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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 16, 2011

    Interesting history

    Why did 'hitman' get off so easy when he is the one who actually killed the people? Since 1995,a man has been monitored continuously since Bulger became a fugitive. This largely took place in the workplace, as the man has been employable only with companies which have federal contracts. In 1997 the man was invited to an interview at ABA personnel in Haverhill,Massachusetts where the interviewer pumped him for information about the Woburn Massachusetts cancer epidemic as well as knowledge of Whitey. About the same time he was interviewed at an office suite in Cummings Park,Woburn in which the interviewer said he represented an"undisclosed company with ties to the space program in Switzerland". The man was invited to White Mountain Pines software in Nashua, New Hampshire and photographed while waiting in the reception area for an interview which never materialized. A short time later, the same man began receiving hateful messages in Yahoo chat across his computer screen only. White Mountain Pines software made "CUCME" software which would have permitted this hateful messaging. The man was called several times into Raytheon, lucrativ e jobs dangled before him, only to be blown off. One such offer involved an interviewer with NSA-logo items all over his office in Burlington,Massachusetts.While working at NEC computers in Boxborough,Mass. the man was befriended by a man who 'coincidentally' lived in the same town 35 miles away. The new befriender,"Mr. Allen"after a short introductory friendship,began indicating he was watching the man work out at the gym, do business at Market Basket supermarket, knew every video the man rented, and constantly followed him wherever he went while denying that he was gay or bisexual. Mr. Allen constantly followed the man and requested at every opportunity access to his apartment. When Mr. Allen was called at home, automatic callbacks to the calling phone were made, as if being monitored by a third party.Much of this happened in Lawrence, Massachusetts where the FBI is said to have had an office with a Lowell,Ma. phone number. Also in Lawrence, the man was maneuvered into working at a satellite location with 10 others at a time when allegedly 10 witnesses were being sequestered to be used against Bulger. The man was also dragged to promising interviews with Cerulean in Marlboro, Mass. only to be blown off completely. Eventually the man was steered to Home Depot, where he was surrounded by management and non-management employees alike who frequently lied about their actual names and aggressively undermined the man's work to make him look bad.In addition, individuals emplaced into his life before Whitey went on the lam began interfering with phone communications by calling from phone lines or phones with COMSEC designations, essentially impounding phone records and allowing those agencies to manipulate incoming calls to prevent other employment,etc.The man was also steered, thanks to phone manipulation,into living situations where the landlords could monitor him as well as inspect his personal belongings and habits.One such landlord was a major campaign driver for Obama in New Hampshire who had changed their name in 2008.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2011

    Sample looks good - Does NOOK version include the photos?

    I've downloaded the NOOK sample, and it looks pretty good. Question: The hardcover edition is filled with photos, but the NOOK sample (55 pages) has not a one. Does anybody know if the full NOOK version includes the photos that are in the hardcover edition? If not, it doesn't seem worth buying the full NOOK version.

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