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NISSAN Whistleblower Connects CEO Carlos Ghosn to CIA Drug Trafficking

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Published on Jan 1, 2013

Sharyn Bovat has been fighting trumped up charges for a LONG time.
She told her lawyer Kline Preston in Fall 2010 her fear was all "trumped up" charges were
because of the Lockerbie Bombing IRAN did it.

Kline did NOT tell Sharyn that he was related to Stephen Preston the CIA's top lawyer.*
* Kline then said he was joking - but refused to sign an affidavit stating that. Sharyn was told they look a lot a like and NOTHING else makes sense. Also,
the NISSAN CEO is connected to CIA drug trafficking and there's so much more....


It's time those connected to CIA drug trafficking retired. Sharyn was told that Cal Vickers was connected to "creepy" people that were not good for society. Sharyn conntacted the DOD and wants to know if Cal Vickers is related to Michael Vickers - Michael wants the Petraeus job... OMG!!! Now James Clapped in Connected.... it all goes back to the early 90's and the death of CIA field chief Freddie Woodruff. It's really complicated.... But as Mark Silverman the now former editor from Gannett said.... Nothing makes sense..

Why would a member of the mainstream media help me with a brochure that went to members of congress saying that IRAN was responsible for the crash. Mark won the Ben Bradlee award and it a Pulitzer Prize nominee.

Please watch and tell your member of congress to ask for investigations.

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