That's the story of a miserable man.
The US financial advisor who attempted to fake his own death in a light aircraft crash has been arrested at a Florida campsite following an apparent suicide attempt, CNN reports. Marcus Schrenker, 38, left Anderson, Indiana, on Sunday in a Piper PA-46 en route for Destin, Florida. Over Alabama, he sent a distress call saying …
That's the story of a miserable man.
...is that he didn't actually kill himself. What a moron.
But whenever I hear 'canoeing accident' I think 'fake death'.
...some folk are just not detail people.
It's good to know that even at the peak of my twattishness I'm not as much of a twat as some consistently are for years. It seems he (and several others) relied on an ever-growing market to avoid getting caught from defrauding their clients. There is no 'god', but the recession seems to be serving up[ Judgement Day for these theiving scum. My sympathy for his poorly wrists ain't much.
my determination to get that pilot's license.
If his alleged thefts/fraudulent activities were as well executed as his fake death plot, he's well and truly screwed.
Paris - because the phrase 'poper fucked' can be applied to them both.
.. he tried to fake a plane crash. Ok, with you there. Not a great plan, what with the non-imploded windscreen and clear evidence that he'd bailed an' all, but still, let's call that bad luck that the plane was spotted before it crashed.
Then he rolls up at someone's house having had a canoe accident? Was that like an insurance policy? So he thought that if he got away with it he would go down in history as the unlucky bloke who's plane windscreen imploded, cutting him up, and having tried valiantly to keep the plane flying he accidentally falls out the plane door, into an abandoned canoe which then takes off into death rapids.. except then he's seen at someone's house.
Nope. Don't get it. Wasn't he just a bit loopy?
I think the whole point of this affair was that he doesn't have any assets.
Doesn't he know you're supposed to dissappear over the ocean? Like that Kennedy guy?
If he really intended to kill himself he wouldn't have bothered with the 'chute when he exited the plane.
BTW, a dumbass icon is needed.
I figured it was a faked death attempt, and when that failed, he made a suicide attempt. No?
I can't believe anyone with enough upstairs to get a pilots licence would have made such a pathetic attempt at faking their own death. The two fundamental requirements are to install a vagrant of approximately the same build and appearance in the left hand seat, and make sure the plane is in a steep drive from altitude before bailing out.
It's idiot morons like these that give a bad name to general aviation. To pull a stunt like that after 9/11, you know some loser politician is going to use that as an excuse to make flying worse for everyone. I only wish his parachute failed to deploy when he jumped out.
Its all down to not thinking it through.
1. When the plane crashes there will be no body !
2. What happens if i bail and land in the water (canooing accident - hahahah)
Should have flown over the sea, had life raft ready (non-gps emergency beacon variety), NOT sent the radio message, turned auto pilot off (OR arrange to have Forgot to fill the bloody plane with fuel ?)
Could have bailed practically over the shore and left the plane to crash miles out to sea.
Basically he's a Moron.
I have to pity this unlucky duck's lack of originality regarding being in a canoeing accident when it would of been wiser just to disappear into the swamps after crashing his plane into a canoe. If he's somehow found in the swamps alive then he can claim he's a clone and his actual self did indeed die in the flames and has tragically become BBQ Gator feed, so he can rejoin society and technically get the life insurance payoff he so desperately desired. But what do i know?
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