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they helped design a record-breaking waterslide — and were arrested after it decapitated a boythey helped design a record-breaking waterslide — and were arrested after it decapitated a boythey helped design a record-breaking waterslide — and were arrested

by:LETIAN     2019-10-10
Jeff Henry and his longtime friend and business partner, John Sculley, combine an ambitious goal with an impossible schedule: to build the world\'s highest waterslide and, in just a few months, show it on a tour Channel show about the water park.
Prosecutors say the two men don\'t have a certificate in mathematics, physics, or engineering --
What is needed to achieve your dreams safely.
It ended tragically in August 2016. Ten-year-
Old Caleb Schwab was beheaded on a journey called Verrückt
Crazy German words.
Prosecutors say a large number of investigators who followed said they found signs of Rush construction and a series of negligence that led to Henry and the school.
Now these two people
The giant of the American water park industry-face second-
Murder charges. The 168-foot-7-Ride in inches high-
Higher than Niagara Falls.
Closed, the Guinness World Record page with Verrückt as the world\'s highest waterslide now gives viewers an error message.
Henry was arrested on March 26.
Schooley was not in the country when the grand jury indictment was released, and he was arrested by the United States. S.
According to Dallas NBC, when the bailiff arrived at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport on Monday nightaffiliate KXAS.
Henry and his brothers and sisters own Schlitterbahn water park and several other parks, and before he opens the world\'s tallest waterslide, he is called a visionary. Mixing roller-
On a roller coaster and a waterslide, Verrückt is his brain.
Investigators say he decided to build it with \"spur\"of-the-
In order to impress the producers of the Xtreme water park series on the Travel Channel, bid instantly.
\"Schooley helps design-
And later tests.
On Verrückt, a group of riders first reduced the nearly vertical 168
The feet are mainly down.
Then they board a series of inertia and \"driven by more than 50 feet\"
According to the indictment, \"pressure water blasting \".
But in some cases, the raft does not slide down directly, but is airborne-
Investigators say the company has been aware of a major design flaw that was eventually ignored in an attempt to fix but failed.
Most of the slides are covered by a net suspended by a metal iron ring, an industry --
Investigators say the statement suggests the danger of Verrückt.
The indictment says the results of the passenger\'s calculations are wrong, they know.
Some rafts will airborne before the second drop, causing the rider to hit the net or the hanging metal hoop that supports it.
One month after another, injuries are increasing.
According to court documents, 13 people were injured during the two years in which Verrückt operated, and many were injured after the raft left the slide.
A month after the ride started, 14-year-
The old man suffered a concussion, court documents said.
In the summer of the next year, there was another teenage concussion,year-
The old woman slipped her spine.
The woman, Brittany Hawkins, is a lifeguard who knows the park operator and tells him that her raft was injured after airborne.
The indictment alleges that former director of operations, Taylor Austin Myers, intercepted the lifeguard\'s accident report and destroyed the witness\'s testimony --
The guards were then instructed to write a statement in which key destructive details of Verrückt were omitted.
He was charged with manslaughter and several serious crimes of harm and serious assault.
Even before Caleb\'s death, a former lifeguard at the park told Kansas City Fox that the car frightened park employees who had to operate and test itaffiliate WDAF.
\"We have to ride three times before we open the park every day,\" said Nathan Campbell . \".
\"They will ask the lifeguard who wants to be a volunteer and no one will raise their hands. \" . . .
Like, \"No, I don\'t want to do that.
Even though the test dummy flew away, they just let us, like, \'Oh yeah, it\'s okay to test this. \'.
\"One day Campbell was chosen as the morning tester.
When I fell for the third time, the raft turned over and hit the wall.
He told the news station that he came home with a back injury and never wrote a report.
It was the last summer he had worked in schlitterbarn.
In August, Caleb climbed into the front seat of one of the rafts.
2016. it is called the official day by the park.
At the end of a minute-
Kaleb, son of the Kansas representative, made a long trek.
Scott Schwab died after being beheaded.
Two women riding with him were injured and fractured.
Their raft collided with a metal rod.
Winter Prosapio, spokesman for Schlitterbahn, objected to several allegations in the indictment and denied that the company and Miles had withheld or altered the evidence.
Caleb\'s death was the result of the accident, not the result of the crime, she said in a statement to The Washington Post: prosapio said: \"We were shocked by the attorney general\'s charges against Taylor and our KC Park. \".
\"We have been accused of driving a car that could have foreseen such a tragic accident, but we have not been able to maintain the allegation beyond the scope of speculation.
Many of us, as well as our children and grandchildren, ride with confidence in safety.
Our business philosophy has always been and will always be safety first.
\"The allegations that we withheld information or changed the evidence are completely wrong,\" she continued . \".
\"From day one, we operate in good faith in the water park --
As we did at the water park and resort.
We put the safety of our guests and staff first;
Safety and maintenance are our top priorities.
\"Before builders break ground, a simple waterslide could require months of computing, computer modeling, and prototyping from trained engineers.
But investigators say engineers have never been directly involved in the concept or design of Verrückt, and Henry, Schooley and their team have completed the prototype within 36 days.
Due to the rush, the indictment stated, they \"skipped the basic steps in the design process.
They rely almost entirely on crude oil tests, not mathematical and physical calculations --and-error methods.
\"Henry\'s email talked about the speed at which it was up and running.
\"I have to communicate the reality to all.
Time is the most important thing. No time to die. J.
He said in an email.
Another saying is: \"This is a product designed for TV, and it is definitely not another product.
100% speed is required. A floor a day. Tough schedule.
Court documents say, \"In some cases, they watch the dummy accelerate down the hill and fly away from the car.
Still, the ride is open to it.
Henry wrote in a message: \"Verrückt may hurt me, it may kill me, it is a very dangerous device today because there are some things we don\'t know
\"We learn more every day. . .
I have seen what this man did to the crash dummy and the ship we sent down.
Start with the prototype.
Our ship also flew on the prototype.
It\'s complex, it\'s fast, it\'s mean.
If we mess things up, it might be the end.
I may die on this journey.
\"Jeff Henry and his longtime friend and business partner, John Sculley, combine an ambitious goal with an impossible schedule: building the world\'s highest waterslide, and show it in just a few months on a tour Channel show about the water park.
Prosecutors say the two men don\'t have a certificate in mathematics, physics, or engineering --
What is needed to achieve your dreams safely.
It ended tragically in August 2016. Ten-year-
Old Caleb Schwab was beheaded on a journey called Verrückt
Crazy German words.
Prosecutors say a large number of investigators who followed said they found signs of Rush construction and a series of negligence that led to Henry and the school.
Now these two people
The giant of the American water park industry-face second-
Murder charges. The 168-foot-7-Ride in inches high-
Higher than Niagara Falls.
Closed, the Guinness World Record page with Verrückt as the world\'s highest waterslide now gives viewers an error message.
Henry was arrested on March 26.
Schooley was not in the country when the grand jury indictment was released, and he was arrested by the United States. S.
According to Dallas NBC, when the bailiff arrived at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport on Monday nightaffiliate KXAS.
Henry and his brothers and sisters own Schlitterbahn water park and several other parks, and before he opens the world\'s tallest waterslide, he is called a visionary. Mixing roller-
On a roller coaster and a waterslide, Verrückt is his brain.
Investigators say he decided to build it with \"spur\"of-the-
In order to impress the producers of the Xtreme water park series on the Travel Channel, bid instantly.
\"Schooley helps design-
And later tests.
On Verrückt, a group of riders first reduced the nearly vertical 168
The feet are mainly down.
Then they board a series of inertia and \"driven by more than 50 feet\"
According to the indictment, \"pressure water blasting \".
But in some cases, the raft does not slide down directly, but is airborne-
Investigators say the company has been aware of a major design flaw that was eventually ignored in an attempt to fix but failed.
Most of the slides are covered by a net suspended by a metal iron ring, an industry --
Investigators say the statement suggests the danger of Verrückt.
The indictment says the results of the passenger\'s calculations are wrong, they know.
Some rafts will airborne before the second drop, causing the rider to hit the net or the hanging metal hoop that supports it.
One month after another, injuries are increasing.
According to court documents, 13 people were injured during the two years in which Verrückt operated, and many were injured after the raft left the slide.
A month after the ride started, 14-year-
The old man suffered a concussion, court documents said.
In the summer of the next year, there was another teenage concussion,year-
The old woman slipped her spine.
The woman, Brittany Hawkins, is a lifeguard who knows the park operator and tells him that her raft was injured after airborne.
The indictment alleges that former director of operations, Taylor Austin Myers, intercepted the lifeguard\'s accident report and destroyed the witness\'s testimony --
The guards were then instructed to write a statement in which key destructive details of Verrückt were omitted.
He was charged with manslaughter and several serious crimes of harm and serious assault.
Even before Caleb\'s death, a former lifeguard at the park told Kansas City Fox that the car frightened park employees who had to operate and test itaffiliate WDAF.
\"We have to ride three times before we open the park every day,\" said Nathan Campbell . \".
\"They will ask the lifeguard who wants to be a volunteer and no one will raise their hands. \" . . .
Like, \"No, I don\'t want to do that.
Even though the test dummy flew away, they just let us, like, \'Oh yeah, it\'s okay to test this. \'.
\"One day Campbell was chosen as the morning tester.
When I fell for the third time, the raft turned over and hit the wall.
He told the news station that he came home with a back injury and never wrote a report.
It was the last summer he had worked in schlitterbarn.
In August, Caleb climbed into the front seat of one of the rafts.
2016. it is called the official day by the park.
At the end of a minute-
Kaleb, son of the Kansas representative, made a long trek.
Scott Schwab died after being beheaded.
Two women riding with him were injured and fractured.
Their raft collided with a metal rod.
Winter Prosapio, spokesman for Schlitterbahn, objected to several allegations in the indictment and denied that the company and Miles had withheld or altered the evidence.
Caleb\'s death was the result of the accident, not the result of the crime, she said in a statement to The Washington Post: prosapio said: \"We were shocked by the attorney general\'s charges against Taylor and our KC Park. \".
\"We have been accused of driving a car that could have foreseen such a tragic accident, but we have not been able to maintain the allegation beyond the scope of speculation.
Many of us, as well as our children and grandchildren, ride with confidence in safety.
Our business philosophy has always been and will always be safety first.
\"The allegations that we withheld information or changed the evidence are completely wrong,\" she continued . \".
\"From day one, we operate in good faith in the water park --
As we did at the water park and resort.
We put the safety of our guests and staff first;
Safety and maintenance are our top priorities.
\"Before builders break ground, a simple waterslide could require months of computing, computer modeling, and prototyping from trained engineers.
But investigators say engineers have never been directly involved in the concept or design of Verrückt, and Henry, Schooley and their team have completed the prototype within 36 days.
Due to the rush, the indictment stated, they \"skipped the basic steps in the design process.
They rely almost entirely on crude oil tests, not mathematical and physical calculations --and-error methods.
\"Henry\'s email talked about the speed at which it was up and running.
\"I have to communicate the reality to all.
Time is the most important thing. No time to die. J.
He said in an email.
Another saying is: \"This is a product designed for TV, and it is definitely not another product.
100% speed is required. A floor a day. Tough schedule.
Court documents say, \"In some cases, they watch the dummy accelerate down the hill and fly away from the car.
Still, the ride is open to it.
Henry wrote in a message: \"Verrückt may hurt me, it may kill me, it is a very dangerous device today because there are some things we don\'t know
\"We learn more every day. . .
I have seen what this man did to the crash dummy and the ship we sent down.
Start with the prototype.
Our ship also flew on the prototype.
It\'s complex, it\'s fast, it\'s mean.
If we mess things up, it might be the end.
I may die on this journey.
\"Jeff Henry and his longtime friend and business partner, John Sculley, combine an ambitious goal with an impossible schedule: building the world\'s highest waterslide, and show it in just a few months on a tour Channel show about the water park.
Prosecutors say the two men don\'t have a certificate in mathematics, physics, or engineering --
What is needed to achieve your dreams safely.
It ended tragically in August 2016. Ten-year-
Old Caleb Schwab was beheaded on a journey called Verrückt
Crazy German words.
Prosecutors say a large number of investigators who followed said they found signs of Rush construction and a series of negligence that led to Henry and the school.
Now these two people
The giant of the American water park industry-face second-
Murder charges. The 168-foot-7-Ride in inches high-
Higher than Niagara Falls.
Closed, the Guinness World Record page with Verrückt as the world\'s highest waterslide now gives viewers an error message.
Henry was arrested on March 26.
Schooley was not in the country when the grand jury indictment was released, and he was arrested by the United States. S.
According to Dallas NBC, when the bailiff arrived at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport on Monday nightaffiliate KXAS.
Henry and his brothers and sisters own Schlitterbahn water park and several other parks, and before he opens the world\'s tallest waterslide, he is called a visionary. Mixing roller-
On a roller coaster and a waterslide, Verrückt is his brain.
Investigators say he decided to build it with \"spur\"of-the-
In order to impress the producers of the Xtreme water park series on the Travel Channel, bid instantly.
\"Schooley helps design-
And later tests.
On Verrückt, a group of riders first reduced the nearly vertical 168
The feet are mainly down.
Then they board a series of inertia and \"driven by more than 50 feet\"
According to the indictment, \"pressure water blasting \".
But in some cases, the raft does not slide down directly, but is airborne-
Investigators say the company has been aware of a major design flaw that was eventually ignored in an attempt to fix but failed.
Most of the slides are covered by a net suspended by a metal iron ring, an industry --
Investigators say the statement suggests the danger of Verrückt.
The indictment says the results of the passenger\'s calculations are wrong, they know.
Some rafts will airborne before the second drop, causing the rider to hit the net or the hanging metal hoop that supports it.
One month after another, injuries are increasing.
According to court documents, 13 people were injured during the two years in which Verrückt operated, and many were injured after the raft left the slide.
A month after the ride started, 14-year-
The old man suffered a concussion, court documents said.
In the summer of the next year, there was another teenage concussion,year-
The old woman slipped her spine.
The woman, Brittany Hawkins, is a lifeguard who knows the park operator and tells him that her raft was injured after airborne.
The indictment alleges that former director of operations, Taylor Austin Myers, intercepted the lifeguard\'s accident report and destroyed the witness\'s testimony --
The guards were then instructed to write a statement in which key destructive details of Verrückt were omitted.
He was charged with manslaughter and several serious crimes of harm and serious assault.
Even before Caleb\'s death, a former lifeguard at the park told Kansas City Fox that the car frightened park employees who had to operate and test itaffiliate WDAF.
\"We have to ride three times before we open the park every day,\" said Nathan Campbell . \".
\"They will ask the lifeguard who wants to be a volunteer and no one will raise their hands. \" . . .
Like, \"No, I don\'t want to do that.
Even though the test dummy flew away, they just let us, like, \'Oh yeah, it\'s okay to test this. \'.
\"One day Campbell was chosen as the morning tester.
When I fell for the third time, the raft turned over and hit the wall.
He told the news station that he came home with a back injury and never wrote a report.
It was the last summer he had worked in schlitterbarn.
In August, Caleb climbed into the front seat of one of the rafts.
2016. it is called the official day by the park.
At the end of a minute-
Kaleb, son of the Kansas representative, made a long trek.
Scott Schwab died after being beheaded.
Two women riding with him were injured and fractured.
Their raft collided with a metal rod.
Winter Prosapio, spokesman for Schlitterbahn, objected to several allegations in the indictment and denied that the company and Miles had withheld or altered the evidence.
Caleb\'s death was the result of the accident, not the result of the crime, she said in a statement to The Washington Post: prosapio said: \"We were shocked by the attorney general\'s charges against Taylor and our KC Park. \".
\"We have been accused of driving a car that could have foreseen such a tragic accident, but we have not been able to maintain the allegation beyond the scope of speculation.
Many of us, as well as our children and grandchildren, ride with confidence in safety.
Our business philosophy has always been and will always be safety first.
\"The allegations that we withheld information or changed the evidence are completely wrong,\" she continued . \".
\"From day one, we operate in good faith in the water park --
As we did at the water park and resort.
We put the safety of our guests and staff first;
Safety and maintenance are our top priorities.
\"Before builders break ground, a simple waterslide could require months of computing, computer modeling, and prototyping from trained engineers.
But investigators say engineers have never been directly involved in the concept or design of Verrückt, and Henry, Schooley and their team have completed the prototype within 36 days.
Due to the rush, the indictment stated, they \"skipped the basic steps in the design process.
They rely almost entirely on crude oil tests, not mathematical and physical calculations --and-error methods.
\"Henry\'s email talked about the speed at which it was up and running.
\"I have to communicate the reality to all.
Time is the most important thing. No time to die. J.
He said in an email.
Another saying is: \"This is a product designed for TV, and it is definitely not another product.
100% speed is required. A floor a day. Tough schedule.
Court documents say, \"In some cases, they watch the dummy accelerate down the hill and fly away from the car.
Still, the ride is open to it.
Henry wrote in a message: \"Verrückt may hurt me, it may kill me, it is a very dangerous device today because there are some things we don\'t know
\"We learn more every day. . .
I have seen what this man did to the crash dummy and the ship we sent down.
Start with the prototype.
Our ship also flew on the prototype.
It\'s complex, it\'s fast, it\'s mean.
If we mess things up, it might be the end.
I may die on this journey.
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