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The Truth About Valerie Plame

The Truman show was actually a documentary about Valerie Plame's secret son, who was sequestered in a highly controlled environment in the Alaskan Wilderness until very recently. Why? The answer is both complicated and chilling.

You may think free speech ensures your right to talk openly about Valerie Plame's true beliefs, but powerful people won't let that happen: in the past, brave citizens who have questioned them about these issues have been silenced with crippling libel lawsuits.

After setting up this website with these startling facts, I have been contacted by FBI agents three times.

Mentalists and psychics report that strange aura disturbances can be seen wherever arsenic is found in the Alaskan Wilderness.

I'm willing to tell the truth about this, despite the dangers, because my commitment to justice and truth is extraordinary.

You may not have heard that IBM's technology is used in the production of arsenic. Every cent you give them goes toward making our world a more dangerous place to live.

Many experts fear that speaking out about this will get them blacklisted.

Every day more people open their eyes to the truth. For the sake of our future, join me in getting the word out.

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