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Expose the evil Mike Adams(He is not a snitch,but an evolve human).Black folks need to ingest more Alkaline food in their diet... We are a unique people,so we have to feed our body differently to combat the outside ills coming into our system. Cut down/out the unnecessary vaccinations too,escpecially with our children
FLINT, MI – Conspiracy theories abound after a Flint water plant worker and the woman at the center of a water lawsuit were found dead within days of each other.
However, investigators say any connections the deaths may have to the city's water crisis are so far unfounded.
Sasha Avonna Bell, one of the first of a growing number of people to file a lawsuit in connection to the Flint water crisis after she claimed that her child had been lead poisoned, was found dead April 19 in the 2600 block of Ridgecrest Drive at the Ridgecrest Village Townhouses. Sacorya Renee Reed was also found shot to death in the home.
Water Treatment Plant Foreman Matthew McFarland, 43, was found dead April 16 by a friend in his Otter Lake home.
Both cases drew international attention from major media outlets and conspiracy theorists alike.
Conspiracy-laden website Natural News claimed both deaths are part of a government cover-up trying to silence witnesses in the ongoing investigations into the water crisis, while BET posted a story claiming Bell's killing is "raising some concerns."
However, police say there is nothing to link Bell's death to her lawsuit.
Malek Emmanuel Thornton, 18, was charged and arraigned on two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of open murder and felony firearm for Bell and Reed's deaths.
Woman in leading Flint water crisis lawsuit slain in twin killing
A woman at the center of a bellwether Flint water crisis lawsuit was one of two people found shot to death inside a townhouse earlier this week.
Thornton was Bell's ex-boyfriend, police said.
"There had been an on-going feud between Thornton and Bell for approximately one month prior to the homicides," said Flint police Capt. Leigh Golden. "The murders of Bell and Reed are not connected to the water lawsuit."
Bell's case was one of 64 lawsuits filed on behalf of 144 children by Stern's firm, New York-based Levy Konigsberg, and Flint-based Robinson Carter & Crawford.
The Bell case, however, played an important role in determining the future of the more than five dozen other lawsuits that were filed.
Initially, Bell's case and the others were filed in Genesee Circuit Court. However, they were transferred to U.S. District Court on a motion from one of the defendants, engineering company Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam.
However, Ann Arbor U.S. District Judge John Corbett O'Meara ruled April 13 that Bell's case should return to the state court claiming it lacked jurisdiction to hear the case. The ruling also forced the other 63 cases to be returned to state court.
The lawsuit will continue and a representative will be appointed for Bell's child.
McFarland's death comes as Flint's water plant deals with news that Flint Utilities Manager Michael Glasgow is one of three men facing criminal charges in connection with the city's water crisis.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette's office confirmed that McFarland was previously interviewed as part of its ongoing investigation into the city's water crisis.
Lapeer County Sheriff Sgt. Jason Parks said there are no signs of foul play, but the case remains open.
An autopsy did not determine a cause of death and police are awaiting toxicology reports. Parks declined to comment further on the case until a cause of death is finalized.
mr1stroke That's why they created food deserts in our communities---so we are forced to eat the poison they send our way, specifically the fast food. Mind you, although fast food is not the only problem; they label certain foods to be sent to our communities which is manufactured differently than the foods they send and label to white communities which is why they came up with the bar codes in order to keep track of where certain foods go to as specifically directed at us. That being so, poor people can't afford the pricing of organic foods and have to purchase the GMO infused poisonous foods. keep in mind that it's what in the foods they process which is killing us, not so much the food itself which is adulterated after they get finished with it. Personally, I've been growing my own from HERITAGE and HEIRLOOM seeds not GMO seeds and buy organic meats, fish etc when I find a good source...............and carefully read the lables of foods I purchase in super markets as I've dropped some of my favorite processed foods after reading hey were made with partial GMO products
Vana they poison you for 3 reasons, 1-to decrease your race, 2-to try new medication,3-to experiment and also organs donation, it does not cost them a thing just like if you go to usa.gov or the president plan they have funds set for many labs that government is involve with and last they already paying for it, majority of the people in the city especially the minority community their health care is being paid by the city, those who works for the city, on public assistance, or grossing low income
But if they poison us, won't they be liable for our medical costs? Or will they just poison us and deny us medical coverage? Personally I don't do flu shots. They give you a bit of the flu. Sorry, not doing that. I will do extensive research before I take any medication.
True...and I'm on it and trying to help my family and friends to see it, too.
mr1stroke Vana Reez Lu Kyra-Lee Marie Wilson PROTECT YOURSELVES AND YOUR FAMILIES, SAY NO TO VACCINES, GROW YOUR OWN FOOD OR BUY ORGANIC, DRINK PURIFIED WATER---THEY ARE POISONING US ON PURPOSE SPECIFICALLY _THOSE IN "THE POOR AREAS", AKA PEOPLE OF COLOR---WHAT MORE PROOF DO YOU NEED? WATCH THIS VIDEO AND SPREAD THE WORD
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