[TRANSLATED FROM TRIBUNNEWS.COM , JAKARTA] Investigator Nurcahyo Utomo an expert examiner blackbox recording of National Transportation Safety Committee ( NTSC ) . He was assigned to check the recording of a conversation Captain irianto that fateful plane flew Air Asia , QZ8501 . But it was not an easy task for him , because he knew very close to the former pilot of the Indonesian Air Force pilots .
As quoted from Dailymail , Wednesday ( 14/01/2015 ) , Nurcahyo can not imagine what the last words of Captain irianto , before the plane crashed in the Strait dikemudikannya Karimata . " Listening to a recording of the black box can be annoying repetitive and requires good mental strength , " he said .
" Listening to the black box recording an aircraft involved in an accident do not like listening to music or discussion , " he continued . read more
An Army captain and her groom-to-be had to move their wedding because President Barack Obama was golfing on the Hawaii course where the ceremony was being held, a friend of the couple said. "It was emotional, especially for her -- she's the bride and in less than 24 hours they had to change everything they had planned," said Jamie McCarthy, the groom's sister. Natalie Heimel and Ed Mallue Jr. found an "equally beautiful" spot at the Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, a friend said. Obama called the bride, an Army officer in Hawaii, after learning of the situation. "He apologized and congratulated them," said Jamie McCarthy, Mallue's sister. "We were all there, it was perfect. Made their day."
When Sony Pictures began casting last year for a new comedy to be called "The Interview," early scripts included the assassination of a fictionalized North Korean ruler. It was not until auditions began that actors learned that the movie would portray something much more brazen: the violent killing of the actual leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un.
Sony's executives now say they knew that basing a film on the assassination of a living national leader -- even a ruthless dictator -- had inherent risks. But the studio seems to have gotten much more than it bargained for by bankrolling what it hoped would be an edgy comedy.
A home surveillance system captured video of the suspects breaking into the Wyatt family home on Gobbler Knob Road on Friday afternoon.
The surveillance video shows a woman knocking on the family's home.
When no one answered, a male accomplice kicked the door open. The woman and two men helped themselves to two TVs and several of the family's Christmas presents, including gifts for their 1-year old-son.
The three suspects then drove away in a black Ford Ranger pickup truck.
Jefferson County Sheriff's deputies responded to the Wyatts' home around 9:30 p.m. Friday to investigate the burglary. read more
A man on the scene of a roaring house fire in Rockville, Maryland, approached a news crew Wednesday and confessed to setting the home ablaze. Although the man calling himself Carlos provided ABC7 News with the unsolicited admission, detectives said he went quiet at the police station, requesting a defense attorney. Police later arrested and charged him and call ABC7's on-camera interview a crucial piece of evidence. No one was injured in the Wednesday afternoon fire to the two-story residence, which most likely a total loss. read more