All too often, whistleblowers post their videos on YouTube only for it to be scrubbed either by YouTube itself, or by such nefarious organizations such as the FBI itself. I’ve personally lost complete trust of any of the alphabet agencies. They have all been corrupted to the core. For this reason, we have converted the evidence into an MP4 video so that the evidence will be secured forever. See FAIR USE disclaimer below the video
Published on May 15, 2017

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