A Corruption Case Study: Glover and the 3132 Extension
[This report is book-chapter length, and may require some 10 minutes of reading time, including the linked exhibit - "Here is that presentation."]
December 4, 2016
I have done everything in my power to communicate and explain my bedrock conviction that
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