The invaluable Nesaranews contributor and reporter, "Freewill" has been kidnapped and held for ransom, extortion and fraud by an out-of-control local Judge and his coherts. This matter has now been brought to federal court in Michigan.

Please see associated posts, dated Sept. 13 and 27, for additional details.

Thank you to those who have demonstrated your good nature, concern and generosity. Freewill still needs as much support and help as he can get with his legal expenses. Please, stand with us, as one community, in holding Freewill's captors accountable for fraud and false imprisonment.

Your continued heart, generosity and aid in this matter are greatly appreciated and most welcome. Donations of any size are appreciated and may be sent via PayPal using the recipient email address the_free_freewill_community@yahoo.com



Thursday, November 15, 2012

5-Second Update from Project Camelot & More Pentagon Scandal

5-Second Update from Project Camelot & More Pentagon Scandal

Hamas Burning… Middle East Escalates
Wednesday, 14 November 2012 20:05
Written by Kerry Cassidy
It has also been reported that Egyptian commandos and tanks have moved into the Sinai Desert (unverified).
“14/11/12 The operation, called “Pillar of Defense”, has been launched by the Israel military. Many of the buildings in the downtown Gaza City are on fire after being attacked by Israeli warplanes.”
And so it goes…  Israel taking advantage of what?  An opportunity horizon…?
Meanwhile, we have a coup in the American government… going against the Bush Cabal.  This involves high level generals and other military.  They may be fighting to turn this ship of state around… Do not fall for the lies about extramarital affairs and other nonsense.

More on the Pentagon Scandals…
(Reuters) – In more bad news about U.S. generals, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, who is in Australia for talks, announced on Wednesday he was demoting a retiring four-star Army general for wasting taxpayer money on extravagant trips and would seek to recoup tens of thousands of dollars from him.
Panetta’s decision to strip a star from General William Ward, a former commander of Africa Command, comes as the military is reeling from a scandal involving two of the most powerful men in the United States’ national security apparatus.
David Petraeus, a retired four-star general who ran the war effort in Afghanistan until last year, resigned as the director of the CIA over a sex scandal on Friday. The Pentagon announced on Monday that Petraeus’ successor in Afghanistan, Marine General John Allen, was also being investigated, as the scandal widened.
The investigation into Ward by the Pentagon’s Inspector General found numerous examples of wasted taypayer money, including taking his official plane to Bermuda for an overnight refueling stop with his wife.
The Pentagon said it was requesting that Ward reimburse $82,000 in expenses, citing misconduct in travel, misuse of military aircraft and misuse of staff.
Although Ward’s demotion to a three-star lieutenant general will knock off over $30,0000 in retirement pay, he will still receive a pension of over $200,000 a year, a U.S. defense official said.


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