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Congressman Paul Gillmor murdered

September 9, 2007
Congressman Gillmor was a member of the House Committee on Financial Services and the ranking minority member of the House Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit. He was found dead in his apartment.

Representative Gillmor uncovered historically large banking and stock scandals which will crush the U.S. economy later this month and the money-power apparently killed him for what he found.

On-scene investigator tells "The Hal Turner Show" there is clear evidence of foul play and intense pressure on locals to keep quiet about the facts of the murder.

As most readers of this web site know, within the past two weeks there have been extremely unusual OPTIONS CONTRACTS offered for sale on more than $6 BILLION of stock being traded on certain stock markets.

The people offering those options are allegedly betting the stock market will drop 30% - 50% in value before September 21. If that happens, they make out really well. If a crash does not happen, they will lose billions.

The Hal Turner Show has been told -- but has not yet been able to confirm -- that the Congressman found out about some type of swindle set to take place in the stock markets later this month and he was going public with the information. I am told that people who stand to lose from being exposed, killed this Congressman. More information as it becomes available.

*UPDATE: 1426 HRS EDT:* A single staffer, familiar with the scandal and with access to the evidence has told me this matter is so huge, the US will go to war with Iran BEFORE September 21, to divert public attention from the financial disaster!

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