819. Death intimidation (3/2/2014)
Last week, I received a letter from a law office which named “Walters & Ward”. It asks some questions such like:
*“Do you have a will?
*If the gross value of your estate (including your house) is over $150,000, do you have a Trust?
*Have you legally designated who would care for your children if you were to die?
If you answered “No” to any of the questions above, you should come to our free Wills & Trusts Workshop
*When you die without a properly executed trust, the costs of transferring everything you have worked for to your heirs can cost thousands of dollars and take years as it goes through a process called probate?
*If you do not properly designate who will inherit everything after your death, the State of California will make that decision for you?
I view it as part of the intimidation operation. The Feds acted like Mafia. They threaten people with death. I talked about it in “815. TV commercial intimidation (2/8/2014)”. This is a continuation of that intimidation.
820. Continuation to #816, #817 (3/9/2014)
Three weeks after Boston Marathon bombing, in "770. Drill in “Boston bombing” and “Texas explosion” (5/7/2013)", I wrote,
There is a Pacific Gas and electricity terminal near Milpitas Library. I am impressed by the huge pipes on the ground which is several blocks away from the library. I passed by that site sometimes when I go to Wal-Mart after leaving the library. It reminds me of the massive natural gas explosion that killed eight people and destroyed an entire neighborhood in San Bruno, CA, on Sept. 9, 2010. I think The Texas fertilizer plant explosion was created to justify an Utility gas explosion in Bay Area for a murder purpose.
That comment clearly described my suspicion: the Feds planned a bombing on a P.G.E. terminal near the Milpitas Library where I usually going to attend a Computer tuition class every Tuesday - 4/16/2013 was Tuesday. The news of the attack on P.G.& E. which was censored for ten months now proves my thought. (see #816 and #817)
Sophisticated but low-tech power grid attack baffles authorities
By Richard A. Serrano and Evan Halper February 11, 2014
Authorities don't have a motive or suspects in the attack on a PG&E power substation in Silicon Valley last year, but ominous theories abound.
The military-style raid on April 16 knocked out 17 giant transformers at the Metcalf Transmission Substation, which feeds power to Silicon Valley. http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-grid-attack-20140211,0,7627269.story#axzz2t6lvjVCt
If I went to Milpitas Library on 4/16/2013, a bombing at P.G.&.E. terminal in Milpitas would have happened. Combine with the attack on a PG&E substation early that morning, an individual murder would have been covered up in big "organized terror attacks". Anyhow, I didn't go. So the plan hadn't been carried through. That news of "power station attack" was censored too. Otherwise, it could be too big a case - Boston Marathon bombing in East, Waco fertilizer factory explosion in South, PG&E power station attack in West, (part of it was censored from public, part of it failed to be carried out) and there might be some more cases we don’t know yet. That was their original purpose, to organize big events to distract a single murder case - elimination of Kat Sung.