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Title: How 9/11 Was Funded: The Man behind the Missing $2.3 Trillion
Source: American Herald Tribune
URL Source: https://ahtribune.com/us/israelgate/2358-dov-zakheim.html
Published: Jul 11, 2018
Author: Scott Bennett
Post Date: 2019-11-01 14:18:30 by Deckard
Keywords: None
Views: 73
Comments: 12

Dear President Trump,

As a military officer and also contractor for Booz Allen Hamilton, I was assigned to the Joint Interagency Operations Center at U.S. Central Command, where I identified, tracked, and reported on terrorists, their financial donors, networks, banks, and activities.

Part of my mission was to investigate, discover, and expose all acts of “waste, fraud, and abuse” by Terrorist Financing Operations Director Dov Zakheim who was my senior supervisor. It was known that Dov Zakheim had secretly arranged for $2.3 trillion dollars to be mis-appropriated through Pentagon channels when he had been the Pentagon Comptroller.

I was assigned the task of penetrating Dov Zakheim’s terrorist financing operations, which involved his son Roger Zakheim (a lawyer at the House Armed Services Committee), an Iraqi named Abdullah Azziz (with close ties to Rudy Gulliani) and the law firm Covington and Burling.

The auditors investigating this matter were conveniently killed in a missile strike upon the Pentagon Office of Naval Intelligence on September 11, 2001. This missile strike was concealed as a “plane attack”, which was a deception operation.

I briefed your attorney Michael Cohen about these matters in 2015 and 2016—which may be one of the reasons he has been targeted by Deep State Shadow Government loyalists.

Evidence and expert testimony confirm without a doubt that the attacks on September 11, 2001 against the Pentagon (as well as the World Trade Center and the Solomon Building in N.Y.) were a well-planned, well-financed, psychological operation – a false flag attack on American soil – designed to trigger and manipulate the American people, the Congress, and the U.S. Military into a full-scale war-mobilization posture with the intent of overthrowing, scattering, and re-making the Middle East and Africa for the direct political, cultural, and economic benefit of the Zionist state of Israel.

9/11, although seemingly coherent, has led to a multi-trillion dollar nightmare for Americans. Because of your success in attacking the Deep State with your sealed indictments and other measures, and because of the failure of the DNI-CIA-FBI-DOJ “Russian Hoax” as well as great fear that your forthcoming summit with President Vladimir Putin will be a great success, I fear for your life and pray for your safety.

You are our Chief Law Enforcement Officer, not just our Commander-in-Chief. It is my hope that this memorandum, combined with the other memoranda you are receiving from other informed patriots, will be helpful to you during the Helsinki summit, where I and many others hope that you and President Putin will share intelligence on 9/11 – who did it, how they did it, why they did it – face to face.

I believe that your leadership in placing the truth about 9/11 before the public will finish the job of taking down the Deep State and the Shadow Government – it will help you shut down the pernicious Zionist/Saudi penetration and subversion of the US economy, government, and society and it will help you demonstrate to the larger public, most of whom did not vote for you, that under your leadership, the US Government can be trusted to clean house and tell the truth.

Very respectfully,
Scott Bennett

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#1. To: Deckard (#0)

Part of my mission was to investigate, discover, and expose all acts of “waste, fraud, and abuse” by Terrorist Financing Operations Director Dov Zakheim who was my senior supervisor.

One wonders how one is assigned a mission to expose misconduct by his senior supervisor. Who assigns such a mission?

Deckard, you outdid yourself. This asshole is the phony soldier with the phony Ph.d. He served prison time for unauthorized wearing of a uniform and lying to wrongfully obtain housing on MacDill AFB, and bringing unauthorized weapons onto the base. He has been busted several times for false impersonation.

He was tried in civilian court as he was not actually on active duty at the time.

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The Smoking Gun

January 6, 2011

Impostor In Shocking Military Base Breach

Feds: Suspect had weapons cache in MacDill home

JANUARY 6--In an embarrassing security breach at the Florida military base where U.S. Central Command is headquartered, a man masqueraded as a top military aide to procure housing on the base, where he stored a large weapons cache in his home, The Smoking Gun has learned.

The brazen scheme was discovered last year by military investigators only after Scott Allan Bennett, 39, was arrested for drunk driving at an entrance gate to MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa.

At the time of his bust, a “dazed and confused” Bennett was carrying a concealed, loaded handgun, and his vehicle contained a second loaded gun, seven knives, a machete, a collapsible baton, mace, a stun gun, ammunition, a sling shot with BBs, and a box of throwing stars, according to a Tampa Police Department report and a criminal complaint filed last month in U.S. District Court.

Bennett, pictured in the mug shot at right,

was released Tuesday on his own recognizance following a court hearing. Charged with making a false statement, he is scheduled for an appearance later this month at the Tampa federal courthouse. Prosecutors and military officials have, not surprisingly, done nothing to publicize the case against Bennett, the details of which were discovered by TSG.

After being booked in late-April on a DUI count, Bennett returned to MacDill, where he was met at the gate by an Air Force Police investigator, who sought to question him about the weapons found in his vehicle (MacDill residents are required to register firearms and ammo with the Base Armory). Bennett invoked his right to remain silent and denied permission to search his apartment.

However, after a military magistrate signed a search warrant, Bennett’s home was raided. Investigators reported finding “seven loaded firearms; approximately 9389 additional rounds of ammunition; numerous knives; brass knuckles; an electric stun gun; and a collapsible baton, in addition to other weapons and prohibited materials.” None of the material had been registered with the MacDill armory.

The discovery of the weapons collection triggered a military probe that concluded Bennett “had obtained housing on MacDill Air Force Base by subterfuge.” In order to live on the base, an individual “must be at least a member of the Reserve forces on active duty orders,” according to a December 16 affidavit sworn by Edward Garcia, an Air Force Police detective.

Bennett, Garcia reported, is a member of the Army Reserves, but was never on active duty while at MacDill (in fact, his active duty status has totaled one single week, while he attended a training session). Bennett, Garcia noted, worked as a civilian contractor at MacDill, where he was employed by Booz Allen Hamilton, one of the country’s largest defense and intelligence contractors.

Though ineligible for base housing, Bennett “repeatedly” pretended to be on “active duty military orders.” Last January, Bennett--dressed in a military uniform--visited MacDill’s Base Housing Office and claimed to have just gotten off a plane with Admiral Eric Olson, who heads the clandestine U.S. Special Operations Command. Olson’s sprawling, 60,000-troop command is headquartered at MacDill, also home to U.S. Central Command, or CENTCOM, which is responsible for combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Bennett allegedly claimed that he was working as Olson’s aide and that the four-star Admiral “had directed him to obtain government housing as quickly as possible.” On a housing application, Bennett claimed to be active duty Army and reported that he had been transferred to CENTCOM from the “11th PSYOP Battalion.” On the basis of these claims, Bennett’s housing application was approved.

In early-February, when an employee of the Base Housing Office wrote Bennett seeking a copy of his orders, he responded that those orders were top secret with CENTCOM, “so I need approval first for what I can leave on file and disclose. I will try and get them to you ASAP.” Housing office employees, though, never bothered to follow up on their initial request seeking Bennett’s orders.

Bennett’s residence at MacDill lasted barely three months before the impostor--driving a 2005 BMW--showed up intoxicated at the base’s Dale Mabry gate. (6 pages)

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United States Attorney Robert E. O'Neill Middle District of Florida

Tampa — Orlando — Jacksonville — Ocala — Fort Myers

Friday, July 22, 2011

PHONE: (813) 274-6388 http://www.usdoj.gov/usao/flm/pr
FAX: (813) 274-6300


Tampa, Florida - U.S. Attorney Robert E. O'Neill announces that a federal jury yesterday found Scott Allan Bennett (40, Washington, DC) guilty of lying to government officials to obtain housing on MacDill Air Force Base, as well as wearing a U.S. military uniform without authorization and violating a defense property security regulation with regard to firearms he had on MacDill Air Force Base. Bennett faces a maximum penalty of seven-and-a-half years in federal prison. United States District Judge Virginia M. Hernandez Covington revoked Bennett’s bond finding he was a danger to the community. He will remain detained until his sentencing hearing scheduled for October 25, 2011.

Bennett was indicted by Superseding Indictment on April 28, 2011.

According to testimony and evidence presented at trial, Bennett falsely held himself out as an active duty military member, although he was only working on MacDill Air Force Base as a civilian contractor. Further, Bennett told Base housing employees that he was an aide to Admiral Eric Olson of U.S. Special Operations Command, which is headquartered at MacDill Air Force Base. Once he obtained on-base housing, Bennett possessed 10 guns and over 9,000 rounds of ammunition in his residence, which he failed to register as required by MacDill Air Force Base's security regulation.

This case was investigated by the Department of the Air Force Police, 6th Security Forces Squadron at MacDill Air Force Base. It is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Sara C. Sweeney and Kelley C. Howard-Allen, as well Special Assistant United States Attorney Captain Timothy Goines.

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Case No. 8:11-cr-14-T-33AEP.


United States District Court, M.D. Florida, Tampa Division.

July 10, 2013.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

USA, Plaintiff, represented by I. Randall Gold , US Attorney's Office, Kelley Clement Howard-Allen , U.S. Attorney's Office, Sara C. Sweeney , US Attorney's Office, Timothy Goines , Special Assistant United States Attorney & Josephine W. Thomas , US Attorney's Office.



This matter comes before the Court pursuant to Scott Allan Bennett's Motion to Vacate Conviction due to Newly Discovered Evidence (Doc. # 171), which was filed on February 25, 2013. A jury found Bennett guilty of making a false statement on a military housing application, unauthorized wear of a military uniform, and violation of a defense property security regulation. Subsequent to Bennett's sentencing, an administrative military hearing convened to determine whether Bennett's commission in the Army Reserves would be revoked.

Pursuant to Rule 33(b)(1), Fed. R. Crim. P., Bennett contends that this military hearing produced new evidence, which warrants vacatur of the Court's judgment and a new trial. Bennett further asserts several other arguments pursuant to Rules 12(b), 12(h)(3), and 60(b)(3), Fed. R. Civ. P. The Government filed a Response in Opposition to the Motion (Doc. # 172) on March 13, 2013. With Leave of Court, Bennett filed a Supplement (Doc. # 174), to which the Government responded (Doc. # 178) on April 8, 2013, and to which Bennett replied (Doc. # 179) on May 8, 2013. After due consideration of the relevant rules, case law, and evidence, this Court denies Bennett's Motion for the reasons below.

I. Background

On April 23, 2010, Bennett approached MacDill Air Force Base's Dale Mabry Gate (Doc. # 23 at 2) and was selected for random Base entry point screening. (Doc. # 25 at 2). During the screening, Bennett appeared intoxicated, which prompted MacDill security to call Tampa Police. (Id. at 3). MacDill security continued to question Bennett until Tampa Police arrived. (Id.). After failing a field sobriety test, Bennett was arrested and searched; police discovered a concealed handgun on Bennett's person in addition to other weapons in Bennett's car. (Id.).

Later that morning, Detective Garcia of MacDill security was informed of Bennett's arrest. (Id.). In an initial inquiry, Detective Garcia learned Bennett had received authorization to live on MacDill Air Force Base as an active duty Army Reservist with orders from U.S. Central Command. (Id. at 3-4). Further investigation revealed, however, that Bennett was in fact a civilian contractor working for U.S. Central Command. (Id. at 4). When Bennett returned to MacDill Air Force Base he consented to a vehicle search by Detective Garcia; Detective Garcia found empty gun holsters, a knife, and pepper spray. (Id.). After obtaining a search warrant, Detective Garcia found seven unauthorized firearms, over 9,000 rounds of ammunition, and other contraband in Bennett's on-Base housing. (Id. at 3).

The Government's April 28, 2011, superseding indictment contained four counts. Count I charged that Bennett made a false statement on a military housing application in order to obtain on-Base housing, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1001. (Doc. # 40 at 1-2). Count II charged that Bennett wore a uniform of the armed forces without authorization, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 702. (Id. at 2). Counts III and IV charged that Bennett violated defense property security regulation by possessing prohibited items on MacDill Air Force Base, including concealed handguns and ammunition, in violation of 50 U.S.C. § 797(a)(1). (Id. at 3). The superseding indictment also contained a forfeiture count. (Id. at 4-5).

In a pre-trial motion to suppress, Bennett argued all evidence produced from the above searches should have been excluded on several grounds: namely, that MacDill security violated the Posse Comitatus Act by detaining Bennett until Tampa Police arrived and that there was not probable cause to search his on-Base residence. (Doc. # 23 at 4-5, 16). The Posse Comitatus Act generally prohibits the use of any part of the Army or Air Force to enforce laws, except as provided for in the Constitution or by Congress. 18 U.S.C. § 1385. A violation of this Act occurs when "military participation . . . pervade[s] the activities of civilian officials" thereby subjecting citizens to "the regulatory exercise of military power." United States v. Bacon, 851 F.2d 1312, 1313 (11th Cir. 1988). Bennett further argued that there was no federal subject-matter jurisdiction. (Id.). Magistrate Judge Porcelli, after fully addressing each of Bennett's arguments, recommended the motion to suppress be denied, and this Court agreed. (Doc. ## 35, 36).

A jury trial occurred during the week of July 18, 2011; a verdict of guilty was returned as to all counts and forfeiture deemed appropriate. (Doc. ## 71, 88-89). This Court sentenced Bennett to a total of 36 months imprisonment on December 1, 2011. (Doc. # 132). Additionally, Bennett was fined and sentenced to a total of 36 months supervised release. (Id.). The Court entered its Amended Judgment reflecting Bennett's conviction and sentence (Doc. # 132) on December 2, 2011. On December 14, 2011, Bennett appealed (Doc. # 134), arguing that a weapons-possession enhancement was inapplicable. (Doc. # 169). The Eleventh Circuit affirmed his sentence. (Id.).


nolu chan  posted on  2019-11-01   16:26:21 ET  (1 image) Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#2. To: nolu chan, Deckard (#1)

Guess who else "outdid" themselves?


'SMOKING GUN'?? Why not TMZ as well? Or CNN? See how this works?

Oh wait -- you also want to actually and especially cite some 0bama-admin court/ Deep State smear / set-up of a Whistle Blower as invalidation of truth?

'The Official Report' and partial truth as claimed by the Gummint cabal no longer equals any or full truth.

This is now a matter of credibility. OR lack there of. How has it? Who doesn't?

For those who'd rather explore different sources:

'Shell Game: A Whistleblowing Report'



Liberator  posted on  2019-11-02   10:51:25 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#3. To: Liberator, Deckard, A K A Stone (#2)

Guess who else "outdid" themselves?


'SMOKING GUN'?? Why not TMZ as well? Or CNN? See how this works?

Oh wait -- you also want to actually and especially cite some 0bama-admin court/ Deep State smear / set-up of a Whistle Blower as invalidation of truth?

No you sorry asshole. I documented a career con man who had been caught multiple times and had been convicted multiple times, served time in prison, and was kicked out of the Army. Tell me if I do better this time.


Search Scott, Bennett, White, Male


Register Number: 29418-016
Age: 48
Race: White
Sex: Male
Released On: 05/15/2014

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Here is an introduction to his FIRST CRIMINAL CONVICTION in 2008. As you may see, his subsequent probation terms were violated and his probation was revoked.

USA v. Bennett, DCDC 1:08-mj-00035, filed 2008-01-18


Docket entry on 2008-09-15

[12] ORDER granting Motion by Defendant SCOTT ALLEN BENNETT to Amend the Sentence Imposed 7 ; removing the conditions of defendant's probation requiring that he obtain prior approval before traveling outside the metropolitan area, and that he be prohibited from possessing a firearm; signed by Magistrate Judge Alan Kay on 9/25/08. (kk) (Entered: 10/07/2008)

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Minute Entry for Final Hearing on Violation of Probation as to SCOTT ALLEN BENNETT held before Magistrate Judge Alan Kay on 1/5/12: The Court finds that the defendant violated his conditions of probation. Count 1s: PROBATION REVOKED. Defendant Sentenced to Three (3) Months Incarceration, to run consecutively to the sentence imposed in the Middle District of Florida, with no supervision to follow. Defendant advised of his appeal rights. Bond Status of Defendant: Defendant committed/commitment issued. Court Reporter: Bowles Reporting Service. Defense Attorney: Jeffrey O'Toole; U.S. Attorney: Angela George; Probation Officer: Pasquinucci Johnson. (kk) (Entered: 01/11/2012)

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Docket entry on 2012-01-11

[25] JUDGMENT For Revocation as to SCOTT ALLEN BENNETT. Signed by Magistrate Judge Alan Kay on 01/11/12. (mac) (Entered: 01/18/2012)

JUDGMENT In a Criminal Case for Revocation of Probation or Supervised Release


nolu chan  posted on  2019-11-02   17:41:31 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#4. To: Liberator, Deckard, A K A Stone (#2)

Bennett v. US DOJ et al, CAND 8:14-cv-00623-VMC-TBM



Bennett v. US DOJ et al, CAND 8:14-cv-00623-VMC-TBM (02/19/14), Doc #5, AMENDED GENERAL PLEADING


nolu chan  posted on  2019-11-02   17:42:28 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#5. To: Liberator, Deckard, A K A Stone (#2)

USA v. Bennett, FLMD Tampa 8:14-cv-00014-VMC-AEP

Bennett was INVOLUNTARILY thrown out of the Army following an administrative hearing held November 30, 2012.

Doc 181, 07/10/2013 at 10-11:

Moreover, Bennett asserts the administrative military hearing held on November 30, 2012, established new evidence, which warrants vacatur and a new trial. (Doc. # 171 at 17, 27-36). Yet, the purpose of the hearing was to determine whether Bennett’s commission as an officer in the Army Reserves would continue in light of his recent criminal conviction. (Doc. # 171 at 27, 29-30). Additionally, Bennett did not show that the military hearing either considered or established new evidence. (Doc. ## 171, 174, 179). Again, the military hearing’s purpose was to determine whether Bennett would retain his commission in the Reserves - a determination based on evidence put-forth during his trial.

Furthermore, that the military decided in favor of involuntary separation is not the type of evidence tending to show that a new trial would probably produce a different result. In fact, that the military hearing found in favor of involuntary separation, based on the same evidence at trial, tends to support the verdict – not call it into question.

Bennett v. US DOJ et al, CAND 8:14-cv-00014-VMC-AEP (09/15/11), Doc #98, ORDER Bennett Motion for New Trial DENIED

USA v Bennett, FLMD Tampa 11-cr-14 (15 Sep 2011) Doc 98 ORDER DENYING Motion for New Trial

Bennett v. US DOJ et al, CAND 8:14-cv-00014-VMC-AEP (07/10/13), Doc #181, ORDER Bennett Motion to Vacate Conviction DENIED


Bennett v. US DOJ et al, CAND 8:14-cv-00014-VMC-AEP (11/06/13), Doc #193, ORDER Bennett Motion for Miscellaneous Relief DENIED


USA v Bennett, FLMD Tampa 11-cr-14 (6 Nov 2013) Doc 193 ORDER Misc Relief DENIED by nolu chan on Scribd

nolu chan  posted on  2019-11-02   17:45:26 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#6. To: Liberator, Deckard, A K A Stone (#2)

Bennett v. US DOJ Bureau of Prisons, CAND San Fran 3:14-cv-00440-JST



nolu chan  posted on  2019-11-02   17:46:23 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#7. To: Liberator, Deckard (#2)

Bennett v. USA, FLMD Tampa 8:13-cv-02778-VMC-AEP



DOCKET REPORT Bennett v USA, FLMD Tampa 13-cv-2778 (Filed 28 Oct 2013) by nolu chan on Scribd



nolu chan  posted on  2019-11-02   17:47:44 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#8. To: Liberator, Deckard (#2)

United States of America v. Scott Allan Bennett, 11th Cir., 11-15931

OPINION, per curiam (11/01/2012)


United States v Scott Allan Bennett, 11-15931 (11th Cir, 1 Nov 2012) OPINION Per Curiam by nolu chan on Scribd

nolu chan  posted on  2019-11-02   17:48:40 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#9. To: Liberator, Deckard (#2)


United States of America v Scott Allan Bennett, 11th Cir., 13-13375, Filed 25 July 2013

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United States of America v. Scott Allan Bennett, 11th Cir., 13-15312, Filed 20 November 2013

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In re: Scott Allan Bennett, DCDC 1:13-cv-00222-ESH Filed 02/21/2013, Terminated 04/08/2013



nolu chan  posted on  2019-11-02   17:49:32 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#10. To: nolu chan (#3) (Edited)

I don't disbelieve the documented charges (your 9-gazillion pt size font size AND ridiculous repetition notwithstanding.)


Since I've already given my clear reasons for skepticism (lack of credibility and legitimacy), I will assume you've paid just a bit of attention to 0bama admin/minions' games and routine political abuse of power while he was President...

PROVEN: 0bama's regime and its Swamp-Creatures systematically operated and rigged a political machination that specialized in framing, smearing and setting-up Kangaroo Courts. (Or do you doubt this?)

Whistle-blowers like Scott Bennett never had a chance. He was/is just one more cautionary tale.

So...what is your case in convincing us that the charges as set forth against Bennett should be believed at face-value?

Every day we are reminded that untold numbers of Scott Bennetts, General Flynns, and Brett Kavanaughs have been set up, smeared, threatened to shut up, and/or summarily jailed or "suicided" because of political abuses of power.

Oh. And then there's what happened to that guy whose name escapes me....wait....tip of my tongue...I think it starts with a "P" and ends with.... PRESIDENT TRUMP.

Liberator  posted on  2019-11-04   14:19:56 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#11. To: Liberator (#10)

I don't disbelieve the documented charges (your 9-gazillion pt size font size AND ridiculous repetition notwithstanding.)

You understand of course exactly why he does this. Standard disinfo tactic. Most shills use multiple posts of images - nolu sham is posting text and .pdf files, extremely long winded screeds from what he believes are unimpeachable sources. Mayhap they are, mayhap they ain't.

The point is, he will very rarely post a direct answer to any real questions without posting reams of government edicts, missives and the opinions of those who want even MORE laws.

Government is in the last resort the employment of armed men, of policemen, gendarmes, soldiers, prison guards, and hangmen.
The essential feature of government is the enforcement of its decrees by beating, killing, and imprisoning.
Those who are asking for more government interference are asking ultimately for more compulsion and less freedom.

Deckard  posted on  2019-11-04   14:47:48 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#12. To: Deckard, nolu chan (#11)

Standard disinfo tactic.

Most shills use multiple posts of images - nolu sham is posting text and .pdf files, extremely long winded screeds from what he believes are unimpeachable sources. Mayhap[sp? Maybe] they are, mayhap [maybe] they ain't.

The evidence suggest these ARE the typical disinfo tactics....of typical Gate-Keepers.

Right -- Instead of debating a point of view or argument like a normal poster at a forum, why post a bizarrely long case and expect ANY one will read it in its entirety -- never mind FIVE, in 9-gazillion point size font?

The point is, he will very rarely post a direct answer to any real questions without posting reams of government edicts, missives and the opinions of those who want even MORE laws.

Some of these guys just LOVE Big Gummint and The Bureaucracy. (Maybe it represents "the good ol' days" and was a big part of their lives and associations.)

Yeah -- Nolu should be able to issue a counter-point or answer or direct feedback. Why the incessant spamming? I don't mind citation of a docket to help carry some weight in a forum argument, but give a summary as well.

Liberator  posted on  2019-11-04   15:47:14 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

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