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Elvis, Wayne Newton, and Letters
06-04-2013, 08:11 PM #1
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It's so bizarre it's as if it was made up13.gif

Authorities now believe that it wasn’t an Elvis impersonator who mailed a letter tainted with the poison ricin to President Obama — it was a Wayne Newton impersonator.
James Everett Dutschke, 41, was denied bond Monday on a charge of making and possessing a biological weapon.
He said little in court.

“I’m a patriotic American. I don’t have any grudges against anybody,” Dutschke said last week. “I did not send the letters.”

One commentator has my same sentiment...

Within 72 hours the FBI was certain the culprit was Paul Kevin Curtis! He was ar5rested and taken into custody. a warrant was obtained and his home and vehicle searched.

For days the media posted story after story about Paul Kevin Curtis and his lengthily history in mailing letters to members of Congress and state officials.

Now the FBI would have us believe it is James Everett Dutschke who is the culprit.

Why should we believe that?

FBI..."We got our man!"

Duh! No you arrested the wrong man.

F umbling
B looming
I diots

Maybe Wayne will sing like a canary...





I don't think the FBI is saying danke shoen or are they...this whole scenario is made up imo. To fuel the need for domestic terror control and tolerance of an increasingly out in the open military police force.

Think about this. Wayne Newton had a famous song called "the letter."

I read this story and wondered if anyone knows anything about it, is it true ?

"The story goes that in his last engagement at the (Las Vegas) Hilton in December 1976, Elvis kept a pad by his bed, and wrote down his thoughts," Newton says. "This one night, he wrote especially personal thoughts, then crumpled it up and threw it away."
Wayne Newton says an aide retrieved the note after he saw Elvis throw it away. "When I asked the contents of it" Newton says, "I was so moved that I purchased it." The lyrics?
I feel so alone sometimes. The night is quiet for me. I'd love to be able to sleep. I am glad that everyone is gone now. I'll probably not rest. I have no need for all this. Help me, Lord.
Newton wrote his own song called, "The Letter". In it he sings his own lines -- "As I awake again today, the pain won't go away" -- but speaks the entire contents of Elvis' letter.
"It reflects a man reaching to the ultimate for help. Once I digested it and got over the shock, I realized that is was feelings that I, too, had had at times," he says. "I realized -- that kind of loneliness creeps into everybody's life." [USA Today, April 17, 1992, p. 2D]

The song lyrics are-

One more phone call from a friend
Just to say how hard it’s been
How their hopes and dreams have scattered
With the wind
They don’t see that I’m there too
How it breaks my heart in two
Just to make it through this night’s all I can do

Help me Lord
I need the sun to drive away
The shadows in my mind
Help me Lord
I need someone to guide me
When the path is hard to find
Even though the crowd surrounds me
I’m still standing all alone
When I know I can’t go on
Help me Lord

As I awake again today
And my pain won’t go away
And the face I have to wear
Shows a smile
Now my nights are so alone
I just wish I could go home
I don’t know if I can make it another mile

Help me Lord
I need the sun to drive away
The shadows in my mind
Please help me Lord
I need someone to guide me
When the path is hard to find
Even though the crowd surrounds me
I’m still standing all alone
When I know I can’t go on
Help me Lord

I feel so alone sometimes
The night is quiet for me
I’d love to be able to sleep
I am glad that everyone is gone now
I’ll probably not rest tonight
I have no need for all of this
Help me Lord

Help me Lord
I need the sun to drive away
The shadows in my mind
Please help me Lord
I need someone to guide me
When the path is hard to find
Even though the crowd surrounds me
God I am so all alone
When I know I can’t go on
Help me Lord

Won’t you come and take me home
Help me Lord

Another Psyop. No Danke Shoen.

http://www.contactmusic.com/news-article...ate-letter
06-04-2013, 08:36 PM #2
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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rofl.gif I bet Ronald McDonald was an accomplice here. Geeze, this is the silliest thing I've ever heard.

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