With the announcement yesterday by the Commercial Pilot Association that the investigation is “ruined”, and the attempted resignation of their representatives to the Air Investigation Board, the investigation into the Spanair Madrid -Canary Islands crash has descended into a complete farce. The sole reason for establishing an Air Accidents Board is to find out the true cause of the accident. Not to proportion blame. That is for the later judicial reports and the Public Prosecutors, Continue reading Spanair crash investigation is descending into a farce.
It was exactly 100 years ago today that Nicolás Salmerón Y Alonso, Almerias most famous son (as people as saying today) died in Pau, France. Born 10th of April 1838 in Almeria, to Francisco Salmeron Lopez, the town doctor and an noted free thinker of the age, and Rosalia Alonso Garcia, who later died in childbirth, he lived in Almeria until 1848 when he went to Granada to study Law & Philosophy and Arts. In Continue reading Nicolás Salmerón y Alonso, Almerias most famous son