Pro-fisherman David Morrow has been fishing the lakes and rivers of Arkansas all of his life. Then one day, a huge school of fish popped up dead.
He brought the story to the media–and brought the world’s attention to what is called “the Animal Apocalypse,” where fish and birds were turning up dead all over the USA and elsewhere.
Then, the “scientists” appeared, and shortly thereafter–and “the scientists” dispute his theory that the fish died from an extreme blast of nitrogen.
Shortly thereafter, a huge goon showed up in his world, and told him–in the vague and coded language that federal goons and their private contractor soldiers use when they are trying to intimidate a person– to keep his mouth shut if he knows what is good for him.
Then came the cars trying to run him off the roads–and the bomb, planted in his house, after he fled the bizarre activity that had suddenly been visited upon his life.
This is America folks–tune in to see Part 2 of this incredibly distressing American story–and take a look at this similar story below from Techdirt.com, where a lying Louisiana detective named Bruce Bletz had his informants planting bombs, planting evidence, and framing crimes, now before the Fifth Circuit.
The judge virtually called that detective a liar to his face–but he really didn’t have to because the evidence said it better.