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CDC executive arrested for child molestation, bestiality

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posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 01:19 AM
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maybe its her favorite dancer or something.




posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 01:19 AM
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Originally posted by NoAngel2u
So his full name is Thomas Joseph Westerman. Here is a link to mugshots at the dekalb county jail on Sunday. I searched and found him on MySpace. He is pictured with a little boy. I'm feeling nauseated.





So his myspace page education lists:

Major: Psychology B.S. & Criminal Justice B.S.

hmmm....that's interesting.



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 01:39 AM
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Originally posted by hadriana
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IF that linked in profile is right, he looks like way more than that to me- he looks downright placed in positions.
In security work, backgrounds and past employers get checked.
that linked in profile thing, that is just WEIRD.


If you look back I agree with the placed part, that is the truly paranoid side talking though... he has no mil background publicly, or any history of it is inaccessible to anyone but hacks and those with the proper clearances.. it smells of setup, but ascertaining the reason may be something we never know, or won't see til this woman's credentials are thoroughly ruined shes labeled a crack and anything she says is treated suspect... sometimes you don't have to murder someone to shut em up and they are a lesson to anyone following in her footsteps, the links of her page seem loose and a little obvious, if that is the right one, but im wondering that says Health and Human Services not CDC and the link to a different persons page is a little odd too...maybe just a coincidental mistake??
edit on 12/08/11 by LanternOfDiogenes because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 01:43 AM
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goes to M.Tennessee state for 8 years to become.....night watchman?

everythings all plain jane, even the music he likes has got just about every genre.

is this guy an asset? everything seems tailor made to seem just a bit too normal.



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 01:51 AM
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could be


Previously, Dr. Lindsey served as a Senior Health Scientist in the Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response


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As an HIV/AIDS prevention project officer, Dr. Lindsey represented the branch on technical assistance to state and local health departments and other federal agencies and partner organizations



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 02:44 AM
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Some of you need to step down from your pedestal for a moment, at the very least. These people have NOT been convicted, therefore are innocent until proven guilty. I don't know what scares me more, the fact that people are so quick to pass judgement before anything is proven, or that people are so quick to pass judgement at all.

There were no details given out in this case, therefore you do not know the circumstances of the charges brought against them. All you can do is speculate, and speculating is just a step up from assuming.



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 03:11 AM
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Is it weird that when I started reading this... I imagined the CDC? Like, all of the CDC doing this? Man-bear-pig lives!



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 06:26 AM
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Originally posted by getreadyalready
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It sounds fishy to me too. Plus her involvement with a night watchman, and the fact that he got out of jail quick, but she is still in?

The conspiracy theorist in me says this is a shakedown and she is about to cave in to some demand made of her, but the realist in me says there are a lot of sickos out there and this kind of thing is all too common.

Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't.


well if youre correct, then I would expect some sort of "horrible jailhouse accident" to happen to her. You know those unfortunate accidents happen all the time in cases like these and plus pedophiles are extremely hated in the jail system.
just saying.
S+F for you op



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 07:24 AM
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Originally posted by StarfireZeta
This is all I found about him doing a quick search on the world wide web.


Thomas Westerman on LinkedIn

Since this is ATS their may be an underlying conspiracy to the obvious one. I'm going to do more digging on this guy since he is an unknown factor for the most part.
edit on 10-10-2011 by StarfireZeta because: Correction.


looking at this guys "employment record" makes me wonder. How the hell did he get a job guarding a place like the CDC when his record shows repeated dismissals for insubordination. His record shows a clear problem with authority and they hired him to be a guard where the most deadly viruses known to man are stored and studied? This guy shouldnt have been able to guard the deep fryer at McDonalds much less the CDC. This isnt passing the smell test at all.



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 08:06 AM
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Originally posted by Shaade

Originally posted by getreadyalready
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It sounds fishy to me too. Plus her involvement with a night watchman, and the fact that he got out of jail quick, but she is still in?

The conspiracy theorist in me says this is a shakedown and she is about to cave in to some demand made of her, but the realist in me says there are a lot of sickos out there and this kind of thing is all too common.

Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't.


well if youre correct, then I would expect some sort of "horrible jailhouse accident" to happen to her. You know those unfortunate accidents happen all the time in cases like these and plus pedophiles are extremely hated in the jail system.
just saying.
S+F for you op


Sure, jailhouse accident or just a discredit of her expertise so nothing she ever says will be taken seriously ever again.

OR

Maybe she will cave in, and the charges will miraculously disappear?

In my opinion, the best evidence of a conspiracy and a shakedown would be her getting off scott-free after it all turns out to be a giant misunderstanding. That would point to conspiracy in my book.



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 08:09 AM
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People who have sex with children and/or who perform acts of bestiality, should we put to death. Period!



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 12:31 PM
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UPDATE!!!

It seems as though they're moving. Here's an article with more details.
I'm leaning towards them both being sick, twisted, guilty perverts.


DECATUR, Ga. —

A top level administrator at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and her boyfriend are behind bars on child molestation charges.

Police said it all stems from what they did with with a 6-year-old child.

DeKalb County police said Dr. Kimberly Lindsey, 44, and Thomas Westerman, 42, turned themselves in on Sunday after they learned warrants for their arrests had been issued.


www.wsbtv.com...

Well, here we have more info. It seems as though there are two pets involved, which coincides with the fact that the man had two dogs.


After these two get their fair trail, I hope they get everything they have coming to them and then some.
I wonder where they're planning on moving to? More reason why bond should never have been awarded.
edit on 11-10-2011 by Afterthought because: (no reason given)




posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 12:51 PM
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One thing I failed to notice was this line in the above article:


he did say he has prosecuted many cases where parents abuse children.


I think this one line confirms that the child involved was his or her son.



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 01:26 PM
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Originally posted by RelentlessLurker
dont start with your usual knee-jerk reactions.

wait for a conviction at least.

i think this part is fishy:


Emory University graduate, who's been with the CDC since 1999, was formerly a senior health scientist responsible for overseeing a $1.5 billion fiscal allocation process for terrorism preparedness.


1.5 billiion for "terrorism preparedness"? hmmmm......

tinfoil meter is in the red. its certainly in the realm of possibility that they were going to speak out about something their overlords didnt want exposed....

not saying that they arent pervs. it just doesnt smell right when that kind of money is at stake, and the allegations are this crazy, to somebody this "distinguished".

know whattimean vern?


Tried to star it, but Relentless is now banned... Shame, he/she makes a great point here.

The charges are horrific -- which could very well be by design. Let us not judge, yet - I believe that other posters here are correct in advocating we patiently watch to see how this plays out in the chance that these two were set up...

IF it is a set up, I am curious as to what they might have uncovered that have that would provoke this type of response.



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 08:52 PM
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posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 10:53 AM
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Case for her being framed is being made...

Scientists’ Analysis Disputes F.B.I. Closing of Anthrax CaseBy WILLIAM J. BROAD and SCOTT SHANE
Published: October 9, 2011

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Important to note is that the US always charges their “enemies of the state” with lurid sex crimes such as when they targeted former US Marine intelligence analyst and UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter with “criminal solicitation of a minor” after he accused the Bush administration of deliberately lying about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction in order to launch an invasion against them.

The cause for Dr. Lindsey being put on the Obama regimes “enemy of the state” list, this GRU report says, was her assisting the World Health Organization (WHO) in their investigation into the catastrophic 9/11 anthrax attack upon the United States that disputes the findings of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) used to close this case.

Dr. Lindsey’s expertise on weaponized anthrax proved invaluable to WHO scientists whose findings were reported this week, and as we can, in part, read as reported by the InfoWars.Com news service in their report titled World Authority On Anthrax Disputes Government Explanation Of 2001 Attack and which says:

“Three leading scientists, one a world authority on the composition of Anthrax, have produced a paper that presents evidence that directly calls into question the FBI’s version of events surrounding the 2001 anthrax mail attacks.

The paper by Coordinator of the World Health Organization (WHO) Working Group on Anthrax Research and Control, Martin E. Hugh-Jones, biologist Barbara Hatch Rosenberg, and chemist Stuart Jacobsen is to be published in the peer reviewed Journal of Bioterrorism & Biodefense.



Source



posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 10:56 AM
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Sick
and we trust some of these people, smh



posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 09:34 PM
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Thanks for posting that article, relocator.


I'm still on the fence about this being a set up, but this part of the article stuck out at me since it appears to be that one of the scientists was exhibiting symptoms of MK programming and may have been triggered to self destruct.


In 2008, days after Dr. Ivins’s suicide, the bureau made public a sweeping but circumstantial case against him. Last year, the bureau formally closed the case, acknowledging that some scientific questions were unanswered but asserting that the evidence against Dr. Ivins was overwhelming.

Investigators found that the microbiologist had worked unusual late-night hours in his lab in the days before each of the two known anthrax mailings in September and October 2001; that he often mailed letters and packages under assumed names; that he had a history of homicidal threats and spoke of “Crazy Bruce” as a personality that did things he later could not remember.

Dr. Ivins had hidden from family and friends an obsession with a sorority — Kappa Kappa Gamma — with an office near the Princeton, N.J., mailbox where the letters were mailed. The F.B.I. recorded Dr. Ivins’s speaking ambiguously to a friend that he did “not have any recollection” of mailing the letters, that he was “not a killer at heart” and that “I, in my right mind, wouldn’t do it.”

Considering that the crimes Lindsey and her boyfriend are accused of are eerily similar to how MK programming is conducted, I'm beginning to consider that she herself, was a victim of MK Ultra. It may be that her duties have been fulfilled and that she is no longer necessary to the cause and they are wanting to dispose of her. This may be why she was given bond. This may also be the reason why she has not posted it either. If she believes that her life is in danger or that she is aware that her handlers are planning on triggering her self-destruct programming, she may stay in jail because she feels safer. Her boyfriend may have posted bail and been released because he may have been her handler all along. MK victims are usually not free to choose their own partners and are often set up to meet people who are trained in how to control them and make sure they don't get out of line. It's very important that MK victims don't become associated with anyone who may unknowingly trigger an alter personality and decide to help the person, but instead this makes things worse.

Considering most MK victims and handlers were brought into the "system" via family members who started the abuse at a very young age, I'm still not going to discount that the son of the doctor or the night watchman was actually abused in the manner which is stated in the charges. It may be true and this little boy might still not be safe even though the perp/parent is locked up or dead. I wouldn't doubt if someone was already assigned to be waiting in the wings to continue the abuse where it left off.


Wow! What a deep rabbit hole this is turning out to be!



posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 01:42 AM
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Originally posted by Lovebringer
Oh how terrible how can someone do things like that to a child? I hope they punish this man to the fullest extent of the law, and then some. I am not an avid supporter of the death penalty but with cases like this sometimes I wonder if it's not the best thing to simply put people like this down.


Don't blame it all on the man, there was a woman involved as well. I agree completely with the rest of your sentiments thougn



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