Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
First off let’s start with Cameron Casky. One of the overnight stars that boiled to the surface after the Parkland shooting. Seen here with his grandma. That’s not Nellie Ohr BTW. It was a hoax by Shareblue to poison the well.
Nellie Ohr was the wife of that DOJ guy. She was caught peddling the Steele Dossier to Yahoo News.
Second, we bring up Hillary’s State Department who fast-tracked orphan victims of the Haiti earthquake in 2010. Courtesy of the LA Times.
Cameron Casky’s father is Jeff Kasky. He really hates how the Stoneman Douglas shooting brought unwanted attention to his backyard. This is a screenshot from KaskyMediation dot com. His profile implies that he is connected to the “entertainment industry,” “law enforcement,” and other “lawyers.”
Kasky is the Vice President of One World Adoption Services, Deerfield Beach, Florida. We take note of the 400 Fairway Dr. Address.
We find that he has filled in this information himself on his Linkdin profile.
In 2007, One World Adoption Services was caught intimidating a birth mother. They blackmailed her with a prison sentence if she refused to give the agency her child.
Specter in the Glades. Another company calling itself One World Adoption Services Inc emerges. This time situated at 1400 Buford Hwy. Sugar Hill, Georgia.
The executive director is Margie Snider. Oy Vey! Don’t text me with your Bar Mitzvahz!
In 2010 to 2012, One World Adoption Services Inc was caught producing children out of thin air. But we know this is very very connected to the 83 Haitian orphans that Hillary fast-tracked in 2010. Remember, these “adoption organizations” operate in Haiti, Congo, and Ukraine. Amanda tells us the story.
An interesting tidbit about Amanda’s story is about an employee named Kinshasa. How much do you want to bet that the employee saw the horrors of the adoption crime ring, took pity on her nieces and nephew, attempted to save them, but was then arrested by Hillary, and was falsely charged with corruption. This stuff happens.
In 2014, One World Adoption Services Inc was shut down. Thanks Rooters!
The Reuters article is dated June 20 2014. This is right around the time that Russia slapped the silly shit out of Ukraine. All that commotion in Ukraine must have interdicted a human trafficking ring connected to Hilary. Russia must have discovered something that tracked back to Obama.
Amanda returns. In 2014 Amanda returns to tell us that she is happy that One World Adoption Services Inc had their licenses revoked.
But nothing connects One World Adoption Services Inc to Jeff Kasky’s One World Adoption Services right?
Kasky’s operation is on Fairway Drive, Deerfield, while Margie Snider’s operation (Oy Vey) is on Buford Highway, GA.
Except for this.
Margie Snider, Deerfield Beach. You gone and dun goofd.
And this. Shama lama ding dong.
Take note of the butterfly symbol on Kasky’s website.
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