DR.RANDALL GEORGE NOZAWA
PYRAMID ONE RADIO NETWORK
JUNE 1st at 6 PM East Coast/3PM West Coast
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Captain Dan Hanley spent his entire working life flying airplanes, first as a civilian pilot, then as a US naval aviator, and finally as a United Airlines pilot. All totalled, over a 35 year career span, he flew 15 different aircraft accruing over 20,000 flight hours.
In December 2003, he was illegally terminated as a United Airlines B-777 captain by the FAA and airline management for speaking out about issues concerning 9/11. He fought this wrongful termination for over five years. The government closed his case without interviewing a single witness nor reviewing any of his evidence.
currently serves as director and international public spokesperson for a
global grassroots effort called 9/11 Pilot Whistleblowers whose website
is at 911pilots.org and YouTube channel at 911pilots.
The purpose of the organization is to show that there were no Muslim
hijackers at the controls of the 9/11 aircraft but that the aircraft
were electronically hijacked through employment of a system called the uninterruptible autopilot
that enables a remote source to take complete control of the aircraft
autopilot and flight management computer and guide it to its target
Captain Hanley moved to Islamabad, Pakistan in 2009 and currently resides there with his Pakistani wife, Huma.
His World Radio Show
"Be The Change"
A Look at Our World through the
Heart of Dr. Randall
The Doctor was Blinded after two tragedies,
Nozawa’s will to live a full life continues undeterred
The Doctor is living proof that a person can do everything right only to suffer horrific events that
stymied decades of hard work and left him blind. The two most gruesome tragedies he suffered would make the fire-breathing Godzilla buckle in bitterness. Not Nozawa. He’s grateful just to be alive.
Japanese, Nozawa had played high school football in Honolulu and later became a professional body builder. When he moved to Washington, the muscle-bound Nozawa enrolled at the University of Washington’s dental school, studied hard and faithfully graduated. Yet years later, after opening a handful of dental clinics, when he could finally afford the lifestyle he had always wanted, a tree came crashing down and foiled all his best-laid plans.
It was the first of two tragic events that would change his life forever.
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