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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - October 18, 2017


THE RENO COMMISSION HAS DONE THEIR JOB.


RELEASE OF FUNDS AUTHORIZATION HAS BEEN HANDED DOWN TO THE BANKS BY THE RENO COMMISSION.


ALL BANKS ARE CURRENTLY PROCESSING THE PAPERWORK FOR THE RELEASE OF FUNDS.


ONCE PROCESSED, THE 800#'s WILL BE SENT OUT.


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Friday, December 23, 2016

Libyan Airplane Hijacked, Lands in Malta, Ends Peacefully After Suspects Surrender

Source: Zero Hedge | by Tyler Durden


Hijacking Of Libyan Airplane Ends Peacefully After Suspects Surrender


Dec 23, 2016 7:21 AM

Update 2:

The hijacking of a Libyan airliner to the Mediterranean island of Malta ended without bloodshed on Friday, after the jet’s passengers and crew were released unharmed and the hijackers surrendered to authorities. In messages on his official Twitter account, Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said all 111 passengers and eight crew of the Airbus A320 had been released and the two Libyan hijackers had been taken into custody.

A Maltese government spokesman said the hijackers’ motives were unclear. Ashraf Tulty, spokesman for the United Nations-backed government in Tripoli, said, however, the hijackers, who had threatened to blow up the plane with grenades, were seeking political asylum in Europe.

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Update: Passengers walked down the steps from a hijacked plane at Malta International Airport on Friday, and Malta's Prime Minister Joseph Muscat tweeted that a first group of 25 had been freed and the release of another 25 was under way. Reuters reports that buses were driven onto the tarmac to carry passengers away, and more releases were expected, with more than 100 passengers and crew reported to have been on board. Television footage showed no signs of struggle or alarm.

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Up to two hijackers, described as being “pro-Gaddafi,” have seized control of Afriqiyah Airways flight 8U209 in Libya, forcing the Airbus A320 plane to land in Malta. The suspected hijackers of the airliner with 111 passengers aboard have threatened to blow up the plane on the runway at the international airport in Malta, the WSJ reports.

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