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This case is very deep into evil. I am not going to go into too many details unless I'm asked to. I will tell you this. Elisa Lam was lured to L.A. through Facebook by U.S. soldiers serving in South Korea or someone who knows these soldiers. If you recall there was a Facebook page up for a day or two on or around February 17, 2013 with the name Lam Elisa. Elisa had not yet been found in the water tank. On that page Elisa Lam was listed as having "friended" that page. There was a photo of a person named "Richard" dressed as a devil complete with horns. Also there were links to the Facebook pages of the 4 U.S. soldiers. There was also a link on the Lam Elisa Facebook page to "The Cecil Secret Project" on Vimeo. When this first happened I had screen captures of the Facebook pages. I have since switched browsers from Chrome to Firefox, and deleted tons of stuff in hopes of getting better performance on my pc. I had been talking to another member here about this case and found that I still had the link to the Vimeo videos. I sent them to this person, and I think he/she was so freaked out, I never heard from them again. I wish I had saved the Facebook screen capture because this case is definitely tied to satanic people, and of course people will say I'm making this up. I will also state that there were people there in the elevator tormenting Elisa. She could not see them. They were invisible! Crazy you say? Not really because the killers are in the military. I can explain it, but it will take time and an open mind. If any one is interested you can ask about it here or PM me, and I'll put it together for you. Now watch these 3 very creepy Vimeo videos that were linked from the Lam Elisa Facebook page on February 17, 2013 and you'll see that these killers are most likely satanic devil worshippers. I believe they are involved with snuff films. If anyone recognizes the locale of this bridge in the video please let us know. WARNING VIDEOS ARE CREEPY! They are also of a most crappy quality, probably a cheap camera phone.
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reply to post by TruthLover557
I'm not a Facebook type of person, and I can see you have no patience to listen for the connections I can point you to. So you can await the big autopsy results which will not be much.
Cramer described the material's incredible value to soldiers who carry out operations during the day, or those who are trying to evade their enemy. Beyond that, the technology could have use on a larger scale, on submarines, tanks or aircraft, for example. "As news spreads of an invisible Canadian army which can move without detection, the psychological effect on the enemy is devastating, they never know when or even if this invisible army has them targeted or surrounded," he said."How can you hit a target you cannot see, how do you defend from the invisible?"
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Yea but a lot of us shared that article about the invisibility cloak. Even I did. May I ask, you said her name may have something to do with your theory? Can you explain that to me if you will? Thanks Mike.
Approach: Together with a company that developed a prototype rapid direct antigen immunoassay detecting the presence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in clinical specimens such as urine, blood and sputum, we want to explore the sensitivity and specificity in an African clinical setting. Immunological assays detecting directly TB antigens or antibodies against TB have been identified as most promising candidates to substitute and complement smear testing. In a first clinical evaluation the LAM assay has proven to have a high sensitivity and specificity in 231 patients with suspected pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) and 103 healthy volunteers were screened with standard TB tests and with the new LAM-ELISA. Of 132 patients with confirmed pulmonary mycobacterial disease (positive sputum culture), 106 were positive using the LAM-ELISA (sensitivity 80.3%). In comparison, the sensitivity of acid-fast bacilli (AFB) sputum microscopy was 62.1% (82 of 132 confirmed cases). Of the 231 patients, 17 were both culture- and AFB-negative, but had typical radiographic signs of pulmonary mycobacterial infection and did not respond to antibiotic treatment. Of these17 patients, 13 (76.5%) had positive LAM-ELISA test results. To define the specificity of the assay, urine samples from 103 healthy volunteers were also screened using LAM-ELISA. All but one had an optical density below the cut-off (specificity 99%). Of interest was a significant correlation between the level of microscopic density of mycobacteria in sputum and LAM antigen concentration in urine (χ2=8.44). The LAM-ELISA is a field-adapted tool that can improve screening standards in countries with a high incidence of TB. We are currently conducting a much larger final phase III evaluation in TB suspect patients in Mbeya.
reply to post by Mikeultra
Mike is there no way to find a cache of the Facebook page you were talking about? Or anyway you can recover those photos? Maybe take your machine and push it back to about the time you think that you deleted them photos? I mean, we need a bit more about the claim that US soldiers, or friends of US soldiers lured this girl into L.A. for snuff or what have ya.
Now consider how outnumbered the U.S. and South Korean forces are there, and think about this invisibility technology. Read the below excerpt from the Huffington Post Canada article mentioning that the technology can be also be applied to vehicles including tanks. If this technology is for real, think of the advantage that would give to forces who are greatly out-numbered.
reply to post by TruthLover557
It's your thread. I'm sorry if you feel I was intentionally derailing it. That wasn't what I was trying to do. I will go elsewhere.
edit on 22-11-2013 by Mikeultra because: (no reason given)
Has there been much discussion on the video itself? The video seems tampered with i.e. edited with cuts and also slowed down up to 25%. That's the one thing that glares at me, regardless of her strange behaviour - the video has been manipulated in some way. There is a video which compares what the proper speed of the video should have looked like, based on analysing the timer changes. I'm sure this is old news for most, but I will link it here for reference anyway - www.youtube.com... So let's say the video was tampered, the question is why? I know theorizing is a slippery slope, but the can of worms it opens up is kinda creepy. What if the video is in fact, not Eliza? What is in the video that was so concerning, that it was edited/manipulated before giving to the media? What exactly would be the motive for tampering with the security footage at all? I'm not gonna go off into the deep end and suggest ghostly invisible army demons, but the possibility of the security footage being tampered with surely is something worth exploring? At the very least, a full investigation into the Cecil Hotel Staff should have taken place. In my opinion, everyone working at the hotel that day would be a potential suspect.
As someone who owns a CCTV system for my shop, I can comment on the fact that the cameras switch off and stop recording until they sense motion, while the clock still runs. This is why there is a time gap and suddenly you see the door closing, which triggered the motion sensors to turn the camera back on. As for why the elevator isn't working etc I have no clue, but this time gap does not mean it was edited, just that absolutely nothing happened.