Well I`ve been trying to do some more research on this subject and whilst looking at it I went to re-check the original link I posted. Can`t seem to
get it to work myslef so have posted this link which comes without the gruesome piccys.
The link does not work, the first one on the original thread, I wanted to see the pics to judge if they were real or not myself.
Iv heard of human mutilation cases myself, wether not not thier caused by aliens, i wont say.
Thier are some very disturbed beings in this world, human and not human.
Those pics could just be the work of a pyschopath.
But I have not seen them.
And it happened to a US Army sargant in the nevada desert,
two solders were down range looking for a piece ir two of a fest rocket when they got separated by a sand dune.
One heard something and went running over the top of the dune to see the other eing carted off by a saucer.
He reported the incident to be promptly charged with myrder.
the only thing that saved him was the sargants body turning up 5 days later fleshly mutilated exactly as you may want to imagine like the brazilian
theres something cold and unearthly about these visitors..
Agree Bergle... Although this is MCPO (my current predominant opinion) That all likewise mutilation cases are simply non-terrestrials
harvesting animals for sustenance. The cases for human mutilations are few as compared to cattle and other livestock. I also beleive that there is a
certain percentage of NT's that would fall into the criminal category as is here on earth, but I believe that is a small amount and is the minority
and not the majority. Most interactions are peaceful and usually only animals are harvested and not people. I dont think we can lump NT's into one
singular category or mindframe. Too bad Linda doesnt post on here
The images are clearly real but there is nothing to suggest that they are related to the text in any way. They appear to show the body of a tortured
and murdered individual, probably a gang warfare victim.
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