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First We Came For Iraq...12-18-18 Mouse Report
by DJ Mouse
Tuesday Dec 18th, 2018 4:14 PM
First we came for Iraq...because we weren't Iraqi...then Wikileaks published the hit on Reuters to go w/ a million dead in way of our oil...but w/ Julian gagged...Saudi murder of Washington Post reporter Jamal Kashoggi proceeds...w/ no one left to care but us savages (1hr.)
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US/UK war on Wikileaks and FBI's viscious treatment of former NSA head William Binney and other whistleblowers highlighted in this weeks horror show...Now that notorious predator Jeffrey Epstein's getaway prosecutor Alexander Acosta leveraged his crimes into heading the Labor Department, and w/ Poppy Bush's getaway driver William Barr headed for the Attorney General's seat, it's 'Eyes Wide Shut' at the wheel of state as usual...of course adding Brett Kavanaugh...a principal in the murder of Vince (FBI is lying about Ultra Air) Foster hamstrings it the way adding a principal in the Kennedy assassination (Mr Bork) would bring on a firestorm...but also hamstring
the court...making civil obedience shut downs of the criminal institution possible...Ultra Air runs out of Omaha Nebraska...ground zero in the GHWB White House child rape Franklin Scandal...BK authored appendix in Starr Report 'drugs for guns' cover up on WH counsel Vince Foster murder (Lying about no car or blood at scene)...On October 22, 1995, the London Sunday Telegraph reported the FBI had inaccurately reported hat Patrick Knowlton told them he had seen at Fort Marcy Park. “They went over it about 20 times, telling me that this was Foster’s car,” said Knowlton. “But I was quite adamant about it. I saw what I saw, and I wasn’t going to change my story…” Four days after the Telegraph article was published, Thursday morning, October 26, 1995, Knowlton was served a subpoena to testify before the Washington, D.C. federal grand jury on the following Wednesday, November 1, 1995. FBI Special Agent Russell Bransford, assigned to Starr’s Office of Independent Counsel, personally served the subpoena at Knowlton’s home. The name of John D. Bates, Deputy Independent Counsel, appeared on the front of the subpoena. The name of Brett M. Kavanaugh, Associate Counsel, was on the back. Harassment of witness Patrick Knowlton began later that same evening. For several days prior to his grand jury appearance Knowlton was intimidated and harassed on the street and in his home by dozens of men, including FBI agent Bransford. Kavanaugh interrogated Knowlton before the grand jurors and had little interest in what he witnessed at Fort Marcy Park. Kavanaugh’s questions seemed designed to make Knowlton appear to be homosexual and someone seeking publicity. Toward the end of the questioning Kavanaugh said, “tell us about the alleged harassment.” Knowlton responded that it “was not alleged, it happened.” He then repeatedly asked Kavanaugh who sent FBI agent Bransford to his home. Twice Kavanaugh responded that they were not there to answer Knowlton’s questions. When Knowlton asked a third time, Bates, who had been seated behind Knowlton said that they (“we”) sent Bransford. Knowlton then explained the harassment he received from Bransford and summarized the intimidation from the previous Thursday and Friday. He was angry that Kavanaugh and Bates were not interested. At the end of his testimony Kavanaugh asked Knowlton a series of questions about a man he had seen in a blue-gray sedan at the park, including one question of a graphic sexual nature.In 1997, Kavanaugh concluded his investigation of Foster’s death and the Office of Independent Counsel Report was released on October 10. The Report stated, “According to the reports of their interviews at the scene on July 20, 1993, [Doody] and [Feist] did not see anyone in or touching Mr. Foster’s car.” This statement is true only because Mr. Foster’s car was not there. This sentence cleverly made it appear Foster’s car was at the park by saying that no one touched it.