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Title: Delta Institute @BX_Protocol infantile clown Dewayne Lee Smith + his mutterings
Post by: Thymian on February 03, 2016, 05:35:48 PM
The bush drums sent us some more news about the infantile clown Dewayne Lee Smith and his insane mutterings.

News 1: Dewayne Lee Smith got a new domain: http://www.bxprotocolforum.com

That domain is registered anonymously. For a criminal company like the "Delta Institute" a clear must because its victims could show up on the spot and show Dewayne Lee Smith their appreciation by beating him up to spongy pieces.

http://whois.domaintools.com/bxprotocolforum.com

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"Registrant Org  Website Toolbox, Inc. is associated with ~266 other domains" .............. NOT Dewayne Lee Smith, but how about this company? http://www.websitetoolbox.com/

They call themselves Website Toolbox, Inc. And they offer forums: http://www.websitetoolbox.com/forum-hosting/index.html

According to this tweet https://twitter.com/R0b1999/status/618651462298681344 the "Delta Institute" gangsters already had a forum, but it is closed:

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CJXkOeBXAAAP28u.png:large)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CJXkOeBXAAAP28u.png:large

This time Smith got a domain and the same company he abuses for registration put up a forum for him. Doesn't this stink like old socks that Dewayne Lee Smith is too daft to install a web forum? I dare say so.
Title: Re: Delta Institute @BX_Protocol infantile clown Dewayne Lee Smith + his mutterings
Post by: Thymian on February 03, 2016, 05:56:22 PM
In his forum Dewayne Lee Smith put together some of the most mentally bankrupt "rebuttals" imaginable.

First  the piece of proof: http://www.bxprotocolforum.com/post/specific-attacks-against-bx-7907554

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Delta Legal

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Posted Jan 28 · Edited     #1

Jan 26, 2016, by Dan G., J.D.
Cyber Attacks Against BX Protocol:

IMPORTANT NOTICE

We now have information that several Ph.D. candidates from Leiden University, in the Netherlands, are performing dissertation research on suppression of dissent techniques. The BX protocol has honorably been selected as the primary target for this research.

Over the past year, Leiden University, funded by CEL (Centre of Education and Learning), a collaboration between the universities of Leiden, Delft and Rotterdam, has supported attacks against the BX Protocol, its founders, affiliates, members, and associates through the following means:

1. Deleting, modifying, misquoting, and fabricating information about the BX Protocol, its founders, affiliates, members, and associates.
2. Obstructing research with 3 separate universities.
3. Dissemination of rumors.
4. Posing as patients in forums, social media, or other internet venues.
5. Filing formal complaints with government agencies. (Making complaints is one of their key tactics McDermott et al., 2014).

Delta Institute, working with INTERPOL and the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), has launched an investigation in order to combat acts of cyber terrorism committed by the universtity funded students, for alleged crimes violating international standards for online activity.

Delta will utilize a variety of investigative tools needed to fight this variety of cyber crime, that Big Pharma uses as an ongoing tactic to fight against and suppress emerging health benefits within the integrative sector.
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Delta Legal

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Posted Jan 28 · Edited     #2
SPECIFIC ATTACKS & POINT BY POINT REBUTTAL

Jan 27, 2016, by Dan G., J.D.
Cyber Attacks Against BX Protocol:

Leiden Attack
   

Delta Response

The "BX Protocol" cure-all is 100% fraudulent, a total scam:
   
Certified Legal Reviews are available upon request. Consider how irrational the claim is, since 98% of our enrollments originate from trained clinical affiliates.

Some Delta associated doctors have lost their license to practice medicine,  ( e.g. Michael Lee Gerber MD)
   

Losing your medical license because you refuse to allow mainstream Big Pharma to dictate that the only treatment you can offer is the toxic trash that lines the profits of the pharmaceutical industry is something to be proud of. Michael Lee Gerber is one of the most well respected doctors in the integrative health field. Quack watch is a well-known paid disinformation service for Big Pharma.

Royal Rife was a discredited scientist
   
In 1934, the University of Southern California appointed a Special Medical Research Committee to bring 16 terminal cancer patients from Pasadena County Hospital to Rife's San Diego Laboratory and clinic for treatment. The team included doctors and pathologists assigned to examine the patients, if still alive, in 90 days. After the 3 months of treatment, the Committee concluded that 14 of the patients had been completely cured. The treatment was then adjusted and the remaining 2 also were cured within the next 4 weeks. On November 20, 1931, forty-four of the nation's most respected medical authorities honored Royal Rife with a banquet billed as "The End To All Diseases" at the Pasadena estate of Dr. Milbank Johnson. He was never discredited, unless you consider your type of disinformation “discrediting”.


You claim that Delta has a “secret scam clinic” in the United States   

This is false, although Delta did have a clinic in the United States that relocated to Cancun in 2013. The medical director of that clinic was licensed in the U.S.. Their current clinic is located in the Caribbean and that information is available to registered members upon request. Staff-vacancies in the local classifieds pertain to a different company all together, and have no relationship to the medical end of Delta Institute.


Dr. Smith has a fake doctorate originating from a degree mill

Response provided from Jen@canterbury:

As a graduate and faculty member of Canterbury University, I find your perception of reality instructive.

First of all, Canterbury University is not a degree mill, unless you consider 4 years expeditious. Just because Wikipedia says it is so, doesn't make it true.

Consider the audience. The people in this forum are highly disillusioned with the myopic mainstream mentality that says, “Your Doctor Knows Best". And I quote from your wiki article about BX:

"The only claims missing here are bigger penis and more kilometres to the litre."

Is this the type of mental dexterity that should convince the forum that Leiden academics are somehow superior to our alternative brand of education at Canterbury?

The fact that wiki acquiesces to the submission of this type of article, illustrates why alternative institutions, like Canterbury, are on the rise, while trust in conventional universities is plummeting.

Attacks on Canterbury

Mainstream academia indoctrinates its students into believing that they are dissident if they do not cling to established thought.

Most Ph.D.'s, like yourself, are procreated when conventional dogma encounters an impressionable mind. Then as you mature, you begin to believe that the outside world is evil and inferior if they do not forfeit their own believes or subjugate their intellectual autonomy to the will of the majority, (that is to say the "establishment" or mainstream research community in this case).

The great majority of universities do not seem to enhance the mental freedom of their students at all, some of whom are psychologically damaged by the experience. It may be a fair assumption that universities who claim that chronic Lyme disease does not exist, (like yours), may have a lot in common with mind-control cults. You may laugh, but the practices of such cults are strangely familiar to anyone looking at academia from a safe distance. The four fundamental cult traits of conventional universities are: 1. Behavior Control, 2. Information Control, 3.Thought Control, and 4. Emotional Control. Is this why the testimonials on the BX Website are repulsive?

Academia is broken, has become a meritocracy, and offers little meaningful hope for Lyme or most other serious pathologies, and you claim we should be worried that Dr. Smith went to Canterbury instead of Leiden? ASTONISHING!

Canterbury University Graduates crush conventional competition


A notorious individual called Webster Kehr is an agent for BX_Protocol.
   
Mr. Kehr has no direct affiliation with our protocol. However, he does run the largest information nonprofit in the integrative world (www.cancertutor.org) and is considered an authority on integrative treatments. He does advocate for the use of the BX, and is therefore a natural target of the Leiden team.


Dr. Smith is a felon and was arrested and we have posted his mug shots all over the internet.
   
This claim is false. Dr. Smith was “ticketed” in 2002 for protesting a beef and poultry contamination. The protest was aimed at a food chain and the USDA. When refusing to leave the property, he was written a ticket and released. This type of misdemeanor required a “mug shot” under plea in abeyance. NO ARREST NO CONVICTION. Dr. Smith offers no apologies and is very proud of his actions in this instance. In 2013 Dr. Smith was ticketed for target practicing on a gun range that had been the active gun range in the area for nearly 20 years. The new owner of the property requested that police start ticketing people if they came on the land. That is his right and Dr. Smith was more than happy to pay the fine. This was a misdemeanor trespassing charge and again under plea in abeyance, mug shots were required. NO ARREST NO CONVICTION.


Delta Institute and BX Protocol put patients into the grave.

The only two internet complaints that they could cite were from people that did not do the BX protocol at all. Two other cases that they cite (who did die) died while doing chemo therapy, and never complained once about the BX Protocol. Consider that 30% of Delta’s enrollments for cancer support are on hospice care. Conventional oncology has a 100% failure rate with that population. But Leiden cites 2 cases as a justification for Delta's destruction.


AN INTERESTING FACT:

a McGill Cancer Center survey which was cited in the book “Reclaiming Our Health”, written by John Robbins:

“75% of Americans diagnosed with cancer are said to receive chemotherapy treatment, which is of course suggested (and prescribed) by their oncologists…
BUT… 75% of oncologists also said that if they had cancer, they themselves would NOT use chemotherapy treatment.
                         
Can you say HYPOCRISY?

 
BX protocol and Energenetix purchases their technologies from China

The Leiden team attempts to represent that Energenetix buys cheap china technology and then resells it at 10 times the price. The reality is that Energenetix does purchase enclosure units from china in the interest of saving money for its clients. However all of the circuitry and research that goes into the “empty box” has originated from research conducted by seasoned engineers and researchers employed by Energenetix or related companies. The technologies are only available to certified affiliates or Delta members.   

While complaining about the cost of Energenetix's "non medical alternative technologies", which cost between 4-$12,000, Leiden offers no explanation for the fact that X-ray radiation therapy machines cost $3 million each, and all their good for is tumor promotion in the periphery. (A study conducted at the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center (UJCCC) describes how radiation treatments actually promote malignancy in cancer cells instead of eradication. read more)


 
Leiden Team Death Threats against BX founders and associates.
   
Within the intelligence community, the Leiden tactics are referred to as an “open mark”. The idea behind the open mark is to circulate the mark in open web format so that clandestine operatives can identify who they may want to target. This allows the dissident suppression team to separate their actions from covert actions aimed at “taking out the mark”.

Integrative practitioners have been the recent target of Big Pharma kill squads:

Holistic doctors found dead

29 holistic doctors poisoned


BX Protocol is involved in money laundering
   
False. Any company associated with the BX Protocol, like those listed by the Leiden team on their disinformation site, have fully audited financials and are legally compliant within their respective jurisdiction.


Claims against Bx supporters

Approximately 1600 fabrications, character assassinations, harassment, and a variety of defamation and personal attacks directed toward almost anyone mentioning the BX Protocol in a positive light, have been distributed. We do not feel the need to innumerate the details.

The attacks have been directed mostly toward integrative practitioners in about 12 of the 18 countries that Delta has affiliates in. Their attacks are based on distortion and falsehoods and have had the general effect of increasing support for those being attacked.   


Misc. Attacks

Many of the attacks are not worth listing due to their nature. The following would be considered “volume flushing”. They are meant to create a “perceived” effect that carries a derogatory impact on the BX Protocol through volume disinformation. Examples would include:

    Dr. Smith needing to go on a diet
    The BX Protocol website having spelling errors or edit changes
    Listing personal information (home addresses of delta employees, information on spouses and children, etc.)
    Web site registration logs, traffic tickets, company registration logs, logo design, employment adds, etc.

note: Current web-based disinformation volume= 1.5 million words (that equates to approximately 3000 pages. These guys are busy little bees!)


Again, the general effect is positive for our organization. Most people that enroll in our program are too smart to be fooled by the tactics thus employed. We have seen an increase in enrollments as a direct result of their campaign. Many conclude that if Leiden is suppressing on this level, then the Bx Protocol might be doing something right. If it didn’t work, it would not be a threat! 


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SarahKitty6

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Posted Feb 1     #3
i was curious when you guys would address this. I have been refitting their crap on Twitter for like 6 months. These guys are rude as hell, but I think your right about it actually doing more to help BX than anything. The Twitter ads are why my friend joined. Inf act Ill tell her to come post. Keep up the great work. Has made all the difference in the world for me and my family. I will be forever in your debt!!. Lyme free 18 months and counting!!
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Title: Re: Delta Institute @BX_Protocol infantile clown Dewayne Lee Smith + his mutterings
Post by: Thymian on February 03, 2016, 06:44:23 PM
http://www.bxprotocolforum.com/post/specific-attacks-against-bx-7907554

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Delta Institute and BX Protocol put patients into the grave.

The only two internet complaints that they could cite were from people that did not do the BX protocol at all. Two other cases that they cite (who did die) died while doing chemo therapy, and never complained once about the BX Protocol. Consider that 30% of Delta’s enrollments for cancer support are on hospice care. Conventional oncology has a 100% failure rate with that population. But Leiden cites 2 cases as a justification for Delta's destruction.

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Dewayne Lee Smith writes THAT! Imagine: he from the beginning admits there are 4 (FOUR) cases of death related with his shitty "treatments".

But Smith does not dare to even mention their names. Which means that there are a lot more corpses on the road, and Smith only gives the figure 4, so that anyone who knows about dead will be misled into assuming that the ones mentioned are the ones one knows about.

Next, Smith admits where he recruits his victims from: from one step next to the graveyard:

"Consider that 30% of Delta’s enrollments for cancer support are on hospice care."

These 30% (if that figure is true, and do note that Smith already admits a high percentage!) are patients who are about 100 percent to die within a short time. No treatment can save them anymore because the cancer is too far spread all over the body, and/or the cancer has reached and destroyed organs or even the brain.

Smith even admits the fact that these patients cannot be saved: "Conventional oncology has a 100% failure rate with that population."

Dewayne Lee Smith is a predator. He waits for this victims to show up and and then he picks the ones he selects, and this for some very important reasons. If a patient is surrounded by a corona of a large family this family will bring problems for Smith. So the preferred victim is a single, and old, and has a lot of money. These people die, and "dead men don't wear plaid", and they do not sue. Easy money...

Imagine someone has cancer, the scientific treatment has nothing more to save him because the cancer is too far and too deep in the body, death ahead in some months or weeks, what will such a patient do? He will beg, he will cry, he will whine to Smith, so that Smith pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease do give him the treatment. Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease!!!!!!! And Smith, reluctantly, very reluctantly, decides IF he - perhaps - will CONSIDER of EVENTUALLY giving this deadly patient the treatments. The patient is put under extreme psychical pressure: His life is at stake, his time is running out, and the life-saving treatment, the last straw, "Dr." Smith withholds it...! He will raise and raise his offers, will grab all the money he can get and even will borrow some, just to give it to the great "Dr." Dewayne Lee Smith.

What Smith commits is nothing but sadism.

Such poor patients also would eagerly agree to send the money to the Cayman Islands, of course. Worelia found such a case:

http://transgallaxys.com/~kanzlerzwo/index.php?topic=8773.msg20501#msg20501

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Dewayne Lee Smith is not only trying to avoid taxes, no, he is committing money laundering by false declarations and by money transfers to the Cayman Islands. Read this forum post:

http://www.myelomabeacon.com/forum/bx-protocol-delta-institute-t2692.html

Quote 1:
"we are reluctant based upon the instructions to wire transfer $ to the Cayman Islands"

Quote 1:
"I completely blame BX for my father's early death."
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Dewayne Lee Smith is in the USA. His address is well-known. He even appears in city planning commission meetings in Herriman, Utah:

http://transgallaxys.com/~kanzlerzwo/index.php?topic=8773.msg20514#msg20514

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Dewayne Lee Smith in person (?) showed up in a city planning meeting in Herriman in December 2015.

https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/herriman-agendas/2015-agendas/2015-planning-commission-minutes/2015_12_03.pdf

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HERRIMAN CITY PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING MINUTES
Thursday, December 3, 2015
Approved December 17, 2015
[...]

Dewayne Smith, 5686 W 12900 S, he mentioned being excited about having neighbors but was concerned about the road being too narrow because curb and gutter is needed. He felt worried about fires and the safety and welfare for those in the area. He would like to see the CC&R’s in regard to fencing, fire hydrants and lighting. He felt there needs to be more definitive information regarding the size of houses and fencing.
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These are official facts. Smith can not deny anything of that.

An other fact, and a vital one, is the matter of responsibility for death. If a patient is misled into believing that Smith's "treatment" works, this patient will eagerly avoid the so much feared chemo therapy, and will rely on Smith's offer. Patients who fall for this loose valuable time, time in which scientific medication could have saved their life. This is so in the case of Terri Taylor. 

Terri Taylor is one of the cancer patients who still could be alive today if she had not believed Dewayne Lee Smith and his lies. And she is one of many.

There is an army of dead...
Title: Re: Delta Institute @BX_Protocol infantile clown Dewayne Lee Smith + his mutterings
Post by: Thymian on February 03, 2016, 07:15:15 PM
One of the most stupid and most mind-boggling statements ever by Dewayne Lee Smith:

http://www.bxprotocolforum.com/post/specific-attacks-against-bx-7907554

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BX protocol and Energenetix purchases their technologies from China

The Leiden team attempts to represent that Energenetix buys cheap china technology and then resells it at 10 times the price. The reality is that Energenetix does purchase enclosure units from china in the interest of saving money for its clients. However all of the circuitry and research that goes into the “empty box” has originated from research conducted by seasoned engineers and researchers employed by Energenetix or related companies. The technologies are only available to certified affiliates or Delta members.


While complaining about the cost of Energenetix's "non medical alternative technologies", which cost between 4-$12,000, Leiden offers no explanation for the fact that X-ray radiation therapy machines cost $3 million each, and all their good for is tumor promotion in the periphery. (A study conducted at the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center (UJCCC) describes how radiation treatments actually promote malignancy in cancer cells instead of eradication. read more)
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Fact is: Smith sells devices which are developed and manufactured in China.

It is a fact. Smith expressis verbis admits it.

Worelia found his sources. In http://transgallaxys.com/~kanzlerzwo/index.php?topic=8773.msg20500#msg20500 she describes the devices and the offers.

Worelia: "Frozen and stored in the archive: https://archive.is/nmb33"

Screenshot:

(https://archive.today/nmb33/82303fb53a940d032b106f56aa6dce71f3bd2a72/scr.png)

https://archive.today/nmb33/82303fb53a940d032b106f56aa6dce71f3bd2a72/scr.png

That screenshot is showing what? It shows Dewayne Lee Smith's shop page http://www.myresearchstore.com/product-p/003.htm

(http://cdn3.volusion.com/kjqpg.nlmva/v/vspfiles/photos/003-2.gif)

http://cdn3.volusion.com/kjqpg.nlmva/v/vspfiles/photos/003-2.gif

Worelia: "This pictures Dewayne Smith stole from a dealer's web-site. The electric device is developed and manufactured in China and sold by dealers all over the world."


Sure is.

Also sure is this: Smith admits buying in China. But he covers up with this brain-dead excuse:

"The reality is that Energenetix does purchase enclosure units from china in the interest of saving money for its clients."


A look at the site of an Asian vendor shows this picture (and there are many of these pictures online in Asia!):

(http://image.made-in-china.com/44f3j00lEBtLsqGvYkW/High-Frequency-Electronic-Wave-Therapy-Machine-for-Cancer-Diabetes.jpg)

http://image.made-in-china.com/44f3j00lEBtLsqGvYkW/High-Frequency-Electronic-Wave-Therapy-Machine-for-Cancer-Diabetes.jpg


If Smith really would only buy enclosures in China, why then does he steal photos from Asian vendors of DEVICES? And why then do the photos which he stole show electronic circuitry and applicators (do note the golden looking thing with the cable attached to the front panel) and the readouts (see the digital readout in blue light!) of the CHINESE DEVICES, and not of his own, which he claims that he produces?

Dewayne Lee Smith is such a god-damned shitty dimwit of a fraud that he in public admits his frauds, and this in such a manner that all can see this at first sight.

What is his IQ? Below 65? You bet.
Title: Re: Delta Institute @BX_Protocol infantile clown Dewayne Lee Smith + his mutterings
Post by: Thymian on February 04, 2016, 12:31:46 PM

Frozen and stored in the archives: http://www.bxprotocolforum.com/post/specific-attacks-against-bx-7907554

http://archive.is/djoFK
Title: Re: Delta Institute @BX_Protocol infantile clown Dewayne Lee Smith + his mutterings
Post by: Omegafant on February 06, 2016, 01:26:03 PM
The fraud Dewayne Lee Smith, who walks over the corpses of his victims, whines because of a mug shot:

http://www.bxprotocolforum.com/post/specific-attacks-against-bx-7907554

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Dr. Smith is a felon and was arrested and we have posted his mug shots all over the internet.
   
This claim is false. Dr. Smith was “ticketed” in 2002 for protesting a beef and poultry contamination. The protest was aimed at a food chain and the USDA. When refusing to leave the property, he was written a ticket and released. This type of misdemeanor required a “mug shot” under plea in abeyance. NO ARREST NO CONVICTION. Dr. Smith offers no apologies and is very proud of his actions in this instance. In 2013 Dr. Smith was ticketed for target practicing on a gun range that had been the active gun range in the area for nearly 20 years. The new owner of the property requested that police start ticketing people if they came on the land. That is his right and Dr. Smith was more than happy to pay the fine. This was a misdemeanor trespassing charge and again under plea in abeyance, mug shots were required. NO ARREST NO CONVICTION.
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Wrong parking and other minor malaises of civilization of course are minor things. But the importance of the mug shots is their existence, giving a) a proof that Dewayne Lee Smith is registered in the law enforcement archives and b) show his photos.

This is Dewayne Lee Smith, the piece of shit who de facto murders cancer patients:

(http://www.transgallaxys.com/~aktenschrank/FILES_FOR_THE_FBI/WANTED__DEWAYNE_LEE_SMITH__UTAH_USA_1_800.jpg)




In the case of Todd David Mauer the importance is with the name, showing that "Todd DuMaurier" is a fake by the known criminal (see conviction for theft) with the real name Todd David Mauer.


(http://www.transgallaxys.com/~aktenschrank/FILES_FOR_THE_FBI/Convict_Todd_David_Mauer_alias_Rodd_DuMaurier_BX_protocol.jpg)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CYP_dvpWsAAse9f.jpg:large
Title: Dewayne Lee Smith, Linda Pendleton Smith, Todd David Mauer, don't say 'cheese'!
Post by: Omegafant on February 09, 2016, 11:03:31 AM
http://www.bxprotocolforum.com/post/specific-attacks-against-bx-7907554

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Delta Institute, working with INTERPOL and the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), ...
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Sure. By sitting on a chair for the mug shots by the police.  :P


(http://www.transgallaxys.com/~aktenschrank/FILES_FOR_THE_FBI/WANTED__DEWAYNE_LEE_SMITH__UTAH_USA_1_600.jpg)

Dewayne Lee Smith
http://www.transgallaxys.com/~aktenschrank/FILES_FOR_THE_FBI/WANTED__DEWAYNE_LEE_SMITH__UTAH_USA_1_800.jpg



(http://photos1.blogger.com/x/blogger/6227/1308/320/713145/HPIM0733.jpg)

Linda Pendleton Smith (?)
http://photos1.blogger.com/x/blogger/6227/1308/320/713145/HPIM0733.jpg



(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CYP_dvpWsAAse9f.jpg)

Todd David Mauer
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CYP_dvpWsAAse9f.jpg:large
Title: Re: Delta Institute @BX_Protocol infantile clown Dewayne Lee Smith + his mutterings
Post by: GdGy on August 23, 2016, 06:15:52 PM
A more recent photo of "Dr" Dewayne Lee Smith in Utah, posted March 2016 ...

(http://transgallaxys.com/~aktenschrank/FILES_FOR_THE_FBI/2c7ed9ca209cc7c89010e48d452550c528ef47ff.jpeg)

http://archive.li/thUnK/2c7ed9ca209cc7c89010e48d452550c528ef47ff
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10208716301855284

Reworking another old-scam.

At 2:10 and the following seconds listen carefully. He FIRST says "energy-1", and then corrects himself to "bx-1".

Back in 2011 Dewayne's cure-all was called "VX-1" energy catalyst  ...


[Image fixed, VROUWENPOWER!]
Title: Re: Delta Institute @BX_Protocol infantile clown Dewayne Lee Smith + his mutterings
Post by: GdGy on August 24, 2016, 01:54:41 AM
Credit where it is due : Dewayne Lee Smith , [a/k/a "Dash Ventura"], can carry a tune ...
https://youtu.be/XKcnPtRqWcc?list=PL0i2qLgc7uAE6_MCzbkb4DRHsWxGptWOA