the CDC
David Hartman, Ph.D., the VP of Durham-based Nuventra, died in the crash
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You're right.

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David Hartman, a vice president for Durham-based Nuventra, was one of the people killed in the plane crash in Maryland on Monday, Nuventra confirmed Tuesday morning.

Hartman was vice president of clinical pharmacology, pharmacokinetics and nonclinical development.

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I grew up near this particular airfield. Throughout the years you become familiar with the normal sounds of small planes and when they don't sound or look right. Many many times our family got out of or house and packed in the car sometimes with no shoes or coats. A few times the plane did crash or there were crash landings. People and families should avoid buying homes near small airfields or airports.
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[link to article.wn.com]

not sure if any relevance
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Interesting tidbit...

"According to Facebook, the Gemmell's are both from New Jersey and Ken works for defense contractor Savi Technology, having previously worked for Thales Group and Washington Labs."

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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glassesoff
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This guy was involved in a carsh several years ago. Wtf?
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[link to www.rfidjournal.com]

RFID technology.
433 mhz.
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Re: Maryland plane crash victim was a health research company CEO formerly with the CDC
Interesting tidbit...

"According to Facebook, the Gemmell's are both from New Jersey and Ken works for defense contractor Savi Technology, having previously worked for Thales Group and Washington Labs."

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63739249


Now I'm getting creeped out. Savi Technology makes RFID tracking technology.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Also, one of the articles I read about the plane crash said the pilot was trying to use instruments to make a landing. Also, the plane was upside-down when it crashed. Now, this might be a bit speculative, but if they can hack a Mercedes, they can definitely hack plane instruments.
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Lockheed.
Dow.
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[link to www.venturenavigator.co.uk]

Tracking technology.
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[link to www.venturenavigator.co.uk]

Tracking technology.
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From the link:

Here, Verma talks about how the initial idea of wanting to track children to cut down on kidnappings and lost children led to Savi's current technology. Along the way, they learned about marketing, R&D, and funding.

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damned So they were all about tracking people from the start. Tracking inanimate objects just happened to make more money at the time. There was some "out there" speculation about ebola being used as an excuse to chip people...
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Looks like they needed to get rid of him

Maybe he was about to talk
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[link to www.venturenavigator.co.uk]

Tracking technology.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32053031


From the link:

Here, Verma talks about how the initial idea of wanting to track children to cut down on kidnappings and lost children led to Savi's current technology. Along the way, they learned about marketing, R&D, and funding.

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damned So they were all about tracking people from the start. Tracking inanimate objects just happened to make more money at the time. There was some "out there" speculation about ebola being used as an excuse to chip people...
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Some more info about Savi:
Interesting how both companies are involved in increasing efficiency.
[link to www.savi.com]

[link to www.savi.com]
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Name of Husband whoís house Dr. Rosenberg hit: Kenneth Gemmell
Think this is him:
[link to twitter.com (secure)]

Strange story from 2012 about another Kenneth Gemmell jumping to his death on a Royal Caribbean cruise.:

[link to www.rcifans.com]

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Dr. Michael P Rosenberg
House in Chapel Hill: 417 STONEY HILL DR
Chapel Hill, NC

[link to www.mprosenberg.com]

[link to www.castaliachapelhill.com]

[link to www.bizjournals.com]

[link to www.bizjournals.com]

[link to www.biomedexperts.com]

[link to inmenlo.com]
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Put on your tinfoil hats, ladies and gentlemen, this is about to get interesting.

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A pilot and CEO of a health research firm, who survived a 2010 mishap involving a plane in Gaithersburg, Maryland, was among six people killed in Gaithersburg Monday when a twin-engine plane crashed into a subdivision.

Marie Gemmell and her sons, Cole, 3, and Devon, an infant, were found in the second-floor bathroom of one of the houses struck by the plane, said Pete Piringer, the public information officer for Montgomery County Fire and Rescue.

Michael Rosenberg, CEO and founder of a North Carolina clinical development company called Health Decisions, was identified as one of the people on the airplane, according to a statement from the company. The flight originated in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, close to the company's headquarters in Durham.

[link to www.cnn.com]

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Although Health Decisions focuses on improving the future of clinical development, we are proud of our past. Health Decisions started with one manís conviction that clinical development could be far more efficient. When working at the Centers for Disease Control in 1989, Dr. Michael Rosenberg realized that tedious, manual procedures were responsible not only for frequent delays in clinical trials but also for many errors requiring later correction at great expense. Government agencies and biopharma and medical device companies were spending untold billions on processes that often stretched timelines and compromised quality rather than improving it. Dr. Rosenberg recognized that improving the efficiency of clinical development would free funds to develop more life-saving products and allow those products to reach medical professionals and patients much faster.

[link to www.healthdec.com]

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Ebola connection? Obamacare?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2097186


Go figure.
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So what your implying that there was a conspiracy by a suicide pilot to correctly pinpoint a house occupied by a healthcare CEO twenty five miles away from he airport and purposely crash into it. OK.
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So what your implying that there was a conspiracy by a suicide pilot to correctly pinpoint a house occupied by a healthcare CEO twenty five miles away from he airport and purposely crash into it. OK.
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GPS hacked Autopilot maybe?
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So what your implying that there was a conspiracy by a suicide pilot to correctly pinpoint a house occupied by a healthcare CEO twenty five miles away from he airport and purposely crash into it. OK.
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GPS hacked Autopilot maybe?
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hesright I don't think people realize the precision of the tools at their disposal. The pilot was not in control of the plane when it crashed.
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Dude who's house got hit:
[link to www.linkedin.com (secure)]
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s part of a team designed a FAA ATM/UAT/MODE-S base station transmitter. Responsible for the design of the first stage of the RF amplification and integration with other functional components.

when i google the bolded part, i get this...

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

so much info ^ there, take your pic.

i'm getting my tin foil.
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so...a guy who's worked on serious aircraft tracking and surveillance, has his house hit by a plane that was carrying two high profile execs, one of which has history with Lockheed .

nice.
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Thales used to be Racal Inc. in Rockville Md. until they were bought. Racal was similar to Marconi in the U.K. where multiple managers committed suicide. The other industry with spate of suicides is microbiology, which has several companies near Thales in Rockville. Melloy Labs and Fort Detrick. Perhaps the weaponisation effort utilized British for the delivery systems and U.S. for the genetic engineering side.
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I grew up near this particular airfield. Throughout the years you become familiar with the normal sounds of small planes and when they don't sound or look right. Many many times our family got out of or house and packed in the car sometimes with no shoes or coats. A few times the plane did crash or there were crash landings. People and families should avoid buying homes near small airfields or airports.
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Agree. I grew up there as well.
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