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Topic History of: Assange and me - victims of the False Allegations Industry.
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BB JK2006 wrote:
I'm not a conspiracy theorist but every day I get more people telling me the reason I was targeted in 2000 was because I was about to become Global Boss of EMI Records.

That quote is almost as funny as Tony Blair when he said "This is not a time for soundbites. We’ve left them at home. I feel the hand of history upon our shoulders"
JK2006 This has become the weapon of choice for individuals wanting to make easy money, for bent cops and lawyers, for Governments trying to get their hands on dissidents. Who knows which other (usually wealthy or famous) people fell foul of a system which only requires one person's word as proof of guilt? #MeToo? Jimmy Savile? Weinstein? Epstein? Cosby? Michael Jackson? Prince Andrew? Maxwell?

I'm not a conspiracy theorist but every day I get more people telling me the reason I was targeted in 2000 was because I was about to become Global Boss of EMI Records. Karma, however, continues to kick in.