AMAZON: The Orlando Mass Casualty Event: A False Flag Drama, Atrocity, or Hybrid?

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Steele, Robert. The Orlando Mass Casualty Event: A False Flag Drama, Atrocity, or Hybrid?, Amazon Kindle, June 24, 2016, 46 pages, $3.69.

Steele, Robert. The Orlando Mass Casualty Event: A False Flag Drama, Atrocity, or Hybrid?, Amazon Paperback, June 24, 2016, 46 pages, $6.39.

SCHEDULED for Monday: Robert Steele: Open Letter to Mr. James Comey, FBI Director, on Indicting Hillary Clinton and Telling the Truth About Orlando [USPS Priority Tracking # Will Be Published]

I have executed a false flag operation – no one died – for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The term “false flag” means nothing more or less than “not what it seems.” The FBI, our final line of defense against domestic treason or foreign covert operations on US soil, appears to have sacrificed its integrity and turned false flag terrorism into a budget-building campaign.

The following groups of anomalous questions are addressed:

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