Thursday, January 22, 2015
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K6JDMDW is a link to a very interesting story about Chandra Levy and others who met the same fate. By the same person(s).
Why I was sworn to secrecy while in US Army MI to that which I witnessed at the Condit's flat in Ipswitch, UK, is a story unto itself.
As to why I would have known him to begin with, why I had been saddled with him as a "Roommate" another story unto itself.
Him being a self-proclaimed "Serial Killer Investigator Expert," always placing himself on the scenes of recent murdrers (And conveniently leaving his DNA all over everything) simply bespeaks the high-level contacts he's accumulated over the years (For whom many he's performed his "Disposal services" for).
But the rather gory details here explain very well how and why the murders are performed, why they die the way they do, and are found the way they are found.
In the end, I have went as far as humanly possible to get this to authoriites, especially overseas, in an attempt to stop this evil. But it may only come in Febrary, when the Chandra Levy case is to be revisited, after a very long cover-up by Federal authorities.
Unfortuneatly, there's an even bigger issue behind this.
But this mini-snippet from my main novel, a chapter from it, has been rewritten in first person, is a bona-fide statement, no "Ficticious work," and is as cheap (99 Cents) as Kindleworldwide will allow it to be to be available to the public.
May I suggest those who are interested in eliminating corruption from the US Congress and even US Government in general, consider using this information as a tool?
This is the link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K6JDMDW
Thursday, January 8, 2015
How Chandra Levy met her death and how I knowI am a trained Military Intelligence Analyst, if that helps. I've got some college education, too, and read a lot, but mostly it's a matter of HAVING BEEN THERE when it happened.
This is not an easy subject to broach, but I'll explain some here briefly.
I once stood in line for a massive inheritance, but the woman I knew as "Mother" wanted it badly. The things she did to me to get at it meant that authorities had it put into trust. Basically, if she could have driven me into the Nut House (At age of eight!) then she and her Commie sisters could have exploited a loophole in inheritance law and "Communized" it.
Well. People I had barely met - But were homosexual! - Kept getting found dead and mutilated all the time. There was never any evidence that I was related, because I'd not done anything to them, but the sheer numbers made it look as if I must be connected somehow!
So authorities had my new step-dad transferred to Japan, then Okinawa hoping to catch whoever it was by seeing who familiar showed up. I was later ushered into US Army M.I. and sent to CA and later Germany.
More people were found dismembered to death along the way. Tortured to death, even.
Eventually, after being stationed at the Duesseldorf Consulate, the responsible was identified. This was mostly because of how he did follow me around with a "Cover" of being a "Serial Killer Expert Investigator" - The perfect cover!
So it was arranged that he was given the idea that I and a British Soldier were to be "Disposed of" on the orders of a high-ranking Intelligence Officer who was also my boss at the Consulate.
It was thought that he would do so in order to obtain future endless blackmail ability on such a high ranking person to facilitate his own goal of - Infiltrating Congress.
A FUBAR happened, and that's described here in this chapter that I've borrowed from a larger novel I've put online. I offer it here as cheap as Kindle will offer it worldwide, mainly because I'm containerized, but I bet it will be the "Shot Heard 'Round The World" once the Chandra Levy case is opened in February of this year, as has been printed.
Why Ingmar Guandique has been playing the patsy for who really did it is a story upon itself.
CHECK HERE => ON THIS LINK will take you to Kindle where you can preview part of it free - Or purchase an instant download anywhere in the world for 99 Cents!
It's way too long to post here in this blog and it is specific in this: What they did to that British Soldier before I got there and then bragged all about the details of it - Are exactly how Chandra Levy must have died! For her body was found - What was left of it - I describe WHY - Exactly the same way.
To have gotten to know Gary Condit so many times! He always used his true name! To have heavily repressed it so many times, that only now in older age can I come to the full recall of the memories...
Is to know, after 9/11, when his name and face surfaced on TV and prompted me to come out of ordered secrecy about it and decide to publicize it, instead... Has been a long road.
I've talked to Guandique's attorneys and they say there IS NO EVIDENCE TO CONVICT HIM! He's just being used as a patsy until the political timing is right.
They finally released the Grand Jury results and one thing stood out: Only Jurors who had no idea who Gary Condit was were allowed to be on that Jury. It's been a BIG COVER UP.
And I've lived decades, now, as "A Suspect" in the whole affair. That inheritance has never materialized, but other things have transpired to make me all the more certain the time will be nigh.
As you read the above download, you will also see how the same M.O. is mirrored with the Jonbennet Ramsey and the Laci Peterson cases, which Condit has also been publically held suspect of.
In the JBR case, the Grand Jury's findings were released at the same time as the above, and the Jurors had wanted to indite the Ramseys for "Allowing some other person(s) to kill JBR in their home" that night. The official list of attending politicians has never been released, by the way. And the Prosecutor there, too, never did anything.
So for me, vindication. And, hopefully, an end to my impoverishment. It's some Federal Asshole's idea of the "Federal Witness Protection Program," I think, but I may well die of a worried ulcer, instead.
Please spare a dollar and take a look at what I've written. If you feel compelled, pass that information around and get some Justice done. That would be worth it!
The photo, by the way, is my personal one of Gary Condit when I knew him in 1977 when we were both in Duesseldorf at the British Base there.
Friday, January 2, 2015
Corn Syrup kills more Americans than war.
Is sugar making us sick? A team of scientists at the University of California in San Francisco believes so, and they're doing something about it. They launched an initiative to bring information on food and drink and added sugar to the public by reviewing more than 8,000 scientific papers that show a strong link between the consumption of added sugar and chronic diseases.
Laura Schmidt, a UCSF professor at the School of Medicine and the lead investigator on the project, SugarScience, said the idea is to make the findings comprehensible and clear to everyone. The results will be available to all on a website (SugarScience.org) and social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
Added sugars, Schmidt said, are sugars that don't occur naturally in foods. They are found in 74 percent of all packaged foods, have 61 names and often are difficult to decipher on food labels. Although the U.S. Food and Drug Administration requires food companies to list ingredients on packaging, the suggested daily values of natural and added sugars can't be found.
The FDA is considering a proposal to require food manufacturers to list information on sugars in the same way they do for fats, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates and protein. But because so much added sugar is dumped into so many products, one average American breakfast of cereal would likely exceed a reasonable daily limit.
"SugarScience shows that a calorie is not a calorie but rather that the source of a calorie determines how it's metabolized," said pediatric endocrinologist Robert Lustig, a member of the SugarScience team and the author of "Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease." Lustig said that more than half of the U.S. population is sick with metabolic syndrome, a group of risk factors for chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and liver disease that are directly related to the excessive consumption of added sugars in the Western diet.
The latest statistics from the American Diabetes Association show that 29.1 million Americans, or 9.3 percent, have diabetes. Of that number, 21 million have been diagnosed and 8.1 million have not, and the numbers continue to grow, according to the association.
It doesn't stop there. The American Liver Foundation says at least 30 million Americans, or 1 in 10, has one of 100 kinds of liver disease.
Clinicians widely believe that obesity is the cause of metabolic disease. Although it is a marker for these diseases, Lustig said, it's not the cause. "Too much sugar causes chronic metabolic disease in both fat and thin people," he said, "and instead of focusing on obesity as the problem, we should be focusing on our processed-food supply."
The average American consumes 19.5 teaspoons (78 grams) of sugar a day, substantially more than the amount recommended by the American Heart Association. The association sets these limits: 6 teaspoons (24 grams) for women, 9 teaspoons (36 grams) for men, and 3-6 teaspoons (12-24 grams) for children, depending on age. Just one 12-ounce soda contains 8 to 9 teaspoons (32-36 grams) of sugar.
Liquid sugar in sodas, energy drinks and sports drinks is the leading source of added sugar in the American diet. That represents 36 percent of all added sugars consumed, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. And because liquid does not include fiber, the body processes it quickly. That causes more sugar to be sent to the pancreas and liver than either can process properly, and the resulting buildup of sugar leads to heart disease, diabetes and liver disease.
Consuming too much sugar causes the level of glucose sugar in the bloodstream to increase. That, in turn, causes the pancreas to release high levels of insulin that cause the body to store extra calories as fat.
Too much insulin also affects the hormone leptin, a natural appetite suppressant that signals the brain to stop eating when full. But the imbalance of insulin levels caused by the intake of too much sugar causes lipid resistance, and the brain no longer gets that signal.
Another member of the SugarScience team, Dean Schillinger, is a professor of medicine at UCSF and a practicing primary care doctor at San Francisco General Hospital. He believes the overconsumption of added sugars is a social problem, not a problem of individual choice and freedom.
"People are becoming literate about the toxic effects of sugar," Schillinger said, "and have more understanding of the idea that high doses are bad for one's health." He sees evidence that those in a higher socioeconomic bracket are taking steps to limit intake of sugar when compared with poorer, less literate people.
Healthy food is expensive and less readily accessible in poorer neighborhoods, and because corn is so abundant and cheap, it is added to many food products. "Dumping high fructose corn syrup into cheap foods, sodas, sports drinks and energy drinks is toxic to the body, causing epidemic metabolic diseases and a serious health crisis," Schillinger said.
To underscore the scope of the problem, he pointed out that during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, 1,500 American soldiers lost a limb in combat. In that same period, 1.5 million people in the U.S. lost limbs to amputations from Type 2 diabetes, a preventable disease. "We have yet to mobilize for a public health war," he said, "but the time has come to do so."
Such a war would have to take on the root causes of the problem. As a nation, Schillinger added, we would need to look at our food policies, food pricing, availability of healthy foods, and the marketing being carried out by food and beverage industries to hook the public on unhealthy choices loaded with added sugar.
Frank Hu, a professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health, is not a SugarScience researcher, but he agreed that the amount of sugar consumed by the American public is too high. SugarScience, he said, is being helpful by bringing the information about added sugar to public attention.
"It's just about impossible," Hu said, "to know from food labels what kinds and amounts of sugars are in a product." That's why he thinks the FDA should require food companies to list those amounts on all food labels so people know what they're eating, in what amounts they're eating it, and what amounts are safe.
Food labels are important, Schillinger said, and they need to be revised, but the most important change needed is to make the healthier choice the easier choice.