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Africa, Anaconda, and Andrew Bogut: THE FINAL DAYSs Movers and Takers contribution to the Clinton welcome and goltr Denise Rich of New York City, the club worth a total of $7,000 wagon, a dinin Songwriter Denise Rich of New famed tax cheat and fugitive Marc Rich, gavetw es Wife two chairs worth $7.375. Ms. Rich explained later ee table much this piece of art would fetch on the Dendez Badarch, Ulan Bator, Mongolia, $1,300, drawings of Mongolian landscapes ve furniture. There was a list going around oPftown Alumni, class of 1968, $38,000, Dale 10 As Margaret Carlson of Time m Rich gifts raised the question of a quid pro quo since Bt ecorator. " о - Georgetown Chihuly basket set Athis, Los Angeles, $2,400, dining chairs bestowed upon her ex-husband a presidential pard magazine observe f, at utterl y without rational justification. The rest of the gifts somehow suggested a care packa e - Robert Berks, Orient, New York, $2,500, bust of Harry ple who already had too much. Highlights include: Truman Bruce Bernson, Santa Barbara, California, $300, golf Ken Burns, Walpole, New Hampshire, $800, photograph of Duke Ellington Myra Greenspun, Green Valley, Nevada, $1,588, flatware Vinad Gupta, Omaha, $450, leather jacket Richard C. Helmstetter, Carlsbad, California, $525, golf Ll > Ely Callaway, Carlsbad, California, $499, golf driver > Iris Cantor, New York, $4,992, china Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brandt, Winnetka, Illinois, $5,000, china Robin Carnahan and Nina Ganci, St. Louis, Missouri $340, two sweaters > Glen Ed en Carpets, Calhoun, Georgia, $6,282, two car- pets > Dale Chihuly, Seattle, $22,000, glass sculpture driver and balls > Hal Hunnicutt, Conway, Arkansas, $360, golf irons » Ghada Irani, Los Angeles, California, $4,944, flatware Colete D'Etremont, New Brunswick, Canada, $500, fa- Etremont, New Brunswick, Canada, $300, flat- Dennis Doucet, Coral Gables, Florida, $310, golf bag, is Doucette, Coral Gables, Florida, $310, golf bag Jill and Ken Iscol, Pound Ridge, New York, $2,110, china and jacket Martin Patrick Evans, Chicago. $5,000, rug travel humidor, china cabinet, and copy of President Lincoln's Cooper Union speech > Lee Flicks, Cincinnati, $3,650, kitchen table and four Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaye, New York City, $9,683, cigar >Lynn Forester, New York City, $1,353, cashmere sweater >Paul Goldenberg, La Habra, California, $2,993, television > David Kilgariff, North Yorkshire, England, $300, golf driver and DVD player > Barbara Allen, Belfast, Northern Ireland, $650, a water- > Steve Leutkehans, Morton Grove, Illinois, $650 golf color of the Clinton ancestral homestead (one can only driver > David Martinous, Little Rock, Arkansas, $1,000, needle- point rug THE FINAL DAYS Movers and T Steve Mittman, New York, $19.900, two > Jan Munro, Sarasota, Florida, $650, paintin Brad Noe, High Point, North Carolina, $2.,843, rth of china and flatware. Not much in that for t taste runs to burgers and pizza. and ottoman > Katsuhiro Miura, Japan, $500, golf driver whose culinary City about lining up gift favors he is known to seek $4,000 worth of golf stuff. On r forms of gifts. Hard to put a precise va e world could Mr. and Mrs. Kaye have could Mr. for other tO'Leary, San Fr coul ancisco, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Panko, Concord, North $595 pantsuit and the job as a White House intern. And how have sent a ci What kind of a sense of humor does Mr. Kay And what in the es had done enough damage, getting Mor three putterS the new Clint e have sweater Mr. and Mrs. Paolo Papini, Florence, I ravel ci gar humidor to leather box Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pynoos, Beverly Hills, C $5,767, cashmere shawl and flatware Italy, $425, Italian was not on Hillary's department store regis an, who had just recei nce for a book she hadn't yet written and me a United States senator, soliciting chi and cashmere sweaters, as if she were abo ary duty in Africa, was too much for the publi gifts had to be wrapped up, so to speak, be Senate gift rules would have limited her to $1 Tough to get china for that price even at Ce And the former president stood to ma speech once freed from his White House d to think that maybe, at that rate, he could > Brian Ready, Chappaqua, New York, $300, pai > David Rowland, Springfield,Illinois, $500, chedk by President Harry Truman in 1934 (no wored 0 The spectacle of a wom Buddy, the Clinton's dog whether Hillary has cashed the check) Stuart Shiller, Hialeah, Florida, $1,170 lamps > Mr. and Mrs. Vo Viet Thanh, Ho Chi Minh Ciy Vietnam, $350, framed tapestry >Joan Tumpson, Miami, Florida, $3,000 Ity In Edith Wasserman, Beverly Hills, California, $4,967, flat- ware > Mr. and Mrs. Allen Whiting, West Tisbury, Massachu- own golf clubs The Clintons finally announced that gifts. No one explained exactly how tha Nevertheless, in the eyes of many, the selves for gifts that they could easily b Michael Tomasky of New York setts, $300, painting "Oyster Pond" James Lee Witt, Alexandria, Virginia, $450, cowboy boots > Mr. and Mrs. Bud Yorkin, Los Angeles, $500, antique book on President Washington 11/07/00: Hillary elected to the Senate. 01/03/01: Hillary confirmed to Senate and the $100 max gift limit takes effect. Here are some of the "GIFTS" that she took in in 2 short months.
Africa, Anaconda, and Andrew Bogut: THE FINAL DAYSs
 Movers and Takers
 contribution to the Clinton welcome
 and goltr Denise Rich of New York City, the
 club worth a total of $7,000
 wagon, a dinin
 Songwriter Denise Rich of New
 famed tax cheat and fugitive Marc Rich, gavetw es Wife
 two chairs worth $7.375. Ms. Rich explained later ee table
 much this piece of art would fetch on the
 Dendez Badarch, Ulan Bator, Mongolia, $1,300, drawings
 of Mongolian landscapes
 ve furniture. There was a list going around
 oPftown Alumni, class of 1968, $38,000, Dale
 10 As Margaret Carlson of Time m
 Rich gifts raised the question of a quid pro quo since Bt
 ecorator. " о
 - Georgetown
 Chihuly basket set
 Athis, Los Angeles, $2,400, dining chairs
 bestowed upon her ex-husband a presidential pard
 magazine observe
 f,
 at
 utterl
 y without rational justification.
 The rest of the gifts somehow suggested a care packa
 e
 - Robert Berks, Orient, New York, $2,500, bust of Harry
 ple who already had too much. Highlights include:
 Truman
 Bruce Bernson, Santa Barbara, California, $300, golf
 Ken Burns, Walpole, New Hampshire, $800, photograph
 of Duke Ellington
 Myra Greenspun, Green Valley, Nevada, $1,588, flatware
 Vinad Gupta, Omaha, $450, leather jacket
 Richard C. Helmstetter, Carlsbad, California, $525, golf
 Ll
 > Ely Callaway, Carlsbad, California, $499, golf driver
 > Iris Cantor, New York, $4,992, china
 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brandt, Winnetka, Illinois, $5,000,
 china
 Robin Carnahan and Nina Ganci, St. Louis, Missouri
 $340,
 two sweaters
 > Glen Ed
 en Carpets, Calhoun, Georgia, $6,282, two car-
 pets
 > Dale Chihuly, Seattle, $22,000, glass sculpture
 driver and balls
 > Hal Hunnicutt, Conway, Arkansas, $360, golf irons
 » Ghada Irani, Los Angeles, California, $4,944, flatware
 Colete D'Etremont, New Brunswick, Canada, $500, fa-
 Etremont, New Brunswick, Canada, $300, flat-
 Dennis Doucet, Coral Gables, Florida, $310, golf bag,
 is Doucette, Coral Gables, Florida, $310, golf bag
 Jill and Ken Iscol, Pound Ridge, New York, $2,110, china
 and jacket
 Martin Patrick Evans, Chicago. $5,000, rug
 travel humidor, china cabinet, and copy of President
 Lincoln's Cooper Union speech
 > Lee Flicks, Cincinnati, $3,650, kitchen table and four
 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaye, New York City, $9,683, cigar
 >Lynn Forester, New York City, $1,353, cashmere sweater
 >Paul Goldenberg, La Habra, California, $2,993, television
 > David Kilgariff, North Yorkshire, England, $300, golf
 driver
 and DVD player
 > Barbara Allen, Belfast, Northern Ireland, $650, a water-
 > Steve Leutkehans, Morton Grove, Illinois, $650 golf
 color of the Clinton ancestral homestead (one can only
 driver
 > David Martinous, Little Rock, Arkansas, $1,000, needle-
 point rug

 THE FINAL DAYS
 Movers and T
 Steve Mittman, New York, $19.900, two
 > Jan Munro, Sarasota, Florida, $650, paintin
 Brad Noe, High Point, North Carolina, $2.,843,
 rth of china and flatware. Not much in that for t
 taste runs to burgers and pizza.
 and ottoman
 > Katsuhiro Miura, Japan, $500, golf driver
 whose culinary
 City
 about
 lining up gift
 favors he is known to seek
 $4,000 worth of golf stuff. On
 r forms of gifts. Hard to put a precise va
 e world could Mr. and Mrs. Kaye have
 could Mr.
 for other
 tO'Leary, San Fr
 coul
 ancisco,
 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Panko, Concord, North
 $595 pantsuit and
 the job as a White House intern. And how
 have sent a ci
 What kind of a sense of humor does Mr. Kay
 And what in the
 es had done enough damage, getting Mor
 three putterS
 the new Clint
 e have
 sweater
 Mr. and Mrs. Paolo Papini, Florence, I
 ravel ci
 gar humidor to
 leather box
 Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pynoos, Beverly Hills, C
 $5,767, cashmere shawl and flatware
 Italy, $425, Italian
 was not on Hillary's department store regis
 an, who had just recei
 nce for a book she hadn't yet written and
 me a United States senator, soliciting chi
 and cashmere sweaters, as if she were abo
 ary duty in Africa, was too much for the publi
 gifts had to be wrapped up, so to speak, be
 Senate gift rules would have limited her to $1
 Tough to get china for that price even at Ce
 And the former president stood to ma
 speech once freed from his White House d
 to think that maybe, at that rate, he could
 > Brian Ready, Chappaqua, New York, $300, pai
 > David Rowland, Springfield,Illinois, $500, chedk
 by President Harry Truman in 1934 (no wored
 0
 The spectacle of a wom
 Buddy, the Clinton's dog
 whether Hillary has cashed the check)
 Stuart Shiller, Hialeah, Florida, $1,170 lamps
 > Mr. and Mrs. Vo Viet Thanh, Ho Chi Minh Ciy
 Vietnam, $350, framed tapestry
 >Joan Tumpson, Miami, Florida, $3,000
 Ity
 In
 Edith Wasserman, Beverly Hills, California, $4,967, flat-
 ware
 > Mr. and Mrs. Allen Whiting, West Tisbury, Massachu-
 own golf clubs
 The Clintons finally announced that
 gifts. No one explained exactly how tha
 Nevertheless, in the eyes of many, the
 selves for gifts that they could easily b
 Michael Tomasky of New York
 setts, $300, painting "Oyster Pond"
 James Lee Witt, Alexandria, Virginia, $450, cowboy boots
 > Mr. and Mrs. Bud Yorkin, Los Angeles, $500, antique
 book on President Washington
11/07/00: Hillary elected to the Senate. 01/03/01: Hillary confirmed to Senate and the $100 max gift limit takes effect. Here are some of the "GIFTS" that she took in in 2 short months.

11/07/00: Hillary elected to the Senate. 01/03/01: Hillary confirmed to Senate and the $100 max gift limit takes effect. Here are some of th...

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 Kenneth Douglas Carroll, 72, Jaelas Shaw, 17, Kyle Wible, 0, Brandon Michael Sulliv,16,Din Daniel Durden, 30, Clarisse Grime, 16, SsterJacgueline Wah 9, Diner,44, Saa Escudero, 64,
 Olivia Monet Wi 17, Ryan Jeffrey Scholz,9, Brandon Michael Sullvan, 16, Jean McCarthy, 71, Alexander Russell Aitkin, 22, Jery Lazy, 61, Kathleen Byham, 45 DlPollack, 31, Modena Dollison43, Jn
 Christopher we,4, Matthew J Denice, 23, Come A Damske, 34, Ama Bronson, 11, Jonathan Campbel, 15, William Dennis McCarn, 66, Officer Kemn Will, 38, lrio Scuteri,49, Daniel
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 Joshua Wilkerpon, 18, Chance Zobel, 23, Casey Ryn Bohr, 23, Britany Blakely, 18, Chere Cameron Osmanhodzic, 34, Matt Landy, 21, Montez Baily, 21, Sister Denise Mosis, Zachary Caes, 32, Robert Krentz,
 Kendrick Owens, 13, Jeremy Seay, Angel Sea Jurgen Dietmar Cheston, 48, D mess Er 10 Beverly Duffield, 74, s dra Z afonts, ss, D el M Kenne, S 8 Mar en McKe e, 65 Robet Rosas Jr, 30, Re
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 Jeren er Lee H ptors, S ron Nicole L e 23, pat cia G th , 49, Debra Se ede 51 А hr E sel 30, M en Kudi 3, Luis Agular, 32, Jesse Javer s 13, H rter J 9. En lee Olo 9, Reed Steve 12, police
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Amy Schumer, Birthday, and Church: Monty Python too white for today's BBC Matthew Moore Media Correspondent like Monty Python that feature guys who move to London in a nat xesticulate. Of course, not Church of E all humour goes off at the hauled themselves on to The sketch show starred Michael Palin, is not ngland once share, thejokes feel quite familiar andit x Oxbridge white blokes would not ground or telling or a new story then thats not interesting. Mr Allen said television to denounce a diverse enough, the 8BCS head of comedy said ommissioned by the BBC today the estimate, Peter Pink Panther films, some looks very tame to start with He added: It's about how originalthe voice you have, rather thap what school of which are now more modern eyes. What, you than 50 years old, have many years of laughter outraged prelates have ahead of them before theymade of Amy Schumer? Comedy stars from John Cleese and Brie Idle to Stephen Fry and Hugh Lau re built successful television careers James Marriott ifter honing their craft at Cambridge Comment Footlights, but the national broadcaster hit their sell-by date. Henry birthday special hosted by Sin Trevor McDonald and a live Hal lowe'en episode of Inside No 9, the The same is not true of Python sketches look like Monty Python, If the just so much juvenile silliness, I wonder how now looking for more diversit Brooke-Taylor. Graeme Garden and surreal brand of humour doesn't age was groundbreaking and many Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith from innovative back in the age of 30 like me can sit The League of Gentlemen. BBC Three l Oddie, who went on to form The Peter Cook, Emma Thompson Sixties, it doesn't look that through nonsense about changed, Monty Python dead parrot and raise on which a lot of its female stars: The Diary of a Hounslow Girl by Ambreen Raz- dies. Other former members in- actor. Gags that must have way today. As times have knights who say "ni or a had the groundlings splitting their sides back has lost the shock factor much more than a com and Olivia Colman story In My Skin by Kayleigh Viewers had heard enough about the in the Bard's day leave metropolitan, educated experience modern audiences stoney James Marriott is an arts writer for success depended. It sketc show Tash and Elie by Natasi Demetriou and Elie White Last year the media lator Ofcom told the iB nd crave sketch shows and sitcoms faced, however hard the seems almost quaint to reflect that bishops of the The Times with a sense of place" claimed Shane actors gurn and llen, controller of BBC comedy BC range of people who reflect modern The show's stars, David Mitchell and His comments came as the B its tel eries of new comedy pro- world and have got something to say Robert Webb, were both members of erent and we haven't seen the Footlights comedy group at Cam rammes fronted by female and ethnic that's diff before," he said. casters shows as too tr tional and risk-averse It's about telling stories that haven't etch show Famalam, which hasan all ting against teenagers who happened tobeen told When you look at the ones lack cast, as an example of how the win a place at Oxbridge, Mr Allen in- recent comedies that have done well r Allen cited recent BBC Three Asked if the drive risked discrimina- I they've got a really specific sense of April thata row overali iwe talent. Hesaid it had been 50 years "posh people" appearing on television. place," he said, picking out award-win- nce Monty Python, which he de However, he indicated that shows ning mockumentary This Country, set bsa"producer-led gang show like Channel 4s acclaimed Peep Show in a deprived Cotswolds village, and lf we're going to assemble a team about the lives of two middle-class BBC Three's The Young Offenders sisted there was no class war ban on as a platform to hai resign ow it's not going to be six Oxbridge graduates who share a flat after uni about two miscreant Irish teenagers "If a sitcom comes in about three versity, were not a priority for the BBC etide blokes, it's going to be a diverse
Amy Schumer, Birthday, and Church: Monty Python too white for today's BBC
 Matthew Moore Media Correspondent
 like Monty Python that feature
 guys who move to London in a nat
 xesticulate. Of course, not Church of E
 all humour goes off at the hauled themselves on to
 The sketch show
 starred Michael Palin, is not
 ngland once
 share, thejokes feel quite familiar andit
 x Oxbridge white blokes would not
 ground or telling or a new story then
 thats not interesting. Mr Allen said
 television to denounce a diverse enough, the 8BCS
 head of comedy said
 ommissioned by the BBC today the
 estimate, Peter
 Pink Panther films, some looks very tame to
 start with
 He added: It's about how originalthe
 voice you have, rather thap what school
 of which are now more
 modern eyes. What, you
 than 50 years old, have
 many years of laughter outraged prelates have
 ahead of them before theymade of Amy Schumer?
 Comedy stars from John Cleese and
 Brie Idle to Stephen Fry and Hugh Lau
 re built successful television careers James Marriott
 ifter honing their craft at Cambridge Comment
 Footlights, but the national broadcaster
 hit their sell-by date.
 Henry birthday special hosted by Sin
 Trevor McDonald and a live Hal
 lowe'en episode of Inside No 9, the
 The same is not true of Python sketches look like
 Monty Python, If the
 just so much juvenile
 silliness, I wonder how
 now looking for more diversit
 Brooke-Taylor. Graeme Garden and
 surreal brand of humour
 doesn't age was groundbreaking and many
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 PRESIDENT ORDERS HALT
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 REVERSAL: Trump signs
 executive order to end
 controversial practice,
 but legal hurdles remain
 EXCEPTIONS: Not all
 arriving families will be
 able to remain together
 under new directive
 BY MICHAEL D. SHEAR
 & ABBY GOODNOUGH
 BY KATE MORRISSEY
 President Donald Trump's
 WASHINGTON
 xecutive order signed Wednes
 President Donald Trump
 day to address public outrage at
 sought to stanch a public outcry
 over his administration's "zero tol
 erance" immigration policy
 Wednesday, signing an executive
 order to end family separations at
 the government for separating
 families at the U.S.-Mexico borde
 may not help all arriving families
 stay togethe
 end family separations
 Some critics pointed to the call
 to keep families in detention long-
 MANDEL NGAN GETTY IMAGES
 the U.S.-Mexico border
 Trump's reversal, amid his own President Donald Trump signs an executive order as Vice Pres- er,while others questioned the or-
 aides' derense of the practice, sig- ident Mike Pence and DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen look on. der's exceptions and what would
 happen to policies that lead to
 naled a political retreat after an
 international backlash over im
 ages of hundreds of children being
 taken from their parents and held
 in detention facilities.
 MILLIONS DONATED TO HELP
 SEPARATED FAMILIES
 ed with their families while the
 adults remain in federal custody
 family separations at ports ofen-
 try
 during their immigration pro-
 A6 Images of crying children ceedings.
 t is also the policy of this ad
 ministration to maintain family
 prompt flood of financial support
 There will not be a grand unity, including by detaining alien
 fathering of existing cases," said families together where appropri-
 "We're going to have strong
 very strong- borders, but we are
 going to keep the families to-
 gether," Trump said as he signed
 the order in the Oval once. “I
 ate and consistent with law and
 available resources," the order
 says. "It is unfortunate that Con
 gress's failure to act and court or-
 ders have put the administration
 in the position of separating alien
 custody for more than 20 days,
 which is the current limit because
 ofa1997 court orde
 Kenneth Wolfe, a spokesman for
 the Administration for Children
 and Families, a division of the De
 didn't like the sight or the feeling And the president's order does
 offamilies being separated
 not address the plight of the more
 than 2,300 children who have al-
 Services. Wolfe said the decision
 about the children was made by
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 eparating familes still faces legal ready been separated from their the White House
 nd practical obstacles. A federal parents under the presidents
 udge could refuse to give the
 rump administration the au- ficials initially said those children of communications for the p
 families to effectively enforce the
 But later Wednesday evening
 Brian Marriott, the senior director
 aw
 The order instructs the De-
 "zero tolerance" policy. Federal of-
 hority
 it wants to hold familles in
 would not be immediately reunit
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 SDG&E, SOCALGAS
 MADE FALSE CLAIMS
4chan, Alive, and Being Alone: DAL 16.10.16 WikiLeaks Clinton's "17 US intelligence agencies" may be the biggest, most immediately disprovable wopper ever intentionally made during a debate VIDEO: https:l/vimeo.com/252630938 Anonymous ID: w 2 L-103/21/18 Wed 12:11:10 No.164819568 トー648 9689 >164820260)> 16826144 164826470 164853210>> 64856764 1648 8083 Apr 16th John Jones QC, Assange's U.N. Lawyer dies jumping in front of a train. May 11th Michael Ratner, WikiLeaks' chief counsel, dies of cancer Jul 10th Seth Rich, DNC staffer who supposedly leaked DNC documents to Wikileaks, is shot in the back and dies. Nothing is stolen from his body Aug 5th Edward Snowden (source of leaks on surveillance by the NSA) tweets 64 bit code (potential dead man's switch) Aug 10th Wikileaks offers $20k reward for information on murder of Seth Rich Oct 7th Podestamails leaks first batch Oct 14th John Podesta tweets "I bet the lobster risotto is better than the food at the Ecuadorian Embassy Oct 16th/17th: John Kerry visits the UK, personally pressures Equador to stop Assange from publishing documents about Clinton. Oct 16th: Wikileaks tweets SHA-256 prerelease keys Oct 18th: Equadorian Embassy cuts off Assange's internet access. Oct 18th: Pamela Anderson visits Assange and feeds Oct 18th: Witnesses photograph and report heavily armed police and vans outside Equadorian Embassy, are barred from approaching and have cellphones confiscated. Live feeds are cut off Oct 18th: Fox News reports Assange will be arrested in a matter of hours Oct 18th: https://file.wikileaks.org/file made publicly visible, file dates/timestamps changed to 1984 (Orwell reference). Oct 18th: London Airport evacuated due to "chemical attack", potentially used as cover to fly Assange out of country WikiLeaks @AlanFisher @sandrajeanne48 With some praiseworthy exceptions, mostly covered to cover it up. e.g Podesta's risotto recipie and small fry him a vegan sandwich. → WikiLeaks @HillaryClinton These are your "17 US inteligence agencies". How's the Coast Guard tigation going? Or DEA? Or Energy? Do tell Anonymous (ID: UMyGd12)+1 03/21/18(Wed)12:11:27 No.164819689 WikiLeaks Oct 20th: Ir/wikileaks, Ir/dncleaks, In/wikileakstaskforce and /rinsaleaks add 21 new moderators and remove previous mods, all threads about Assange going missing deleted since Oct 20th/21st: Wikileaks tweets 5 tweets with misspelled words. The incorrect letters spell "HELP HIM". The Wikileaks twitter has never made a spelling error let alone 5 in two days Oct 21st: Massive DDoS attack on US internet. Wikileaks tweets to imply the attack originates from its supporters, asking them to stop, no evidence supports claim Oct 22nd: Gavin MacFadyen (mentor to Assange and key player in Wikileaks) dies of lung cancer Oct 23rd: Wikileaks Tweets poll asking how best to prove Assange is alive (he still hasn't appeared on video or at the window since). Oct 24th: Wikileaks Tweets video of Assange and Michael Moore recorded in June Oct 26th: 4chan users successfully decode their first message in Wikileak's blockchain. Threads are instantly flooded by shills saying that it's not worth looking into. The blockchain is blocked with fees and 43000 unconfirmed transactions appear in the mempool. Nov 6th: Huge DDoS takes down Wikileaks for first time in years Nov 7th: Various entities notice hundreds of Podesta and DNC emails are missing from recent leaks, accessed with direct entry Nov 8th: Trump wins. Nov 12th: Assange meets with Swedish prosecutor regarding rape allegations, lawyers barred from attending, meeting conducted via an Equadorian ambassador (not face to face) Nov 14th: Wikileaks releases insurance files, SHA-256 hashes do not match those tweeted in October Democratic left start to turn on presu president Clinton politico.com/story/2016/10/ More: wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/ WikiLeaks We have updated the Stochastic Terminator algorithim
4chan, Alive, and Being Alone: DAL 16.10.16
 WikiLeaks
 Clinton's "17 US intelligence agencies" may be
 the biggest, most immediately disprovable
 wopper ever intentionally made during a debate
 VIDEO: https:l/vimeo.com/252630938
 Anonymous ID:
 w
 2
 L-103/21/18 Wed 12:11:10 No.164819568
 トー648 9689
 >164820260)> 16826144
 164826470 164853210>> 64856764
 1648 8083
 Apr 16th John Jones QC, Assange's U.N. Lawyer dies jumping in front of a train.
 May 11th Michael Ratner, WikiLeaks' chief counsel, dies of cancer
 Jul 10th Seth Rich, DNC staffer who supposedly leaked DNC documents to Wikileaks, is shot in the back and dies. Nothing is stolen from his body
 Aug 5th Edward Snowden (source of leaks on surveillance by the NSA) tweets 64 bit code (potential dead man's switch)
 Aug 10th Wikileaks offers $20k reward for information on murder of Seth Rich
 Oct 7th Podestamails leaks first batch
 Oct 14th John Podesta tweets "I bet the lobster risotto is better than the food at the Ecuadorian Embassy
 Oct 16th/17th: John Kerry visits the UK, personally pressures Equador to stop Assange from publishing documents about Clinton.
 Oct 16th: Wikileaks tweets SHA-256 prerelease keys
 Oct 18th: Equadorian Embassy cuts off Assange's internet access.
 Oct 18th: Pamela Anderson visits Assange and feeds
 Oct 18th: Witnesses photograph and report heavily armed police and vans outside Equadorian Embassy, are barred from approaching and have cellphones
 confiscated. Live feeds are cut off
 Oct 18th: Fox News reports Assange will be arrested in a matter of hours
 Oct 18th: https://file.wikileaks.org/file made publicly visible, file dates/timestamps changed to 1984 (Orwell reference).
 Oct 18th: London Airport evacuated due to "chemical attack", potentially used as cover to fly Assange out of country
 WikiLeaks
 @AlanFisher @sandrajeanne48 With some
 praiseworthy exceptions, mostly covered to
 cover it up. e.g Podesta's risotto recipie and
 small fry
 him a vegan sandwich.
 → WikiLeaks
 @HillaryClinton These are your "17 US
 inteligence agencies". How's the Coast Guard
 tigation going? Or DEA? Or Energy? Do tell
 Anonymous (ID: UMyGd12)+1 03/21/18(Wed)12:11:27 No.164819689
 WikiLeaks
 Oct 20th: Ir/wikileaks, Ir/dncleaks, In/wikileakstaskforce and /rinsaleaks add 21 new moderators and remove previous mods, all threads about Assange going
 missing deleted since
 Oct 20th/21st: Wikileaks tweets 5 tweets with misspelled words. The incorrect letters spell "HELP HIM". The Wikileaks twitter has never made a spelling error
 let alone 5 in two days
 Oct 21st: Massive DDoS attack on US internet. Wikileaks tweets to imply the attack originates from its supporters, asking them to stop, no evidence supports
 claim
 Oct 22nd: Gavin MacFadyen (mentor to Assange and key player in Wikileaks) dies of lung cancer
 Oct 23rd: Wikileaks Tweets poll asking how best to prove Assange is alive (he still hasn't appeared on video or at the window since).
 Oct 24th: Wikileaks Tweets video of Assange and Michael Moore recorded in June
 Oct 26th: 4chan users successfully decode their first message in Wikileak's blockchain. Threads are instantly flooded by shills saying that it's not worth
 looking into. The blockchain is blocked with fees and 43000 unconfirmed transactions appear in the mempool.
 Nov 6th: Huge DDoS takes down Wikileaks for first time in years
 Nov 7th: Various entities notice hundreds of Podesta and DNC emails are missing from recent leaks, accessed with direct entry
 Nov 8th: Trump wins.
 Nov 12th: Assange meets with Swedish prosecutor regarding rape allegations, lawyers barred from attending, meeting conducted via an Equadorian
 ambassador (not face to face)
 Nov 14th: Wikileaks releases insurance files, SHA-256 hashes do not match those tweeted in October
 Democratic left start to turn on presu
 president Clinton politico.com/story/2016/10/
 More: wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/
 WikiLeaks
 We have updated the Stochastic Terminator
 algorithim