Missing 411 by David Paulides

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Some interesting analysts, and minor anomalies, but they say, it's a possible homicide. The investigation is on going.

Death of Victorine in Isère: an open investigation for kidnapping, forcible confinement and intentional homicide
Mort de Victorine en Isère : une enquête ouverte pour enlèvement, séquestration et homicide volontaire
Par Vincent WALES - 18:40 | mis à jour à 19:00 (Time-Line, Videos, Pictures) Snips:
Saturday:
At the beginning of the evening, this Saturday, and after having strolled with friends and girlfriends in the Village of Marques, the student in Lyon 3 was to join the family home in the district of Fougères.

An 18-year-old girl disappeared on Saturday, September 26 in Villefontaine in Isère. It was his sister who gave the alert this Sunday morning. The gendarmes as well as search groups are currently looking for the girl.

"She was on her way home. The path she takes to return is from Saint-Bonnet center, to Fougères in Villefontaine," her sister said in the Facebook post announcing her disappearance. “The last call she made was at the Prairie stadium at 7 pm, since she no longer responds to messages, to calls,” explains Romane Dartois.

Thus, research is currently focused around the Prairie stadium, the Saint-Bonnet pond and the rise of Vaulx-Milieu, specifies Le Dauphiné. Contacted by the regional daily, the Vienna prosecutor's office confirmed the information and specified that an investigation for a worrying disappearance had been opened and entrusted to the Villefontaine territorial brigade.

URGENT ! MY LITTLE SISTER IS MISSING! This pretty 18 year old girl who is my little sister is missing ... she was ...
Posted by Romane Dartois on Sunday September 27, 2020

When she disappeared, the girl was wearing jeans, a pink Nike sweatshirt, white Puma sneakers and sunglasses. She measures 1m65. In her Facebook post, her sister also clarified that the girl was wearing the same white handbag she has in the photos released as well as the same earrings.

Shortly before 7 p.m., she was seen in the area of the Prairie stadium, which is confirmed by the use of the city's video surveillance cameras. She probably had to take a bus back to Les Fougères.

For his part, the mayor of Villefontaine, Patrick Nicole-Williams, provided support to the family, while the municipal police put their resources at the disposal of investigators.

"An investigation for worrying disappearance was opened on Saturday evening by the prosecutor, after the parents came to report the disappearance of their daughter to the gendarmes" at 9:30 p.m., prosecutor Audrey Quey told AFP, confirming information from the released Dauphiné .

"All the hypotheses, from the most reassuring to the least reassuring, are considered and I do not exclude any hypothesis," she added.

The gendarmes of the Grenoble research section are responsible for directing the investigation and work in joint referral with their colleagues from the Bourgoin-Jallieu research brigade.

Sunday:
7:40 am:
Concern is growing hour by hour in Villefontaine where Victorine, 18, has been missing since Saturday evening.

Because it is in this sector, according to information from the released Dauphiné, that the gendarmes lost track of the young girl.
Engaged on several occasions this Sunday, the dog team,
with a Saint-Hubert dog known for its flair, lost its trace near the wood located in the extension of the Prairie stadium.

Yesterday, divers began to explore one of the area's four "water points", to no avail. They will continue their research this morning. Pedestrian sweeps will also continue this Monday morning.

While the research resumes this Monday morning, the released Dauphiné learns that the investigators cannot count on the student's phone: he has remained silent since his disappearance. Either the device was turned off or its battery was flat. Also, it cannot be geoconnected.

Monday:
8:48 am:
The research with a Saint-Hubert dog has just resumed in heavy rain.

The gendarmerie calls on the population not to participate
in the research so as not to cloud any olfactory traces. The Saint-Hubert dog followed by his master himself followed by one of several gendarmes, has sunk into the woods.

8:10 am: This morning, research will resume, focusing on the Saint-Bonnet pond nature reserve. An area extending over about fifty hectares, composed of a pond, reed beds and woods.

1:55 p.m.: The Vienna prosecutor has just clarified the circumstances of the discovery of a body that remains to be formally identified. First, investigators found his sneakers, purse, and a surgical mask in this small stream. As they progressed, they discovered a body that, as of yet, has not been formally identified, in the words of the prosecutor.

A second team of criminal identification technicians has also arrived on the scene. The prosecutor also announced that it was "probably facts of a criminal nature", announcing that she would withdraw in the afternoon in favor of the criminal center of Grenoble.

2:29 p.m.: Three technicians in criminal identification put on their white coveralls before entering the "criminal scene". The technical and scientific police findings could last a good part of the afternoon.

3:57 p.m.: The forensic doctor is in the process of making findings on the victim's body. According to information from the released Dauphiné, the body of the young girl would not be naked.

3:49 p.m.:
The criminal identification technicians continue their meticulous findings. A white marquee has been erected on the road in order to protect them from the rain and to carry out the necessary investigative acts under cover. The different "effects" of the young girl are placed under seal once the samples have been taken.

4:13 p.m.:
Victorine's body was discovered just before the outlet of the stream allowing it to cross the departmental road, before flowing 200 meters further into the pond.

The place of discovery is a few tens of meters from the first clues discovered at the end of the morning, namely the student's sneakers and handbag, as well as a surgical mask. The banks of this stream are steep and wooded.

A second team of criminal identification technicians has also arrived on the scene.
The prosecutor also announced that it was "probably facts of a criminal nature", announcing that she would withdraw in the afternoon in favor of the criminal center of Grenoble.

The body of Victorine DARTOIS, 18, was found near the pond of St Bonnet (38). She had disappeared on Saturday 26/09 around 7 p.m. while she was walking back to Villefontaine (38). If you have any information, please contact the at the following toll-free number: 0 800 200 142

Other publications of this incident.

The national gendarmerie is still fully engaged in the investigations relating to the worrying disappearance of Victorine. 167 staff from SR Grenoble, GGD38, RGARA staff and EGM 25/4 Grenoble are continuing their research at Villefontaine.

The lifeless body of Victorine Dartois, 18, was found Monday, September 28 in Villefontaine, in Isère. The public prosecutor of Vienna, Audrey Quey, confirmed that it was indeed the body of the young woman, missing since the previous Saturday evening. The body "was submerged in a stream and difficult to access," the prosecutor said at a press conference. "It is too early to say when he died and what are the causes," she added.

Sneakers and a handbag matching those of 18-year-old Victorine had previously been found as part of research in the area. "Everything suggests that this is not an accident," said the Vienna prosecutor earlier today. The Grenoble criminal center is now in charge of the investigation. The prosecutor recalled that anyone who can provide information to the investigation should call the following number: 0 800 200 142.

The disappearance of Victorine on Saturday evening prompted the immediate opening of an investigation for "worrying disappearance".

Although she is of age, her absence immediately worried because according to the last elements of conversation with her relatives, "she was going home, there was no discomfort, she had not had any problem in her day. It does not look like a fugue ", had underlined the magistrate.

A beat gathered many volunteers

Large resources had been engaged with helicopter, ground police and a Saint-Hubert dog specialized in searching for people. The water points (ponds, streams) have been screened by divers since Sunday. Several dozen gendarmes were on the ground again on Monday and the prosecutor urged "to let them work and pollute the places of investigation as little as possible".

At the same time, technical investigations were carried out on the telephony, CCTV tapes are being used and investigators have conducted numerous hearings.

The older sister of the young missing had already launched an appeal Sunday on social networks, posting photos of her sister and describing her outfit on Saturday (jeans, pink sweatshirt, sneakers).
 

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Hmm, something just seems to vague.

The young Victorine "died by drowning with the intervention of a third party", according to the conclusions of the autopsy, carried out this Wednesday.

The findings "cite a death by drowning with third party intervention due to multiple internal bruises found on the victim's body," writes Deputy Prosecutor Boris Duffau. No traces of sexual violence.

He clarified that "if no trace of sexual violence was found, it is not however possible at this stage of the investigation to rule out this hypothesis".


Victorine had disappeared when she returned home on Saturday around 7 p.m. and was found dead Monday at noon in a stream near the family home, in Villefontaine.

The investigation, opened on Saturday evening for "worrying disappearance", has since evolved into the counts of "kidnapping, forcible confinement and intentional homicide".

Forty-seven investigators from the Research Section of the Grenoble gendarmerie are mobilized on the case, "in particular to carry out a neighborhood investigation and hear any useful witnesses".

A toll-free number is activated to collect possible testimonies (0.800.200.142).

According to our colleagues from Dauphiné, the investigators were still on site this Wednesday morning to retrace the course of the student.
 

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October 18, 2020
A California woman who was missing for nearly two weeks at Zion National Park in Utah was found safely on Sunday and reunited with her family.


Holly Suzanne Courtier, 38, hadn’t been seen since riding a private shuttle into the park’s Grotto area on Oct. 6. Her disappearance prompted multiple search and rescue efforts that were complicated by the fact that Courtier didn’t have a cell phone and hadn’t left a trip itinerary.

Park rangers located Courtier after receiving a “credible tip from a park visitor,” the National Park Service said in a news release, adding that Courtier has since left the park with her family.

“We are overjoyed that she was found safely today,” Courtier’s family said in a statement released by the park service. “We would like to thank the rangers and search teams who relentlessly looked for her day and night and never gave up hope. We are also so grateful to the countless volunteers who were generous with their time, resources and support. This wouldn’t have been possible without the network of people who came together.”

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The search for Courtier brought together federal, state and local resources, including the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and the Grand Canyon National Emergency Service Team, plus park staff and volunteers.

The Park Service statement did not include any information about Courtier’s health or her whereabouts for the past 12 days.

Courtier was reported missing by her family on Oct. 8, two days after failed to return to the shuttle after heading out on the Kayenta Trail toward the Emerald Pools. Her vehicle was discovered in the nearby town of Springdale, at the park’s southwest entrance, early in the search, Zion officials had said.

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Courtier's daughter, Kailey Chambers, told CBS Los Angeles last week that her mom had been traveling the country in a converted van after losing her job due to the coronavirus pandemic. She described her as an "experienced hiker” who was.....

Damage control:
The original tweet from Zion asking for information says she was possibly dropped off by a private bus at the Grotto on Oct. 6.


 

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A Utah sheriff's search-and-rescue sergeant whose team assisted in the investigation into Zion National Park hiker Holly Courtier is sounding off on details about the California woman’s disappearance and subsequent rescue that he believes “do not add up,” according to a recent report.

Sgt. Darrell Cashin from the Washington County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue said his team was enlisted to help rangers search for 38-year-old Courtier, a mom from Los Angeles who went missing around Oct. 6. But since she was found safe on Sunday, Cashin told local news station ABC4 he has noticed “discrepancies and questions that do not add up.”

ZION HIKER HOLLY COURTIER WAS FOUND IN 'THICKLY VEGETATED' AREA, REQUIRED 'MINIMAL ASSISTANCE' DURING RESCUE

It was not clear from the report if Cashin was present at the time of Courtier’s rescue, and a spokesperson for WCSAR did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request seeking comment.

Courtier was rescued safely from what National Park Service officials described as a “thickly vegetated area along the Virgin River” after authorities tracked her down based on a credible tip, an NPS spokesperson said in an emailed summary earlier this week.

“She was able to leave of her own capability with minimal assistance,” the summary stated.

WOMAN FOUND SAFE IN ZION NATIONAL PARK AFTER 2 WEEKS MISSING WAS BRUISED, HAD LOST WEIGHT, SISTER SAYS

Cashin noted that she was recovered within roughly a half-mile from where authorities said she was spotted, according to the report.

But Courtier’s daughter, Kailey Chambers, had a different description of the events that took place, telling CNN her mother hurt her head early in her hike and became disoriented.

“She injured her head on a tree,” Chambers said in a text exchange. “She was very disoriented as a result and thankfully ended up near a water source — a river bed. She thought her best chance of survival was to stay next to a water source.”

Chambers added that Courtier was so weak she was unable to take more than a step or two without collapsing.


“This prevented her from being able to seek out help. She told me she was so dehydrated she couldn’t open her mouth,” Chambers said.

Visiting national parks was "her dream," she reportedly added.

"She lost her job as a nanny due to Covid-19,” Chambers said. “The family could not afford to keep paying her. She made that a positive thing, said that gave her the time to get out, see the parks."

Chambers previously told Fox News her mother "absolutely loves hiking," and called it "one of her favorite things to do ... when she needs clarity and to spend some time with herself."

Cashin boasts approximately nine years as the county search and rescue’s liaison
, has more than two decades performing search and rescue operations, and is an emergency medical technician, according to ABC4. He reportedly questioned several aspects of both Courtier’s family’s and NPS’ outlines of events.

If Courtier had used the Virgin River as a water source for the full 12-day period
, Cashin said, there would have been a “high probability” that she wouldn’t have survived, because the water contains a toxic level of cyanobacteria, ABC4 reported.

HIKER FOUND IN ZION NATIONAL PARK 2 WEEKS AFTER GOING MISSING, PARK OFFICIALS SAY

“If she had been drinking that water, unless she had some really high immune system, she would’ve been very, very ill and probably unable to come out on her own,” Cashin told the outlet. “She either took a lot of water with her or had another clean water source that was near here, but the Virgin River is not that source.”

Spokespersons for Courtier and the Park Service did not immediately respond to Fox News’ requests seeking comment.

He also questioned the seriousness of Courtier’s head injury, and said rescuers would have taken specific measures if it was severe.

“If we had found somebody in that condition with that kind of severe head injury, we would have at minimum called for a transport agency to check her out,” Cashin told the outlet. “The fact that that didn’t happen tells me that they did not find any significant injury to her that would’ve prompted them to do that.”

Cashin noted “some question of her decision making regarding her trip to the park,” according to ABC4, which reported that based on Cashin knowledge of the events, Courtier did not tell anyone in her family about her trip when she left “in the middle of the night.”

“If she’s by the Virgin River, she’s down in the valley, not in the backcountry up in the plateaus and the peaks,” Cashin told the outlet. “She’s in that main part of the canyon, which always has thousands of people walking up and down those trails. I’m sure people walked by yelling for her.”
 

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TueOct 6 Waning Gibbousfrom 04:03
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Gemini
Shoulders, arms, hands, bronchial tubes, lungs

The full Moon will be on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 1, 2020, appearing "opposite" the Sun (in Earth-based longitude) at 5:05 p.m. EDT.
The Next Full Moon is the Harvest Moon; the Travel, Dying Grass, Sanguine or Blood Moon; the Chinese Mid-Autumn, Mooncake, or Reunion Festival Moon; the Chuseok Moon; the Tsukimi or "Moon-Viewing" Festival, the Potato Harvest Moon or Imomeigetsu; the Pavarana, Boun Suang Huea or Boat Racing Festival Moon; Vap Poya; and the Moon associated with the start of Sukkoth.

In the Hebrew calendar, this full Moon falls near the start of the Sukkoth holiday, a 7-day holiday tied to the 15th day of the lunar month of Tishrei (the 15th day of a lunar month is close to if not the same as the day of the full Moon). Sukkoth is also known as the Feast of Tabernacles or the Feast of the Ingathering. Sukkoth ties back to both the sheltering of the people of Israel during the 40 years in the wilderness in the Book of Leviticus and a harvest festival in the Book of Exodus. Often for this holiday a temporary hut symbolic of a wilderness shelter is built, and the family eats, sleeps, and spends time in this shelter.
This year Sukkoth starts at sunset on Friday, Oct. 2, 2020.


October 6-7 : On Tuesday night into Wednesday morning Oct. 6 to 7, 2020, the bright star Aldebaran will appear to the lower right of the waning gibbous Moon. For the Washington, DC area, Aldebaran will rise after the Moon in the east-northeast at 9:42 p.m. EDT, the Moon will reach its highest in the sky for the night on Wednesday morning at 4:55 AM, and morning twilight will begin around 6:13 AM.
SunOct 18 Waxing Crescent
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Genitals, anus, urethra, prostate
"Went missing around Oct. 6". "Found By a Tip...? Sunday Oct.18".
Not only that, 71% of missing hunter cases occur when the moon is either <75% illuminated or >25% illuminated. 42% of cases occurred when illumination was either <90% or >10%. He found such percentages consistently across all datasets in the Missing411 books. For comparison, he said there is no such signal in correlation between moon phases and suicides/crime.
David Paulides Oct 24, 2020
Sam Dubai was a very seasoned, in shape hiker who vanished 2 weeks ago in one of the larger missing persons clusters we’ve identified, Mt Rainier National Park. SAR needs to be going 12 hrs a day now. If Sam is there and alive, there’s not much time left.

Sam Dubal, 33, left for Mount Rainier National Park on October 9 and was supposed to return the next day. He was reported missing on October 12 after he didn't come home, and rescue teams have been trying to find him since.
 

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Paulides announced yesterday on his Twitter account that his son passed away:

Follow up on his son - in the comments portion of his video from yesterday:

"Ben Paulides is my son, a critical part of my world, team member, son, brother, and nephew.

Ben has been living in Los Angeles near a Krishna Temple, practicing his faith. He has been extremely committed to his religion for over two years, living a 100% committed devotee lifestyle. Three years ago, Ben had a manic episode with his then-girlfriend, who called and said I needed to get to Los Angeles now. When I got there, I found Ben euphoric, like on drugs, but not. After weeks of seeing doctors and hospitalization, he was diagnosed as Bi-Polar. We learned that Bi-Polar patients have the highest intellect and the highest rate of suicide of all psychiatric conditions.

The family rallied around Ben and did everything conceivable to get him to take medication; he wouldn't. He believed they were like experimental drugs, and he thought nobody knew how the brain worked (probably true). Ben lived a good life at the temple eating exclusively an Ayurvedic diet for two years, he became an outstanding chef. Five months ago, I went to Los Angeles to meet him and saw a ligature mark around his neck. He said he was just experimenting, and it got out of hand. Weeks after I left, he said he tried to kill himself. Again, the family did everything possible to get him to see a psychiatrist, he refused. He believed that his faith and an ayurvedic diet would help him.

Ben and I communicated last Friday about some minor fun issues; he seemed upbeat and good. His mom talked to him for two hours Saturday and said it was one of the best talks she had with him. I noticed last Tuesday that his social media sites were gone, and his phone went straight to voice mail. I had a gut feeling something was wrong and had Los Angeles Police do a welfare check on Ben. I got a call from a detective that Ben had taken his life, probably on Sunday.

Friends, I am devastated. Ben and I had a special relationship, and I will miss him forever. If there was one person in the world that I had high-level intellectual talks with regularly, it was Ben. We talked about everything in his world and mine; I can't explain how much he opened my mind. He had finished two books on Krishna and asked that I publish them; I will. Angie and I are crushed beyond words. I'm going to be out of touch for a while; pray for us and Ben's soul. *

Ben's accomplishments: USHL- Defenseman- Youngstown Phantoms Ice Hockey Team Full Ride Scholarship- Miami- Ohio- D-1 Ice Hockey 4 Year Starter Miami University- Ohio- Senior Year- Academic Athlete of the year for all sports- Miami-Ohio. Accepted: USC Film School- Graduate Level Director- Missing 411- Documentary **One of our proudest moments was working together on this project. The idea was 100% Ben's; he believed in me. I've been told that this film has been seen millions of times around the world.
Completed two books on Krishna Ayurvedic Chef"

 

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Ben lived a good life at the temple eating exclusively an Ayurvedic diet for two years, he became an outstanding chef.
It is very sad. 😔 I dare say his diet was primarily vegetarian (if not vegan), which likely didn’t help his brain chemistry. From a quick look on the net, an Ayurvedic diet is tailored for different body types (doshas) consisting mainly of fruit, grains and vegetables (ie sugar, carbs, plus the anti-nutrients such as oxalates and phytates in grains). As the Cs say (paraphrasing here) - no knowledge at all is better than false knowledge.

Although the Ayurvedic diet has specific guidelines for each dosha, the diet as a whole encourages eating whole foods like fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes.
From What Is the Ayurvedic Diet? Benefits, Downsides, and More
 

jar

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The latest from David Paulides. It's a tribute to his son - so it's pretty emotional. At the 35.52 minute mark, he discusses a conversation he had with the coroner investigator where she said that they have had more suicides in the LA County in the last nine months than in the previous 30 years! She said it has been horrific... no press, and it seems people don't want to know. David questioned whether it is "Covid related - is the cure worse than Covid itself". He goes onto discuss a county in Montana that had 6 suicides in 3 days and "spiritual warfare".
 

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David received an email from Curt Bachman who ran a moon cycle analysis based on the cases in the Missing 411 books. Both full moon and new moon seemed to be involved in the abductions.
The cases in Hunters for example, were among the most dramatic. If someone would of told me that a whopping 16% of missing/death cases in Hunters happened on either a complete Full or New moon, I wouldn't haven't believed it. The statistical expectation is 6.8% or less (Again, other studies would have counted a full or new moon case by being 75% or more/25% or less-my analysis only counted those that were 100% Full Moon days or 0% New Moon days).

An unbelievable 71% of cases in that book happened when the moon was either 75% or more illuminated or 25% or less illuminated (getting quite dark or becoming quite bright). A whopping 42% of cases occurred when the moon was at 90% or more illumination or 10% or less illuminated. Anyone who has been out when only 10% of the moon is illuminated knows it is very dark, and of course the opposite feeling at 90%.

My hypothesis was that whatever was causing these people to go missing might be using the brightness or darkness of the moon as an aid, or that it might be related in some way.
Full email at the site, and David says it's copyrighted and can't be reposted.
 

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The latest from David Paulides. It's a tribute to his son - so it's pretty emotional. At the 35.52 minute mark, he discusses a conversation he had with the coroner investigator where she said that they have had more suicides in the LA County in the last nine months than in the previous 30 years! She said it has been horrific... no press, and it seems people don't want to know. David questioned whether it is "Covid related - is the cure worse than Covid itself". He goes onto discuss a county in Montana that had 6 suicides in 3 days and "spiritual warfare".
I watched the last 10 minutes of this video and I thought it was really impressive how David Paulides talked about suicide in the midst of his own personal crisis. He basically repeated what Jordan Peterson said about suicide: Don't do it, your loved ones will be devastated for the rest of their lives.

He has to be a very strong man IMO, because it was clear how sad and devastated he was, he was not hiding his emotions at all, he looked grief-stricken, but at the same time his professional drive was still there. Imagine going to the coroner investigator after your son's suicide and you are still lucid enough to ask her questions about other suicides in the region. [Added: And about the devastating consequences of the madness surrounding COVID-19]Not because you want to push away your grief, but because you have just become so much stronger because of it. Anyway, that's how I see it. Respect. May Divine Cosmic Mind be with him.
 
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I watched the last 10 minutes of this video and I thought it was really impressive how David Paulides talked about suicide in the midst of his own personal crisis. He basically repeated what Jordan Peterson said about suicide: Don't do it, your loved ones will be devastated for the rest of their lives.

He has to be a very strong man IMO, because it was clear how sad and devastated he was, he was not hiding his emotions at all, he looked grief-stricken, but at the same time his professional drive was still there. Imagine going to the coroner investigator after your son's suicide and you are still lucid enough to ask her questions about other suicides in the region. [Added: And about the devastating consequences of the madness surrounding COVID-19]Not because you want to push away your grief, but because you have just become so much stronger because of it. Anyway, that's how I see it. Respect. May Divine Cosmic Mind be with him.
Watched this in whole last night, and David indeed is a brave and caring soul for speaking about the loss of his son. My thoughts are with Mr. and Mrs. Paulides and all the other parents who are in such grief over the loss of their children.
At the 35.52 minute mark, he discusses a conversation he had with the coroner investigator where she said that they have had more suicides in the LA County in the last nine months than in the previous 30 years! She said it has been horrific... no press, and it seems people don't want to know. David questioned whether it is "Covid related - is the cure worse than Covid itself". He goes onto discuss a county in Montana that had 6 suicides in 3 days and "spiritual warfare".
Yes, had heard David mention this, and one wonders what the 'true' numbers are globally based on this perpetrated "cure" that avoids public discussion? Whatever the case, and unless societies get a handle on this soon, it may be likely that many more families will ultimately suffer this sad outcome before long.
 

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Thankfully, this story has a happy ending -



Keep in mind that this boy is three years old and went missing in the woods for three days in Canada...at the end of March. He was found just under 1000 metres (approximately 1/2 mile) from where he was last seen and according to the police he had on a "distinctive blue jacket" (which should have stood out in the bush a great deal). How had they not seen him for three days? According to the report, there were around 100 people comprised of aerial and underwater search crews as well as specially trained search and rescue volunteers.

It all seems very suspicious (osit). This also happened near a body of water and at the tail end of a full moon phase.
 

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Thankfully, this story has a happy ending -
[..]
Keep in mind that this boy is three years old and went missing in the woods for three days in Canada...at the end of March. He was found just under 1000 metres (approximately 1/2 mile) from where he was last seen and according to the police he had on a "distinctive blue jacket" (which should have stood out in the bush a great deal). How had they not seen him for three days? According to the report, there were around 100 people comprised of aerial and underwater search crews as well as specially trained search and rescue volunteers.

It all seems very suspicious (osit). This also happened near a body of water and at the tail end of a full moon phase.

This is reminiscent of the story of the toddler who thought he was protected by a bear.

The kid who was experiencing cold, hunger, thirst and loneliness should have been heard crying throughout the area. Did he fall into a long sleep or was he taken away by somebody? And if so, why was he given back?
 
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