Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Confounding, Oct 21, 2017.
Also at the Last Refuge page: "Three-fourths of the doctor visits resulted in drug treatment....'
On the Last Refuge page, we pick up the drug trajectory: scroll to Benson II, on 6 Nov 2017 @ 11:05 A.
Autopsy for Devin Patrick Kelly mentions a gunshot wound to the head, though as yet, no blood-sample report.
'While the higher-level groups didn't take physical action against unions, they deflected workers' frustrations away from employers, racist politicians, and blockbusting real estate firms by instead directing their anxiety and anger toward blacks and their leaders.
Congressional investigators spotlighted one of these high-level Southern business groups, whose president said in a speech after Dr. King's murder "that Martin Luther King brought his crime upon himself." The members of this group included an "assistant Vice President [of] Southern Bell....Atlanta," a "Vice President [of] Mississippi Power & Light," and one of the highest executives at "Carolina Power & Light." '
In contrast to the inflammatory rhetoric found in publications from the Klan and in Stoner's Thunderbolt newspaper, this Southern business group's literature featured smoothly written, PR-savvy denunciations of the media's coverage of racism in the South and "communist infiltration of the Negro movement." They also favored ending union rights and sanctions against civil rights in 1967 -- and the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) discovered that one of its members had offered a contract on Dr. King's life.
John Sutherland was a member of that business group and Congressional investigators found that he was also a member and "early organizer" of the White Citizen's Council in St. Louis....Byers Testified that "Sutherland offered [him] $50,000 to kill Martin Luther King." '
(Legacy of Secrecy, p. 500)
The blockbusting concept mentioned also relates to drug trafficking, as in the Clinton mafia's link to the Bedford Heroin Rally, Michigan and to British Intelligence at Oliver Springs,Tennessee, which latter link is also for Clower familial DNA at Mena, Arkansas..
A closer look at familial DNA seems timely.
Sutherland Springs, Texas
Sutherland Springs, Texas - Wikipedia
The James Holmes question is the Kelly question: what meds? Conflicting stories about Devin Kelly stem from two locations for Peak Behavioral Health Services: El Paso, Texas and Teresa, Texas.
There is a double-town phenomenon for JFK and MLK assassinations:
''But "the night before he was to interview a significant witness" -- a nightclub owner Congressional investigators had linked to Marcello -- Sartor was murdered. It took twenty-one years until the Waco, Texas, district attorney "officially declared [Sartor's] death a homicide."
Sartor was getting his information about the plot second- and thirdhand,so some details are wrong. For example, he (or his source) assumed that the town of Quitman being discussed was the one in Mississippi, the state where Sartor lived, instead of Quitman, Georgia, the home of Joseph Milteer. But other sources and documents corroborate many aspects of Sartor's basic story.'
(Legacy of Secrecy, p. 514)
Errata: should be Teresa, New Mexico.
Thusfar for the Jeames Holmes question, there are two mass-murder links to the Christian and Missionary Alliance mafia:
1.) Colorado Springs, Colorado, Devin Patrick Kelly.
2.) West Paducah, Kentucky, Michael Carneal.
Every mass shooting over last 20 years has one thing in common... and it's not guns
Separate names with a comma.