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06-23-2017 09:02 PM  4 months agoPost 61
banshee rider

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I'm not going to debate legalities of MY situation in this thread. Stay on topic. . Reply sent via PM Banshee Rider. . Please create a new thread if you'd like to go further in debate off of this thread topic, or mind your own business. Otherwise, you're more than welcome to come test my home security and see how that turns out as well.

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06-23-2017 09:58 PM  4 months agoPost 62
EEngineer

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"Better check page 37 "

I did, and you read the law incorrectly.

Never trespass in OK for any reason....

Anyway, why not try to stay on topic, rather than get distracted by this.

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07-06-2017 05:22 PM  4 months agoPost 63
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Registration Regulation Officially Dead

Forgive me if this has already been posted, but the federal court issued its "mandate" (making the registration regulation officially void as to model aircraft), and the FAA has established a process to remove yourself from the registry:

https://www.faa.gov/uas/getting_sta...ation_deletion/

Given that the registry was unlawful in the first place, I believe it is not appropriate or lawful for them to require people to "certify" before they can get the unlawfully-obtained information deleted.

My guess is that the FAA is trying to stall, regardless of the law, while waiting for Congress to give them authority.

I doubt many of those who registered will even learn of this process.

Also, since the court vacated the registration regulation regarding model aircraft, the registry should no longer exist for model aircraft. Period. At least for now.

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07-06-2017 05:30 PM  4 months agoPost 64
EEngineer

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Hi, John

"My guess is that the FAA is trying to stall, regardless of the law, while waiting for Congress to give them authority."

Thanks for the update....

I also believe they're stalling....and Congress will take their time, as usual....

As Congress has "bigger fish to fry"....

Also, isn't Huerta's time just about up as FAA admin.?

Perhaps, when he's gone....there will be even more time.

Keep up your good work!

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07-06-2017 05:55 PM  4 months agoPost 65
AirWolfRC

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I wonder how all the "sheep" that did register feel now ?

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07-06-2017 06:03 PM  4 months agoPost 66
EEngineer

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Like suckers?.....

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07-06-2017 06:11 PM  4 months agoPost 67
zonker

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Did anyone click the link? The site says, "Page Not Found."

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07-06-2017 06:14 PM  4 months agoPost 68
EEngineer

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Maybe the FAA had a "run" on people wanting their money back...

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07-06-2017 06:17 PM  4 months agoPost 69
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I corrected the link.

I certainly don't fault anyone for registering.

Given what Congress is doing, I suspect they'll authorize registration. At least then it will be done by our elected officials, and not be an agency ignoring the law.

My hope was that the decision would come down while there was a lull in interest, but that didn't happen.

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07-06-2017 06:31 PM  4 months agoPost 70
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"At least then it will be done by our elected officials, and not be an agency ignoring the law."

Our elected officials should be using their time to attend to issues such as reducing the national debt, health care insurance, tax reforms, etc....

And not wasting what little time they actually spend with such an issue as this.

Besides, unelected bureaucrats "draw up" the laws that Congress actually votes on.....as seen when Pelosi makes such stupid comments as "We have to vote on a bill before we know what's in it".

Congress themselves should have to actually write such bills....totally by themselves.

That in itself would make them 99% less complicated....

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