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From the page: "JOHN HARLEY ROBERTSON"
From the page: "JOHN HARLEY ROBERTSON"
Government report showing these claims arose earlier, were debunked, and now seem to arise again.
From the page: "Information Regarding John Hartley Robertson Reporting and "Unclaimed"
by National League of POW/MIA Families (Notes) on Friday, April 26, 2013 at 11:58am
Below is a copy of a report compiled by the Defense Prisoner/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) providing background on the case of SFC John H. Robertson (USA, MIA 5/20/1968, Laos). The case is currently the subject of a film entitled âoeUnclaimed.â Sadly, as noted in the official report, claims made by Mr. Dang Than Ngoc and the filmâs producer are false as substantiated by DNA testing and FBI fingerprint analysis.
If you have further questions or concerns regarding this, please contact the DPMO Office of Public Relations via email at Jessica.Pierno@osd.mil
John Hartley Robertson Reporting
"Background: On 20 May 1968, SFC John H. Robertson was the only American aboard a Vietnamese Air Force H-34 helicopter, which was attempting to re-supply an American Special Forces unit that had been under heavy enemy fire. As the helicopter approached its landing zone near the unit (Kalum District, Xekong Province, Laos), it received heavy enemy ground fire.
The pilot attempted to pull away and, losing power, turned the aircraft toward the northeast. The helicopter then struck a row oftrees, exploded into flames, and crashed on a hillside. American witnesses, both on the ground and onboard nearby aircraft, saw the helicopter crash and burn. According to these witnesses, there was no indication that anyone survived.
In 2002, U.S. Government officials received the first of many reports from contacts in both the United States and Southeast Asia suggesting that American serviceman Hartley John Robertson was alive and wanted to return home. "Proof' provided by individuals included data sheets with identification data/fingerprints, biologic matter for DNA testing, and photographs/videos. Associated photographs received, to date, depict at least four different mixed-race Asian men, two of whom have been identified by name. U.S. Government investigators have personally interviewed each of the men identified by name, and both admitted they were not American POWs. In 2004, Government officials received the first still photographs and a videotape depicting the same mixed-race Asian man depicted in Mr. Jorgensen's recently released film, Unclaimed. This individual's name is Dang Than Ngoc, and he is a Vietnamese citizen. Mr. Ngoc was interviewed by U.S. investigators on 20 April, 2006, and after being caught up in inconsistencies with his story, provided his real name and stated he had been presenting himself as an American for a number of years.
During February 2009, two American missionaries, at least one of whom appears in Mr. Jorgensen's film, accompanied Mr. Ngoc from Vietnam where he lives, to Phnom Penh, Cambodia. While in Cambodia, the missionaries made Mr. Ngoc available to American officials who interviewed him, took pictures or him, and obtained fingerprints and hair samples for comparison to unaccounted-for serviceman John H. Robertson. The fingerprints were analyzed by the FBI and determined not to match reference fingerprints on file. The DNA sequences from hair samples obtained were compared to family reference samples held by the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory (AFDIL). Lab technicians determined the sequences did not match. Moreover, biological material provided to a known scam artist by Mr. Ngoc and eventually confiscated by FBI agents in 2010 was determined to be from a haplogroup most commonly associated with Asian individuals.
Bottom Line: Mr. Dang Than Ngoc is not an unaccounted-for American serviceman.
8 Feb 2013" "
From the comments section: "BlueKarl "Sadly, as noted in the official report, claims made by Mr. Dang Than Ngoc and the film窶s producer are false as substantiated by DNA testing and FBI fingerprint analysis." https://www.facebook.com/notes/national-league-of-... Looks pretty damning. "
From the page: "Preacher: Sex with 17-year-old was Lord窶s work "
no one's surprised, least of all the old-time stumblers from way back few of who are still around. Still is sad to see it continue to die off in it's slow suicidal slide. I oughtta use someplace else for my websites repository....
Militarization of the once free USA
Martial Law being prepped for USA
As stumbler FadingFlash who forwarded me this ha s stated: "i keep being reminded and remind people of the GPS'ing of doorsteps of citizens during the last census"That, and the tracking of your cell phone, and best yet the proposed microchip implant on your person; nowhere to run & nowhere to hide.
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Has not been updated in ages, and many links are broken. Still, it provides a good starting point for one's own research.
Edited version, free of those pesky commercials
From the page: "No one disputes that Haiti needed help. Left unsaid was the implicit assumption that one certainly couldnât trust Haitians to help themselves. Aid groups warned potential donors, âoeDo Not Give To The Haitian Government: Haiti is known to be a corrupt country;â media organizations announced that âoethe chief culprit of current or past suffering in Haitiâ was âoeintense corruption.â It wouldnât surprise me if some observers secretly believed the PrÃ©val regime had engineered the earthquake in order to steal billions from the international community.
Though rooted in realityâ"corruption is more overt in Haiti than in more sophisticated countriesâ"Katz argues convincingly that this perception was ridiculously overblown. Though he by no means paints a flattering portrait of the hapless, stubborn PrÃ©val, he criticizes those who automatically assumed the PrÃ©val government was as venal as its predecessors. This was pretty much everybody. The corruption that pervaded the notorious Duvalier and Aristide regimes was assumed to be endemic to Haiti and Haitians, and relief operations were determined to keep their funds out of the Haitian governmentâs reach, no matter who was in charge.
The result? Donated money went directly to NGOs and organizations that were often fundamentally incapable of putting that money to its proper use. Millions of dollars in tens and twenties flowed to the American Red Cross, for instance, which was neither able nor eager to spearhead a comprehensive, long-term redevelopment effort; other aid organizations used the donations for salaries, capacity-building, and other non-earthquake-related matters. Katz estimates that of the $2.43 billion spent on ostensible humanitarian relief by the end of 2010, a mere 7 percent actually made its way to Haiti."
From the page: "
The book highlights the piecemeal, often offensively patronizing, way international disaster relief works. By refusing to give money directly to the Haitian government, citing concerns for corruption, donor nations instead force Haiti to submit to an international, third party committee to oversee how the money is spent. Of course, this results in even less transparency and accountability even as the Haitian government takes the blame for the lack of progress. It also shows how things that seem like no-brainers (delivering free medical services and food) actually hurt the local economy (local food suppliers and medical practitioners driven out of business). And how corporations, such as the garment industry, use such disasters as opportunities to take advantage of poorer countries for cheap labor.
Katz spares no one, not even himself as a journalist reporting on the disaster for AP, from scrutiny. There is a distinct undercurrent of raw anger in the narrative. It is an honest, righteous anger that transfers easily to the reader as senseless roadblock after roadblock is thrown up against the reconstruction by various factors all vying to control the situation for their own benefit. More poignantly, we witness the actual struggles of the people of Haiti in intimate detail as they try their best to get along with their lives.
For anyone who wonders why third-world countries continue to struggle after the billions of dollars pledged to them over the decades, this book will open your eyes to the horrors often inflicted in the name of charity."
FTP: "A few thousand residents in Wilson were fed up with paying a high price for low-speed broadband and limited cable service, so they founded a community-owned ISP based on optical-fiber networks running to the front door called Greenlight. Compared with the limited channels, slow data rates and expensive fees charged by the cable company, Greenlight is a fantastic bargain. The basic package includes 81 channels, 10 mbps down and upload speeds, and unlimited long distance phone calls to the U.S and Canada for $99. A similar package from Time Warner Cable offers fewer channels, slower upload speeds and costs 40% more--and that's the "introductory offer" price. Greenlight even has a top-end broadband service that rips along at an obscene 100mbps, ten times faster than TWC's best.
So what is TWC doing about this--improving its service, dropping prices and offering great incentives to tempt customers back into the fold? Nope, the company is lobbying the North Carolina senate to outlaw community ISPs on the grounds that it can't compete.
Yes, you read that correctly. And no, your assumptions about what "free and fair competition" mean aren't all wrong. It's difficult to see this as anything other than TWC's sour grape attempt to cover up its own inefficiencies. What the cable company is doing is apparently trying to enforce lower-spec, more expensive services on Wilson's residents just because it wants to, and because it's got the financial heft to press the legal case. "
From the page: "The gun owner was not home when the burglary occurred, the source said."Too bad, if he was home then there'd prolly be one less burglar in White Plains.
From the page: "Beyond coincidence: Pieces of the puzzle rapidly coming together
Sure, a car crash involving John Noveske could be a coincidence. It could also be a coincidence that no video footage has been released from Sandy Hook showing Adam Lanza carrying any rifle whatsoever.
It might also be a coincidence that Dianne Feinstein just happened to have her detailed gun confiscation bill ready to release immediately following the Sandy Hook shooting.
It might also be a total coincidence that according to Google.com, the United Way Sandy Hook donation support page was created on December 11, 2012 -- a full three days before the shooting took place.
It could also be a total coincidence that NBC News reported Adam Lanza's AR-15 rifle was left in his car and was never used in the shooting at all.
I suppose it could be a coincidence that Bank of America slammed home an economic embargo against an online gun parts retailer in the days following the Sandy Hook shooting.
And it could be coincidence that Facebook suspended or shut down the accounts of hundreds of prominent people who advocated the Second Amendment, including our account here at Natural News.
And finally, it could be a total coincidence that police radio recordings seem to indicate there were multiple shooters involved in Sandy Hook.
But what are the odds of ALL of these coincidences existing simultaneously? Those odds are virtually zero.
Something's fishy with all this. It's becoming increasingly apparent that an order has come down from the very top to destroy, silence, threaten or execute true American patriots. Steve Quayle has long predicted this would be the very first step before foreign troops are unleashed on American soil to take over the country and deliver it, just as Obama has always planned, into the hands of the globalist crime syndicate.
It all sounds outrageous, I admit, and I'm not even sure what to believe myself. But it's becoming more difficult by the day to deny actual events happening right before our eyes. Believe what you will, but don't be surprised if people like Steve Quayle and Alex Jones were right all along. If we see any more mysterious deaths of prominent gun advocates, it going to raise huge red flags across the patriot community."
Rest in peace John Noveske, you'll be missed.
Rest in Peace John Noveske, you will be missed.
Rest in peace John Noveske, you'll be missed,