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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

If You See Something Say Something Cyber Attacks Texas Tea Party After Valid Report To FCC

Call The Police Or FBI Not Me I Have No Control of Tea Party Hackers Or NSA
From: Gregory 
To: Anne Dell <>
Call This Sheriff Today and Make The Same Statement You Just Did
From: Anne Dell <>
To: Gregory 
Sent: Saturday, September 21, 2013 9:49 AM
Subject: Remove!
Hi Gregory,
I noticed that you have got the name suzanne podell [She's Guessing]on your linkedin list. I want it immediately removed from there, please. 
From my understanding have you got the name from the strange contact Nplskimdavis. I don't want any connection to anything of that.Understood!? It is unacceptable to put people under spell as she did.
Why did you, when I asked you about Electric Island, related it to nuclear scientists? 

[Logical Linguistic Link. I Have Never Talked To, Know, Other Than Say Hello Goodbye 1 or 2 times in over Three Years, she is just another person that called this Hindu Guru for help and that is my lot in Life - to help. 
You would not question a Catholic Priest for responding to cries for help.]

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