D.C. Stabbing Random? Or Mistaken Identity Of The Victim, Margery Magill?

One of the pictures below is of a “random” stabbing victim in Washington D.C. one is picture of Omar who is accused of having an affair with the husband of the woman in the other pictures. Can you tell which is the stabbing victim? Oh yes, Beth the woman filing for a divorce also lives in Washington D.C.

The accused stabber Eliyas Aregahegne has a history of hearing voices and on this occasion described it like this

“a dark force was speaking to him from inside of his head,”

Aregahegne,in a past incident was

“actively hallucinating” and believed that the government was eavesdropping on him.

Voices in the head? If you have followed Q then you are aware of the many post by Q on the MKULTRA Program, discussed in open hearings in congress in the 1970’s.



According to the New York Post, Dr. Beth Mynett says her spouse, Tim Mynett, confessed to her in April that he was having an affair with the Somali-born congresswoman, alleges the divorce filing, submitted in DC Superior Court on Tuesday and obtained by the publication.

The victim, Margery Magill, 27, who was a familiar sight in the neighborhood as a paid dog walker, was stabbed in the back, neck, shoulder and stomach by an assailant who confronted her about 8:45 p.m. Tuesday in the 400 block of Irving Street NW, according to D.C. police.

Shortly afterward, detectives followed a blood trail from the crime scene to an apartment about a quarter-mile away, in the 500 block of Columbia Road NW, according to an affidavit filed in D.C. Superior Court. There, Eliyas Aregahegne, 24, was watching television on a couch in his father’s residence, his left middle finger bleeding from a cut, the affidavit says.

Eliyas Aregahegne
Eliyas Aregahegne

Later, in a homicide interrogation room, Aregahegne “placed himself on scene and explained that a dark force was speaking to him from inside of his head,” a detective wrote in the affidavit. “At one point Defendant stated that when he went back outside the voices were speaking to him and things ‘Got out of hand.’ ”

Aregahegne’s life has been marked by periods of homelessness and hospitalizations for mental illness.

Born in Ethi­o­pia, he moved to the United States with his parents when he was about 5 and attended the District’s Booker T. Washington Public Charter School, according to court documents in Montgomery County, Md., where he was arrested at least five times in recent years for  trespassing and other minor crimes.

Aregahegne,in a past incident was “actively hallucinating” and believed that the government was eavesdropping on him.

Comey “Burned” By His Own Words….. Report of Investigation of Former Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey

Comey “Burned” by his own words…..

“By not safeguarding sensitive information obtained during the course of his FBI employment, and by using it to create public pressure for official action, Comey set a dangerous example for the over 35,000 current FBI employees”

Full PDF Report Here

As Comey himself explained in his March 20, 2017 testimony before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, he was unable to provide details about the nature or scope of the FBI’s ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election because

“the FBI is very careful in how we handle information about our cases and about the people we are investigating…. Our ability to share details with the Congress and the American people is limited when those investigations are still open, which I hope makes sense. We need to protect people’s privacy…. We just cannot do our work well or fairly if we start talking about it while we’re doing it.”

However, after his removal as FBI Director two months later, Comey provided a copy of Memo 4, which Comey had kept without authorization, to Richman with instructions to share the contents with a reporter for The New York Times. Memo 4 included information that was related to both the FBI’s ongoing investigation of Flynn and, by Comey’s own account, information that he believed and alleged constituted evidence of an attempt to obstruct the ongoing Flynn investigation; later that same day, The New York Times published an article about Memo 4 entitled, “ Comey Memo Says Trump Asked Him to End Flynn Investigation.”

The responsibility to protect sensitive law enforcement information falls in large part to the employees of the FBI who have access to it through their daily duties. On occasion, some of these employees may disagree with decisions by prosecutors, judges, or higher ranking FBI and Department officials about the actions to take or not take in criminal and counterintelligence matters.

They may even, in some situations, distrust the legitimacy of those supervisory, prosecutorial, or judicial decisions. But even when these employees believe that their most strongly-held personal convictions might be served by an unauthorized disclosure, the FBI depends on them not to disclose sensitive information.

Former Director Comey failed to live up to this responsibility. By not safeguarding sensitive information obtained during the course of his FBI employment, and by using it to create public pressure for official action, Comey set a dangerous example for the over 35,000 current FBI employees—and the many thousands more former FBI employees—who similarly have access to or knowledge of non-public information.

Comey said he was compelled to take these actions “if I love this country…and I love the Department of Justice, and I love the FBI.” However, were current or former FBI employees to follow the former Director’s example and disclose sensitive information in service of their own strongly held personal convictions, the FBI would be unable to dispatch its law enforcement duties properly, as Comey himself noted in his March 20, 2017 congressional testimony.

Comey expressed a similar concern to President Trump, according to Memo 4, in discussing leaks of FBI information, telling Trump that the FBI’s ability to conduct its work is compromised “if people run around telling the press what we do.” This is no doubt part of the reason why Comey’s closest advisors used the words “surprised,” “stunned,” “shocked,” and “disappointment” to describe their reactions to learning what Comey had done.

We have previously faulted Comey for acting unilaterally and inconsistent with Department policy .103 Comey’s unauthorized disclosure of sensitive law enforcement information about the Flynn investigation merits similar criticism. In a country built on the rule of law, it is of utmost importance that all FBI employees adhere to Department and FBI policies, particularly when confronted by what appear to be extraordinary circumstances or compelling personal convictions.

Comey had several other lawful options available to him to advocate for the appointment of a Special Counsel, which he told us was his goal in making the disclosure. What was not permitted was the unauthorized disclosure of sensitive investigative information, obtained during the course of FBI employment, in order to achieve a personally desired outcome.

G7 Providing Two QProof’s Round Table, and QProof Melania Tye Die “Perfect Storm”

trump cord microphone g7 qproof. mrlsnis tie dye dress hibiscus perfect storm

The G7 meeting in Biarritz providing big Q Proofs!!!


Melania is wearing a tie-dye dress in which the pattern looks surprisingly similar to a Perfect Storm Hibiscus flower?

“Perfect Storm” is a well known phrase in Q circles POTUS is remembered saying this to reporters early in his term at the White House with a large group of Military officers.

The view from above the G7 round table, is reveling that President Trump seems to have his cord wrapped into a nice and neat Q?


trump cord microphone g7 qproof.
trump cord microphone g7 qproof.

Grassley, Johnson Release Investigative Findings on Alleged Hack of Clinton’s Server by China

Grassley, Johnson Release Investigative Findings on Alleged Hack of Clinton’s Server by China



Aug 14, 2019
In joint bipartisan interview, ICIG staff recount probe into alleged hack & attempts by State officials to downgrade classified email
WASHINGTON – Staff from the Intelligence Community Inspector General’s office (ICIG) witnessed efforts by senior Obama State Department officials to downplay the volume of classified emails that transited former Secretary Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized server, according to a summary of a bipartisan interview with Senate investigators. The revelations corroborate concerns raised early in the email classification review that State Department officials sought to use lower-level FOIA exemptions to prevent the release of emails that other experts deemed to be classified.
The classified interview was conducted jointly by staff for then-Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) in December. Staff for the committees’ ranking Democrats, Sens. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), also participated in the interview, which stemmed from news reports last August that China may have been able to hack the server. To investigate the allegations, committee staff interviewed Frank Rucker and Jeanette McMillian of the ICIG. Rucker was tasked in 2015 with protecting classified intelligence community equities during the State Department’s FOIA review of the server’s contents. He alerted the FBI to suspicious activity on the server that may have been evidence of an intrusion.
Neither the committees nor the FBI were able to confirm whether an intrusion into the server occurred. Notably, Paul Combetta, who administered the server and used software designed to prevent forensic recovery while deleting Clinton’s emails, refused to speak with the Justice Department Inspector General (DOJ IG) and Congress. Nonetheless, the committees’ interview with Rucker and McMillian revealed new information about the classification review process conducted and tightly controlled by senior State Department officials.
The interview summary and additional exhibits are being made public today as a part of a joint staff memo to Grassley and Johnson for the investigative record. The documents include a summary of probes by DOJ IG and ICIG into the alleged China hack, as well as additional documentary evidence.
The staff memo, interview summary and additional exhibits are available HERE







Click here to Download https://www.grassley.senate.gov/sites/default/files/documents/2019-08-14%20Staff%20memo%20to%20CEG%20RHJ%20-%20ICIG%20Interview%20Summary%20RE%20Clinton%20Server.pdf To: Senator Grassley, Chairman, Finance Committee Senior Member,