Ex-UKIP candidate claims: “Farage pushed crash pilot to suicide”


On General Election day in May 2010, as most readers will know, former UKIP leader Nigel Farage survived, along with the pilot, when a light aircraft towing a UKIP banner as part of Farage’s parliamentary election campaign crashed into a Northamptonshire field, after the banner became entangled and caused the plane to nosedive.

Just over a year later the pilot, Justin Adams, was found guilty of making threats against Mr Farage and received a 2-year community sentence, after his business and personal life collapsed as a result of the crash and subsequent investigation, as his insurance payout was delayed by the ongoing Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) investigation.

18 months after that, Mr Adams was found dead at home in what police called ‘no suspicious circumstances’, after accusing Mr Farage of ‘ruining his life’.

farage-adamsJustin Adams with Nigel Farage

That’s more or less all that’s known in the public domain, but today…

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