Category Archives: Crime hoaxes

Judge Bruce Ito 

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I hope I won’t regret posting this. I will allow fakeologists to evaluate. I never watched one minute of Bruce Lee, so my mind wouldn’t possibly make the connection. I know his son was probably admitted to the DCP though. 

Of course, that means that the judge, Lance Ito, had to be in on it too. And he was. He was not a real judge. Rather, he was an actor of a different stripe, a man who could simulate karate on the big screen like no one before. He was the movie martial arts performer Bruce Lee, who supposedly died in 1973.

You can understand why I laughed so hard when MH told me of his discovery. They are rubbing out face in it!

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This part is amazing and believable. How many actor judges are in your town? In Toronto, I think we have a Judge Noehammer (lovely play on words). 

But Judge Lance Ito, with no law background, no presence in the LA court system, was going to raise a lot of eyebrows if he just disappeared after the trial. Here’s how they handled that, from NBC News (a player, and not a news agency):.

A spokesperson at the Los Angeles Superior Court confirmed that Ito retired on Jan. 5 [2015]. Philibosian said he quietly spent the last 20 years on the ninth floor of the criminal courts building, where high-powered cases involving major murders, robberies, and rapes are tried.

“There’s separate security to get in there. He was assigned there because of his high level of expertise,” Philibosian said.

His courtroom wasn’t easy to find: The Los Angeles Times reported a few years ago that after having his name plaque stolen so many times, Ito gave up and stopped replacing it.

An Alex Jones special

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My exploding house story is a conspiracy special on steroids.  I posted it on savechat.fakeologist.com… but I’d like to promote it here as more than suspicious now that it’s been laced with conspiracy candy.

This is one event that really is multi dimensional and I really am not sure what’s going on. All speculation is welcome.

Update 7/1/16 what are the cops hiding?


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Update2

Chemtrailers and aluminum foil covered windows, along with being an convicted murderer and end of worlder. A true Alex Jones special.

One of Nadler’s relatives, who didn’t want to be identified out of fear for their safety, said Peel police phoned the family Thursday to say they had found a body at the site of the explosion.

The person said Nadler, who is estranged from his relatives, believed planes emit poison gas as jet streams and that the world would end in the year 2000.

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I always find these house explosions curious – rarely do we get information on cause after the fact, even years later. I’m not saying this is fake – but curious about the cause.

One nearby resident described Tuesday’s explosion in Mississauga as looking like a “war zone.” Peel police confirmed one person has been pronounced dead, and nine had minor injuries. They are also going door-to-door looking for more patients.

Source: Fatal house explosion rocks Mississauga | Toronto Star

Jungle Surfer makes a video but it doesn’t add much youtu.be/WcBNvWibhkU…

Impossible to break the programming

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Paul is a bit of a doomsayer, but he’s correct that breaking the indoctrination is nearly impossible.

Alec Baldwin helps faking of a murderer

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Celebrity podcaster Alec Baldwin lends his “credibility” to the simulated reality hybrid “phenom” Making of a Murderer.

The lesbian producers of this carefully crafted OJ jr. simulated doc give a few clues in this interview tipping the listener to fakery.

Which parts are true?  Which are false? Are both producers carefully chosen CIA crime writers,  blurring the lines once more between fact and fiction?

Will anyone invest time trying to figure this out?

In 1985, Steven Avery was convicted and imprisoned for sexual assault in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. He served nearly two decades of his sentence before being exonerated on the basis of new forensic evidence. Shortly after launching a multimillion dollar lawsuit seeking compensation for his wrongful detention, Avery was arrested and convicted for a horrific local murder. The ten-part Netflix documentary series Making a Murderer examines both cases, and asks whether and in what ways the criminal