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January 04, 2015

Electronic Harrasment
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Richard welcomes a former Hollywood actress and a targeted individual who will discuss how she has been harassed and tortured with directed energy weapons. She'll also discuss why she believes she is being targeted and by whom. Then - Richard welcomes a analyst, trader, consultant, economist, researcher, and activist to speak out about the illusion that is known as our current financial system.
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The Conspiracy Show: Electronic Harrasment

Leslie Oliver believes she has hands on recognition of what is going on behind the curtain. Her ordeal as a targeted individual began shortly after launching a website that posted information on how Americans could purchase cheap medication outside of the United States. After she left the USA for good on February 14, 2005, she went to Dharamshala, India where she was attacked with Electromagnetic weapons.
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The Conspiracy Show: Confessions of a Wall Street Insider

Chris Marcus is the founder of Arcadia Economics after he came to the realization that his first job out of college at the bond rating agency Moody’s Investors Service (yup, the same guys who rated all of the sub-prime bonds with their highest Aaa rating) was actually just a real life version of the movie Office Space, he realized he’d better do something about it fast.

He started searching for some answers to the questions most on Wall Street have never thought to ask.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Chris Marcus
Chris has worked for Merrill Lynch and then 7 years as an equity options market maker and specialist on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for Susquehanna International Group. He also has written for several Austrian Economics and Investor based publications including Goldmoney.com, EuroPacific Precious Metals, Casey Research, The Daily Paul, Resource Investors, and several others.

Arcadia Economics