Tuesday, May 21, 2013

#1528: Marine Links Kristine Marcy’s Stratum Zero ConAir Killers to Gorelick Cold Squad Boston Bombs

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked his sister Kristine Marcy’s Stratum Zero ConAir killers – ConAir (JPATS) paroled inmates or unwitting actor passengers who allegedly synchronize the FBI Lab’s international murder-for-hire operations with Serco’s cesium clock – to Amazon director Jamie Gorelick's CTV Cold Squad Boston bombs.

5-21-2013 #1526 Marine Links FBI’s Tainted Con Air Lab to Kristine Marcy’s Piggy Palace JABS

Official Story Has Odd Wrinkles: A Pack Of Questions About The Boston Bombing Backpacks [Spoliation inference that Kristine Marcy and Jamie Gorelick are using Stratum Zero ConAir killers to synchronize the tainting of evidence of murder for hire at FBI Lab / Cold Squad crime scenes associated with the Boston bombs]
By Dave Lindorff on May 20, 2013

The horrific bombing of the Boston Marathon, to hear the FBI and the Boston Police tell it, is solved: One bomber, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, is dead, gunned down by police and then run over for good measure by his fleeing brother Dzhokhar, who was captured a day later in a citywide manhunt, after being hit by a fusillade of police bullets fired into a trailered pleasure boat he was hiding in.

Among the reasons law enforcement sources are so confident they “got” their men were video surveillance photos from a Lord & Taylor storefront area showing the two brothers as they arrived at the finish-line area, each wearing a backpack, allegedly carrying what the FBI now says were two identical 6-quart steel pressure cookers marketed by the Canadian corporation Fagor. Fragments of those pots, which the FBI says were packed with black powder (gathered from a collection of fireworks) as well as nails and BBs, were recovered at the scene.

Besides the photos of the two brothers wearing their packs, the FBI also has released a photo of the remnants of one of the backpacks, allegedly the black, or dark-colored, one worn by the elder Tamerlan Tsarnaev. There is also a photo of what is described as a white backpack, which was placed on the street side of a metal crowd-control fence. It was said to contain the second bomb, which exploded 10 seconds later, further from the finish line. This is presumed to be the same light-colored pack Dzhokhar is seen wearing in the store video as he arrives on the scene.

There are a number of serious problems with this supposedly damning evidence, however.

First of all, nobody looking at the evidence to date has tried loading up one of these Fagor pots with the amount of weight that would have been created by a big four or five quarts’ worth of black powder, perhaps two quarts of nails, and perhaps a pound or two of BB shot, to see what it would look like in a basic unstructured book bag of the type the two men were wearing.

WhoWhatWhy decided to do that.
The first problem was buying the pot. This reporter looked it up online and found that it was being sold by Macy’s. Going to the nearest Macy’s at the Montgomery Mall in Montgomeryville, PA, we discovered that the cookware section had no pressure cookers. The store clerk in charge of that section was asked where pressure cookers were.

“We don’t sell pressure cookers,” she said.

“How can a cookware section not sell pressure cookers? Anyhow, your website says you sell a line of Fagor pressure cookers.”

She replied, “We stopped selling them after the Boston Bombing.”

So it goes. Guns—even the gun used in the incident, still get sold in stores after the Newtown, CT, school massacre, but when someone makes a bomb with an ordinary kitchen implement, they are taken off the shelves. (What’s next, a demand for licenses to buy canning equipment?)

Luckily, we found several of the Fagor six-quart pots in a nearby Sears store, and purchased one, on sale for $76.00. The dimensions of the kettle are 10 inches in diameter and 7.7 inches bottom to top, not counting the handle (which cannot be detached without exposing four bolt holes through the top and side of the lid).

After getting a calculation that a quart of black powder weighs about two pounds (a very general measurement, because the compound changes weight according to the humidity, and can be loosely or densely packed like any powder), and testing a bag of small nails to find that they weigh about six pounds per quart, and after weighing the pot itself, we found that the whole contraption, fully loaded with four to five quarts of powder, two quarts’ worth of nails and BBs, and a battery and ignition device, would weigh about 30 lbs. So we put a sufficient number of exercise weight plates into our container, shut the lid, and tried carrying it in two backpacks similar in construction to the ones on the two brothers’ backs.

The results were instructive.

If you look carefully at the first set of photos, showing the surveillance photo of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and the model wearing a similar pack containing the loaded pot, both packs being slung over the right shoulder using the right strap only, you can see a dramatic difference. There are stress wrinkles under the jacket of the right image on the model, caused by the 30-lb. weight pulling downward, but Dzhokhar’s jacket can be seen to be completely smooth under the strap. His pack is clearly extremely light on his shoulder (which may be why he’s not wearing it slung over both shoulders).  As well, you can see that the weight of the pot, pulling down and outward in the model’s bag on the right, is causing a downward sloping of the top of the backpack, and is also causing many vertical stress lines on the face of the bag itself. Dzhokhar’s bag, however, is flat across the top, indicating no such downward pulling force, and it does not exhibit any downward wrinkles on its side. Whatever he is carrying, it is clearly not a 30-lb., or even a 20-lb. cylinder.

Here’s a close-up image of the shoulder straps on Dzhokhar’s and the model’s right shoulders:

Moving to Tamerlan Tsarnaev, check out the model’s slightly larger pack, which like Tamerlan’s is being worn with both straps over the shoulders. Again, the pack on the right, containing the loaded pot, is causing obvious wrinkles on the winter coat where the straps are bearing down on a small section of padded coat. Once again the weight of the straps of the shoulder— this time 15 lbs. per strap—can be seen causing prominent wrinkling on the winter coat worn by the model underneath the straps. The downward sloping of the face of the backpack, and also the vertical stress wrinkles are prominent and clearly visible also. In the video surveillance photo of Tamerlan, however, his coat can be seen to be unwrinkled under the straps, and there are again no vertical stress lines on the face of his pack. Again, it is hard to imagine a 30 or even a 20-lb. weight in the bottom of that pack.

There are other questions too, that need to be asked, and that demand answers.

First of all, there is the matter of the photo released by the FBI of an exploded backpack, said to have contained one of the pressure cooker bombs. The material is dark black, and it is not because of charring, because the color is uniform, and also there are white images on it, including a white square (more on that later). That would have to have been Tamerlan’s pack, given that Dzhokhar’s is white or light-colored. But looking at the image of Tamerlan wearing his pack, and contrasting the light color of the pack relative to his clearly black winter coat, it appears that the pack is more of a gray than a black. It’s possible that it’s a matter of the lighting and the quality of the video, but it does not seem to be a jet black color, especially as there are much darker lines on it that  appear to be real black, along the seam lines. So was that exploded pack really Tamerlan’s?

As for Dzhokhar, the photo of a pack set on the sidewalk in front of a bunch of spectators, in the spot where bomb number two exploded bears no resemblance to the pack he was photographed wearing, which had wide black seam lines and zippers.

Meanwhile, there were people on the scene near the finish line who were wearing backpacks that were both very dark black and large enough and full-enough looking to be containing a loaded pressure kettle. These men were observed and photographed wearing baseball caps and shirts bearing the uniquely drawn white skull logo of a Houston, TX-based mercenary-for-hire firm called Craft International Security (whom no governmental agency will admit to having hired). Curiously, images of several of the men wearing those packs show them to have an unusual white square image on the top of the pack, quite like the white square visible in the FBI’s image of the exploded black pack. The Craft personnel’s packs are made of material that looks remarkably similar to  whatever was used to make the exploded pack. (The man on the right below is photographed before the bombing. He is also seen, in an image taken after the explosion, running alongside a second identically-dressed Craft man wearing a pack and the company’s logo-emblazoned hat. Note that the left runner, interestingly, now no longer has on his pack. Where did it go?)

Note: Stay tuned for more information on Craft, its origins, management and relationship with the US government. We will try to determine what these private “soldiers” were doing at the end point of the marathon wearing large backpacks (or mysteriously losing those large backpacks) right around the time of the explosions. Of course it’s possible there is some benign explanation. It’s equally possible they were hired to guard against some threat that runners and spectators were never cautioned about, which could explain all the secrecy now about them.
Some may argue that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has confessed to the crime, and even that two days ago his written confession was found scrawled on the inside wall of the boat he was captured in.  But while the corporate media is reporting that as evidence, let’s not rush to judgment here. Those reports of a confession have been sourced by the media only to unnamed “law enforcement sources” and there have been many such leaks and statements that have turned out to be false, such as the report of a 7-Eleven being robbed by the brothers, and a lengthy shootout between Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and police before he was captured in the boat (unarmed).

Since Dzhokhar has not said a word since he was finally provided with a lawyer, these “law enforcement sources” are reporting things that Dzhokhar would have had to have said during an unrelenting 16-hour interrogation by the FBI’s crack post-9/11 terrorist interrogation unit, who interrogated him while he was in serious condition from having been shot multiple times, including through the neck, possibly blowing off part of his tongue, after he had suffered massive blood loss and shock, and while he was heavily sedated and handcuffed to his bed. We’re supposed to accept that “confession” without question?

A copy of the transcript of a hospital bedside visit to Dzhokhar in Beth Israel Hospital by Federal Judge Marianne B. Bowler, who had finally called a halt to the interrogation (all conducted without a lawyer or witness present, despite reports that Dzhokhar had repeatedly requested and been denied an attorney), gives a good idea of how aware and capable of talking he actually was:

The Court: I will ask the doctor whether or not the patient is alert.
You can rouse him.
Dr. Odom: How are you feeling!
Are you able to answer some questions?
The Defendant: (Defendant nods affirmatively)
There follow a series of questions and answers between judge and attorneys, and then some questions to Tsarnaev, which are only answered by nods.
Later, the Judge asks:
The Court: Can you afford a lawyer?
The Defendant:  No.
The Court: Let the record reflect that I believe the defendant has said “No”.

This is the quality of “conversation” of which Dzhokhar was capable almost a week after his capture, at a time when the hospital was listing him in “fair” condition. Just what level of “conversation” did he likely have with his FBI interrogators in secret when he had just been captured and was listed in serious condition and when there was some question as to whether he would even survive his shooting ordeal?

Meanwhile, the purported writing on the inner hull of the boat was not reported for several weeks, until CBS Senior Correspondent John Miller—himself a former FBI spokesman—broke the story. Was it really written by a frightened and severely wounded Dzhokhar Tsarnaev while he was on the lam from a city-wide manhunt? Or is it perhaps some cop’s prank? At this point who knows? As far as we know, nobody has tried to match the scrawl with his own handwriting to date.

So that brings us back to those two backpacks.  What could have been in them for them to be hanging so lightly on the two suspects’ backs?  And if it wasn’t two explosive-laden pressure cookers—if—then who put those bombs at the finish line?

These are precarious times. We owe it to ourselves to fully investigate all aspects of this singular affair, not to take anyone’s word for what we should think.”
As FBI hunts for clues in Boston bombing, hundreds pray for victims at vigil [Spoliation inference that Kristine Marcy and Jamie Gorelick are using Stratum Zero ConAir killers to synchronize the tainting of evidence of murder for hire at FBI Lab / Cold Squad crime scenes associated with the Boston bombs]
Sonja Puzic, Andy Johnson, CTVNews.ca [Note death by GPS Stratum Zero killers of Deborah Furlong, the former post production supervisor for CTV Cold Squad 1998-2004 – Check IMDb Con Air]
Published Tuesday, April 16, 2013 7:21AM EDT 
Last Updated Tuesday, April 16, 2013 11:35PM EDT

As the FBI asked the public to help authorities hunt down whoever is responsible for the deadly Boston Marathon bombings, hundreds of mourners honoured the victims of the attack at a candlelight vigil.

More than 1,000 people were estimated to have gathered at a Boston park Tuesday evening to remember the three lives lost in the blasts and pray for 
those who have lost limbs and suffered serious injuries.

Earlier Tuesday, FBI special agent in charge Richard DesLauriers told a news conference that the bureau has received more than 2,000 tips so far, but investigators still don’t have a suspect in custody.




Mourners attend candlelight vigil for Martin Richard at Garvey Park, near Richard's home in the Dorchester section of Boston, on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. (The New York Times / Josh Haner)

Lizzie Lee, 56, of Lynwood, Wash., who was participating in her first Boston Marathon, holds a candle and a flower at Boston Common during a vigil for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions, Tuesday, April 16, 2013. (AP / Julio Cortez)

People congregate at Boston Common for a vigil for the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions, Tuesday, April 16, 2013, one day after bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. (AP /Julio Cortez)

The remains of a black backpack that the FBI says contained one of the bombs that exploded during the Boston Marathon is seen in this image. (FBI)

A Boston Police officer ties caution tape in the downtown area near Copley Square one day after a pair of bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, in Boston, Tuesday, April 16, 2013. (AP / Julio Cortez)

Investigators in haz-mat suits examine the scene of the second bombing on Boylston Street in Boston Tuesday, April 16, 2013 near the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon, a day after two blasts killed three and injured over 170 people. (AP / Elise Amendola)

Boston Firefighter James Plourde carries an injured girl away from the scene after a bombing near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013. (MetroWest Daily News/Ken McGagh)

U.S. President Barack Obama finishes speaking in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, April 16, 2013, about the Boston Marathon explosions.(AP / Susan Walsh)

One of the blast sites on Boylston Street near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, Tuesday, April 16, 2013. (AP / Elise Amendola)

A runner passes a police officer dressed in tactical gear, who blocks a road leading to the Boston Marathon route, the morning after the explosions in Boston, Tuesday, April 16, 2013. (AP / Charles Krupa)

A solitary runner heads down the banks of the Charles River in Cambridge, Mass., in front of the Boston skyline, at dawn the morning after explosions at the Boston Marathon, Tuesday, April 16, 2013. (AP / Charles Krupa)

“Importantly, the person who did this is someone’s friend, neighbour, co-worker or relative,” he said, urging people to think about the conversations they’ve had in recent days and try to remember anyone who may have been acting suspiciously.

Anyone who discussed the Boston Marathon in “any way that indicated that he or she may target the event” should be reported to the authorities, DesLauriers said. 

He also asked the public to report “suspicious interest in researching how to create explosive devices” and sounds of explosions in remote areas in the days prior to the attack, which may suggest that bombs were being tested.

Since no one has claimed responsibility for the attack, “the range of suspects and motives remain wide open,” DesLauriers said.

“Someone knows who did this.”

DesLauriers confirmed that the bombs detonated during the marathon Monday may have been made out of pressure cookers packed with shrapnel -- devices designed to inflict as much damage as possible -- and were hidden inside large black duffel bags or backpacks.

A person briefed on the investigation told The Associated Press one of the pressure cookers contained nails, while the other was packed with metal shards and ball bearings.

Forensic analysts have recovered pieces of black nylon from the scene, in addition to nail fragments and ball bearings. All of that evidence has been sent to FBI’s main laboratory in Virginia for analysis, DesLauriers said.

He appealed to those who saw anyone carrying an “unusually heavy dark coloured bag” near the bombing sites at the time of the explosions to call police.
The bombings Monday killed three and injured 176. Seventeen of the injured are in critical condition. Two of the deceased have been identified as Martin Richard, 8, of Boston, and Krystle Campbell, 29, of Medford, Mass.

Martin was waiting for his father at the finish line. Campbell, a restaurant manager, had gone to the marathon with a friend to snap a photo of the friend's boyfriend, who was participating in the race.

Late Tuesday afternoon, Boston University said one of its graduate students was the third person killed in the bombings. The university said it was not releasing the student’s name, pending permission from the family.

The Associated Press later reported that an official at Chinese Consulate in New York said the third victim was a Chinese national.

More than 2,000 Canadians took part in the race, but none were reported killed or injured.

The deadly attack on the runners and spectators is being treated as an act of terrorism, U.S. President Barack Obama confirmed Tuesday after a briefing with his top security advisers.

"This was a heinous and cowardly act and given what we know now about what took place, the FBI is investigating it as an act of terrorism," Obama said, speaking at the White House. "Any time bombs are used to target innocent civilians it is an act of terror."

Obama said the investigation is just beginning and many question marks remain.

"What we don't know, however, is who carried out this attack or why, whether it was planned and executed by a terrorism organization, foreign or domestic, or was it the act of a malevolent individual."

Obama said the nation's thoughts and prayers are with those injured and the families of those killed in the blast. And he paid tribute to other runners who helped the injured -- first responders who ran towards the explosions to help, and the doctors and nurses who treated the injured.

"If you want to know who we are, what America is, how we respond to evil, that's it -- selflessly, compassionate, unafraid."

Obama vowed investigators would "find whoever harmed our citizens and we will bring them to justice."

The investigation is being carried out by the FBI's Boston Joint Terrorism Task Force which executed a raid overnight, serving a warrant on a home in suburban Boston.

Investigators also appealed for any video, audio and still images taken by marathon spectators.

DesLauriers also stressed that investigators are working around-the-clock on the case.

“We’re doing this methodically, carefully, yet with a sense of urgency,” he said.
Investigation continues

Officials in Boston earlier Tuesday said initial reports that suggested multiple unexploded devices were found are false.

"There were rumours floating around that there were seven devices at one point. That is not true," said ATF agent Gene Marquez. "We only have two devices we are aware of and both of those devices are the ones involved in the explosives incident."

The area of the blast -- located in the final kilometre of the marathon -- will likely remain a crime scene for several days, officials said. A 12-block area is currently closed off.

Police presence in and around the city will also be boosted in the days to come, but DesLauriers said there are no known additional threats.

Boston Mayor Thomas Menino said it's a difficult time in the city's history, but said Boston will pull through.

"We're going to make sure the city pulls together and we get it under control. Let's continue to work together, let's offer a helping hand to individuals who may need it in this very difficult time in our city's history," he said. "This is a tragedy but Boston is a strong city, we're a city that will get through this."

Eyewitness account

Robert Siciliano, a runner who took part in the marathon Monday, said he was approaching the finish line as the blast occurred. The explosion sent a cloud of smoke and debris into the air between him and the finish, where his family was waiting.

"I was rounding the corner, I was on Boylston Street, the smoke had just begun to dissipate and I ran towards the smoke, towards the bombings, my family was on the other side and I had to get to them," he told Canada AM Tuesdaymorning.

He added: "There was screaming, yelling and crying, there was a lot of blood on the ground. I ran through the crowds, I ran around the back end of the finish line and ended up crossing Boylston. ...I instructed my dad to get them out of there because I was concerned there might be another attack."
If you're a Canadian involved in the Boston Marathon explosion and need assistance, contact @TravelGoC 1-800-387-3124 or sos@international.gc.ca.
If you are concerned for a friend that ran the Boston Marathon today, you can see their last check-in here: http://raceday.baa.org/individual.html

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Apr. 16, 2013
7:39 PM 
@ david: I admire your sneaky political recuperation. Reminding everyone to sympathize with Israel because a sick idiot has carried this heinous act in Boston could wait. Be a little more respectful toward those who lost their lives and those who got injured. Wait few days before restarting your propaganda.
give peace a chance

Apr. 16, 2013
7:05 PM 
This is where hate starts and begins to boil. Let each have their own comments. God or not, it happened. Let's not get all upset with each other about words. Peace starts in the heart. Let's put hate away for at least a day, please...
K Tim

Apr. 16, 2013
7:01 PM 
@ Dee, I agree. For those of you disagreeing with her, please remember your "god" is your's, not our's.

Apr. 16, 2013
6:55 PM 
As much as people don't want CCTV cameras at every corner, it's events like this that make us reconsider their use. If they're put up temporarily during an event as an additional security measure, it might thwart future attacks by these cowards.

Apr. 16, 2013
6:46 PM 
Why does it always come down to you children bickering over religion or bringing up the eastern nations? I ask who cares about either of those things? It just simply has nothing to do with the sickness that some people have. Now quit your squabbling over pointless and unnecessary arguments and understand one thing. This was a disgusting act carried out by a disgusting person or group of people. That's all. Now knock off the fighting and show some restraint and respect about this topic. People died so lets put our standings on different political and religious views away.

Apr. 16, 2013
6:45 PM 
Why does it always come down to you children bickering over religion or bringing up the eastern nations? I ask who cares about either of those things? It just simply has nothing to do with the sickness that some people have. Now quit your squabbling over pointless and unnecessary arguments and understand one thing. This was a disgusting act carried out by a disgusting person or group of people. That's all. Now knock off the fighting and show some restraint and respect about this topic. People died so lets put our standings on different political and religious views away.

Apr. 16, 2013
6:06 PM 
These murderers are disgusting animals. Israel has been dealing with this madness for years, and now perhaps the west will sympathize with the Israeli people

Apr. 16, 2013
6:00 PM 
So God is watching and protecting us? Where was he when the bombs went off? Why did he kill an 8 year old child?

Apr. 16, 2013
5:55 PM 
Dee- God always has something to do with everything that goes on in this world. God sent his son Jesus to take away our sins and for us to repent but when individuals reject this then it leads to destruction and chaos... People are not evil to begin with, it is his/her actions that are evil and that God hates the action not the person.
Michael Kohn

Apr. 16, 2013
2:41 PM 
As I drove home from teaching night school last night, I heard on the radio that one of those murdered in this horrendous act of terror was an 8-year-old boy, who had been waiting for his dad to cross the finish line, and that a two-year-old with a head injury was in critical condition. I could barely see the road through my tears. I just wanted to get home to my own sons to see them safe in their beds. No human being should have to suffer the pain,loss & destruction inflicted so senselessly yesterday in Boston. My sympathies are with the people of Boston & the many Marathon participants and runners' families they've been hosting this week.

Apr. 16, 2013
2:34 PM 
Dee - It's a away that many people express that they care and have empathy. If you want to start a debate about God...I guarantee there are plenty of other places on the internet.

Apr. 16, 2013
2:29 PM 
Dee GOD IS WATCHING. I don't care what anyone says. God is always watching us and protecting us. God will help His people. Always.
Groovy Chick

Apr. 16, 2013
1:57 PM 
So so sad. I can't understand how somebody can: (1) get up in the morning and hate, (2) go through the day and hate, and (3) go to bed at night still hating. That must take a lot of energy for those people to hate 100% of their awaken time and plan attacks day in day out. Why can they just take a minute and realize that hate will bring them nowhere? Living a simple life filled with love is much more satisfying than always thinking about killing and destructing. Why can't we all live together?

Apr. 16, 2013
1:51 PM 
@ Dee – This maybe so, but still a kind thought/prayer sent out to the victims of this act of insanity sure can’t hurt. Maybe that thought or prayer alleviates some of the powerlessness and helplessness many are feeling right now.

Apr. 16, 2013
1:02 PM 
So heart breaking. I take some solace in the images immediately following the explosions that show the many people running toward the blast zone to offer assistance. There are some people who are capable of unimaginable cruelty, but the majority of people have heroic hearts. Be strong World. My thoughts and prayers are with all of the people physically and emotionally traumatized, and the people who are now tasked with finding the who and the why.

Apr. 16, 2013
12:49 PM 
Sherry, unfortunately "Jesus" or "God" has nothing to do with this - evil people will always be around and there's nothing anybody in the sky can do about it.

Apr. 16, 2013
12:23 PM 
I can only hope and pray for all those who families who where there just looking on to support their loved ones that God will help them get through such an ordeal- it is so overwhelming to hear this in Canada that so many tragedies around the world - I ask God to help us find who had done this and protect us from this happening again. We all need faith and need to pray to our Lord Jesus to Armour us from EVIL. AMEN.

Apr. 16, 2013
10:50 AM 
Cowards! Admit and own what you have done. Your mission is accomplished in that you hurt, permanently maimed and most unfortunately KILLED. Filthy cowards. In my opinion, to attack people from all over the world who come together for an athletic event and in the spirit of friendly competition is simply cowardice.
Gerald F.

Apr. 16, 2013
9:42 AM 
This is insane and senseless hurt and destruction, but we always have and always will overcome. These lunatics just don't get it.

Apr. 16, 2013
9:27 AM 
The only silver lining is that it could have been way worse. Thousands upon thousands of people were there, and the death toll could have been higher. Still, its sad and cowardly, whoever did this, to attack civilian people or even their fellow citizens (if it is domestic) at an event which promotes international brotherhood and honorable competition.

Read more: http://www.ctvnews.ca/world/as-fbi-hunts-for-clues-in-boston-bombing-hundreds-pray-for-victims-at-vigil-1.1239793#ixzz2TxQWWWHr

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