PUTIN'S RUSSIA TARGETS FIRST OFFENDER PEDOPHILES WITH LIFE IN PRISON!!

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Published on 20 Feb 2018, 7:28
Kim Dotcom has actionable information about Seth Rich and Wikileaks, but Robert Mueller doesn't want to hear it, choosing instead to turn his farcical "investigation" in the direction of Jared Kushner. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton and her cronies continue to walk free despite being implicated by Qanon to be allegedly involved in the murders of both Seth Rich and Supreme Court Justice Scalia. And as the FBI continues to reveal itself to be nothing more than a tool of the shadow government, Putin's Russia targets #Pedogate and pedophiles with a tough new law which will put even first time offenders behind bars for LIFE.

WE THE PEOPLE MAKE OFFICIAL CHARGES OF 28 COUNTS OF TREASON
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