News Burst 19 January 2020
News Burst 19 January 2020. By Disclosure News.
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News Burst 19 January 2020
- Now can we all accept that Epstein is dead, and was murdered? Jeffrey Epstein’s eyes had burst capillaries after his body was found suggesting the paedophile was likely murdered, a forensic pathologist has said. Former New York City Medical Examiner Dr Michael Baden claimed as he examined graphic photographs from the sex offender’s autopsy. The medical examiner suggests the capillaries burst due to manual strangulation and did not hang himself, as officials have ruled.
- The Department of Justice has begun an investigation into whether then-FBI Director James Comey leaked classified information on a Russian document. The investigation includes a Columbia law professor, who is a long-time friend of Comey and received security clearance.
- An attempt by Nigeria’s president to reassure his countrymen that he is alive, and wasn’t replaced by an impostor during a long medical leave, failed to convince everyone because that’s exactly what a clone would say, isn’t it? Rumors of a double or a clone ruling the country instead of President Muhammadu Buhari have plagued the minds of Nigerians for roughly a year ever since the 75-year-old returned from his medical treatments in the UK, looking all reborn.
- Eminem drops a surprise album, “Music To Be Murdered By” — along with a video calling for changes to gun laws. With references to Cabal Las Vegas Shooting / Manchester Bombing. The Puppets propagandize the violence created by their Puppet Masters.
- Two Chinese tourists have been found dead on a path to the site of a mysterious plane crash in Iceland. Local detectives assume that the couple froze to death as the bodies showed signs of hypothermia, local newspaper Visir reported. Chief constable of the South Iceland Police Oddur Árnason said the discovery was unusual, the pair, said to be in their twenties were found apart. The couple allegedly drove a rental car that was found with broken windows. The bodies of the man and woman, said to be in their 20s were lying apart, with the man’s body found 150 metres from his partner.
- Hong Kong: An off-duty Hong Kong police officer was arrested along with seven other people on Friday as they tried to put posters on a footbridge, police said. It’s the first known case of a police officer being apprehended for supporting the massive demonstrations that have led to more than 6,500 arrests in the past seven months.
- The Taliban are aiming to reach a withdrawal agreement with the US by the end of January and are prepared to “scale down” military operations ahead of signing the deal, according to their chief spokesman.
- Health authorities are concerned that a virus originating in Wuhan could spread when hundreds of millions of people travel during next week’s lunar new year festival, but residents said there were was little anxiety in the city at the epicentre. As of Friday, two people in the city of Wuhan had died following an outbreak of pneumonia linked to a new strain of coronavirus that authorities suspect originated in a seafood market.
- Beijing’s Forbidden City sparks fury after allowing pair of poser women in a a luxury SUV to flout inside World Heritage Site.
- Sex attacks on young girls by Asian grooming gangs were ignored by police fear of stoking racial tensions, a damning report has ruled. A chief inspector from Rotherham was found to have admitted South Yorkshire Police force turned a blind eye to the harrowing cases of abuse.
- For the first time in nearly three decades, the deaths resulting from drug overdose in the United States have dropped, according to multiple reports. The total amount of deaths resulting from drug overdose dropped around 5 percent in 2019.
- A study published in this week’s issue of Human Reproduction, involved researchers paying generally impoverished women in Mexico to be artificially inseminated and become pregnant; their embryos were then flushed out, researched, and then either frozen for future use or destroyed. Women who remained pregnant underwent chemical or surgical abortions.
- Tropical Cyclon Tino pass just to the north of Tongatapu, Tonga, but without its high winds and heavy rain, while at the same time the northern Tongan groups of Vava’u and Ha’apai were being hammered by destructive storm force winds and torrential downpours, with gusts estimated at 90 knots (180km/hr). Coastal areas of Tonga have been hit hard by storm surges, which passed over Tonga at high tide. Sea levels were exceptional.
- President Donald Trump turned to some legal heavyweights to help defend him in his Senate impeachment trial with the addition on Friday of former independent counsel Ken Starr, who paved the way for former President Bill Clinton’s 1998 impeachment, and prominent lawyer Alan Dershowitz.
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The feds in a backhanded way today confirmed they are investigating the celebrity CEO and his various companies. Maybe they should also ask him about that Eastern European “maid” who lives with him and her legal status.
- Tropical Storm Tino – Weakening – SE of Tonga.
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Strongest EQ on the Planet M6.0 Papaua Indonesia
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Auroras in the aftermath of a near-Earth magnetic explosion on Dec. 20, 2015.
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