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I really don’t trust the attorney general of the United States and I’m afraid," she continued.
I was forced to remove a tweet to unlock my account in 2016. All correspondence from twitter was in German.
originally posted by: Slichter
a reply to: Bill1960
I just finished watching a rerun of a 2003 movie named "code 46".
Gave me flashback memories of the CIA OXCART program from the early 60's(seeing bats not hips back then).
What is the origin of the OXCART name I had assumed it was an acronym but maybe there was more to that?
Project GUSTO was terminated, and “by a sort of inspired perversity,” an Agency officer later wrote, OXCART was selected from a random list of codenames to designate this R&D and all later work on the A-12. The aircraft itself came to be called that as well.
originally posted by: Guyfriday
a reply to: liveandlearn
I wonder if the moderators for Twitter during this event are in Pakiscam? I say this since if that was the case, then the moderator could have been using their judgement rather then company policies. On the other hand if the moderator was out of … say the US … then this could be an attempt at censorship.
“Here’s the thing,” Raniere says on the 2009 video, which was sent to The Post and also posted last night on youtube.com. “I’ve had people killed because of my beliefs — or because of their beliefs.”
In 2003, 35-year-old environmentalist Kristin Snyder vanished from an Alaska hotel after taking NXIVM classes. Her body was never found.
originally posted by: crankyoldman
Immunity. He is pointing it out for the second time today. My guess, immunity deals were voided - Obama involved is likely why...