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  • #31
    Originally posted by Tornado View Post
    What's weird about that? The average person's "smart" phone has hundreds ( it may be thousands) of processes running at all times.. even when turned off. I can't remember the exact number some ethical hacker published a while back, but let's just say 500 scripts are running in the background at all times... 500 unknown entities, corporations, hackers in their moms basement etc... have access to you camera, GPS, microphone, accelerometer data, finger print, blah, blah, blah, the list goes on. I just talk to them. Take them to the toilet with me. You know. It really is mind boggling... my friends behind the digital veil. Loons.
    Forrest didn’t use smartphones that’s what’s weird about it. His email was signed into an iPhone and the email was read from and iPhone. His email is encrypted so he personally gave the info to someone so they could log into it for him. He wouldn’t do that with anyone who he doesn’t trust.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by My Chase Quest View Post
      Forrest said he would scan emails for 2 or 3 certain words and only a couple of people had used those words. What possible could have been the words if 9 mile hole was correct? There would have been dozens of searchers who had 9 mile hole.
      Sorry if this has already been said, but your quote isn’t correct. You are partly right, but when he said he scanned the emails, he said, “I look for that name.” Meaning, the name of the person who was close.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Old Pilot

        He may have had a bunch of (paid) help fielding e-mails from him so he could "stay on top of things" (be currently aware of the status of the search) and be prompt in replying as he deemed appropriate.
        You don't get to be a multimillionaire by working hard to make it happen, if you're a dummy. But we're kind of off the subject, aren't we? What do you think some of those special words were?
        I think the special words were trail names. Me personally I truly believe he was looking for names. Of people he was watching and certain words as the subject that only a person on the true trail would know.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Old Pilot

          The person "who was close" was smart enough to avoid ever e-mailing directly to Fenn. Jeez. Stay out of poker games, okay? And casinos, for that matter . . . please.
          He is correct and your statement is correct as well. He told someone and it was on like a secret recording or something that he had to check his email because he didn’t want to miss an email from “him” or “them” I forgot which one he said exactly.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Old Pilot

            I don't think it was solved spontaneously. It took a year or longer, I'd guess, since first attempted. Hundreds of tightly-focused hours, I believe.
            C'mon Old Pilot. What is an acceptable definition of spontaneous? "...occurring, produced, or performed through natural processes without external influence." Does that not sound about right? My point is it was done without specific help from Forrest. In other words, on the up and up. And for the record it took several years to figure out and STILL nobody else has.
            Last edited by shyorphan; 05-28-2022, 10:25 AM.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Old Pilot

              Good one. Did He write His laws into the heart of Derek Chauvin, before Chauvin knelt on the neck of George Floyd for about 9 minutes? Pfffft !
              I know OP you don't believe in God, we came from pond scum and poof or piff somehow DNA formed somehow someway. I won't try to convince you of something you seem so against.
              In fact, it seems to rub you the wrong way if someone even speaks of the Lord. The funny thing is some of the most brilliant people to ever grace this planet believe in a higher power.
              They say we have a section of our brain just for worshiping, maybe some are meant to be the doubting Thomas, you know, part of His over all plan.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Trailblazer99 View Post

                He is correct and your statement is correct as well. He told someone and it was on like a secret recording or something that he had to check his email because he didn’t want to miss an email from “him” or “them” I forgot which one he said exactly.
                He said "him". He didn't want to miss anything I sent him.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by shyorphan View Post

                  He said "him". He didn't want to miss anything I sent him.
                  His exact quote is, “I don’t want to get an email from that guy and not read it.”

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by FenndersKeepers View Post

                    His exact quote is, “I don’t want to get an email from that guy and not read it.”
                    I was loosely paraphrasing lol. Although true and despite my best efforts, I let him down at the end of 2019. Deep down I still have a sliver of hope I can help him out.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Old Pilot

                      Good one. Did He write His laws into the heart of Derek Chauvin, before Chauvin knelt on the neck of George Floyd for about 9 minutes? Pfffft !
                      Well.....I will come out of retirement for this one last time. Don't get me wrong, Derek Chauvin should have got off of Floyd's neck when he stopped responding. Unfortunately, several confounding factors were occurring at the same time, which caused George Floyds death. Chauvin's actions, although looks awful, played only a partial role. Here is the rest of the story.....

                      The last run in with the law, George Floyd was seen in the E.D. of the local hospital because law enforcement was afraid something was wrong with him. There in the E.D. his blood pressure was crazy elevated. The ER doc gave him some medicine to bring it down to a safe level, and then instructed him to make an appointment with his primary care Doc. to follow up. There is no evidence Floyd took his advice.

                      While Chauvin had Floyd on the ground, a young white lady was heckling Chauvin. She identified herself as a fireman. During Chauvin's trial she testified that there was a fire station a block and a half from where Floyd died. When the defense asked her how long it would have taken the fire department to get there, she responded like 3-4 minutes. When the defense told her that from the time those officers upgraded their request until the fire department responded was more that ten minutes, the lady fire fighter told the defense attorney that she didn't believe it.

                      When Chauvin was asked by one of the junior officers if they should roll Floyd over into the "recovery position", Cauvin replied; "No the fire department will be here in a minute or two". So clearly Chauvin was waiting for the fire department, and relying on their advanced medical training.

                      Watching the unaltered body camera footage, one of the junior officer has the other two occupants of the car Floyd was in, standing by the car. When the lady asks what the commotion is going on over by Chauvin's police car, the Junior officer told her Floyd won't get in the back of the police car. This lady is Floyd's former "girl friend". She then talks out loud saying "don't fight with them, just get in the car". Then she tells the officer, "You know he is little bit....and then takes her finger and makes a circling motion on the side of her head. (a sign of someone being CooCoo.)

                      Back. at the scene with Chauvin, the crowd is heckling Chauvin when an ambulance shows up. There is only a driver. Only this one driver is seen on the police body camera. He gets the cart out of the back and tells Chauvin to get off Floyd. Floyd is unresponsive and so they take off his handcuffs and three of four of them lift him onto the gurney. The cart is loaded in the back and one of the junior officers volunteers to do CPR on Floyd in route to the hospital. Off the ambulance goes... Still no fire department, from a block and 1/2 away.

                      About a minute or two after the ambulance leaves, a fire truck arrives. From the footage of the body camera of the junior officer still holding the girl friend and the drug dealer... you can hear the dispatch over the loud speakers on the firetruck. All the firemen have left the truck and are inside the shop where Floyd passed the counterfeit $20. It soon becomes apparent that the dispatcher can't get in touch with any of the firemen. The junior officer then informs dispatch that they are all inside the shop. Dispatch is then heard asking the junior officer if he could tell the firemen, they are needed to go to an address up the street. (This is where the ambulance has temporarily stopped because the officer with Floyd realizes he is not breathing and doesn't have a pulse.). The firemen are trained in advanced life support and can give medicine and start IVs at the direction of the ER doc. The fire truck then drives away.

                      On arrival at the hospital, The ER doc tries to bring Floyd back, trying the usual things and medications including Epinephrine and the like. After like a half an hour without getting much of a response, the ER Doc declares him dead.

                      Now Floyd ends up on the Medical Examiners table. After recording what he is wearing and what scars or tattoos he has, the first thing the Pathologist does is to collect body fluids for toxicology. This includes Urine, Blood, and the aqueous humor from an eye. These are then all sealed in tamper proof containers and frozen for analysis at a later time.

                      Then the Pathologist and their assistant takes numerous pictures at various stages of opening the body and looking for any abnormalities. Knowing this was a death while in police custody, they look for signs of strangulation and bruising or scrapes. They examine each and every organ. The Pathologist notes Floyd's lungs, and heart are heavy. They also note HE HAS A TUMOR THE SIZE OF A CUTIE TANGERINE IN HIS PELVIS ANTERIOR TO THE ILIAC BONE. They then take representative little pieces of all the tissues for examination undertake microscope. The PATHOLOGIST IDENTIFIES THE TUMOR TO BE A ....WAIT FOR IT... .A..A ......PARAGANGLIOMA ...
                      Now..paragangliomas are well know to cause sudden death. They secrete unbelievable high levels of norepinephrine. They cause people to have panic attacks and heart palpitations and mental psychosis. This is the reason Floyd is wearing a jumpsuit. Floyd has learned that when he wears a belt, he doesn't feel good. This is probably why he was a drug addict, self medicating himself to calm down. Now what do you think what happened when they placed Floyd prone on the asphalt and then kneeled on his butt, compressing the cutie paraganglioma between his hipbone and the asphalt?

                      I can tell you one time I was in the operating room where a surgeon was operating to take out a mass from someone's abdomen. Shortly after I entered the room, the Anesthesiologist YELLED at the surgeon, "What did you do....whatever you did don't do it again, stop don't touch anything." You see the tumor the surgeon was removing was a paraganglioma. The surgeon had very carefully lifted it up on one side, when the patient's heart suddenly stopped and seized. IT took over 1/2 hour and shocking the patient 6x, before they were able to bring back the patient. Then very carefully, the surgeon closed. Two weeks later, premedicated to prevent the effects of the norepinephrine, the surgeon took out the paraganglioma without incident.

                      So... lets see.,...did anyone think to assay Floyd's blood, urine or aqueous humor for norepinephrine levels??? The answer is NO! Better to send Chauvin to the big house than know the truth and burn down American cities.

                      I'm Sorry...I'll go back into retirement.. If you need a job.. the city of Minneapolis has 200 openings on their 600 person police force.
                      1f Billy


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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by FenndersKeepers View Post

                        His exact quote is, “I don’t want to get an email from that guy and not read it.”
                        There you go.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Old Pilot

                          "Open" communication between two people in-the-know was maybe posted on/in the blogs; this way, the LS didn't have to expose his/her/their real identity to Forrest or other searchers . . . and probably, the privacy of the LS was supported by the hosts of the blogs. Not a big deal, and not rocket science. If you found a small box containing a million dollars, you probably wouldn't wave it around while walking into a crowd of strangers (just a guess).
                          But if you didn’t have a small box. With some answers chances are at some point you will be waiving them answers around.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Trailblazer99 View Post

                            But if you didn’t have a small box. With some answers chances are at some point you will be waiving them answers around.
                            Maybe the answers have already been waived around, but due to the official story and other things, the community is too blind to see. Its sad, but there are not many in the community that are able to think for themselves, and were and are not able to see the answers when they were waived right in front of their faces.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by listengood View Post

                              Maybe the answers have already been waived around, but due to the official story and other things, the community is too blind to see. Its sad, but there are not many in the community that are able to think for themselves, and were and are not able to see the answers when they were waived right in front of their faces.
                              its okay nothing will change that but you really don't need the community to believe you. broaden your sight and aim for the whole world. i know many outside of the community who were astonished by my story and always want to hear more. so i have changed my audience. I've explained some things to the best of my ability but people seem to interpret things the way they want which i get it. that's why the human species is so lovely. we all think differently but i also think that's why it went unsolved for so many years. i don't think a lot of people understood Fenn. But I'm glad someone did and he got to see the day he wished for come to light at the perfect time. we are aiming for the stars with a rocket in the backyard.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Old Pilot

                                The person "who was close" was smart enough to avoid ever e-mailing directly to Fenn. Jeez. Stay out of poker games, okay? And casinos, for that matter . . . please.
                                I don’t know you but I was going back to look at your old posts. I think this is the most important thing you have ever said. Treasure hunt or not.

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