Daily Archives: February 7, 2015

Serial liars

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Another poor photo-slop looking image

Argh. If you were one of the millions who listened, like myself, to the “viral” podcast Serial, you’ll be excited by this news — or disappointed, like I am becoming.

I’ll save you the punchline: the podcast was very engaging, well produced, but left the audience hanging. There were so many contradictions and endless loops, I started to wonder if it was even possible that this was a real story or complete fiction.

Now I am quite convinced it is fiction. The producers could easily be psyOp creators. All the elements and characteristics are there.

An appeal due to an “ineffective lawyer”? Doesn’t this allow anyone who loses a special appeal?

BALTIMORE—Adnan Syed, the subject of the popular podcast Serial who was convicted in 2000 for killing his ex-girlfriend when he was a teenager, has been granted an appeal.

The Maryland Court of Special Appeals approved Syed’s application for an appeal, which claims that his trial lawyer, Christina Gutierrez, was ineffective. The rare ruling is the first step for Syed to challenge his murder conviction.

“It’s the first step in a pretty long process but we’re extremely happy,” said Syed’s current lawyer, C. Justin Brown.
Syed, now 33, is serving a life sentence in a Maryland state prison after being convicted in 2000 of killing his high school classmate and ex-girlfriend, Hae Min Lee, in January 1999. He appealed a few years ago in Baltimore Circuit Court but his request was denied.

via Adnan Syed, subject of Serial podcast, is granted appeal in murder case | Toronto Star.

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Taipei River Crash PsyOp Hoax

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For my video analysis needs, I’ll go with the leader of hoax/psyop/media fakery analysis, cluesforum.info and Simon Shack. Here’s his thread:


I recommend this thread to Jeff C, who’s audios I’ve begun to enjoy, including this one:

Sadly, it seems Jeff C. is telling everyone to stop looking into this (claiming it’s real), so I’m worried he’s leading his “group?” into la-la land:

Ro11o agrees:

I like what Ro11o says. I’m not in any group. I’m in my own group. I like looking at others who seem sincere, and watching them progress. When they ignore the leading research of Simon and co., I get concerned that they’re deliberately misleading their “followers”. Their opinion on cluesforum and September Clues, and on the 9/11 psyOp, is always a critical litmus test for me.

So far, Jeff C. and his gang are not passing the test. Maybe Jeff will come on and clarify his position with me or other fakeologists.

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The Art of War

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Worth a listen.


The Art of War (November 2, 2006)
1 Laying Plans – 2 Waging War
3 Attack By Stratagem – 4 Tactical Dispositions
5 Energy – 6 Weak Points and Strong
7 Maneuvering – 8 Variation in Tactics
9 The Army on the March – 10 Terrain
11 The Nine Situations
12 The Attack By Fire – 13 The Use of Spies
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Librivox recording of The Art of War by Sun Tzu, translated by Lionel Giles.

Read by Moira Fogarty.

“The Art of War is a Chinese military treatise written during the 6th century BC by Sun Tzu. Composed of 13 chapters, each of which is devoted to one aspect of warfare, it has long been praised as the definitive work on military strategies and tactics of its time. The Art of War is one of the oldest and most famous studies of strategy and has had a huge influence on both military planning and beyond. The Art of War has also been applied, with much success, to business and managerial strategies.” (summary from Wikipedia)


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