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Submitted by Marc Angles on

Star Eyewitness in Aboriginal Children Abduction Trial Dies Suddenly | The 2012 Scenario

William Combes, age 59 and in good health, was scheduled to be a primary witness at the opening session of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) on September 12 in London, England. I last saw William ten days ago, on the eve of my departure for a European speaking tour, and he looked better than I had seen him in years. According to his partner Mae, William was in stable health and was assigned a new doctor at St. Paul%u2019s Hospital this past week.
Submitted by Marc Angles on

Star Eyewitness in Aboriginal Children Abduction Trial Dies Suddenly | The 2012 Scenario

William Combes, age 59 and in good health, was scheduled to be a primary witness at the opening session of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) on September 12 in London, England. I last saw William ten days ago, on the eve of my departure for a European speaking tour, and he looked better than I had seen him in years. According to his partner Mae, William was in stable health and was assigned a new doctor at St. Paul%u2019s Hospital this past week.
Submitted by Marc Angles on

Star Eyewitness in Aboriginal Children Abduction Trial Dies Suddenly | The 2012 Scenario

William Combes, age 59 and in good health, was scheduled to be a primary witness at the opening session of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) on September 12 in London, England. I last saw William ten days ago, on the eve of my departure for a European speaking tour, and he looked better than I had seen him in years. According to his partner Mae, William was in stable health and was assigned a new doctor at St. Paul%u2019s Hospital this past week.
Submitted by Marc Angles on

Star Eyewitness in Aboriginal Children Abduction Trial Dies Suddenly | The 2012 Scenario

William Combes, age 59 and in good health, was scheduled to be a primary witness at the opening session of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) on September 12 in London, England. I last saw William ten days ago, on the eve of my departure for a European speaking tour, and he looked better than I had seen him in years. According to his partner Mae, William was in stable health and was assigned a new doctor at St. Paul%u2019s Hospital this past week.
Submitted by Marc Angles on

Star Eyewitness in Aboriginal Children Abduction Trial Dies Suddenly | The 2012 Scenario

William Combes, age 59 and in good health, was scheduled to be a primary witness at the opening session of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) on September 12 in London, England. I last saw William ten days ago, on the eve of my departure for a European speaking tour, and he looked better than I had seen him in years. According to his partner Mae, William was in stable health and was assigned a new doctor at St. Paul%u2019s Hospital this past week.