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PostPosted: Mon Dec 30, 2019 2:55 pm 
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I know UFO researches have been investigating a rash of cattle mutilations that have gone on in that area for decades and had increased in 2018-19, maybe they are trying to catch it in the act... :idea:

Definitely strange whatever it is. Though I have my suspicions that it's military related and they're just acting like they have no idea what is going on.


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Plook wrote:
I know UFO researches have been investigating a rash of cattle mutilations that have gone on in that area for decades and had increased in 2018-19, maybe they are trying to catch it in the act... :idea:

Definitely strange whatever it is. Though I have my suspicions that it's military related and they're just acting like they have no idea what is going on.


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Jeffrey Epstein Gruesome Autopsy and Jail Cell Photos
https://www.tmz.com/2020/01/06/jeffrey-epstein-jail-cell-photo-suicide-murder-questions-raised/
1/6/2020 7:28 AM PT

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Jeffrey Epstein's autopsy has revealed how he may have killed himself in his jail cell, as photos show nooses fashioned from orange bedsheets ... and the bloody neck wound from where he hanged himself ... but some experts think it could have been murder.

The photographs were obtained by "60 Minutes" and shown Sunday night during an interview about Epstein's apparent suicide and the conspiracy theories that have followed. Along with pics of the nooses and Epstein's neck and dead body, there's also a photo of a handwritten note found in his cell.

The note seemingly contains complaints Epstein jotted down about prison conditions, including "Kept me in a locked shower stall for 1 hr," "sent me burnt food" and "Giant bugs crawling over my hands. NO FUN!!"

There's also a photo of Epstein's prescription medicine bottles and other meds, like a bottle of Milk of Magnesia.



The conspiracy theories surrounding Epstein's death have been fueled in part by forensic expert Dr. Michael Baden, who claims evidence suggests he was strangled and murdered more so than suicidal hanging.

Baden points out during the interview that Epstein's neck suffered 3 fractures ... something he has never encountered in a suicide. He says 1 bone commonly breaks, 2 almost never happens, and 3 is unheard of.

Baden stops short of declaring Epstein was murdered ... but says he's waiting for all the evidence to come in.

As we're reported ... Epstein's team is not satisfied with his cause of death being ruled a suicide, but Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Barbara Sampson, stands by the investigation and findings.

Of course, there are other issues adding to the conspiracy angle ... like the guards at the jail being charged for falsifying records and allegedly napping and shopping the night Epstein died.

It's also been determined that Epstein should never have been left alone in his cell, but for whatever reason ... he was.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 11, 2020 10:22 am 
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Photos show Bill Clinton, Ghislaine Maxwell on Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ jet
By Lia Eustachewich and Tamar Lapin

January 9, 2020 | 11:01am
https://nypost.com/2020/01/09/photos-show-bill-clinton-ghislaine-maxwell-on-epsteins-lolita-express-jet/

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Bill Clinton and Ghislaine Maxwell aboard the "Lolita Express"

It was the president and the pedo.

Photos obtained by The Post on Thursday show former President Bill Clinton posing aboard Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet — dubbed the “Lolita Express” — with the sex fiend’s alleged procuress Ghislaine Maxwell and one of his rape accusers.

The slew of images reveal the former commander in chief’s 2002 trip to Africa with Epstein and a host of celebrities, including accused perv Kevin Spacey and comedian Chris Tucker.

In one photo, Clinton and Maxwell smile at the top of the plane’s stairs, with the ex-president resting his arms on the alleged madame’s shoulder.

Another image shows Clinton with his arm slung around Chauntae Davies, then 22, who has accused Epstein of raping her when she worked as his personal masseuse.

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Other images from the trip show Tucker with a set of headphones on, Spacey in front of a table heaped with jewels and Clinton chomping on a cigar.

Davies, now 40, has not accused Clinton, Tucker or Spacey of any wrongdoing on the five-day humanitarian trip, which she says was hosted by Clinton’s foundation.

There’s also no evidence the three famous men knew of the disturbing allegations against Epstein at the time. Davies says the rape did not happen on that trip. However, Davies told The Sun, “It’s clear that Epstein was using this private jet and his wealth to get close to rich and powerful people.

“Looking back at these images now, it raises a lot of questions about why Bill Clinton was using the plane and what perhaps Jeffrey may have been trying to accomplish by having him around,” she told The Sun.

Davies has said she was a young, aspiring masseuse in 2001 when she was introduced to Maxwell by one of her massage teachers and hired on the spot.

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A few months later, after a handful of rubdown sessions, Davies said Epstein raped her on his private Caribbean island and then two or three more times. Over the next few years, she continued to work as a masseuse for the financier and continued to have what she described as non-consensual sex with him.

The former president, though, was a “complete gentleman,” she said.

“I thought him to be charming and sweet.”

She said she could hardly believe the trip was real.

“I was going to Africa with the most eclectic group of people imaginable,” Davies recalled. “Everybody cracked jokes at one another. Clinton was chiming in cracking jokes along with us.”

Epstein, 66, died while locked up in federal jail in Manhattan shortly after he was arrested on sex-trafficking charges. His death was ruled a suicide by hanging.

In a previous statement, Clinton denied having knowledge of Epstein’s alleged behavior.


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Corey Feldman announces second screening of his tell-all docu that'll expose Hollywood's 'pedophile ring'
He says the tickets for the film to be screened for the first time on March 9 are selling fast. The second streaming will be on March 10 at 12 pm Pacific Time

https://meaww.com/corey-feldman-announces-second-screening-of-film-exposing-hollywood-pedophile-ring

By Namrata Tripathi
Published on : 06:27 PST, Mar 3, 2020

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Actor Corey Feldman has announced that his much-anticipated documentary '(My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys' is set to have a second screening.

He said that the tickets for the film, set to debut on March 9, are selling fast and he wanted to give his followers on the east coast and overseas a chance to see his film at a reasonable hour.

Feldman has vowed to make some big revelations linked to Hollywood insiders responsible for his and his late friend Corey Haim's sexual abuse when they were child actors in the industry. The actor had initially said that the film would only be aired once. The world premiere for the exposé is set to be held in Los Angeles, which will be screened live for people who have purchased the tickets for the film.

The second streaming of the film will be on March 10 at 12 pm Pacific Time, which means 3 pm for the east coast and 8 pm for most of Europe. Reports state that east coasters and international fans who have already purchased tickets for the original March 9 screening will be able to watch the film on the 10th without paying for extra viewing. There will be a separate $20 charge for anyone who wants to watch the documentary twice.

Feldman made the revelation of a second screening during a live video where he appeared to be in great spirits and stated that the film is almost complete.

Haim and Feldman first opened up about the sexual abuse they endured in the entertainment industry in a 2007 show called 'The 2 Corey's Haim & Feldman'. Feldman, shortly after the show's finale, made a promise off-camera that if Haim were to die first, he would find a way to get his story out and would try to bring their abusers to justice.

Feldman's exposé, directed by Brian Herzlinger, will include first time interviews of many people who grew up with the two Coreys and witnessed the pain and pressure they endured in the industry. The film features interviews with co-stars Keith Coogan, Jamison Newlander, Susie Feldman, and the late Kristoff St John in his final words, speaking openly about child abuse in Hollywood.

The film also includes a rare interview with former Disney TV Star Ricky Garcia who recently filed charges against his manager and his former agent from APA in Hollywood.


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Inside Corey Feldman’s wild screening of his sexual abuse film as it went off the rails
By Amy KaufmanStaff Writer
March 10, 2020
11:15 AM
https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/story/2020-03-10/corey-feldman-documentary-sexual-abuse

It was supposed to be Corey Feldman’s big night.

For years, he had cryptically alluded to the Hollywood players who he alleged had sexually abused him and his best friend, fellow actor Corey Haim, when the two were boys. Now, 10 years after Haim’s death, Feldman was ready to publicly call out the alleged predators in a documentary called “My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys.”

The film, Feldman said, had been rejected by traditional theatrical distributors. So he decided to release it in an unconventional fashion, setting up a website where the film would be available for streaming to anyone who paid $20 on Monday evening. At the same time, the 48-year-old would host an industry premiere on behalf of the documentary at the Directors Guild of America’s headquarters in Los Angeles.

But at 8 p.m. Monday, when the film was supposed to begin streaming online, paying customers were met with an error message. Realizing the website was down, Feldman decided to halt the screening at the DGA after 10 minutes until the technical issues were resolved. But they never were.

“I’d love to say this was all a big act, but it’s not. It’s real,” Feldman told the crowd inside the theater where he and his team stood on stage, frantically trying to figure out how to proceed. In the projection room, one of the film’s producers was on the phone with the digital provider, trying to figure out why the film wasn’t streaming.

Feldman asked his producer to amplify the phone call through a loudspeaker so that the audience could hear the technicians describe how the servers had been “attacked” numerous times by “hackers.” (“Please be patient,” a message read on the film’s website. “The hackers are trying to prevent the stream from airing. The program will begin momentarily. We appreciate your patience and support!”)

As he mulled his options, the room began to grow restless, and Rosanna Arquette — who was seated alongside the likes of Patricia Richardson, Dave Navarro, Chris Kattan and Jamie Kennedy — urged him to move forward with the screening.

“Rosanna Arquette says we gotta do it,” Feldman said. “I want you all to back me when I get sued.”

While the online screening was ultimately canceled, the one at the DGA did continue.

Early Tuesday morning, Feldman was already apologizing for the failed online event and pointing fingers in an all-caps update on Twitter: “I GIV U MY PERSONAL GUARANTEE THAT EVERYONE WILL GET 2 C THE FILM! EVEN IF I HAVTA [BURN] DVDS & SEND THEM 2 EACH OF U! NOTHING WILL KEEP #MYTRUTHDOC FROM COMING OUT! THIS IS INSANE! PLEASE PRAY 4 US!

In the movie, Feldman discloses details about the sexual abuse he says he suffered as a child. He also alleges that Haim faced similar abuse, most notably at the hands of actor Charlie Sheen. Haim was 13 when he met Sheen, who was 19 at the time, on the set of the 1985 film “Lucas.”

“This wasn’t like a one-time thing [Haim] said in passing. It wasn’t like, ‘Oh, by the way, this happened.’ He went into great detail,” Feldman says in the movie. “He told me, ‘Charlie bent me over in between two trailers and put Crisco oil on my butt and raped me in broad daylight. Anybody could have walked by, anybody could have seen it.’”

Sheen’s publicist released a statement to The Times on Tuesday morning.

“These sick, twisted and outlandish allegations never occurred. Period,” Sheen said. “I would urge everyone to consider the source and read what his mother Judy Haim has to say.”

Judy Haim has for years asserted that he was not sexually abused by Sheen. In a 2017 interview on “The Dr. Oz Show,” she told the host that she didn’t see “one change in character” in her son after he filmed “Lucas.”

“I would have known if anything was wrong. My kid hid nothing. He was, like, transparent. He never hid anything, he was Corey. It’s out of character, that’s No. 1,” she told Oz. “When my son was 13, he’s not going to go and ask Charlie Sheen to go and sleep with him.”

Sheen, who has not had a major acting role since the 2017 flop “9/11,” has long maintained that he never assaulted Haim.

In 2017, after the National Enquirer published a story claiming Sheen and Haim smoked pot and had anal sex, the actor told the Hollywood Reporter that he “categorically” denied the allegations.

That same year, Sheen sued the tabloid and reiterated his innocence to TMZ: “These radically groundless and unfounded allegations end now. I now take a passionate stand against those who wish to even entertain the sick and twisted lies against me.” One year later, he voluntarily dismissed the lawsuit.

Feldman is not the only one who makes the assault allegation against Sheen in the documentary. The accusation is repeated by Feldman’s ex-wife, Susannah Sprague, “The Lost Boys” costar Jamison Newlander, “The Two Coreys” producer Scott Carlson, actor Henry Penzi and late friend Gary Hays.

The allegation would likely have been discussed during a panel scheduled to follow the documentary premiere. But after the film’s end credits, Feldman walked back to the front of the theater and told the room he felt it was inappropriate to move forward with the question-and-answer session.

“I am just a bit lost as to what we do next, and I guess I have to figure it out,” he said as some scoffed from their seats. Feldman went on to explain that the E! News journalist who was supposed to moderate the panel had been forced to drop out by the network two hours before the event. He said he was also frustrated with the Associated Press, which he said backed out of a live interview on Monday after watching an embargoed copy of the film.

“They said, ‘There’s no there there,’” Feldman told the crowd, adding that he had made “like a million dollars in ticket sales” Monday evening. “‘There’s no story here. This has been previously reported. There’s no news here.’ So this is a really, really crazy strong showing of the dark side trying to keep this silent. And we — all of us here tonight — are saying that’s not OK.”

He urged the remaining moviegoers to head to the Sunset Strip, where “free pizza and potato skins” awaited at the Rainbow Bar and Grill. Prior to attending the party, however, Feldman was supposed to complete interviews with some members of the press. But 20 minutes after the documentary was over, Feldman was nowhere to be found.

“Did Corey leave? He just left me with all the ... press. I’m ... done,” his publicist, Samantha Waranch, who once dated Haim and is featured in the film, vented with a few F-bombs as she searched for Feldman.

Waranch offered to share her car over to the Rainbow with me, promising she would help track down Feldman there. While Ron Jeremy and Crystal Hefner were camped out in booths, however, Feldman was nowhere to be found.

“I wanna quit,” Waranch joked, standing amid clouds of cigarette smoke as her calls continued to go to Feldman’s voicemail. About an hour later, Feldman finally arrived, flanked by his wife, Playboy playmate Shauna Sand, and a bevy of paparazzi.

“I’m so sorry to keep you waiting,” he said, offering a hug. A team of a half-dozen security guards he had hired led him to a table at the back of the room.

“I’m very frustrated,” he said, sliding into a booth. “I expected a big celebration and now I don’t feel celebratory at all. I’m very upset.”

Referring to whoever allegedly attacked his website as “terrorists and pedo-protectors,” Feldman admitted he was unsure of how he would move forward with the release of the film. Another streaming event was planned for noon PDT Tuesday, and he said that anyone who had issues watching it on Monday night would be granted access to the second screening.

“If it does not stream, then we’re going to have to start speaking to actual distribution companies and think of an actual distribution alternative,” he said. Feldman said that he initially met with two companies about releasing the documentary: Netflix and Lifetime, the latter of which is owned by A+E Networks, which made “The Two Coreys,” his 2007 reality show with Haim.

“Lifetime was really odd, because they were really excited about it and said it’s a no-brainer,” Feldman said, noting that Lifetime had also aired the 2018 movie “A Tale of Two Coreys.” “And then at the last minute, they got cold feet and they didn’t really give much of an explanation.

“Everybody’s afraid to take the risk,” he continued. “Netflix was afraid to take the risk. They said: ‘We don’t break news stories. We do movies that have already been broken, so if it’s a story that people know, we follow up on that story.’”

In financing the movie himself, Feldman said he has spent around $1.7 million. He initially had an investor who promised him $125,000, but when that money fell through, Feldman went on the reality show “Marriage Boot Camp” to make ends meet. (“I did a terrible reality show. But hey, whatever it takes for the greater good.”)

After spending $300,000 on the production, he said, he had to pay a $1-million deductible for film insurance and $400,000 more between the insurance premium and the upfront fees for the streaming platform.

Feldman said he felt particularly motivated to make the film after the #MeToo movement launched in 2017. He found himself with tens of thousands of new Twitter followers, many of whom were urging him: “Now is the time. Name the names.”

“I’m on tour going, ‘Not the time. Not the place,’” he recalled. “It worked, I guess. It’s not fair that I had to stop everything I was doing. I felt very pressured.”
He paused to get Waranch’s attention.

“Sammy, can I get some food?” he asked. “I want the food that I paid for. I paid for all this food, and I don’t see it anywhere. I want the damn potato skins!”

One of the hired security guards swiftly obtained the skins.

“As I said, the most important thing is victims finding the courage to speak their truth,” Feldman continued, biting into a potato. “What [ hackers] are doing right now creates more fear and confusion. The victims feel intimidated. They’re gonna go, ‘I try to speak my truth and look what happened to Corey.’ That’s not OK. That’s why I give my word to each and every person that paid for this film that they are going to see this film no matter what.”

He went on: “Nothing will stop this, because God gave me the strength to get this far. I will not stop until I’m either dead — and it’s not a challenge — or I get the justice that I deserve, which means everybody gets to hear it. Justice to me is knowing that anybody that wants to see the truth is able to see the truth, absolutely. But there’s so much more to it than that. What’s most important is that these guys are behind bars. You can’t go around hurting children and get away with it anymore.”


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Engineer intentionally crashes train near hospital ship Mercy, believing in weird coronavirus conspiracy, feds say
https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2020/04/02/train-derails-usns-mercy-coronavirus/

Meagan Flynn
April 2, 2020 at 3:29 a.m. PDT

On Tuesday afternoon, California Highway Patrol officer Dillon Eckerfield was rumbling down Harbor Avenue on his police motorcycle, in San Pedro, Calif., when he witnessed a strange sight: a freight train flying off the end of the tracks.

It didn’t even try to slow down. He watched it smash through the concrete and steel barriers at the track’s dead end, near the Port of Los Angeles. It crashed through a chain-link fence, careened through a parking lot and another gravel lot — barely missing three occupied vehicles — and then finally, after taking out another fence, came to a halt.

Roughly 800 feet ahead was the USNS Mercy, the Navy medical ship providing relief to hospitals overburdened with coronavirus patients — where police now believe the train’s engineer was intentionally headed.

Eckerfield pulled a U-turn, speeding in the direction of the spectacular train wreck, according to an FBI affidavit describing the incident. As he approached, he could see a man in a bright yellow fluorescent vest jump down from the train’s cab and start running. He was easy to follow. Eckerfield sped into the West Basin Container Terminal, an enormous ship cargo yard, and found the man in the yellow vest walking toward him. Eckerfield drew his weapon and ordered the man onto the ground.

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This aerial image shows a Pacific Harbor Line train that derailed Tuesday near the Port of Los Angeles after running through the end of the track and crashing through barriers, finally coming to rest about 800 feet from the docked USNS Mercy. (KABC-TV/AP)

Right away, as Eckerfield placed him under arrest, the suspect spilled out his story.

“You only get this chance once. The whole world is watching,” the suspect, later identified as Eduardo Moreno, told Eckerfield. “I had to. People don’t know what’s going on here. Now they will.”

Moreno, 44, was charged Wednesday in federal court with one count of train wrecking after admitting to intentionally running the train off the tracks in the direction of the Mercy hospital ship, the U.S. attorney’s office in Los Angeles said in a statement. No one was injured in the wreck, which caused a “substantial fuel leak” handled by firefighters, prosecutors said.

Prosecutors say Moreno was “suspicious of the USNS Mercy,” believing officials were lying about its true purpose. He believed “it had an alternate purpose related to covid-19 or a government takeover,” they said.

Moreno was held in jail overnight by local authorities before making his first appearance in federal court Tuesday on the train-wrecking charge, which carries a maximum punishment of 20 years in prison.

Moreno could not immediately be reached for comment late Wednesday, and it’s unclear if he has an attorney. A spokesman for Anacostia Rail Holdings Company — which operates Moreno’s employer, Pacific Harbor Line — said in a statement to The Washington Post that Moreno’s locomotive was pulling a single rail car when it ran off the track at a high speed.

“Thankfully there were no injuries,” said the spokesman, Stefan Friedman. “The engineer of the train has been arrested and charged, and we are fully cooperating with all authorities as they proceed with their investigation.”

In interviews with the FBI and Los Angeles Port Police, Moreno said “everything was normal” and “no one was pushing my buttons” when he came to work on Tuesday morning. He said he hadn’t spoken to anyone about wrecking a train, and didn’t even plan it himself until the idea came to him spontaneously that afternoon, he said.

It popped into his head as he contemplated the pandemic — particularly the hospital ship.

The USNS Mercy arrived at the Port of Los Angeles on Friday to treat non-coronavirus trauma patients, thereby freeing up intensive-care at local hospitals treating covid-19 patients. The USNS Comfort arrived in New York for the same purpose.

But in a conspiratorial mind, Moreno told detectives he had been “putting the pieces together.” He no longer believed “the ship is what they say it’s for.” He believed “they are segregating us, and it needs to be put in the open,” according to the affidavit, which doesn’t explain what Moreno might have meant by that.

He was pushing his last train of the day, a cargo bound for Vietnam, when the idea hit him: He could “draw the world’s attention” to the USNS Mercy if he derailed the train, and then “people could see for themselves,” according to the affidavit. He could “wake people up,” he said.

“I don’t know. Sometimes you just get a little snap and man, it was fricking exciting,” Moreno told detectives. “I just had it and I was committed. I just went for it. I had one chance.”

It’s unclear if he intended to hit the ship directly or just crash near it.

Security cameras inside the train’s cab captured him hurtling toward the end of the tracks, the affidavit says. He made no attempt to pull back the throttle, no attempt to engage the brakes, instead putting the train in full speed.

At the last minute, Moreno lit a flare. He looked up at the camera, raising his middle finger to it. Then, just before the train smashed through the concrete barriers, he stuck the flare out the window, keeping it there all the way through impact.

He told the detectives, “I can’t wait to see the video.”


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