Fred J. Schoeffler suggests scrolling to the bottom to the first article for chronological purposes, so he asks you to work from the last article up to the most recent.
My testimony is here: What does InvestigativeMEDIA mean to Joy A. Collura? Why did she first venture to IM Chapter One? (yarnellhillfirerevelations.com)
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Since 2018, The Summers are usually Fred J. Schoeffler working on recap of last Season making a post and Summers for me, Joy A. Collura, are dedicated to reveal records in a "live" journaling fashion with my health and life events for family and friends. Then we take the other Seasons to what I place out in the Summers and create article type informative posts. I will be away Summer 2022 and zero tie to anything fire related- first time in almost 9 years. If you need anything- Fred is available currently at
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Joy A Collura
June 8, 2022 3am
Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.
1 Thessalonians 5:21 (KJV)
Our website title is about the wildland fire on the weekend of June 28-30, 2013. The revelations portion of my website title concerns the continual journey of documentation, including accounts of those who were there (e.g. local citizens, wildland and municipal firefighters, etc.) Others on this path choose to focus on the first two days before the fatalities occurred on the afternoon of Sunday, June 30, 2013. Whereas, we focus on the crucial fatality day, particularly during the afternoon. Early on, during the alleged "factual" investigation, these "people of authority" used nefarious methods in order to try to divert attention away from what we experienced, documented, and recorded. For example, telling us that we never saw or photographed certain persons or event when, in fact, we did. The alleged "investigators" used others of the same ilk to attempt to manipulate the truth of what occurred on June 30, 2013.
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Brian Lauber IMG-1334 (June 30, 2013 – 4:29 PM) SAIT-SAIR
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Accepting that wildland firefighting is inherently dangerous, our mission is to promote “complete” lessons learned in the wildland fire service, a quasi-military endeavor, by promoting the sacred responsibility of all supervisors as fire service warriors, to ensure the safety and welfare of those they supervise. This is realized by focusing on sound leadership; considering human factors, human errors, and human failures;the Normalization of Deviance; Swiss Cheese Model; and High Reliability Organizations.
We also strive to provide accurate, relevant, and truthful disclosures about the June 2013 Yarnell Hill Fire and Granite Mountain Hot Shot Crew fatalities and the ensuing Serious Accident Investigation Team, Serious Accident Investigation Report, and Learning Reviews and their dubious fact-finding practices and subsequent conclusions. The basic central theme is a likely rogue firing operation that occurred along the Sesame Street and Shrine Corridor area.