Michael Riconosciuto back in prison, this time in SEATAC FDC – – August 16, 2017

Michael Riconosciuto  (whistleblower on Iran-Contra/Inslaw Scandal/October Surprise/The Octopus) was released on June 27, 2017 from Lompoc’s Federal Prison.

His name was taken off the prisoners’ list on June 27, 2017.

But now he is back in prison, this time at SEATAC FDC   (Seattle-Tacoma Federal Detention Center), as of August 16, 2017:

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Was he being railroaded again?

Click the following links concerning Michael Riconosciuto:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Riconosciuto

https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Michael_Riconosciuto

ALSO, PLEASE CLICK AND READ THE FOLLOWING:

MICHAEL RICONOSCIUTO’S LETTER, THE SMOKING  ‘HOWITZER’  OF 9-11? – – his February 5, 2001 letter warning of the planned hijack plane attacks in the U.S. by Al Qaeda terrorists

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Norio Hayakawa’s CIVILIAN INTELLIGENCE NEWS SERVICE

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7 thoughts on “Michael Riconosciuto back in prison, this time in SEATAC FDC – – August 16, 2017

  1. OMFG, what the hell happened?

    See what happens when you know to much and become a liability to the shadow authority.

    True power never allows itself to be seen or confronted, the faces we see in power, are its distraction.

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  2. Very interesting. He was in for a while, and then out on August 18. Perhaps he is in the half way house. He told me that he was going to the Seattle half way house, which upset him. He wanted to be in California, in Los Angeles.

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