PHYSICAL EVIDENCE OF THE COVER-UP RHOADES-SENAVITIS-YAFAR


THE MUST SEE VIDEO BEFORE VEHICLES WERE MOVED

Pocono Record Photo Taken of Accident Scene on 10-17-08

Pocono Record Photo Taken of Accident Scene on 10-17-08


TOP TWO PHOTOS AFTER TRUCK WAS MOVED

This is the image that kept being put out for all to see stating how Mr. Senavitis crossed the double yellow line and truck the Cadillac Driven by Senator J. Rhoades. This photo was taken after the pick-up truck was removed from the front passenger side of the Cadillac were it rested against the passenger door and placed straddling the double yellow.

In this photo the pick-up driven by Mr. Senavitis is still resting against the passenger door of the Cadillac in the southbound lane which was Mr. Senavitis lane of travel. The entire front of the Cadillac is in the southbound lane of travel where the initial impact also occured. So there is no misunderstanding, the vehicle in main view on the right in this shot is the emergency vehicle, but as you take a closer look of the photo you will see the passenger side mirror. Look at the black bug guard across the front of the hood you will see it.
This photo is looking up the northbound lane of travel which the Cadillac was traveling as well as Yamila Yafar. The minivan driven by Yamila Yafar was the obstruction in the northbound lane in which caused the Cadillac to shot over to the southbound lane to avoid it. This minivan and Yamila Yafar are on the right of this photo, please make note this is not where her vehicle was at the time of accident.

As this is before the pick-up and Cadillac were moved let me direct you to the pick up. Take a look at the steam arising from the vehicles. You can see that it is actually coming from the truck which is in the front side of the Cadillac just in front of the emergency vehicle. The only clear part you can see is the cab roof of the pick-up.

Another very clear piece of evidence here that has completely disappeared is the hood of the Cadillac, I will explain and this is very important. Note the twist in the hood, the driver’s side is completely straight with no impact dent and lifted in the air several feet. When you follow the front of the hood this is also straight with no sufficient dents also looking pretty straight other than the angle it is twist to which is downward on the passenger side.

This will tell us that this was not a head on collision nor was the contact driver’s side to driver’s side but in fact the accident occurred as the Cadillac went into the oncoming lane at about a 10:00 angle which also is proof as this angle is what made the Cadillac turn counter clockwise and end up in the direction it did. As the pick-up was in it’s lane and traveling straight it held it position of travel staying straight.

Everyone in these photos or who seen these vehicle as this point before they were moved are called witnesses. Pa State Trooper Jason Beers indicated on stand he had gotten to the scene after the vehicles were moved and he did not have his car cam on nor did he get photos. He also indicated he knew of no photos that were taken before the vehicles were moved as they the truck had to be moved immediately for rescue of the passenger of the Cadillac as they rested together.  

 
THIS VIDEO IS AFTER THE TRUCK WAS REMOVED FROM THE CADILLAC

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ACCIDENT SCENE RHOADES/SENAVITIS/YAFAR OF 10-17-08

Pocono Record Photo Taken of Accident Scene on 10-17-08

Pocono Record Photo Taken of Accident Scene on 10-17-08

These photo were taken 10-18-08 as the investigation of the accident was taking place.  The top photo is the Sorthbound lane of travel which is the lane of travel Mr. Senavitis was in and going.  As stated in the Police Report the accident took place in the Nouthbound lane of Senator James Rhoades.  Clearly shown to them during their investation everything is in the Southbound lane including the marks of the resting point of the vehicles.  You must note that the marks of fluid on the double yellow lines is where the pick-up truck driven by Mr. Senavitis was pulled to at the scene for extraction/rescue of Mrs. Edith Rhoades as the truck was resting on the passenger front side and door at final hault of movement.

Bottom photo is the Northbound lane of travel which was the lane of travel Mr. Rhoades was supposed to be in as he was traveling Northbound.  Quit noticeable to anyone there are no marks showing anything happened in the Nouthbound lane as the State Police Report, it was all in Mr. Senavitis’ Southbound lane of travel.

Both photos also give you a good picture of the bridge and shoulder area which which Yamila Yafar was pulled over in to use her cell phone.

"Southbound Lane of Travel"

Rhoades/Senavitis/Yafar

"Rhoades/Senavitis/Yafar"

View from/of Northbound lane

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RHOADES FAMILY STATEMENT OF GRATITUDE TO STATE POLICE AND MONROE COUNTY DISCTRICT ATTORNEYS OFFICE

The Rhoades family released a written statement in response to today’s arrest:

 

Mary Edith Rhoades releases a dove after the dedication of the Senator James J. Rhoades Downtown

“We would like to extend our gratitude to the Pennsylvania State Police and thank them for spending the time and effort to conduct a thorough investigation that has been professionally handled from start to finish. The actions by the Pennsylvania State Police detectives, troopers, and investigators have been nothing less than exemplary. 

“Also, we would like to thank the Monroe County District Attorneys Office who, in conjunction with the State Police, have been professional, courteous, and diligent in their efforts. 

“While the general public and media outlets continued to look for a quick story and fast results, it is extremely important to remember that with any investigation thoroughness outweighs haste. 

“We want to thank the entire community for the tremendous outpouring of support, well-wishes, and prayers. This love, compassion, and support provided to us has been of tremendous assistance during this difficult time. 

“While our grief is understandable, it is difficult to describe the level of disappointment, anger, and sadness this most recent information has caused. While accidents can and do happen, this tragedy was completely avoidable. Due to a grossly malicious and reckless act, we have not only lost a husband, father, and grandfather, but on a larger scale, the community has lost a good man, a dedicated public servant, a steadfast leader, and the number one fighter for school children in the Commonwealth. 

“Because of these charges and the ongoing criminal case, this will be the Rhoades family’s last public statement regarding the accident. We thank the media and general public for respecting our privacy.”

CAPTAIN JAMES MURTIN APPLAUDED YAMILA YAFAR

Yamila Yafar, the driver of the Ford Windstar minivan that was involved in the fatal accident that would claim the life of Pa. Sen. James Rhoades, talks to Monroe County District Attorney David Christine p

Vehicle #3 Minivan Yamila Yafar

Praise Yamila Yafar State Police Captain James Murtin did. He actually applauded her for a forbidden maneuver.

Not even a slap on the hand for committing several traffic violations, endangerment of a child [her own] , being a cause in a fatal accident and just outright ignorant in her actions.

At first it had been said she pulled over to attend her child and had also called 911 after the accident.  Then it went to and stayed to she pulled onto the bridge [an elevated structure, short and narrow] with adequately placed potential danger hazard signs to use her cell phone.  This call must have been life or death for Yamila Yafar because it was for Mr. Rhoades and in actuality for the rest involved including their families.  The Police Report states she never put her vehicle in park.  Was she actually pulled over or still in the act of?  Mr. Rhoades was late for his great award ceremony at Pleasant Valley School, he did secure them $100,000 for renovations for their stadium [football].

Yamila Yafar pulled in at Magistrate Debby York’s Courtroom Building while we were standing outside.  As she walked towards the building Yamila Yafar was approached by State Trooper Beers and County District Attorney David Christine.  They had a short conversation with Yamila Yafar then quickly sent her away. This incident was caught by Channel 16 WNEP who did air this action and the reporters which did publish a picture of them speaking outside.

Testifying under oath Officer Beers couldn’t recall specifics about the third vehicle or driver.  Without her presence there she was not available to testify for the Commonwealth which meant she wouldn’t be cross examined.  Convenient!