The 9th body, believed to be that of Junior Lubin, found in Lake Killarney today


Tthe body of crash victim, Junior Lubin, to the morgue this afternoon. Photo by Rodney Moncur

Nassau, Bahamas — Aviation officials along with police officials are reporting the discovery of a 9th victim of that fatal plane crash on Tuesday.

BP is reporting shortly after 1 PM today, while making a sweep check at the crash site, investigators discovered the decomposed body of another victim.

Investigators confirm the body is another victim of the crash, however, was short of identify the name of that victim. Sources at the recovery site believe it is the remains of Junior Lubin, who was said to have initially boarded the Cessna 402, along with the advance technical team.

BP cannot confirm if the body is indeed that of Lubin, however, we can report Lubin has yet to been seen or heard from since the crash.

Divers discovered the body in the mangroves near the general area where the wreckage parked yesterday.

The aircraft flown by veteran pilot, Nelson Hanna, crash-landed just after takeoff at the Lynden Pindling International Airport. The team onboard was headed to San Salvador along for an event at the island’s homecoming weekend.

We can confirm the victims are pilot Nelson Hanna, Nat Williams, BEC technician Cory Farquarson, Devon Storr, Sasha Mildor, Lavard Curtis, Chet Johnson and Delon Taylor.

A bogus flight plan failed to report a proper list of persons onboard the aircraft. BP has learnt the aircraft was seen trailing black smoke as it left LPIA.

BP believes, according to preliminary reports, the Aviation Department is complicit in allowing reckless charter operators to practise at the airport and around the country.


  1. BP, It is sad, whom do we blame?

    This is how hundreds of illegal immigrants are flown IN & OUT this country.

    This is how murders take their flight from Island-to-Island.

    This is how a nineteen (19) seat aircraft went missing without a trace from that airport. (Was the planes used to transport nuclear weapons to use on our neighbors to the north?)

    What if the Taliban gets hold of this airport’s slackness?

    Will Atlantis be the next target to hit with a stolen plane?
    These are serious questions my brothers and sisters, and we need answer.

    This is a matter of NATIONAL SECURITY!


    We forgets to quick. Example: Everybody has forgotten about the Straw Vendors!

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