About the Author

Alfred Adams Conspiracy

About The Author​

Alfred M. Adams

Alfred Adams has been a professional pilot for forty-four years, settling in Scottsdale, Arizona. He has flown thousands of hours in jet airplanes, helicopters, seaplanes, and gliders. His experience includes flying as a pilot on air carriers, corporate aviation, instructor, and testing airplanes and helicopters. Due to Alfred’s vast experience, he was able to obtain employment anywhere in the world, which he took full advantage of. Alfred, in the course of his career in aviation, was able to teach his brother’s son-in-law, Vince, to fly. A year later, an FAA Air Traffic Controller at the Van Nuys Control Tower became thoroughly confused and demanded Vince to execute an unsafe maneuver the airplane was incapable of performing and it crashed, killing Vince and his passenger, Alfred’s brother—a conspiracy that entangled Alfred. Alfred authors “Conspiracy,” an autobiography of his accomplishments as a pilot and what he did in an attempt to escape the FAA’s vendetta against him following Vince’s wrongful death.