csx2039 wrote:Heresay and speculation? I did give you facts, you just didn't like them. Customs was not holding them that night. Track speed is all 25 south of the border. Check your daily DOB, they were going down hill on both occasions. The truth is the truth it's just that some people don't like hearing it cause it makes them uncomfortable. This still doesn't change the fact.
It's not that I don't like your "facts" or that they make me uncomfortable, it's that you haven't provided any details to substantiate them. You've made some serious accusations about the CMQ crews, all I'm asking is that you provide some specifics.
When you say that the crew was not held by customs I would like to know how you would know that, were you privy to some information on this?
When you write about crews being outlawed at various locations do you have the specifics of the trips?
How are you obtaining the CMQ DOB?
How did you ascertain that their train movements were at speeds of 13-14 MPH?
You stated that "Management needs to start downloading the engine to see what the hell thier crews are doing." Are you aware that they are required to do this at regular intervals by Transport Canada? So, if crews were doing what you're accusing them of, CMQ officials would be well aware of it.
You've accused these people of "bending the rules to work in there favor" of being "lazy" and seem disappointed that dismissed employees have been reinstated. I'm not trying to change your opinion, I'm trying to understand it.