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Thread: JetPhotos might clarify a possible murder case in Brazil with HUGE implications

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    Default JetPhotos might clarify a possible murder case in Brazil with HUGE implications

    Hello there!

    1) Yesterday the King Air PR-SOM crashed near Paraty city, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil killing 5 people
    2) One of the passengers was the Brazilian Supreme Court Judge Teori Zavascki
    3) Zavascki was responsible for judging the biggest corruption scandal in the world, known here as "Petrol„o" involving Petrobras
    4) Next week Zavascki was to give an OK to a testimony of the president of Odebrech, a company at the center of this scanal
    5) The testimony involves dozens of politicians, senators and even the Brazilian president, Michel Temer

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-38685289

    6) The suspicion of sabotage is HUGE here in Brazil, few people believe this was an accident
    7) Yahoo journalist ClŠudio Tognolli found that a picture of the doomed airplane hosted here was accessed 1.800+ times on January 3rd

    http://www.jetphotos.net/photohistor...27524&range=30

    If Jetphotos has IP records of requests made to this picture this might help police find out who accessed the picture and, most importantly, WHY.

    I came here the to ask Jetphotos administrators to collaborate with Brazilian Federal Police to help them clarify this, certainly, unusual and suspicious number of access to a picture that had 400+ access until January.

    thank you
    Anderson Fortaleza

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    That is indeed very interesting. I don't know what this website's administration could do or would want to do. But, if you haven't done so already, I suggest you report this finding to your own police and justice authorities right away, so the proper authorities can investigate, perhaps in collaboration with US law enforcement.

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    Hi,

    Unfortunately we do not save logs for the site for this long. We have no logs saved from 3rd January so cannot help with this request.

    One thing to note is that the photo would have been visible on the Flightradar24 website on 3rd January which may have lead to some of the views.

    Thanks,
    Laurence

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    Quote Originally Posted by laurencefr24 View Post
    Hi,

    Unfortunately we do not save logs for the site for this long. We have no logs saved from 3rd January so cannot help with this request.

    One thing to note is that the photo would have been visible on the Flightradar24 website on 3rd January which may have lead to some of the views.

    Thanks,
    Laurence
    Thank you Laurence. The Brazilian Federal Police is aware of this, it has been widely reported on social network. There must be a table with the number of views per day where that information is taken from.


    The information might be sumarized in real time from a table that might have the IP address but if the table itself is sumarized then the information might have been lost.

    thx
    Anderson Fortaleza

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