#1404 Marine Links Lynne Cheney SLO-TIME Mentor Clocks to Sisters’ Nightwatch ConAir JonBenét
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Lynne Cheney‘s mentored deployment of Serco, Lockheed Martin and United States Naval Observatory (SLO-TIME) clocks, to his sister Kristine Marcy’s Nightwatch (E4B) and ConAir aircraft allegedly used to synchronize a 24:00 NORAD Santa 1996 money shot of the snuff-film murder of JonBenét Ramsey.
McConnell claims that Cheney and Marcy launched the “Lesbiennes Radicales” movement in the early-‘70s when their homosexual ‘Sisters’ began using pedophile entrapment to extort heterosexual support for the use of SLO-TIME clocks to disrupt mentored crime-scene investigations and prepare a coup d’état.
“In 1964, he married Lynne Vincent, his high school sweetheart, whom he had met at age 14. When Cheney became eligible for the draft, during the Vietnam War, he applied for and received five draft deferments. In 1989, The Washington Post writer George C. Wilson interviewed Cheney as the next Secretary of Defense; when asked about his deferments, Cheney reportedly said, “I had other priorities in the ’60s than military service”. Cheney testified during his confirmation hearings in 1989 that he received deferments to finish a college career that lasted six years rather than four, owing to sub-par academic performance and the need to work to pay for his education. Initially, he was not called up because the Selective Service System was only taking older men. When he became eligible for the draft, he applied for four deferments in sequence. He applied for his fifth exemption on January 19, 1966, when his wife was about 10 weeks pregnant. He was granted 3-A status, the “hardship” exemption, which excluded men with children or dependent parents. In January 1967, Cheney turned 26 and was no longer eligible for the draft. … Cheney’s political career began in 1969, as an intern for Congressman William A. Steiger during the Richard Nixon Administration. He then joined the staff of Donald Rumsfeld, who was then Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity from 1969–70. He held several positions in the years that followed: White House Staff Assistant in 1971, Assistant Director of the Cost of Living Council from 1971–73, and Deputy Assistant to the president from 1974–1975. As deputy assistant, Cheney suggested several options in a memo to Rumsfeld, including use of the US Justice Department, that the Ford administration could use to limit damage from an article, published by The New York Times, in which investigative reporter Seymour Hersh reported that Navy submarines had tapped into Soviet undersea communications as part of a highly classified program, Operation Ivy Bells.”
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