list. Instantcheckmate has Derrick D. Taylors of both ages, both from Oxnard, not Ventura. So another fail.
How about Cameron Robinson of Las Vegas? We do find him, but again with red flags. His mainstream bio simply says he worked for the city as a legal records specialist. I guess they forgot to tell you he also worked for MGM and Cinemark. That is what it says at Intelius. They didn’t think it was pertinent that he worked for MGM? And what about Cinemark? That links us back to the Batman shooting, which happened at a Cinemark theater. By the way, you may not be up-to-date on that. In 2016, Cinemark won a case against the shooting victims. The victims had sued Cinemark, but lost and had to pay Cinemark’s legal fees of $700,000. The lesson they want you to learn? Don’t sue big companies.
What about Austin Meyer, 24, of Reno? Once again, Intelius has never heard of him. The only Austin Meyer they list in Reno is Austin Drennan Meyer, age 45.
Same thing with Candice Ryan Bowers, 40, from Garden Grove. Intelius has never heard of her. We find only Candice R. Bowers from Garden Grove, but she is listed as being 71 years old.
What about Sandra Casey, 34, of Redondo Beach? Same thing: wrong age. The only Sandra Caseys in that age range in CA are 37 and 40.
What about Lisa Romero-Muniz, 48, of Gallup, NM? Intelius brings up nothing. A search on Lisa Muniz takes us to Lisa V. Muniz, but she is in Taos and not Gallup, and she is listed as 47. A search on Lisa Romero takes us to Lisa M. Romero, 48, of Gallup. But if this is her, why can’t the mainstream get her name right?
And John Joseph Phippen, 56, of Massapequa, NY? Intelius has never heard of him. There are two John Phippens in Massepequa, but they have the wrong middle names and ages (77 and 79).
And Kelsey Brianne Meadows, 28, no location given? She is listed, but we see why they didn’t give her location. She lives in Taft, on Naval Petroleum Reserve no. 2. Instantcheckmate has her listed as 29 and living in Lake Elsinore, not Taft, CA. But the most interesting thing is her relative listed there as Althea Varela. If we search on that, we find an Althea Gabrielle Varela, nee Meadows, so that is probably her sister. This Althea Varela was arrested this year in Orange County.
What about Charleston Hartfield, the black police officer killed? He is listed, but again with red flags. On his locations list we also find Ft. Bragg and Henderson, NV. Both places may link him to Intelligence.
What about Tara Ann Smith, 34, of Okotoks, AB, Canada? No one by that name in all of Canada. No Tara Smith in Okotoks. Curiously, we do find an obit for her at heavenslie.com. Note the name of the site. Oh my heavens, not another lie!
I’ve done almost half now. Do I need to go on? If this event had been real and these people actually killed in it, a victims’ list would not throw up so many dead ends and red flags. I have definitely proven that either 1) this event was faked, or 2) Intelius is worthless as a people search. My enemies will claim it is the latter, but this would mean the big government computers are about as smart as Jim Fetzer at the end of a whiskey binge. [Editor’s note: Something is clearly wrong with Miles Mathis. See my note at the beginning.] The computers weren’t able to locate and confirm a sizeable percentage of these victims, which is pretty difficult to understand.
I mean, this wasn’t a bagpipe concert on an Amish farm. These people weren’t living off-the-grid in dugouts in woodland Arkansas. These were supposed to be North Americans like you and me, tracked from birth with a mountain of paperwork, a bloated bureaucracy, and now a spy-state—complete with satellites, security cameras, drones, black helicopters, open mail, bugged phones, and round-the-clock surveillance. So it looks to me like you either have to give up your belief in the Las Vegas event, or give up your belief in the big computers. Since they somehow know where I went to preschool (in 1969—before computers), you can see why I have no belief in the Las Vegas event.