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Religious document forgery even tricks the F.B.I.


David Dom Lemieux
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Murder Among the Mormons | Netflix Official Site

 

Brilliant documentary on now about a Mormon conman who tried to deceive his own people.  He had documents  forged, the documents were said to be letters from associates of Joseph Smith who disputed Smith's account of his reception etc.    People were killed in the course of his (conman's) sneaky cover up (via bombings) but even the F.B.I.'s forgery experts got it wrong and other so called experts using nuclear methods got it wrong therefore he almost got away with it.  It really looked like the Mormon elders were basically crooks and gangsters out to off him due to his religious dissent.

Basically this all brought to mind the accusations against Crowley and his reception and documents. The point being if the F.B.I. and cyclotron can get it wrong it just goes to show that finding forgery is very contentious and forgery-cracking is only mastered by an elite form of experts, one of whom was involved in the Mormon case. 

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https://www.lashtal.com/wiki/Aleister_Crowley_Timeline


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A good exposure of the British Empire's Masonic Mormon operation is found in the book by Webster G. Tarpley, Phd book called Just too Weird:Bishop Romney and the Mormon Takeover of America

https://www.amazon.com/Just-Too-Weird-Theocracy-Subversion/dp/1615777245

 

 


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Posted by: @hadgigegenraum

A good exposure of the British Empire's Masonic Mormon operation is found in the book by Webster G. Tarpley, Phd book called Just too Weird:Bishop Romney and the Mormon Takeover of America

https://www.amazon.com/Just-Too-Weird-Theocracy-Subversion/dp/1615777245

 

 

Do you tell the people in your imaginary workplace about these timewasting stories?

https://www.lashtal.com/wiki/Aleister_Crowley_Timeline


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@Dom

Read the book before making such comments


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