Crash Site Recognition
Sam Aurelius Milam III
In the previous eight issues of this newsletter, I presented pictures of crash sites. In this issue, I'm showing pictures of the alleged crash site at the Pentagon. Compare these pictures to the previous pictures. Does the Pentagon appear to be a crash site? To me, that doesn't appear to be the case. If it isn't a crash site, then what is it? Where's the airplane that allegedly crashed there? What happened to the airplane's passengers and to the members of its crew?
More information about the alleged Pentagon crash site is available in my essays Pentagon Anomalies and Unnamed Agency. They're available in The Sovereign's Library.
to the Editor
[Re: Hontiveros letter, August, pages 1 — 2]
Ref: "please share with me any murder you know of where police shot an unarmed white man" This is for Ramon D. Hontiveros P-34034
And here are some of the 29,000 other results:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQTEjW3qxuY Graphic: Body Camera Footage Shows Police Fatally Shooting Unarmed Man in Utah
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ufn8cKUjxbk Arizona Cops Shoot / Execute Unarmed Man — STABILIZED VERSION
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMDIK4bOpwk Trigger Happy Cop Kills Unarmed Man Holding Baby: Scottsdale, AZ
"if all of the races were to be somehow magically blended together into a tan-colored race by tomorrow morning, then people would still find ways to be bigoted."
That's true, look at the people of Easter Island — all inbred but royalty and peon separated by long-ear and short-eared
"propaganda, misinformation, the promulgation of false assumptions" I TOTALLY AGREE! If you can't think the 'crime' you can't imagine doing the 'crime' then that's self-policing, I.E. self-censorship.
http://www.apa.org/monitor/feb05/hues.aspx "Experiments have found that whether or not you can register a color depends on whether or not you have a name for it in your language. You can see the color, it just doesn't register in your mind."
https://www.youtube.com/user/PSYWARORDERthe total spying upon you by Windows 10 makes your hair stand on end! It is Fascism, government and industry working together to turn on the country's own citizens.
In response to one of your mentions in a recent Frontiersman [June, page 2]. Just because I (others) have never commented to you about your purpose/reasons for all the crash sites data, doesn't mean we weren't knowledgeable about the reason. To me it IS PLUM OBVIOUS — its purposed to (eventually) reveal that the 9/11 crashes (e.g. in Penn. & Pentagon) could not possibly have happened (per the lying story) & your many crash site articles prove that — to enhance tons of other data that reveal the same thing.
Really good articles in newsletter — people still don't believe 9-11 was an inside job.
Thank you for continuing to send the Frontiersman — each issue is edifying & I read it right away & share them w/others.
—a prisonerFog of Justice
Robert H. Outman, Prisoner P-79939
Everyone readily recognizes the "fog of war", which conveniently excused the multi-trillion dollar mistake of the greatest minds in government, absolutely convinced that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction. However, in society's rush to judgment, no one recognizes the fog of justice, which also leaves a path of destruction.
The United States' war on crime has produced 25 percent of the world's prisoners, at a cost of $62+ billion a year, yet the U.S. represents only 5 percent of the world's population. Are people in the U.S. exceptionally evil, or is the fog of justice blinding us?
Warfare requires a mindset that the enemy must be neutralized at any cost. Our public guardians have declared "war" on crime, establishing an ironic parallel and unintentionally giving rise to a miasmic fog.
In one of many incidents, the Washington Post on the weekend of April 18th 2015 reported how the miasma manifests itself. "The Justice Department and FBI have formally acknowledged that nearly every examiner in an elite FBI forensic unit gave flawed testimony in almost all trials in which they offered evidence against criminal defendants over more than a two-decade period before 2000." One of the many victims of this fog of justice was Santae Tribble, who served 28 years in prison for murder. His conviction was based on FBI testimony about a single strand of hair which, many years later, was found to be a dog hair. Fallacious testimony and evidence is not exclusive to the FBI. It is a systemic fog in the war on crime.
police, and crime lab technicians think of justice as winning at all costs.
Bear in mind that none of these warriors in the war on crime are promoted
on acquittals. Convictions bring praise and promotions. The
more felony convictions an agency can chalk up, the larger will be its
budget to wage war on crime. Prosecutors do not see their careers
flourish with "Not Guilty" rulings. To lose a case brings shame upon
a pride driven "justice" warrior. Nothing could be further from the
truth when a jury is told "This officer has no reason to lie." A
distinct fog sprawls through the halls and battlefields of our war on crime.
In a typical police action, once an arrest is made and a conclusion is drawn, a perverse Rubicon is crossed. The investigation is driven to prove the conclusion, not to establish innocence. All to often, the case needs to be "tweaked" to conform to the conclusion. After all, "all is fair in love and war." People have to realize that every war has its collateral damage, even the war on crime.
The collateral damage of this war is too great to ignore. Not only are people losing their precious freedom while billions of dollars are squandered, but society's soul is being compromised! This insanity has to stop. Justice should be treasured, not bastardized!
Weather or Not
Sam Aurelius Milam III
When I was young, some of the old timers used to glare up at the vapor trails in the sky and mutter, "If'n they don't keep them danged jet arrow planes out'n tha sky, they's agonna ruin tha blamed weather!"
I didn't know then, and I don't know now, if those old timers were correct. Maybe it was just the usual skepticism of anything that's new or different. Nevertheless, I have noticed that, when the conditions are right, those vapor trails can propagate into a wide cloud cover. I don't know for sure but creating a cloud cover where there wasn't one before might be significant in terms of the weather.
If you get into the habit of looking up at the sky, then you might sometimes see a criss-crossed checkerboard pattern of vapor trails. You might sometimes notice that all of the visible clouds are long and linear, or can be seen to have developed from long, linear clouds, that is, from vapor trails.
See the photographs.
My thanks to the following: SantaClara Bob; Lady Jan the Voluptuous; my mother; Betty; and Eric, of Ione, California.
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