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    Rich DellaRosa posted this today on his fine website, JFK Research:

    http://www.lacrossetribune.com/artic...ews/00lead.txt

    Published - Saturday, November 15, 2008

    Onalaska author says his book exonerates John F. Kennedy’s assassin

    By TERRY RINDFLEISCH / trindfleisch@lacrossetribune.com


    ONALASKA -- Harlan “Hawk” Jensen believes he has written a book that finally exonerates Lee Harvey Oswald.

    The 70-year-old Onalaska investment and insurance broker who served with Oswald in the Marines said his self-published book, “Atsugi Assassins,” shows Oswald was the subject of CIA mind control, wasn’t President John Kennedy’s assassin and never fired a shot on Nov. 22, 1963.
    Hawk Jensen of Onalaska is the author of Atsugi Assassins, where he states his theory about a military mind control program that he was unknowingly part of. PETER THOMSON photo

    Jensen said he doesn’t know for sure who shot Kennedy, but he believes the assassination was a conspiracy by some factions inside the CIA.

    Jensen said he, too, was a subject of mind control serving in Atsugi, Japan, which was the headquarters for the CIA’s top-secret MKULTRA mind-control program and the U-2 spy plane project.

    “Oswald was used as a mind-controlled guinea pig,” Jensen said. “When he said he was a patsy, he wrote his death warrant because I believe at that moment he realized and they realized he remembered things he shouldn’t have remembered.”

    Jensen thinks the book, published in March, might get more attention with the 45th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination.

    “I’m not a nut-job, I’m of sound mind and body,” Jensen said. “I wanted to restore Oswald’s name and remove his dishonorable discharge for his family.

    “His daughters have had this stigma over them since childhood of their father having killed the president of the United States,” he said.

    Jensen said he sent his book to Marina Oswald Porter, Oswald’s widow, and they talk weekly by phone. He said Marina liked his book, and she is more convinced than ever that her husband did not kill Kennedy.

    Jensen said he first met Oswald on mess duty in Atsugi and later on a secret mission in the mountains of Taiwan during the height of the Cold War.



    Jensen, who was born and raised in Viroqua, said it took him years to pull together the pieces of the story because drugs and hypnosis were used to control his mind.

    “I don’t remember everything,” Jensen said. “Things were removed from my memory. I flirted with a book for a long time; it was one of the most important things to get this down.

    “I needed to write this to remove this monkey of government lies and cover-up off my back, which has been ongoing for over 50 years,” he said.

    Some of his Marine friends were under mind control, and some had doubles, possibly Oswald, too, he said. “My fellow Marines said the book was good, and did not refute what I said,” Jensen said.

    Jensen admits he has been obsessed with Kennedy’s assassin since the day he saw Oswald on TV as the murder suspect.

    “Oswald and I were above average Marines handled by MKULTRA, and we didn’t know it,” Jensen said. “I’m embarrassed by being controlled and a little angry about being obsessed in search for answers, but I fared better than Oswald.

    “I’ve dumped my bucket with this book,” he said. “This is part of history, and some day we will learn the truth. It might be out there now.”

    By the Book

    WHAT: “Atsugi Assassins” by Harlan “Hawk” Jensen

    AVAILABLE: Available at buybooksontheweb.com, borders.com and amazon.com.

    PRICE: $23.95

    ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: To see a video of Harlan “Hawk” Jensen talking about how he and Lee Harvey Oswald were part of the mind-control program, look for this story at lacrossetribune.com

    In his daughter's words

    Here’s what Harlan “Hawk” Jensen’s daughter, Tracy, says about his book:

    “For as long as I can remember, my father talked about being used as a mind-control subject during his military service. When I was younger, his stories appealed to me because they seemed strange and mysterious. But as an adult, I feel outrage at his accounts of the extraordinary events that happened to him while he served in the U.S. military. I am proud that he had the courage to write about what may be considered very controversial events. Although I knew the details of my father’s experience, it was incredibly satisfying to see it documented within the pages of ?Atsugi Assassins.’ ”

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    Sounds fascinating. Especially since Jensen was actually in Atsugi.

    Let's invite him to DPF!
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    I second that!
    "I think it would be a good idea." Mahatma Gandhi, when asked what he thought of Western civilization.

    The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.
    Karl Marx.

    "Well, he would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies, 1963, replied Ms Rice Davies when the prosecuting counsel pointed out that Lord Astor denied an affair or having even met her.

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    Damn it looks interesting! But can't find one yet that can be sent to Europe. One online seller had this page as a teaser.

    Excerpt

    I returned to Atsugi still attached to the Guard Company and it was there that I was given sentry duty and assigned to walk the post that encircled the top-secret U-2 spy plane hangar. One Sunday morning a scheduled sentry was ill and I acted as a supernumerary to replace him out of necessity. Requiring a Corporal of the Guard to work a different schedule was highly unusual as a sentry post is usually designated to be patrolled by a Private or Private First Class Marine, not the Corporal of the Guard. I was driven to my post by the Sergeant of The Guard and issued a 12-gauge Remington pump shotgun. As I began my rounds, I was overcome with extreme fatigue and drowsiness and had great difficulty keeping my eyes open. I walked to a geodesic dome that was used as a storage building for Sidewinder Missiles and curled up on the rough gravel floor to sleep. I remained asleep for my entire four hour shift and only awakened by the sound of a guard truck engine that had arrived with a new sentry to relieve me from my post. Had anyone discovered me I would had suffered serious consequences and been given an automatic court-martial, time in the brig, loss of rank and pay grade, and a colossal blemish on my excellent military record. I would have violated one of the major General Orders to, “walk my post in a military manner keeping always on the alert, and observing everything that takes place within sight or hearing.” My slumber was a serious infraction of military code, especially when it took place while I was to have guarded the most highly guarded secret the US Government had at the time, the U-2 spy plane. Not to mention that the infraction took place in a foreign country at the height of the Cold War. I understood the severe consequences of my actions but it was impossible for me to remain awake. Was I programmed to get caught, but escaped penalty when I overheard the guard truck approaching? Was I placed in this compromising situation to allow something illegal or clandestine to take place? Or, was this simply part of my mind control training to see how much power they had over me?

    One evening I was in a small marketplace in Yokohama with Robert-2 and an American civilian. Robert-2 had purchased what he said was Benzedrine (amphetamine) and asked me to try some. I complied and recall that the drug made me very alert and talkative. I am not aware if drugs were a problem in the military at that time but doubt if there was a penalty for Benzedrine use. While on the drug, the American civilian made a very unusual statement. He told me that if I ever had any problems to contact an address that he then instructed me to write down. I questioned him why I should have any problems and if I did, how he could possibly help me. Although he did not answer my questions, I copied the address he gave me on the back of my 1956 Wisconsin driver’s license. As I was under the influence Benzedrine, the address did not make any sense to me when I glanced at it later. After my license expired, I tossed it into a box of memorabilia and did not give it a second thought.

    Years later, as I watched the movie The Hunt for Red October, I noticed a digital message that scrolled across the bottom of the screen during a scene in which a submarine progressed down a river. The scrolling message referred to the Patuxent River in Maryland. I became very anxious and when I arrived home from the movie theatre I immediately searched through my box of military memorabilia. I pulled out my 1956 driver’s license and discovered the address I had written on the back so many years before was that of the Naval Health Clinic headquartered in Patuxent River, MD. Once I had finally discovered the location of the address on my license, I began to contemplate why the American civilian I had met more than 50 years ago was so concerned about my welfare. Apparently, he was concerned enough to give me contact information for the naval hospital with instructions to get in touch with someone there if I needed help in any way. In the 1950s, the trip to Patuxent River would have been an arduous journey that would have taken weeks to complete. I know now that the naval hospital had connections with the CIA and can only surmise that the MKULTRA had intended to stay in contact with me past my military service. Moreover, I find it troubling that it was anticipated that I would experience future medical problems.

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    Default Hawk Jensen and his book Atsugi Assassins

    I have invited Hawk Jensen to the DPF and he is happy to talk about his new book and his experiences. Feel free to post any questions here.
    "I think it would be a good idea." Mahatma Gandhi, when asked what he thought of Western civilization.

    The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.
    Karl Marx.

    "Well, he would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies, 1963, replied Ms Rice Davies when the prosecuting counsel pointed out that Lord Astor denied an affair or having even met her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magda Hassan View Post
    I have invited Hawk Jensen to the DPF and he is happy to talk about his new book and his experiences. Feel free to post any questions here.

    Sounds great! I ordered this book last week. Amazon didn't have any available, so I ordered from Buy Books and hope it comes soon, since I also just finishd reading Dick Russells's latest book.

    Dixie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Rigby View Post
    Rich DellaRosa posted this today on his fine website, JFK Research:

    http://www.lacrossetribune.com/artic...ews/00lead.txt

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    In the video at this link Jensen says that Oswald was used as a patsy twice, once in the Gary Powers U2 episode. I'd never heard of that link. Is anyone aware of a tie between Oswald and the U2 incident?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myra Bronstein View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Rigby View Post
    Rich DellaRosa posted this today on his fine website, JFK Research:

    http://www.lacrossetribune.com/artic...ews/00lead.txt

    ...
    In the video at this link Jensen says that Oswald was used as a patsy twice, once in the Gary Powers U2 episode. I'd never heard of that link. Is anyone aware of a tie between Oswald and the U2 incident?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magda Hassan View Post
    I have invited Hawk Jensen to the DPF and he is happy to talk about his new book and his experiences. Feel free to post any questions here.
    Just talked to Harlan on the phone today and he says he plans on joining this forum after the football games are over either today or tomorrow. Very talkative, very nice guy. And he promised to upload some excerpts or photos from his current book Atsugi Assassins. Let's wait until the postings to see what is there of substantive value. He was in Taiwan during the Quemoy/Matsu bombings perhaps from the Summer of 1958 until the Spring of 1959 based on what he admits is an ever fading memory, sort of like mine.

    Lots of nice anecdotal material discussed over the phone with a lot of time gaps, blank spots, white outs and memory gaps possibly related to his suspected "brainwashing" or "mind control" episodes but there could be some valuable nuggets either in his memory or in his current or upcoming book involving either Gerry Hemming, Roscoe White and/or Oswald or his contacts with the Chinese Nationalists who were involved with bombarding the islands of Quemoy and Matsu during his tenure in Taiwan. "A Day in the Sun" is his next book, then something like "Oswald and MK/ULTRA". I will suspend and withhold any comments or judgments on the contents and their relevance, or importance until I get and read his book and then read his postings. Color me curious but cautious.
    Last edited by John Bevilaqua; 12-20-2009 at 05:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Bevilaqua View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Magda Hassan View Post
    I have invited Hawk Jensen to the DPF and he is happy to talk about his new book and his experiences. Feel free to post any questions here.
    Just talked to Harlan on the phone today and he says he plans on joining this forum after the football games are over either today or tomorrow. Very talkative, very nice guy. And he promised to upload some excerpts or photos from his current book Atsugi Assassins. Let's wait until the postings to see what is there of substantive value. He was in Taiwan during the Quemoy/Matsu bombings perhaps from the Summer of 1958 until the Spring of 1959 based on what he admits is an ever fading memory, sort of like mine.

    Lots of nice anecdotal material discussed over the phone with a lot of time gaps, blank spots, white outs and memory gaps possibly related to his suspected "brainwashing" or "mind control" episodes but there could be some valuable nuggets either in his memory or in his current or upcoming book involving either Gerry Hemming, Roscoe White and/or Oswald or his contacts with the Chinese Nationalists who were involved with bombarding the islands of Quemoy and Matsu during his tenure in Taiwan. "A Day in the Sun" is his next book, then something like "Oswald and MK/ULTRA". I will suspend and withhold any comments or judgments on the contents and their relevance, or importance until I get and read his book and then read his postings. Color me curious but cautious.
    John - good work. Thank you. I very much look forward to Harlan "Hawk" Jensen's insights.

    Below is some material, with hyperlinks at the site, on Quemoy & Matsu.

    http://www.aiipowmia.com/koreacw/twncrisis.html

    Second Taiwan Strait Crisis
    Quemoy and Matsu Islands - 23 August 1958 - 01 January 1959
    Sacrificed to Secrecy

    Four Secret MIAs of the Cold War : The Second Taiwan Crisis of 1958

    On October 1st, 1958, a PBY-5 amphibious a/c , the Blue Goose-Blue Swan, was declared missing in a flight over the Formosa Straits. Carrying 4 US servicemen and 7 other personnel, it flew into a 'no radar' zone and never returned. The USG has never acknowledged these men, nor has the USG honored them for the ultimate sacrifice they made for the cause of Freedom. In doing so, these men can be appropriately added to the list of POW/MIA.

    What happened to these 11 men, 4 of them American Servicemen? Why are their names not included on the list of Cold War Missing? Like other loss incidents that have come to light over recent years, these men are hidden in history.

    The families of these men, US Army Major Robert C. Bloom - Eau Claire, WI, Captain Wayne F. Pitcher - Asbury Park, NJ, PFC Claude L. Baird - Duff, TN, and US Navy RM3 Dwight H. Turner - Clarence, MO, want answers. They have waited 45 years and not only have they no answers, but their loved ones have no recognition for their sacrifice.


    But why would the USG go to such lengths to cover-up, ignore publicly, this loss? Perhaps the answer lies in a document written on 13 August 1958, seven weeks before the Blue Goose went missing. It is titled

    TOP SECRET
    Memorandum for Mr. Herter
    from Gerard C. Smith, U.S. Department of State,
    August 13, 1958


    and is described as: "Written by the State Department's then-Director of Policy Planning, Gerard C. Smith, to Eisenhower's Undersecretary of State, Christian Herter, this memo points out in chilling terms the nuclear consequences of public commitments by the U.S. to defend Quemoy and Matsu, the islands between Taiwan and mainland China occupied by Chiang Kai-Shek's forces but claimed by the Chinese Communists. Smith describes the Joint Chiefs of Staff war plans for defense of the islands as moving automatically into nuclear strikes on Shanghai and Canton, among other mainland China targets, resulting in "millions of non-combatant casualties."

    13 August 1958 Memorandum Page 1

    13 August 1958 Memorandum Page 2

    13 August 1958 Memorandum Page 3

    With such ominous warnings the secret nuclear history of the US and the Cold War Era seem to have insured that innocent Americans would be sacrificed to silence in order to preserve the tenuous balance of power and privileged information in those dark days.

    Perhaps the USG knew then, as it does now, the truth in Mao Tse Tung's 1959 words - "the Chinese People’s Republic does not intend to start a war with the United States of America over Taiwan. We can wait 10-20 and even 30 or 40 years, ... However, while not starting a war over Taiwan, we will always say and pronounce, that Taiwan is an inalienable part of the Chinese People’s Republic." With Mao's words and the numerous memorandums like the Smith-Herter one above, the perilous nature of Sino-Soviet-US relations made the US unwilling to rattle it's sabre and the nerves of China and the USSR for the missing men.

    Perhaps none of the above had any influence of the USG's silence over this incident and the subsequent secrecy of the MIA status of Bloom, Pitcher, Baird and Turner.

    One thing is clear. On 01 October 1958 4 Americans in uniform went missing and 45 years later they need to be acknowledged and honored and their families provided with answers.

    The following narrative on the Second Taiwan Crisis and the loss of the Blue Goose is a labor of love by Blue Goose MIA sisters who have waited for 45 years.




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    In recent years the focus on POW/MIA issues has revealed the staggering number of US servicemen that remain unaccounted from past Wars and Conflicts.

    The statistics show the 1st Taiwan Crisis 1951-1954, claimed the lives of at least 106 US servicemen and list as many as 124 missing and/or captured over the mainland of China. However, there is still no mention of the casualties and the MIA's from the 2nd Taiwan Crisis of 1958.

    Little is known about this silent part of the Cold War and how the US Military personnel were placed in harms way while training and assisting the ROC Military to build a defense against the enemy forces of Communist China. These successful efforts insured a Freedom for the Taiwan people that has remained evident for more than four decades.

    At the same time, four American families have endured the darker side of that crisis. The uncertainty of yet another incident that claimed the lives of four US servicemen who remain unaccounted for, still today.

    The four US Military personnel were: US Army Major Robert C. Bloom - Eau Claire, WI. Captain Wayne F. Pitcher - Asbury Park, NJ. PFC Claude L. Baird - Duff, TN. and US Navy RM3 Dwight H. Turner - Clarence, MO.All were members of the elite Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG) TAIWAN. Captain Pitcher, PFC Baird and RM3 Turner were assigned to the Matsu Defense Command at the time they went missing.


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    On October 1, 1958 a PBY-5 amphibious aircraft, the Blue Goose/Blue Swan was declared missing in flight over the Formosa Straits. In route from Matsu to Taipei, it carried four US servicemen, three ROC Army officers, and a crew of four Nationalist civilians. The Foshing Airlines flying boat was chartered by the Ministry of National Defense. Among the many services provided by Foshing Airlines, it also served to re supply the islands and transport members of the US and ROC military personnel through out the islands.

    As reported by the Dept. of ARMY, Major Bloom served as Finance Officer and had boarded the flight in Taipei enroute to Matsu to pay military personnel and was on the return flight to Taipei. Captain Pitcher, PFC Baird, and RM3 Turner had completed their assigned TDY on Matsu and were returning to Taipei for R&R.

    The aircrafts crew members made routine contact with Matsu after departure. Flying at an altitude of 1000 ft. to escape the radar of enemy aircraft, then half way the flight at 37 nautical miles from Matsu and 61 nautical miles from Taipei, the aircraft would enter the "no radar zone" of the Straits, a distance of approximately 12 to 15 miles. At this point all contact was lost. The Blue Goose/Blue Swan and the eleven men were never heard from again.

    Failing to reach its destination on Taipei, search and rescue efforts were immediately underway. Repeated searches of the Straits by US Air Force, US Navy and the ROC Military failed to produce the slightest clue of evidence the aircraft had crashed at sea. Experts tell us that more likely than not, the construction of this PBY-5 would have provided water surface debris and only under rare and extreme conditions the aircraft would have sank so readily. While some contend that weather conditions could have caused an accident at sea, official reports from the Dept. of Army and the ROC verify that weather conditions were not a factor.

    Official contact to the families ceased in the early 1960s. Since that time the sisters of PFC Claude L. Baird have continued to search for truth and clarity of what happened to their brother and his comrades.

    Margaret Baird Petree of Waterford, MI and Sue Baird Walden of Pioneer, TN have been met with a difficult task trying to unravel the unexplained issues of this case. They have found that the shadows that covered the events of the Cold War continue to complicate their efforts today.

    In recent years their research has revealed information that was not made available to the families so many years ago. Petree and Walden provided the information to the Dept.of Army/ DPMO and asked that the case be investigated. Their request was acknowledged and the case was opened in August 2000.

    Petree and Walden direct their focus to the discovery of conflicting information that was documented by the US and ROC Governments, the Ministry of National Defense and from the assessments made by US military officials at the time of the incident.

    Their findings include:
    The Dept. of Army declared the incident an Operational Loss. The American families were told the aircraft and it's passengers were "lost without a trace" on October 1,1958. The status for these servicemen was MISSING for a period of one year. Then, without proof of evidence to show these men to be alive or evidence to confirm their deaths, a Presumptive Finding of Death was recorded on October 2, 1959.

    The ROC/MND Incident Report does not indicate that a determination was made as to the cause of the incident, but the Taiwanese families were told it was a "Shoot Down" by enemy aircraft, however no evidence was documented to confirm the aircraft had been shot down. The three ROC officers and four Nationalist crew members were also Presumed Dead on October 2, 1959.

    An affiliate of Foshing Airlines reports that the Ministry of National Defense ruled the incident a Mid-Air Collision, even though no evidence of wreckage was found and nothing was recorded by the MND to support that theory.

    Brigadier General L. S. Bork, Commander of The Military Assistance Advisory Group 1958 - 1960, shared his strong opinion with the American families that the aircraft was taken by force to the mainland. Borks assessments were based on the evidence submitted by US intelligence sources, from circumstantial evidence, and from his personal knowledge that the Communist Chinese Government offered a sizable reward for the aircraft and a bounty for any US serviceman. All this is emphasized with the fact that on Oct.1, 1958 the aircraft carried valuable Defense plans, an unnamed "special cargo," along with the four members of the Military Assistance Advisory Group.


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    In 1958, intelligence sources reported the aircraft and crew members were seen in Shanghai shortly after the incident. Still another report said that a crew member was seen in Tokyo. While the USG did not confirm or deny the reports of these sightings, it is documented that approximately two weeks following the incident, an American news reporter over heard a Chinese radio news broadcast reporting the aircraft had reached the mainland and identified the name of one of the three ROC officers. During the same time frame, two of the American families also heard similar newscasts that reported the names of the US servicemen and it confirmed that they were being held in Communist China.

    Records show that on several occasions the Dept. of State presented the case to the Communist Chinese Government's Ambassador Wang, at the Ambassador Talks from 1958 to at least 1964.

    Petree and Walden have questioned, if the Dept. of Army officially declared the incident to be an Operational Loss , WHY was it investigated at the Ambassador level?

    READ: FRUS 1964-68, Vol. XXX, China: Documents 01-10
    Inquiry of The Blue Goose is mentioned in Document 10.

    History tells us the islands had been under heavy hostile fire since August 23, 1958. The unrest was critical and the safety of our troops was at risk. In view of the compelling information that Petree and Walden have discovered, how is it possible to conclude the mystery ended when the PFD was recorded?

    On behalf of Major Bloom, Captain Pitcher, PFC Baird and RM3 Turner, Petree and Walden will continue to search for answers and to insist that the status be changed so that the incident will be justly recognized as a COLD WAR LOSS. The USG has never acknowledged these men, nor has the USG honored them for the ultimate sacrifice they made for the cause of Freedom. In doing so, these men can be appropriately be added to the list of POW/MIA.

    In respect to the privacy of the individuals who have contributed to this effort, Petree and Walden offer a "Special Thanks". Also, to many Taiwan veterans who were involved in the 2nd Taiwan Crisis and offer their assistance and support.

    Petree and Walden welcome any information from anyone with reference to this incident. All contacts will be kept confidential. You may contact either by email.:

    Bluegoose011058@aol.com

    sbwtn@aol.com

    Second Taiwan Straits Crisis Background:

    Taiwan Straits Crisis 1958: Four MIAs Sacrificed to Secrecy

    Historical Overview - Foreign Relations of the United States 1958-1960

    The Federation of American Scientists - Quemoy and Matsu Islands Defense

    The USSR Foreign Ministry's ppraisal Of Sino- Soviet Relations On The Eve Of The Split,
    September 1959 by Mark Kramer

    A Conversation with Mao, 1959 - From the Cold War International History Project
    "It means this War was never political at all, the politics was all theatre, all just to keep the people distracted...."
    "Proverbs for Paranoids 4: You hide, They seek."
    "They are in Love. Fuck the War."

    Gravity's Rainbow, Thomas Pynchon

    "Ccollanan Pachacamac ricuy auccacunac yahuarniy hichascancuta."
    The last words of the last Inka, Tupac Amaru, led to the gallows by men of god & dogs of war

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