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Intelligence Report from Field McConnell and David Hawkins as of Dec. 7, 2011

Field and David review current news (e.g., resignation of FAA chief Randy Babbitt) and reframe evidence related to the 1996 rape-murder of JonBenet Ramsey.
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Intelligence Report from Field McConnell and David Hawkins as of Nov. 30, 2011

Field and David theorize that Field’s sister, Kristine Marcy, took advantage of her powerful position to use the U.S. Military Court of Appeals to enforce Star Chamber-style oaths of allegiance for extortion purposes.


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Intelligence Report from Field McConnell and David Hawkins as of Nov. 23, 2011

Field and David zero in on the illegal procurement of Clipper hacking devices used to pull off major crimes such as the Pickton pig farm murders and 9/11.
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Intelligence Report from David Hawkins as of Sep. 14, 2011

Subbing for Field McConnell, Abel Danger agent Suky Slicer (Sue Freeman) joins David Hawkins to review the snuff-film murder of JonBenet Ramsey and the spoliation of WTC#7 evidence on 9/11. During the second and third hours (available to subscribers), David Hawkins departs and Richard from Wembley, Texas, provides commentary.

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Intelligence Report from Field McConnell and David Hawkins as of Aug. 3, 2011

Field and David speculate that Crown Agents’ Sister Marina Johnson launched the Stuxnet virus through PwC’s public key infrastructure that contributed to the June 2009 crash of Air France Flight 447.

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