Originally posted by StripedBandit
Was a long read but totally worth it..
It seems very well put together for a hoax.
However, the first thing I did was look up QED International.
Here's an excerpt from the site:
QED International is a leading worldwide motion picture financing, international sales, and production company for filmmakers, investors, and studio partners to bring quality filmed entertainment to the worldwide marketplace. With a team of top executives to facilitate the financing, packaging, and distribution of films, QED is recognized as a destination where high-quality producers can find a full-service partner on their projects to maintain the creative spirit of independent filmmaking while providing attractive returns with mitigated risk to their financing partners, and maximizing the global exploitation of their films.
Originally posted by forall2see
reply to post by ModernDystopia
Interesting that a production company wrote this letter. If this doc is authentic, it sure is a big can of worms.
I have it saved and safe
edit on 4/22/2011 by forall2see because: added content.
When will someone read and understand what you are looking at? It's a long document, sent to the government by someone. It was logged in, recorded, passed through a couple of hands probably laughing before they threw it away. It's part of the public record, though, so it's been digitized, and has been posted for a long time.
The front page is the letter by the sender, the remaining 34 pages are things she sent along to prove her point. They weren't created by the government, endorsed by the government, nor wanted by the government...they were sent to to government and so are part of the public record.
They don't mean a thing...it's all stuff that is available online anyway. All it shows is some C&P crap from the internet that has been brought forward here in ATS many, many times.
Why do people think they are such a big deal? Anything you send the government gets this treatment. You can send them a letter about anything, it goes through a few handlers before it's decided what to do with it. It will eventually get put on the same site years later. It doesn't make it real. It makes it a letter to a bureaucracy.