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When The Dam Breaks

When The Dam Breaks

Tiffany Jenks took a friend’s IPhone and recorded conversations with people she feared would kill her. Four days after that friend, who did not believe her, had broken up with her, she was found shot in the head. A satanic-style group was arrested and one was charged with manslaughter. The rest were let go.
Tiffany Jenks was a high-level engineer responsible for waterflow through the Grand Coulee Dam as well as twenty other dams in Oregon, She worked for the Bonneville Power Administration. Someone in the Bonneville Power Administration wanted her dead. Why?

Implausible Mind F(*)CK…

Implausible Mind F(*)CK…

What show featured the top-secret agency IMF? “IMF stands for Impossible Missions Force and in the television show, it was an independent espionage agency. In the TV series, IMF agents were part-time and held regular jobs. Most were independently wealthy, so they couldn’t be bribed to part with their secrets. Agents were sent on covert missions to fix dangerous problems around the world.” “In the Mission Impossible series, Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) works for a covert Government agency… Not the…

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The US Is A Corporation but the usA is not

The US Is A Corporation but the usA is not

— See Also: The United States is a Private Corporation Not a Public Government | Waking Times “Incredible” – New Republic Update – Tuesday – October 25, 2016 — The following is 100% plagiarized from NewsFocus.org Reconstruction Era Act Forms Corporate Government   Two Constitutions In The United States The 1st Version Was Suspended In Favor Of A Vatican Corporation In 1871 PressCore.ca – 092911 Pope meeting with the board of directors of The Vatican Bank Since 1871 the United…

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Ireland jails three top bankers over 2008 banking meltdown | Reuters | Irish Times | Your News Wire

Ireland jails three top bankers over 2008 banking meltdown | Reuters | Irish Times | Your News Wire

Via  Irish TImes;  Longest running criminal trial Bowe from Glasnevin, Dublin, McAteer of Greenrath, Tipperary Town, Co Tipperary and Casey from Raheny, Dublin had all pleaded not guilty. On day 89 of the longest running criminal trial in the State’s history a jury convicted Casey. They had already returned guilty verdicts on Bowe and McAteer a week earlier. The jury deliberated for a total of 65 hours. Sentencing McAteer to three and a half years, Judge Nolan said he had…

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