Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Chronology of PT/35(b): 14-17 August 1990

14-17 August 1990 According to L-J’s Crown precognition, on this date he and John Crawford attended the premises of Temparton Limited in Reading in possession of a photograph of the MST-13 timer which at the time was in possession of … Continue reading

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The Chronology of PT/35(b): 11-20 July 1990

11-20 July 1990 Williamson and L-J (Langford-Johnson) were in Senegal to enquire about the MST timer that had been recovered there. =

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The Chronology of PT/35(b): 4-12 July 1990

Around 4-12 July 1990 FBI agents Marshman and Bolcar were in Senegal to enquire about the MST timer that had been recovered there in February 1988.  

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The Chronology of PT/35(b): 22 June 1990

22 June 1990 According to the HOLMES statements of Williamson (S872BS), Henderson (S4710J) and CI John McLean (S5320I) the three of them accompanied Allen Feraday to the Washington office of the FBI on this date, where Thurman showed them a … Continue reading

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The Chronology of PT/35(b): 19 June 1990

19 June 1990 According to the HOLMES statement of Henderson (S4710J) on 19 June 90, he learned that FBI officers at the explosives lab in Washington had identified an area on a timer in their possession – K1, DP/84 – … Continue reading

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FBI Thomas Thurman Is Telling WHOPPERS

James “Tom” Thurman, is in a word, a hero. As a supervisory special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, specializing in explosives and hazardous devices, Mr. Thurman served as chief forensic examiner in a number of large and complex … Continue reading

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18 U.S. Code § 1623 – False declarations before grand jury or court

“Whoever under oath (or in any declaration, certificate, verification, or statement under penalty of perjury as permitted under section 1746 of title 28, United States Code) in any proceeding before or ancillary to any court or grand jury of the … Continue reading

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