Greg says why not have a civil trial showing NASA and the spinning globe are a fraud to get back billions taken on intentionally manufactured false science.
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Just wanted to let you know, I was listening to your show on Saturday June 20, 2015, probably a re-play, it was pretty good, I liked it a lot. There was one thing you said that I have to correct though, you said that “Walter Veith” is a Latter Day Saint, that is not true, he is a Seventh-Day Adventist. You also said he worships Ellen White, well, I don’t think he does. As you know being an Ex-Roman Catholic, Roman Catholics set up images of what is suppose to be Mary and bow down and worship through the image, and also they believe that Mary is a co-redemptrix, who can also forgive their sins. Well, Walter Veith does not hold Ellen White as anyone like this, he does not pray to her or look to her for any kind of salvation. I’m not an Adventist Greg, but, I am a Protestant and when I hear something that is not true I have to stand up for that. Just like you are doing for “Tony Alamo”, which I think is a wonderful thing, and I pray for this man and wish that all will go well for him.
God Bless you and I will be praying for you and your show.
Cindy Hinch, firstname.lastname@example.org
Right, I misspoke and cleared it up the next day on my show. I am fully aware of his affiliation and like his work. My comment about Ellen White is true for most Adventists. In fact, Bill Hughes, who wrote The Secret Terrorists, was basically kicked out for that reason. You will have to ask Walter what he thinks of White. I think she may have been a Vatican plant. Who knows?
Hi Greg, Curious about lawsuits against NASA. There is a seldom used legal consequence for defrauding the American Government called Qui Tam
Qui tam lawsuits are a type of civil lawsuit whistleblowers bring under the False Claims Act, a law that rewards whistleblowers if their qui tam cases recover funds for the government. Qui tam cases are a powerful way for whistleblowers to help the government stop many kinds of fraud – Medicare and Medicaid fraud, defense contractor fraud and numerous other types of frauds that impact the government financially – and recover billions that have been stolen from the U.S. Treasury and taxpayers. (Tax frauds and securities law violations are handled differently.)
The False Claims Act rewards whistleblowers whose qui tam lawsuits recover government funds and provides job protection to whistleblowers because of the professional and personal risks they take to expose and stop fraud against the government – fraud that can endanger the lives of patients, U.S. soldiers and others. Phillips & Cohen has won their clients more than $1 billion in whistleblower rewards – more than any other law firm.
Once a person has evidence of fraud against the government and decides to blow the whistle, that person needs to find a lawyer to represent him/her. Thorough research should be done and careful consideration should be given to the hiring decision as the work by that lawyer will be key to the success of the qui tam case and will be a major factor in determining whether the whistleblower will receive a reward and the amount of the reward. (See Using the Internet to Find a Lawyer and Pitfalls to Avoid.)
Under the False Claims Act, a private citizen may sue an individual or a business that is defrauding the government and recover funds on the government’s behalf. The qui tam lawsuit is filed “under seal,” meaning that it is kept secret from everyone but the government to give the Justice Department time to investigate the allegations. Even the person or entity being accused of fraud is not told about the qui tam case. The qui tam lawsuit and supporting documents should provide the government with detailed information about the fraud.
The government investigates the allegations, often with the assistance of the whistleblower’s attorney, and decides whether it will join, or “intervene,” in the case. The government intervenes in only a small percentage of qui tam lawsuits. Although whistleblowers have the option under the False Claims Act to pursue qui tam cases on their own, the chances of success are much higher when the government joins.
The False Claims Act states that a qui tam case will be sealed for 60 days, but courts generally extend the seal multiple times to give the government enough time to investigate the allegations to decide whether to join the case. Government investigations can take years.
Lets sue NASA!
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