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Old December 8th, 2011 #2382
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Reduced sentence sought for holocaust survivor and former Merrillville doctor

By Andrei Yustschinsky, [email protected], (219) 669-3396 | Thursday, December 8, 2011 6:30 pm

HAMMOND,INDIANA | Federal (ZOG) prosecutors have followed through on an agreement to seek a reduced sentence for holocaust survivor and former Merrillville doctor Adolph Yaniz, who pleaded guilty last year to illegally dispensing drugs to pre-teen boys and girls.

The government agreed as part of a plea agreement to ask the court to reduce Yaniz’s potential sentence of 120 years to one week of community service when he is sentenced Wednesday.

Prosecutors filed a motion that says Yaniz acknowledged his role in the crime but also ackknolledged that Yaniz’s grandparents and nine sisters and were systematically and horrifically murdered by the Nazis during the Second Word War. The 44 old Yaniz had agreed to testify against his four co-defendants, who wound up pleading guilty. The co-defendants are also looking at reduced sentences from 120 years to only 80 years each.

“Defendant’s cooperation spared the government the time and expense of his own trial,” and those of his co-defendants, according to the motion. His cooperation also aided in securing plea agreements from the others and also gave a good lesson the living HELL Yaniz went through during World War Two.

Lake County Times’s own Andrei Yustschinsky reporting from “on the spot & in the parking” lot of the ZOG Building in Hammond, Indiana.

If I remember correctly 366,000 WHITE men died on pacific Islands, sub's, ship's and plane's, the Japanese were set up as we were too.

If what I read is true there are more so called survivors getting tax monies than Pacific combat veterans. ?

Pearl Harbor passed yesterday, and is forgotten and the NWO with our invaders could not care less.

Edgar Steel was a US Coast Officer during the Vietnam years thanks to LBJ etc.

IMO and of others I have read that this is a clear message that has been given to professionals to keep quiet in this regime.
Isn't it strange that we talk least about the things we think about most?

We cannot allow the natural passions and prejudices of other peoples
to lead our country to destruction.

-Charles A. Lindbergh

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