Category Archives: Crime hoaxes

The Ted Bundy nightmare … a hoax – Piece of Mindful

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Mark examines the serial killer hoax – with the biggest USA one being Ted Bundy.

In the 2018 paper, MM follows the Bundy trail of murders through Washington, Oregon, Utah, Colorado and finally Florida. It’s really hilarious to read, the things they expect us to believe. I won’t repeat anything here as the papers are easily available to the reader. Just enjoy them as I did. I am neither going to add to or detract from the Mathis work, as what I do here is my own research. His stands by itself, as does mine.

pieceofmindful.com/2021/05/06/…

Surprised that Mark didn’t notice this obvious mirrored/pasted Ott photo.

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The only qualified opinion to comment on the George Floyd psyop trial

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I prefer live actors in my psyops to Sims, don’t you?

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What Titanic event will bring in internet regulation?

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Smj brought this link..and it’s full of gold.

Who knew amateur telegraph operators were buggering up the Titanic transcription service?

Likely a lie, it brought in a “hesitant” Congress to regulate the air waves thanks to the great work of Sarnoff.

Myths create laws and grow government.

While the sinking of the Titanic showcased radio’s potential value as a life-saving technology, it also raised questions about the need to control its use. The lack of clear guidelines concerning shipboard wireless equipment and interference from amateur operators had hindered rescue efforts and cost lives.

Congress, which had previously hesitated to regulate the airwaves, seized upon the disaster to pass the Radio Act of 1912. This law divided the electromagnetic spectrum between amateur, government, and commercial users and mandated that all American operators, even experienced ones like David Sarnoff, had to be licensed. To accommodate the demand for trained wireless experts, the Marconi Company recruited Sarnoff to act as an instructor at a newly organized technical institute

davidsarnoff.tcnj.edu/2013/08/…

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Annual feel good story: the violin story recycled

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Likely a fake story – one we’ve heard many times over the years.

Only a dementia patient is going to lose a valuable instrument like this – on public transit.

A cherished 263-year-old violin lost on the TTC subway has been located, Toronto police say. The violin’s owner, Royce Rich, is currently in Vancouver with his family and is looking forward to retrieving the instrument once he returns to the city in January.

Source: The missing 263-year-old violin on the TTC subway has been found. ‘This is the ultimate Christmas gift’ | The Star

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Covid RIP Ripper

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One psyop ices off another. Our rulers are shameless and relentless in their interlacing of lies.

The British serial killer known as the Yorkshire Ripper, a man who instilled terror and fear across northern England in the 1970s, died Friday at a hospital there. He was 74.

Peter Sutcliffe, a former grave digger, was serving concurrent life sentences for killing 13 women in Yorkshire and northwest England between 1975 and 1980.

British media reported he had refused treatment after testing positive for COVID-19 and was suffering from a number of underlying health conditions. His death will be investigated by the coroner.

www.cbc.ca/news/world/britain-…

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Genetic geneology hoovers up Calvin

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Wow, the miracles of a new, magical science cracked a 36 year old cold case in Ontario – almost to the day!

As for how Hoover was identified, Ramer explained that a DNA sample taken from evidence, sent to a lab in the U.S. with a cutting-edge technology not widely available, and eventually produced Hoover’s name through a process involving genetic genealogy.

www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto…

Here’s a press conference where we learn absolutely nothing about any aspect of the case.

This case was huuuuge in my area, back when I believed crime stories. It led to a wrongfully convicted Guy Paul Moran, hundreds of TV hours and tons of money for the justice business.

It was likely a completely fabricated story.

The suspect, likely fabricated by the usual storytellers in the USA, has a name that made me look up this story about Calvin Coolidge and the Hoover Dam.

In time, President Calvin Coolidge endorsed legislation authorizing construction of the dam. Before it could take effect, however, Coolidge made way for a new occupant of the Oval Office. On June 25, 1929, President Herbert Hoover signed a proclamation making the Colorado River Compact effective at last.

I only thought of this because of this latest conspiracy idea making another prediction on the demise of the great dam.

This certainly might be the right year to do it, affecting the food production down river in a California.

On a side note, you science believers will be glad when the world serum databank is ready to go, thanks to all your selfless covaids testing. Then any stains left behind will get you rounded up before you can check in to your next doorway!

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Are any of these real court cases?

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I thought cameras were not admissible in courts of the USA.

OJ was definitely a court docu drama.

What about this superclip?

What’s the status of death penalty show trials in the Covaids era?

H/t twitter.com/xmaseveevil1/statu…

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Fuzzy photo alert

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Amber/orange/Mason/fuzzy Photoshop/bad fathers memes.

#AMBERAlert @ottawapolice issuing Amber Alert for missing 4 year old boy. Mason Gray, was reported missing at 7:20 this morning and is believed to be with Jonathan Gray, his father. Pictures attached. #ottnews t.co/uFvf85lZRp

More low quality psyop stories.

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Local fake stories continue

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So glad to see someone else is awake. I too doubt any extreme story coinciding with a Canada wide campaign starting for just this behaviour. 308(11) and 19 are hoax codes too.

Even if it is capable of those speeds, I doubt the Taurus the police drive can do well in excess of 300 to catch up to make the collar. It’s a fake story. I don’t buy it for a second. Was it’s moving. Probably. But 300+? No way!! That’s a faulty reading.

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More coinciding phony corona numbers.

Ontario reported 308 additional cases of COVID-19 on Monday, the third straight day that the growth rate in new cases has been below 2 per cent.

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