Wednesday, April 08, 2009

College students selling magazines

Chinese revenge? This is being spun as the hoariest of urban legends, the gang initiation. The white van with Florida plates had been stopped and was determined by police to be 'college students selling magazines' (the new 'art students'?). Note the comments to this article (posted before they disappear):
""...that they are confident its occupants were college students selling magazines ..."

this is a favorite cover story used by the Zionists / Mossad, especially while in the usa.

for example, some of the Zionists / Mossad agents taken into custody after 9/11 for filming the jets flying into the WTC claimed that they were college students selling magazine subscriptions and were released and immediately flew back to Zionland.

and who buys magazine subscriptions from door to door salespeople these days ???

Posted by flo_mo_t (anonymous) on March 26, 2009 at 10:01 a.m."

"and why would you drive all the way from Florida to sell magazine subscriptions in Loudoun County Virginia ???

those van occupants all need to be apprehended and water boarded. they either are involved or witnessed what transpired.

Posted by flo_mo_t (anonymous) on March 26, 2009 at 10:04 a.m."

"What this article fails to mention (maybe the reporter didn't know?) is that the "college students" in the van with Florida tags had been in Shenstone and the surrounding areas on Saturday afternoon and evening, and although they were "selling magazines," they were lying about where they were from (stating that they were neighbors alternatively from Beacon Hill and the Hidden Gap areas depending upon which neighbor he spoke to), that they were selling magazines for the benefit of local charities, lying about having sold subscriptions to neighbors (but giving you enough personal information about your neighbor to make you believe it's true), asking questions about where and when you work, about the vehicles in your driveway, about the habits of your neighbors (particularly the ones on the street with long driveways that make seeing the house difficult from the road), and trying to make excuses to get inside your house. The kid that came to my house came with a skateboard and said that he had ridden it across Route 7. He wasn't wearing a coat (it was about 45 degrees) because he claimed he left it at home, but when I saw him leave in his van, he was wearing one. He even suggested that he come inside so that he could write on a table. He wasn't afraid of my two very loud barking dogs either. Oh, and when my neighbor called the sheriff's department to report the incident, the deputy advised her that these boys had been seen trying the doors and windows of houses in Shenstone when no one answered the door. So, they may have been "college students selling magazines," but I believe they were also scoping houses in presumably affluent neighborhoods to determine which ones would make the best targets for home invasions.

Oh, and the boy who came to my house was Caucasian, with chin length blond hair, and was about 6'1 and weighed about 155-160 pounds. He was tall and very slender. He was also a very smooth talker. Even if these college students are not involved in the Bennett case - and I'm not suggesting that they are - they are scammers who are obtaining money under false pretenses.

Be vigilant!!

Posted by urdileoj (anonymous) on March 26, 2009 at 5:06 p.m."

"He was officialy the one to be held responsible for the CIA suggested NATO "accidental" bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade, Serbia back in 1999 that has taken the lives of 3 news reporters and left 27 people severely injured.

He was the one blamed for the "mistake" and fired from the CIA immediately afterwards. This was the one and only target suggested by the CIA to the NATO during the entire bombing campaign. An investigation regarding the Chinesse embassy bombing did not make any headway in the news.

You will not find any mention of this in any news report regarding the investigation into the death of William Bennett.

Posted by fredric.valve (anonymous) on April 7, 2009 at 12:35 p.m."
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