05 July 2007

KingCast reminds the blogosphere that Markos Moulitsas and his Daily Kos cronies are bought and sold CIA operatives.

I told you 9 months ago Markos Moulitsas ran a fascist regime, and I've been waiting to bust out with this fact for a while, and today is the day, after another strong lawyer Francis L. Holland stood up to the Daily Kos hype and emailed me. I know by the tracking devices on this blawg that many of the folks who show up to put me down are from Daily Kos. Jerks. Read what this poseur says about the CIA in My Left Wing's "Man of Mystery" blog entry. All this time they thought they were really upsetting me when I knew all along they were phonies; have fun with the limousine liberal post :)

37 comments:

Christopher King said...

Just look at that guy, willya?

His face just screams, "I'm a phallus."

Later.

Anonymous said...

Given Franconia's current complait procedure, he can't do anything about this, I know FIRST HAND.

Anyway, the reason for the stop was to follow up on the bike's registration and inspection. How did this trooper get this info and why is he following up for a town officer? The young man got a ticket. The trooper inquired as to who one of the others was. Once he found out, he said, "Oh yeah, we've had trouble with him too". WTF. This person had one incidence back in January and has not had anything other that traffic violation before and nothing since.

My point? Business as usual in Franconia. You wonder why McKay is dead? It's this same crap that McKay took to the extreme. It's a friggen police state up here, you're profiled and harrassed based on information gained illegally. A bunch of scared chickenshits with badges. Nothing short of a complete removal and replacement of the entire Franconia PD and selectboard will fix this.




WAKE UP FRANCONIA PD AND SELECTMAN!!!!!!!!!!!!

Do you really think we as a community are going to stand by as you grow another cop into a McKay? Do you really think we are going to stand by as you target the weak and build your record against them, like you did Liko?

You know the "history" Liko had of resisting arrest FOUR YEARS AGO???? Yeah, that's one dirty history of resisting arrest, isn't it? If you couldn't build anymore of a case than you have thus far against Liko having such a Charles Manson past - you aren't going to create it now.

That anyone could put Liko down and raise that whack job, Floyd up, is really beyond comprehension. It is ONLY because Liko killed a cop - that IS the only reason because all that has come out about this guy's past is far beyond the dark side of Liko Kenney, that is for damn sure.

As for the people that have a problem with McKay's history coming out.....get a life. Do you seriously think that people are stepping forward in strength to confront the problems in the town of Franconia to make some sort of mudfest? Do you think young men want to tell about McKay copping a feel while they had no power to protect themselves? No, they don't but they see how far this went between Liko and McKay and they now know that the adults are going to stand up for them. They are watching Chris Fowler step into McKay's shoes and that jerk Montminy is letting, or even encouraging him to do it.

He did knock his ex-wife around and everyone of you cops know it. It doesn't have to be on paper to be real or fact. Her bruises and her suffering are proof enough.

If you ask me these cops and the public officials deserve no better than to be thrown in jail for what they are doing and allowing, especially after what happened to McKay and Liko. Nothing but common criminals and thugs, hiding behind their positions.

At least, Liko Kenney wasn't a fraud and a liar. At least, he didn't pretend to be something he wasn't. At least, he stood for what he believed in w/out fear of what people thought of him.

Anonymous said...

Debbie:

Thank you for your many posts describing Liko as you knew him personally. Most posters here did not know Liko and are required to imagine who Liko was and what about him so threatened McKay that McKay felt compelled to harass, threaten and assault and batter Liko for so long. As one who spent time in the Native American human services world protecting kids from abuse and neglect, the red flags indicating a child abuse-like relationship between Liko and McKay has been apparent to me from the beginning, and the details of your posts confirms my view. In the hands of dutiful professional police agencies, Liko's case would have been invetsigated and McKay and his department held to account years ago. As I am from Maine, which has a similar population, tax base, and "cultural makeup" as NH, I think it will take a major effort from the NH legislature to investigate and reform state police departments before Franconia reforms itself. I hope I am wrong about that. Local people can make chnage happen, but it takes serious work by local and state actors and probably new local personnel (police chief, etc).

Keep posting. Many people understand Liko's views and probable 5-11 motivations much better from your insights.

Anonymous said...

debby ~
your outrage is totally justified...and it seems the response of authorities today is to begin the process all over again, while never taking responsibility for what happened to liko and mckay. it's stupid and dangerous.

i can't help but wonder what might have happened to liko had he been UNARMED on 5/11. think about it....
mckay was showing anger (intense macing) and rage (tahoe ramming) while pretending not to understand liko's intent (to seek a witness).
again, we say liko was not morally justfied in shooting a human being...but what were liko's options? to be accused/beaten/jailed or killed as part 3 of the saga? of course, we know the ending...
if the chief of police in franconia is refusing to reach out to the citizenry with a plan to remedy and stop this civil unrest in the presence of PTSD, i/we fear additional losses.
TL

Anonymous said...

Chris:

What interest would the CIA have in your blog?

The fact that Floyd claimed he was a clandestine Marine is a chilling subissue to 5-11. Did McKay have a Marine or military background? Would Floyd and McKay have reason to have connected in the past on that basis?

So far we could write a good novel from the accepted facts of the case: abusive local cop-free spirit confrontation history, regional disappearances of 2 young women, one of whom's father searched Liko's land for evidence of the lost daughter; an ex-marine with alleged clandestine history who, with his minor son watching murders the free spirit during a traffic stop where Liko and a passenger present no threat to the murderer (Floyd) and attempted to avoid a confrontation with the stop officer (McKay); plain disregard for normal police stop protocol by the stop officer (McKay); facts that meth labs are on the rise in NH; a state AG and governor who end an investigation in 48 hours, hang up on and lie to the inqquiring citizenry, refuse to reopen a double murder investigation despite the state medical examiner's public conclusion that both deaths were homicides; and a media that so favors the state spin that it totally lacks credibility.

I fear that the digging out all of the background facts to put the full stiory of 5-11 in total conteatx will, as Chris said, take years. The state has an obvious agenda to ignore and lie about the known facts, let alone unearth and explain new ones. The feds have passed altogether, despite being told by concerned citizens that Floyd is a convicted felon in possession of guns, and of course remains at large to kill again. Unless a government agency acts soon to dig out all of the relevant facts, it may take another 5-11 tragedy to so alarm the broader NH citizenry that the state and feds do their jobs of getting to the truth, or the people elect offcials who will.

That said, why should the CIA care what happens in NH? Is there any evidence that it has in interest in Liko, McKay or Floyd? If yes, we have many new chapters of this novel to investigate before the full story is done.

Anonymous said...

We all know what would have happened to Liko that day, as McKay had cops coming from all different directions. He asked for Sugar Hill and they responded. He did not tell Liko back up was coming. He had set the stage weeks ago. I personally believe that Liko had, had enough and the system had shown again that it was not going to work for him.

Look at what McKay did - going to court unnecessarily to mock and humilate Liko after he was screwed again, challenging him that he would "get him", the whole taking pictures of his car in the drive. Liko knew someone had been down his driveway and that someone, no doubt was Cpl. Bruce McKay. He set the stage very nicely to take Liko out. McKay caught wind that Liko was at the end of his rope and decided to hang him.

He completely ignored the speeder in front of Liko because he knew Liko would traveling the same road. He was after Liko. It would not surprise me to learn that McKay was just cruising back and forth looking for him. He expected Liko to do something if he cornered him, he was counting on it. How yummy for McKay once Liko drove off - after the report he filed a few weeks prior he knew the cops would be swarming Liko. Liko would have taken a serious beating that day from the cops when they got there. One way or another McKay was out to bring ruin on that young man. Liko was afraid of him and yet he wouldn't back down in the face of his fear and McKay could not tolerate it. Why? Because deep down he was nothing but a coward, through and through. Not just for what he did to the young and other "chosen ones" (Tim Stephenson) but for beating his wife. Only a cowardly, deeply insecure person with no true sense of self-worth stoops so low. Cpl. Bruce McKay did exactly that.

Anonymous said...

We need a civilian review board in NH.

The daily stories of PD abuse, capped by the horrific 5/11 killings, which did not need to happen had McKay been psychologically suited to be a LEO, demand it.

But, we have silence from our Governor, and his appointed AG.

ls

Anonymous said...

http://www.boston.com/news/
local/massachusetts/articles/2007/01/23/
menino_taps_3_for_police_review_board/

TL

Anonymous said...

According to the "Official Report" posted on the AG site...

Military records confirm that Gregory W. Floyd was in the Marine Corps. from 1976 to 1979 and received an Honorable Discharge.

However, the official report is full of untruths and or half truths and I would bet he received a General Disharge ... Did the military have a 3 year sign up in the 70s???? I thought it was 4-years or nothing back then but could be wrong.

Also note that we pulled our last troops from Vietnam in 74.

Anonymous said...

JP:

Some of the vets from that era haved called themselves Vietnam ERA veterans.

Personally, I usually have nothing but the greatest respect for those who served. But that does not mean that Floyd's shooting of Liko should have been ruled justifiable homicide so quickly, and with changing rationales (defending the officer, defending himself), and changing circumstances (ordering Liko to drop the gun, or not, ordering Caleb to pick up the gun, or not, shooting thru the passenger window while Liko had a jam, or was reloading, or not, Floyd seeing a second gun fall from the car window, or not).

Still seems to me that this case involved three flawed individuals, meeting at the same time, at the same place, with tragic consequences. And all of it could have been prevented, by McKay.

ls

Anonymous said...

LS - if Vets call themselves Vietnam Vets who joined years after the war ended and years after any fighting and the last active troops were pulled out than that is bizzarre.

What is the cut off date for making such a claim? How shameful to think a vet might say they were a WWII Vet when they joined years after the war and fighting was over.

The last combat troops were pulled out of Vietnam in 1973, the same date the war ended for us. The actual war between the South and North ended in early 1975.

Anonymous said...

last official troops left Vietnam with the fall of Saigon. Many US personnel stayed behind looking for POW and doing various black ops projects. Not saying Floyd was and operator but listening to his audio interview sounded like he had read too many Roque Warrior books.

Anonymous said...

8:50

When a vet calls him- or herself a Vietnam "era" vet, it tells me they want people to think they served in Vietnam, when they did not.

ls

On another note, people out there are GETTING IT. Letter to the editor in today's Concord Monitor:

I
was just talking to one of my new neighbors up north, who happens to be a coach close to Franconia, the site of the deaths of Liko Kenney and Bruce McKay. This person brought up many interesting points, and I know there was certainly not a rosy history between the two.

All the blame can't be put on either one of them. They both were at fault. I won't go into all the detailed history I heard, but it was certainly enlightening.

Many people who have authority abuse their positions. Death isn't usually the result, but other ramifications do occur. I have personally seen such abuse from selectmen, coaches, heads of youth committees, police, lawyers and even teachers.

The majority of these people do a wonderful job, but there are problems all over with abuse of authority.

Anonymous said...

9:04 AM - -That is CIA. We had no combat troops there after 73 and in 75 we pulled out the remaining ones from the American Embassy.

The only fighting troops looking for POWs was in Rambo movies. The last official government held POWs came home in 73. (I am not even sure any other came home after that they may have been held by rougue units).

The entire Vietnam POW things was a hoax and a way for us to deal with losing the war and making our enemy evil. The number missing from this war is very inline with all other wars of the past and they still are finding bodies.

When you a person collects a dozen dog tags from dead soldiers in the jungle and they they get blown-up, we then are missing a dozen plus soldiers. Sadly, this was not uncommon because of the terrain and the way this war was fought.

POWs being held after the war makes no sense what-so-ever and even in the 80s the Rambo type movies still wanted you to believe we had people being held ... like the Vietnam could not use their own people for slaves.

As for political gain .. there could be none. The entire world would have come down on them if they didn't release all POWS.

Bottom line is Floyd didn't serve in Vietnam and didn't even serve at a time when we had any troops in Vietnam and joined 3-years after we withdrew the last combat troops and over a year after the troops from the embassy left.

And in three years in the service HE NEVER rose to any rank or ability to be some kind of special opps type guy that somehow doesn't know anything about pistols and revolvers. (See his testimony)

Floyd is just another wanna be nut case.

Anonymous said...

VIETNAM TIME LINE

January 23, 1973
United States, South Vietnam, and North Vietnam sign Paris Peace Accords, ending American combat role in war. U.S. military draft ends. A cease-fire goes into effect 5 days later.

March 29, 1973
Last U.S. combat troops leave Vietnam.

April 1, 1973
Hanoi releases last 591 American POWs.


I would think it is a disgrace to those who fought in this war to have somebody who entered the service in 1976 say they were part of this war.

Anonymous said...

I think Floyd was born in 1958. So he was 18 when he joined the service and left when he was 21. So, he had no college training, was not in during a war, possibly was a HS drop out and/or one forced into service by a judge who agreed to drop some criminal charges.

He was neither in long enough, educated enough nor does he even now have the knowledge to be part of some special forces.

The Marines are not keen on training people with advanced skills who don't intend to make a career or long term stay with them.

Anonymous said...

Love the graphics, CK, and oldie but a goodie. That guy could't get laid in a monkey whorehouse with a buncha bananas!!

Anonymous said...

The consensus of posters so far today concludes, based on their more intimate knowledge of Liko, McKay and Floyd, is that 5-11 is/was simply a local problem, as it appears on its face. There is no "outside" drug crime, military fraternity, or other influence, and all the facts and issues are of local origin.

If so, I still do not understand how McKay, an officer of over 12 years experience, believed he had the authority to disregard either a court order or a PD order/agreement that Liko could and should call another officer if McKay stopped him. If McKay had followed that simple order NONE of the tragedy would have occurred.

The legal and moral burdens for 5-11 therefore fall on McKay alone. The worst that can be said for Liko is that he left stop 1 under a lawful assumption that he had the right to do so, given that he had not been cited fro any tarffic violation, and McKay's denial of Liko's 2 requests for a new officer. McKay was clearly abusing his authority on these facts, and any party that permitted this to occur was/is equally culpable.

It still seems incredible to me that Floyd just stumbled on this scene. He had no love of policemen and indeed was on record for threatening to shoot them dead, and to be a likely threat to the community due to this history, known to McKay from Franconia police reports made before 5-11. It remains to be shown on this blog whether Floyd and McKay had any kind of relationship leading to 5-11.

Recently clarified and disturbing blog facts include that police reports said a bullet hole existed in Liko's windshield, that young said Floyd old Floyd shot Liko from the front and passenger side of Liko's car; and that Ayotte's office said Floyd's only shots came from the car's side and all were preceded by a demand to Liko to drop his gun. If the blog is correct, the state is covering up facts that Floyd Sr. could not and did not demand that Liko drop his weapon, since Liko was driving when Floyd shot him through the windshield, and was unable to hear a subsequent demand, if any, because Caleb's window was up, and Liko was badly wounded (neck) making him unable to reload his gun or respond to a demand to drop it.

I have no symapthy for abusive policemen and gun psychopaths. Apparently NH officials are completely unconcerned with these issues. I remain convinced there is more history to know before the fully correct conclusions are drawn. I suspect Floyd knew where Mckay was and what he intended to do to Liko, and when Liko fought back, Floyd did what he thought he could get away with. The big question is why did McKay and Floyd think they could do this?

Anonymous said...

so we sadly see the real disrepect the attorney general has for the military...to prominently use the viet nam vet hero line...to get every reactionary cop, and others, to scream their 'semper fi' war cry a million times over in self-righteous frenzy...and it's all...A LIE...

...but ayotte et al. KNEW They could get a huge emotional response, however reactionary and ill informed, by putting out this LIE, this disinformation, which is such a cynical, manipulative misuse of our dedicated service people...real marines, real army and navy warriors who went through hell accordoing th their officers...this is bascially pornographic, but worked very well...
ayotte is clever...you don't get appointed, like monica goodling, (not on your merits but APPOINTED)
to big jobs funded by the RNC unless you are expert idealogue and brown shirt...

so it's ALL a lie...ALL of it...and people get away with murder...and the AG, seemingly, thus far anyway, gets away with hugely illegal and immoral activity from her seat of power...

...tho i suspect her career is over, and as things move along, she will become a clear cultural icon like nixon and goodling and goebbels etc....

people in her circles will profess support, but they all know she is a liar...and she will never be trusted...and she will forfeit her career...

what's her husband do for a living btw...? curious...
the investigation should be on ayotte now as much as on these details, since she is the orchestrator of death and chaos and lies...NOT law, not repspect for the US Marines...

many i've known personally were common bar fighter drunks and abusers who were constantly in trouble and the judges gave 'em choice to join the service or go to jail...so, i never mean to denigrate those who serve in the armed forces, as my entire family has...
but let's face it...
and good Marines know this very well...a whole lot of scumbuckets ended up there as local judges through up their hands, and meaning well, tried to straighten out some of these psycho losers with military service...
i have no respect for floyd's service...he's a grave robber, making himself seem like the hero under fire...which he has never been...
he's got some kills tho...
as long as it's sneak attack sucker shot...or moving his bragging mouth...
threatening officers, continually, and repeatedly, and on the record, with execution by gunfire...

liko didn't run over anybody...mckay getting his balls torn open by the car is on mckay...a whole lot more of this story, WHICH WILL COME OUT FLOYD u little useless dweeb...

you won't be able to take enough of your pcp and dozens of medicines to stop the fate you have designed for yourself...

...but quick enough, sly enough, evil enough, to tell caleb at the scene when caleb, who while still in jeopardy after a direct attempted murder, told him he would pay a penalty if floyd shot him (caleb)...

naw, floyd assures him, i'm on so much meds that they'll never convict me...

that little coward floyd knows how to WORK it...i'll give him that much...
and his son, in his cowardly murderous footsteps, lying to the police on the radio before the back up officers even arrived...and then lying more under 'investigation'...

ayotte hopes this will blow over...things are hot now...things will calm down, she strategizes...and eventually she'll use it as a good 'law and order' rep...
some fools will believe it...like those that believed a liar and provaceteur like mckay was about 'law and order'...when really he was a brutal psycho...
how ironic that floyd literally rips mckay's balls off...
ayotte gets this and thinks...'brilliant...cop killer shoots cop, runs over him TWICE...and the hero is the viet nam vet semper fi dude...NEAT...

only it's all bullshit...and it's been exposed, and will be HUGELY exposed nationally and internationally, and ayotte will be a joke in the culture...just like mckay is...
'ayotte,' like 'mckay' jave sullied their family name forever now....for generations...those synonyms are gonna stick...
a bad cop is a mckay...
to ayotte, like 'garotte'...to sneak up behind somebody and strangle the truth with great evil intent and violence to our society...

on the farm, the cream rises to the top...in the New Hampshire state justice department, the fetid stinking spoiled curdled lice ridden elitist murder junkie disinformation traitor, rises to the top...

hope you enjoyed your short stay kelly...i'm sure you did...you have lost your credibility and your career...and your family name has been blackened with filth that denigrates the laws that hold this country together...

you seek refuge in other dark devils, but you are seen in the light of day, and like dracula, it will melt you and dissolve you...
semper fi baby...you shit on the United States Marines...and so did Floyd...let's hear from the Marines...let's hear from an actual Marine Viet Nam veteran about this...
we've a few left...(tho abandoned by their government in large numbers, even for simple health care)...
exposed...exposed...exposed...NOT going away...we are not going away...
we are getting stronger.

Anonymous said...

10:48

Hunter/prey.

It was previously mentioned that McKay and Floyd belonged to the same gun club, from which a personal/social relationship may have developed? Hard to imagine Floyd might have admired McKay, but anything is possible; or he may have secretly fancied himself to be an "enforcer".

Anyway, why was McKay so focused on Liko? He didn't seem to recognize Liko at the '03 stop, until the license was presented. I wonder if McKay was simply bored, and stirred the pot to make his evening more interesting.

McKay had little tolerance to be badgered about anyone's "rights" on the '03 stop,however, and very likely never forgot the alleged affront to his manhood. Ugh.

Afterward, I'll bet McKay just couldn't let it go....the fact that Liko offered some resistance, took it to court, and neither having a short memory about the incident. Surely McKay must have had some other townees on his list....could Liko have had the misfortune to be the only one he targeted with this intensity over the next few years?

McKay retaliated for '03 on 5/11. Hunter/prey.

TL

Anonymous said...

disregard either a court order or a PD order/agreement that Liko could and should call another officer

I'm still waiting for this crucial court order or PD directive that King keeps alluding to, until I see it King is full of hot air IMHO.

Anonymous said...

well just step up to the plate when the evidence arrives...it's more than a rumour...why don't you call the chief and ask him? he's your public servant and should have a ready honest answer...there are people who know...when YOU do, will you surrender to that truth? and it's many ramifications?
i'm sure you will. you've asked a fair question...
more to be revealed.

Anonymous said...

secret elders of a gentle race, who's world is seldom seen, talk of days for which they sit and wait, when all will be reveal . . .

Anonymous said...

OK, seems there was a social forum (gun club) where McKay and Floyd could have met. Agreedm hard to imagine a social relationship between them.

Story needs more facts. So far it still makes little sense. If Mckay was as crazy as alleged, it seems he would have been fired years ago for many reasons. Perhaps policemen protect their own no matter what in NH, but I do not think so. Chris is trying to access McKay's personnel record which should put much in perspective.

Storyline has moved to where McKay and Floyd very likely know each other from a gun club, but nature of relationship unknown. Fill that gap and maybe answers evolve on whether Floyd and McKay conspired to attack Liko 5-11.

Anonymous said...

That's the first I've heard about a gun club connection. Source?

I've also never heard Floyd refer to himself as a Vietnam vet. I only heard the investigator say "Vietnam era?" and Floyd answer "Yeah, Vietnam era". I'd be very bothered if he had said "Yes, I was in Vietnam" and that was false, but I think it was a reasonable statement to basically give timeline context. When the investigator asked if he was in combat, he said "no".

I'm NOT a Floyd defender -- I think it's clear that his statements are inconsistent with the evidence -- but I do think that people are overreacting to this one, and it would be more worthwhile to focus on some of his contradictory statements that have more substance and significance.

Anonymous said...

4:44 RE: source of mckay/floyd gun club contact

possibly in this blog...from someone local to franconia...but it stuck in my mind. i'll take a look back....

TL

Anonymous said...

Was McKay ever in the military and if so, what's the history there?

Anonymous said...

If so, it's not mentioned in his obituary.

As for gun clubs, the closest one to Floyd would be the Ammonoosuc Fish & Game Club, which is down 112 towards Bath, probably within 5-10 miles of his home. Seeing as he can't use guns, it would be very interesting to find out if he was actually a member. There is also a gun club on 116 between Littleton & Whitefield (Alderbrook) and one in Dalton.

Speaking of Floyd and guns, PEI is curious about why he was shooting up there:

http://www.theguardian.pe.ca/index.cfm?sid=42020&sc=98

Anonymous said...

I got a question for you Chris, when that scupture was made, did they take several pictures with your head up your ass or did you pose the whole time they made the scupture?

Christopher King said...

8:41:

We used a model of Chief Dunn, and when he took a break we used Prosecutor Bill Albrecht.

12:38:

Don't dare give me a hard time over not producing evidence given the crooked, niggardly production of evidence that State has engaged in, up to and including the FACT, according to Junior Floyd, that Liko did NOT run over McKay the first time.

The complete factual and legal basis for Liko to ask for assistance against this rogue hater cop will be established (or more accurately, reported) in Due Course.

I know more than you think I do, and that's what bothers you. I haven't been wrong about ONE MATERIAL issue in this case, and I know that because I've been reviewing the video and what I told folks in Concord BEFORE the State issues the materials.

"Does Liko get out of the car?"
"No, he doesn't."
"But he ran him over."
"No, I believe he didn't run him over on purpose."

Come to find out Junior Floyd verified that the first time Liko pulled up short of McKay, then the next time McKay's bullet "made him stop," but the momentum carried him on to McKay, then unfortunately splitting his scrotum.

Anyway, that's a DIRECT QUOTE from Junior.

Hot air on me? Hell your comment's going over like a Led Zeppelin.

Christopher King said...

5:50 and 5:53

Thank you for your posts.

Also, thanks for reminding me that I posted about the unthinkable:

"What if Liko Kenney did not have his gun?"

http://christopher-king.blogspot.com/2007/06/kingcast-presents-unthinkable-what-if.html

They were going to tool him up again, but good, that's what. And Floyd would have been right there to help, in the fashion of a Good Marine, oh yeaah.

Foro Van Neinbaaster said...

Chris, I noticed that you are a vain person and I wager that the chief reason of your animosity towwards dKos is that your own your "blog" can't hold a candle to dKos, and you know it... Because dKos has more depth, you know... Did I mention it had depth? Like it doesn't have a fixation with trying to justify cop-killing in broad daylight, while high on drugs?

I read the link on the supposed fabrications by Mr.Moulitsas and I found these allegations simply unconvincing. Somebody was trying hard to dig up some dirt on Mr. Moulitsas, I can see that.

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