On BFMTV, Christophe Naudin, an expert in air safety, talks about his involvement in the escape of the two French pilots convicted in the Dominican Republic. It said it had “responded to a request” and tells the leak.
The specialist in aviation safety and BFMTV consultant, Christophe Naudin returns to the escape of pilots of Air cocaine. The expert participated in “exfiltration” of the two French prisoners in the Dominican Republic for drug trafficking.
“There is a demand that was communicated to me, like what was necessary and indispensable for matters of assistance to persons in danger, to mount an operation to pick our friends, our countrymen.”
It states that the application was “made by families” and is “passed by an elected”. He assures to have done nothing alone. “There is a team behind”, he pleads.
Several scenarios of escape
A total of four scenarios were considered for leak Fauret Pascal and Bruno Odos. “One with a helicopter, a speedboat with another jet ski with.” It is that of the speedboat that was chosen. But once at sea, the team encountered several difficulties.
“We ran out of water, because the maker did not work, we missed 50 liters of oil, we stopped in for a sweet island to look for oil.”
A budget was then prepared by it. Ensuring not know nor want to do, say who had financed the operation, Christophe Naudin says about BFMTV it cost “tens of thousands of euros”.
The commando Mèbre also ensures that the team had prepared “for the possibility of having to act sometimes under duress.” In other words to the use of violence. “Violence must be used in a proportionate and legitimate, in this case I think it was legitimate since secured a rescue mission,” the consultant.
Christophe Naudin seems convinced that he “had to act differently” for both drivers.
“I already knew that the Dominican legal system did not work properly, it was disrupted by endemic corruption in the country and that even with the best legal demonstrations of the world is not be able to save them.”
The drivers arrived in France Saturday and will not be extradited to the Dominican Republic where they had to serve a sentence of twenty years in prison. For Christophe Naudin, the commando “has done the work of the state and I hope we did well.”
BFM.tv (via Google Translate)