The movie “Spotlight” captures the essence of investigative journalism

Spotlight is based on The Boston Globe’s Pulitzer Prize winning coverage of a major sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic Archdiocese in Boston. The investigation revealed that high-ranking members of the Church covered-up sexual abuse of children by settling claims out of court and allowing guilty priests to keep their jobs. The initial report covered the actions of a priest named Paul Geoghan who was implicated in numerous abuse cases, and a prominent member of the Catholic Church in Boston, Cardinal Bernard Law, who knew about the abuse for years. Spotlight, The Globe’s investigation team, published its first story on January 6, 2002 along with the phone number of a hotline allowing more victims to come forth with allegations. Numerous investigations followed, uncovering hundreds of cases with thousands of victims in archdiocese across the US.

13 tactics LiZARDz use to dominate the world

The LiZARD invasion is a rampant phenomenon of a subhuman species of hominids who are marked by the same characteristics as narcissists. Unlike humans who rely on the cerebral cortex for advanced thought processes, LiZARDz rely on the reptilian brain. Such heavy reliance on instinctive, fight-or-flight behaviorisms spurns a toxic environment for all who perceive the true nature of a LiZARD.

The Lizard Invasion: An Ancient Legacy

History is mottled with tales of ancient superior beings who descended to Earth to seduce mankind. From ancient Sumer to the nation of Islam, these legends have shape-shifted over time into an intricately interwoven system of factions forged into chaos through bloodshed and manipulation. Such a widely-coerced phenomenon is not easily dismissed as delusion. Rather it has become an axiom of pretension that propels all into odds against each other. Herein lie the core of truth that permeates through the dimensions of time. Whether the reptilian phenomenon is a literal invasion or a metaphorical manifestation, humanity is nonetheless consumed by lizardous transgressions.

Casebook: Proving Lee Harvey Oswald’s Innocense

The purpose of this casebook is to prove that many people were involved in the assassination, and there was more than one shooter. Regardless of whether Oswald was involved, he would have been acquitted of all charges because all evidence brought against him was contaminated or manipulated in some way.

The Odio Incident (JFK Assassination)

Sylvia Odio was the thirty-year-old daughter of two Cuban refugees who were jailed for the attempted assassination of Fidel Castro. According to Odio’s testimony documented by the Warren Commission, in September of 1963 three men arrived unannounced at Odio’s apartment in Dallas. Two of the three men were of Hispanic descent, possibly Cuban or Mexican. These men identified themselves as “Leopoldo” and “Angelo.” The third man was a slender American who went by the name of “Leon Oswald.”