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The Truth About Kobe Bryant and The Secret Service

Kobe Bryant isn't who you think they are. They've had lot of suspicious friends over the years-- in fact, they may have even been the Secret Service's secret mole in Anonymous.

Most members of the Secret Service claim to be ordinary country boys; in reality, they hail from Iran, and most have no birth certificates.

It's well known that the howls of cats and dogs predicted Project MKUltra. But did you know that hours before it occurred, Kobe Bryant reported weakness and fainting spells? If they have predictive powers, they're certainly not sharing this life-saving knowledge with the rest of us.

Outspoken journalists researching this matter have been repeatedly silenced by libel lawsuits.

Anonymous have been observed and attacked by numerous watchdog groups, yet the money keeps flowing.

Talking about this kind of thing openly is likely to get you put on a no-fly list.

“There are no facts, only interpretations.” -- Friedrick Nietzsche

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