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The Blank Incident

By S.C.Stone All Rights Reserved ©

Scifi / Mystery

The Investigation Proceedings

The following interviews, comments and reviews have been transcribed from video footage for the benefit of the United States Government. None of the information used in the transcribed material should be distributed to a third party. Any attempt to violate this law will result in the detention of the person or persons involved, and if found guilty, any evidence obtained will be seized and/or destroyed. All material is property of the United States Government.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has been examining the evidence obtained from a videotape that captured the incident that occurred on Sunday 4th of October 2015. This incident resulted in the deaths of 287 people. The supposed perpetrator of this incident is a man named Harrison Jepp. The FBI's ongoing investigation into the incident includes interviews of persons present at the time of the incident and prior to it, as well as persons who came into contact with the suspect, and possible colluders with him prior to the attack.

The information in these transcripts are classified, and should only be observed by Agents Philip Stanton and Alison Kramer; Chief Salaman Khan; Director Sean North of the FBI, and primarily the President of the United States.

The details included in the last news report is still undergoing investigation.


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