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New Jersey Farm Owner Sues Pilot Over Murdered Goose
As the whole world is still celebrating the successful plane landing in New York's Hudson river, Jim Long, the owner of a poultry farm is filing a fourteen million dollarlawsuit against U.S Airways and its pilot.
After some investigation Jim concluded that the bird hit by the plane's left jet engine was his favorite, two month pregnant, domesticated goose, Jennifer. She belongedto his company, Fresh Poultry Inc., which is based in Livingston, NJ, sixteen miles west of New York City.
The lawsuit amount includes the price of killed and injured birds, and their eggs, making the accused responsible for four future generations plus emotional damages.
The story told by Jim's attorney describes how eleven birds en route home from their daily rounds, miles away from any airport, were deliberately hit by the bloodthirstyU.S Airways pilot from Danville, California.
The attorney claims the pilot turned the plane into the birds' path instantly killing two geese and injuring three, one of them critically.
Mr. Long is also suing FDNY and NYPD for ignoring the birds' plight during the incident. While rescuers were all busy saving plane passengers, nobody made any efforts topull the geese from cold water.
Jim knew something was wrong when he saw the geese flying in the missing goose formation, usually displayed as an aerial salute in memory of a fallen bird thatexperiences such a horrible fate.
With tears on his eyes Jim recalled the whole heroic life of his beloved goose. It was a selfless act, putting her body in path of danger, thus saving the rest of theflock.
"Jennifer, I will always remember you! Old geese never die, they just fade away," claimed farm owner.
Further investigation of the surveillance videos revealed that while the pilot landed the plane akwardly with large splashes, the heroic birds who survived the strikeshowed exemplary landing techniques, touching water as smoothly as possible.
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