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NASA RAIDS a 75 year old grandmother over moon rock!

 
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Lake Elsinore, CA — Here at the Free Thought Project, we’ve seen some outright insanity when it comes to the actions of government and the police state. However, a grandma being raided by a NASA police force so they can steal her dead husband’s moon rock, is definitely up there.

When Joann Davis was 75, she hit some hard financial times after finding herself raising grandchildren following her daughter’s death and her son’s illness. So, being the resourceful grandmother that she is, Davis began to think of ways to earn some extra cash.

Then it hit her.

Her first husband, Robert Davis worked as an Apollo 11 engineer, and he saved a paperweight with moon material and another with a bit of the heat shield. Joann, who also worked for the space program at the time, came up with the idea that she’d ask NASA if they’d like to buy it from her, so she could raise some funds to feed her grandchildren.

Brilliant, right?

Well, to most people with common sense, this is a great idea. However, to the American police state, it’s a felony. Now, Davis is attempting to sue officials for the brutal and humiliating treatment she endured at the hands of NASA agents.

The lead agent “organized a sting operation involving six armed officers to forcibly seize a Lucite paperweight containing a moon rock the size of a rice grain from an elderly grandmother,” wrote Judge Sidney Thomas of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in the recent decision allowing Davis to sue, per the Los Angeles Times.

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possession of stolen property.
Nobody can legitimately own a moon rock.
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This is just more staged BS to keep the sheep believing NASA ever went to the moon
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Lake Elsinore, CA — Here at the Free Thought Project, we’ve seen some outright insanity when it comes to the actions of government and the police state. However, a grandma being raided by a NASA police force so they can steal her dead husband’s moon rock, is definitely up there.

When Joann Davis was 75, she hit some hard financial times after finding herself raising grandchildren following her daughter’s death and her son’s illness. So, being the resourceful grandmother that she is, Davis began to think of ways to earn some extra cash.

Then it hit her.

Her first husband, Robert Davis worked as an Apollo 11 engineer, and he saved a paperweight with moon material and another with a bit of the heat shield. Joann, who also worked for the space program at the time, came up with the idea that she’d ask NASA if they’d like to buy it from her, so she could raise some funds to feed her grandchildren.

Brilliant, right?

Well, to most people with common sense, this is a great idea. However, to the American police state, it’s a felony. Now, Davis is attempting to sue officials for the brutal and humiliating treatment she endured at the hands of NASA agents.

The lead agent “organized a sting operation involving six armed officers to forcibly seize a Lucite paperweight containing a moon rock the size of a rice grain from an elderly grandmother,” wrote Judge Sidney Thomas of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in the recent decision allowing Davis to sue, per the Los Angeles Times.

MORE: [link to thefreethoughtproject.com]
 Quoting: Putin's Voluntaryist


Cant let this "moon rock" into the wrong hands of a scientist that can determin its actual origins haha. Keep the lie going at all costs.
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possession of stolen property.
Nobody can legitimately own a moon rock.
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Ever hear of communism?
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Lake Elsinore, CA — Here at the Free Thought Project, we’ve seen some outright insanity when it comes to the actions of government and the police state. However, a grandma being raided by a NASA police force so they can steal her dead husband’s moon rock, is definitely up there.

When Joann Davis was 75, she hit some hard financial times after finding herself raising grandchildren following her daughter’s death and her son’s illness. So, being the resourceful grandmother that she is, Davis began to think of ways to earn some extra cash.

Then it hit her.

Her first husband, Robert Davis worked as an Apollo 11 engineer, and he saved a paperweight with moon material and another with a bit of the heat shield. Joann, who also worked for the space program at the time, came up with the idea that she’d ask NASA if they’d like to buy it from her, so she could raise some funds to feed her grandchildren.

Brilliant, right?

Well, to most people with common sense, this is a great idea. However, to the American police state, it’s a felony. Now, Davis is attempting to sue officials for the brutal and humiliating treatment she endured at the hands of NASA agents.

The lead agent “organized a sting operation involving six armed officers to forcibly seize a Lucite paperweight containing a moon rock the size of a rice grain from an elderly grandmother,” wrote Judge Sidney Thomas of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in the recent decision allowing Davis to sue, per the Los Angeles Times.

MORE: [link to thefreethoughtproject.com]
 Quoting: Putin's Voluntaryist


Cant let this "moon rock" into the wrong hands of a scientist that can determin its actual origins haha. Keep the lie going at all costs.
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That's what I was thinking. I haven't studied the moon landings, but it seems rather odd NASA would use an inordinate amount of force to retrieve an alleged moon rock.
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Lake Elsinore, CA — Here at the Free Thought Project, we’ve seen some outright insanity when it comes to the actions of government and the police state. However, a grandma being raided by a NASA police force so they can steal her dead husband’s moon rock, is definitely up there.

When Joann Davis was 75, she hit some hard financial times after finding herself raising grandchildren following her daughter’s death and her son’s illness. So, being the resourceful grandmother that she is, Davis began to think of ways to earn some extra cash.

Then it hit her.

Her first husband, Robert Davis worked as an Apollo 11 engineer, and he saved a paperweight with moon material and another with a bit of the heat shield. Joann, who also worked for the space program at the time, came up with the idea that she’d ask NASA if they’d like to buy it from her, so she could raise some funds to feed her grandchildren.

Brilliant, right?

Well, to most people with common sense, this is a great idea. However, to the American police state, it’s a felony. Now, Davis is attempting to sue officials for the brutal and humiliating treatment she endured at the hands of NASA agents.

The lead agent “organized a sting operation involving six armed officers to forcibly seize a Lucite paperweight containing a moon rock the size of a rice grain from an elderly grandmother,” wrote Judge Sidney Thomas of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in the recent decision allowing Davis to sue, per the Los Angeles Times.

MORE: [link to thefreethoughtproject.com]
 Quoting: Putin's Voluntaryist


Cant let this "moon rock" into the wrong hands of a scientist that can determin its actual origins haha. Keep the lie going at all costs.
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hesright


Other claimed "moon rocks" actually have slipped through the cracks and WERE independently tested and found to be nothing but petrified wood. And these rocks were given to this person by I think Aldrin or Armstrong themselves.
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NASA is scared shitless the "moon rock" (lol ya right) will be independently scientifically tested.
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possession of stolen property.
Nobody can legitimately own a moon rock.
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Who the hell owns the moon?
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Guess they take Disney prop ownership serious.
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They had to do it.


Simply because the rock was just a common rock.
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possession of stolen property.
Nobody can legitimately own a moon rock.
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So...where is the stolen property...if no one can own it?



Perfect example of how a globehead brain works.

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Have not chased this story down to verify, but if NASA has police powers that if screwed up. No way should they have any such thing. They just do not want people unraveling their moon hoax.
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you gotta watch







"operation avalanch". Movie re nasa conspiracy.bump
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I look for meteorites over here in Ireland & last year while out searching, I found a couple of strange objects. I sent NASA a couple of photos & to my surprise, NASA got back in touch & asked if I would send the objects over to them for analysis.

I was willing to send one, however NASA did not like my reply & started to make accusations along the line that it was not possible for these objects to be found outside of the US, so I must have acquired them by some other means.

I ended up handing one of the objects over to the Irish authorities a couple of months back, so far I have not heard back, I don't expect that I will either.
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possession of stolen property.
Nobody can legitimately own a moon rock.
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So...where is the stolen property...if no one can own it?



Perfect example of how a globehead brain works.
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exactly what i was thinking. "how do you steal something that can't be owned?" haha
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I look for meteorites over here in Ireland & last year while out searching, I found a couple of strange objects. I sent NASA a couple of photos & to my surprise, NASA got back in touch & asked if I would send the objects over to them for analysis.

I was willing to send one, however NASA did not like my reply & started to make accusations along the line that it was not possible for these objects to be found outside of the US, so I must have acquired them by some other means.

I ended up handing one of the objects over to the Irish authorities a couple of months back, so far I have not heard back, I don't expect that I will either.
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Lake Elsinore, CA — Here at the Free Thought Project, we’ve seen some outright insanity when it comes to the actions of government and the police state. However, a grandma being raided by a NASA police force so they can steal her dead husband’s moon rock, is definitely up there.

When Joann Davis was 75, she hit some hard financial times after finding herself raising grandchildren following her daughter’s death and her son’s illness. So, being the resourceful grandmother that she is, Davis began to think of ways to earn some extra cash.

Then it hit her.

Her first husband, Robert Davis worked as an Apollo 11 engineer, and he saved a paperweight with moon material and another with a bit of the heat shield. Joann, who also worked for the space program at the time, came up with the idea that she’d ask NASA if they’d like to buy it from her, so she could raise some funds to feed her grandchildren.

Brilliant, right?

Well, to most people with common sense, this is a great idea. However, to the American police state, it’s a felony. Now, Davis is attempting to sue officials for the brutal and humiliating treatment she endured at the hands of NASA agents.

The lead agent “organized a sting operation involving six armed officers to forcibly seize a Lucite paperweight containing a moon rock the size of a rice grain from an elderly grandmother,” wrote Judge Sidney Thomas of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in the recent decision allowing Davis to sue, per the Los Angeles Times.

MORE: [link to thefreethoughtproject.com]
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She must suck at managing money because engineers make good money and a NASA engineer is at the top of the pay scale...if you have to sell paperweights at age 75 then something is very wrong.
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This is just more staged BS to keep the sheep believing NASA ever went to the moon
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Why is it so difficult to believe we went to the Moon?
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possession of stolen property.
Nobody can legitimately own a moon rock.
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I have few moon and mars rocks given to me by aliens
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Nasa killed michel jackson when he was about to expose their hoaxes
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This is just more staged BS to keep the sheep believing NASA ever went to the moon
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Why is it so difficult to believe we went to the Moon?
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Why is it so difficult to go back now (if we did it 6 times successfully between 1969-72)?
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NASA had the mcrib cancelled because it was space food.
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possession of stolen property.
Nobody can legitimately own a moon rock.
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Who the hell owns the moon?
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The US sure as hell doesn't.
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This happened in 2011.

The lady tried to sell it for $1.7 million.
Definitely trafficking in stolen goods.
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This is just more staged BS to keep the sheep believing NASA ever went to the moon
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Why is it so difficult to believe we went to the Moon?
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We lack of the herd bullshit propagating gene you seem to overxpressing.
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I look for meteorites over here in Ireland & last year while out searching, I found a couple of strange objects. I sent NASA a couple of photos & to my surprise, NASA got back in touch & asked if I would send the objects over to them for analysis.

I was willing to send one, however NASA did not like my reply & started to make accusations along the line that it was not possible for these objects to be found outside of the US, so I must have acquired them by some other means.

I ended up handing one of the objects over to the Irish authorities a couple of months back, so far I have not heard back, I don't expect that I will either.
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pix please or ur just another bs'r
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This is just more staged BS to keep the sheep believing NASA ever went to the moon
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Why is it so difficult to believe we went to the Moon?
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Why is it so difficult to go back now (if we did it 6 times successfully between 1969-72)?
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Pussy safety bullshit, and the expense.
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A NASA agent can be sued for allegedly subjecting a 74-year-old granny to a "degrading" two-hour interrogation over a sliver of moon rock.

That's according to the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco, which late last week ruled space agency investigator Norman Conley is not, at least in this case, immune from the law.

Back in 2011, Joann Davis and her 70-year-old husband Paul Cilley were collared in a NASA-led sting operation, and grilled by officials in a Denny's parking lot in Lake Elsinore, California. During this public interrogation, Davis wet her pants after her pleas to use the bathroom were ignored, it is claimed.

Why the humiliating questioning? Because the couple had a rather interesting keepsake they wanted to sell to settle their son's medical bills: a paperweight containing lunar rock the size of a single grain of rice.

And Uncle Sam really, really wanted it back.

Davis and her first husband Robert had both worked at North American Rockwell in the 1960s, building parts for the Apollo space program. After the first manned moon landing, the family claims Neil Armstrong gave Robert a fragment of the moon and a small piece of Apollo 11's heat shield as a thank you for the brilliant engineer's hard work.

Davis' earlier attempt to sue the US government was dismissed by a federal judge, although she is now free to pursue Conley. Meanwhile, Armstrong, who died in 2012, maintained he never once gave any moon rock or other lunar materials to anyone.

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They confirmed it was real, so of course it was fake.
They didn't want someone analyzing it and finding out it was from California.


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