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Am I Making A Donation to the Bernie Sanders Conspiracy or Presidential Campaign


CLEVELAND, OHIO – April 21, 2019 — So far, the presidential candidacy race for the Democratic Party appear most favorable for Sen. Bernard Sanders (I-VT), who raised enough money this year in political contributions to purchase a new private jet, rather than renting one as he does in the present. Ironically, Sanders’ new micro-millionaire status, that was purportedly obtained through recent book sales revenue, raised brows to question exactly where is the Bernie Sanders campaign donor monies going. A sensible person may stop to consider whether or not their donation is going to the Bernie Sanders Presidential Campaign; or did they just make a donation to a Bernie Sanders conspiracy fund.

The new found wealth derived from the marketing and sales of the self-promoted Bernie Sanders hard cover and downloadable publication (about himself; not his political views, or why he would make a good president) are not the only Team Bernie Sanders campaign fund issues in question. In addition to two holiday homes, two Federal lawsuits at the U.S. district courts of Delaware and Oregon entered on their dockets a legal notice filed by civil rights lobbyist (now political prisoner) Cary Lee Peterson that appears to summarize the entire “Garvey-Peterson Ordeal” (the alleged Bernie Sanders lawsuits) from ‘A’ to ‘Z’; how it started in 2012 with Garvey client, BAS Broadcasting Ohio owner ["T.K."] and New Jersey securities attorney Gregg Jaclin, to the present state, which has his bail and appeal motions in a holding-pattern at the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Curiously, the Court of Appeals in Philadelphia and the New Jersey federal courthouses with pending “GPO” cases and ‘preserved claims of clerical errors’ (that resulted in Peterson’s imprisonment) have not entered the legal notices on “Public Interest” duly submitted (under “Rule 201″), despite it appearing to be sent to them at the same time it was sent to U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the Senate Judiciary Committee, Attorney General William Barr, and the U.S. courthouses with pending civil suits on relative matters in Delaware and Oregon that did enter the legal notice on the ECF docket system [see PACER court records].

Hence, the ‘Garvey-Peterson Ordeal’ (referred to as “GPO”) legal notice from Super PAC Man Cary Peterson was a follow-up to a more detailed ‘Notice for Writ of Mandamus’ (with clear-and-cut exhibits on “Garvey” claims) filed with the U.S. Supreme Court and U.S. Court of Appeals last month. The recent legal notice from Peterson was addressed to a dozen federal “tribunals”, which included the U.S. Supreme Court, the Office of Information Policy and Professional Responsibility, and Senate Judiciary Committee. Appropriately, Peterson entitled the legal brief “Pertinent Facts Notice on Public Interest…” of nearly a dozen pending legal actions in Federal courts and on The Hill relative to a hate-crime, conspiracy, libel and defamation tort, a ‘blocked’ and classified personal FBI FOIA report (on Peterson), and malicious prosecution commissioned by Sanders’ campaign attorney Brad Deutsch of Garvey Schubert Barer, who was paid with Sanders’ campaign funds to administer a series of [almost] clandestine acts to manufacture and fabricate “Federal charges” against Peterson with the help of “virtual representatives” who are employees of non-partisan media outlets and [even-more-frightening] the U.S. Justice Department, according to lawsuit claims and supporting evidence on record with the courts. Meanwhile, Peterson remains in prison awaiting appeal, relentlessly filing his own Federal [civil] charges against Sanders and privy accomplices that are slowly being discovered as the days and months pass.

Nonetheless, Sanders and his Democratic henchmen continue to interfere with the Super PAC Man’s motion for bail pending appeal and the movement on civil suits for extreme tort; all which could be easily resolved with a single day in court to hear testimonies from Christopher Day, Gregg Jaclin, Thomas Klein, Brad Deutsch, (former U.S. Attorney, now private attorney) Paul J. Fishman; and everyone else that U.S. District Court Judge Anne E. Thompson barred from testifying at Peterson’s trial in Trenton, New Jersey this time a year ago; while allowing two assistant U.S. attorneys a big budget to fly-in and provide five-star accommodations (tax-payer’s expense) for fourteen government witnesses that included foreign ministers, U.N. officials, and African diplomats.

Ironically, one of the government’s witnesses from an EDGAR filing agency in New Jersey stated that Peterson ‘did not submit any SEC filings to the best of his knowledge’, contrary to the government’s criminal charges of his conviction; additionally, two U.N. officials testified at trial that Peterson was in-fact involved with the United Nations; and at Peterson’s sentencing last December, Judge Thompson concludes her adjudication at Peterson’s sentencing by stating for the record that ‘true, no evidence was found that Peterson derived any proceeds from securities fraud…but he potential could have’. More recently, a motion filed by one of Peterson’s attorneys confronted the several motion filed at the court of appeals in Philadelphia, stating that Peterson had repeatedly disclosed that he wished to proceed ‘pro se’ under his Sixth Amendment right to self-representation and that they wished to immediately withdraw from the appeal case (more likely to prevent being added to the Fed civil suit in Oregon).

Sadly, the appellate court clerk’s run-around on the Peterson bail motion (pending appeal) filed in February resembles a stale-mate game of chess, where a sore-loser refuses to throw in the cards to accept the fact that checkmate on him is destine, no matter how much he stalls ‘the brutal end’ – very similar to the prior stall tactics used by Bernie Sanders on disclosure of his recent tax returns; or why “Crazy Bernie” kept spending (and accepting) 2016 presidential campaign monies after losing the Primary Election to Clinton, rather than returning the funds or donating remaining funds to other candidates in your political party who made it to the General Election.

The Garvey-Peterson Ordeal has raised a new light to misappropriation of campaign funds. Defamation campaigns and media controversy in politics is nothing new; neither are political scandals. However, accepting donor dollars from the public and using them to finance political ambushes (aided and abetted by the Justice Department) on minority lobbyists and illegally organized arrests on civil rights activists who may have ‘called-out’ a politician for condemning Super PAC campaigning; and yet hypocritically dipping into Super PAC money for their own benefit [i.e., Act Blue] is a big red flag to the voting community and general public. Consequently, this type of unconstitutional behavior mirrors that disorganized antics that many people have scrutinized mirrors the disorganized ‘jackass party’ antics that many people have scrutinized. If not careful, the Democratic Party’s leading presidential hopeful Sanders may give “Sleepy Joe Bidden” a shoe-in at the Primary Election next year, and effortlessly lead to President Donald Trump’s re-election in November 2020.

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[1]   Cary Lee Peterson v. Garvey Shubert Barer, Case No. 18-CV-14649-BRM (3rd Cir. U.S., N.J. 2018);
[2]  United States v. Cary Lee Peterson, Case No. 3:16-CR-00230-AET (3rd Cir. U.S., N.J. 2016);
[3]  United States v. Peterson, Appeals Docket No. 19-1093 (3rd Cir.);
[4]  Cary Lee Peterson v. Federal Public Defender Office of New Jersey, et al., Case No. 3:2019-CV-00436 (9th Cir. U.S., Oregon, March 25, 2019)

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Bernie Sanders Conspiracy Against Super PAC Man Hits Supreme Court

Bernie Sanders Conspiracy Against Super PAC Man Hits Supreme Court


Brussels, Belgium – March 26, 2019 - The U.S. Court of Appeals in Philadelphia docket entered a copied filing for a ‘mandamus’ action, filed with the U.S. Supreme Court by lobbyist Cary Lee Peterson, subsequent to him being tangled in an inextricable political scandal involving 2020 U.S. Presidential Election candidate, Senator Bernie Sanders and his attorney “Garvey”, and several “virtual representatives” (alleged employed by United States Justice Department) who are defendants of Federal lawsuits for tort and conspiracy filed in New Jersey and Oregon by the Super PAC Man- Peterson, now a political prisoner at the same prison camp as the notorious Black Mafia Family leader Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory.

Peterson, a civil rights activist who worked as a lobbying registrant at U.S. Congress addressed his ‘Notice of Mandamus’ action to Associate Chief Justice Brett Kavanaugh of the United States Supreme Court on March 13, 2019. In the filing, Peterson recapitulated relative legal issues in a “consolidated’ notice, including a compelling argument on several acts of conspiracy and tort allegedly commissioned by Sen. Bernie Sanders and his campaign team attorney, Brad Deutsch of Garvey Shubert Barer (a law firm in Washington, D.C.), who assembled a mob of “associates” to take down Peterson following an office rumor (started by a Garvey client in Ohio) of allegations on Peterson’s “nonevent” involving a penny stock company, followed by hearsay from an internet political rag a few years later- reckless antics boiled by egos and prejudice, that turned a mere misunderstanding between business friends, lawyers, and politicians into a nonfiction version of 90′s motion-picture ‘Enemy of the State’.


The court filing from Peterson notes multiple legal actions working through the American federal court system in the Third Circuit (including his pending appeal) that have exhausted a significant amount of the U.S. courts’ time and resources—all funded on the labor of U.S. taxpayers, who had unknowingly participated in a political witch-hunt that appears to be ‘stale mate’ situation between Peterson and Sanders, according to claims in the Garvey civil complaint.

Hence, evidence from the initial Garvey lawsuit made it quite evident that Sanders’ attorney Brad Deutsch (owner of Garvey law firm) was indeed the person who ordered the ambush on lobbyist Cary Lee Peterson- causing the snowball effect that landed him in prison last December- inferred by a leaked email from Garvey client “T.K.”, who said two times that “Garvey S[c]hubert” and one his associates “filed the Federal charges” against Peterson. In addition, Peterson states in the Garvey suit that Sanders abused his political official status to pay his attorney Deutsch with political donor funds to commission duress, tort, and conspiracy against him and his political clients- aided and abetted by government and judicial officials to order a criminal prosecution, which made the Garvey lawsuit against Sanders’ virtual representatives (Cary Lee Peterson v. Garvey Shubert Barer, et al.) the unofficial counter-suit to United States v. Cary Lee Peterson.


Ironically, the Bernie Sanders conspiracy allegations in the Garvey lawsuits and ‘Super PAC Man’ appeal case came to light as a collective filing with the U.S. District Court (of the Ninth Circuit), Court of Appeals, and Supreme Court no sooner than Mueller Report on The Hill received adjudication from the U.S. Attorney General Barr that appears to bring temporary relief favorable to U.S. President Donald J. Trump and the Trump Administration.

Unlike America’s President Trump, the 2020 presidential incumbent that promoted ‘making American great again’ in his first presidential election campaign, the Bernie Sanders conspiracy claims in the Garvey lawsuits infer that Sanders is capable of extreme totalitarianistic acts that resemble those of [the late] Cuban President Fidel Castro, who several Cuban-Americans concur was an extreme communist that illegally imprisoned and tortured civilians who revolted against his politics; or anyone in civil society that Castro particularly did not like for whatever reason.

Previously, Sanders has been scrutinized for using campaign funds for holiday homes and private jet expenditures. Nonetheless, the claims against him of allegedly disserving the community, are far-worse than anything President Trump has been accused of committing before or after he became U.S. President in 2017.


The Garvey case disclosure would seem a tidbit flimsy if the evidence submitted had not been laid-out such concise illustrations of the claims against “Garvey” and “John Doe” (acting of behalf of Sanders). Consequently, Garvey case infers key facts that the 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders had commissioned tort and conspiracy against Peterson, and was able to do so with the use of funds from his political campaign fund to finance a personal (non-political) attack against Peterson, who rubbed him the wrong way in one way or another.

1. Evidence filed with the Federal courts infer that a non-governmental attorney (“Garvey”) used an “associate” to file “Federal charges” against Peterson- only a Federal judge or attorney are legally capable of filing charges of any kind against a private civilian pursuant to Federal Criminal Rules on Procedures ["Rule 3"].

2. Evidence filed with the Federal courts infer that Garvey (and “Fed” associates; the FBI and the SEC) knew that Peterson was never the “CEO” of the said penny stock company [deal 'gone south']. Whereas, they continued to seek “malicious prosecution” against him, several months after obtaining the ‘Jaclin bank statements’, Delaware corporate records, Federal charges surfaced against New Jersey securities attorney Gregg Jaclin (in California), and the SEC adjudicated a sanction order against the real CEO of RVPlus, Inc.

3. Evidence filed with the Federal courts infer that Garvey was paid by Sanders with political donor funds. Thus, Sanders’ attorney Brad Deutsch made comment to Center for Public Integrity in March 2016, a day after Peterson’s airport arrest. The media public referred to Deutsch of Garvey Shubert Barer as general counsel for the Bernie Sanders 2016 presidential campaign committee, which would elude that “Garvey” (who provided a nonchalant remark to CPI, that ‘he was “not at all surprised” of Peterson arrest’) was paid from donor contribution funds from Bernie Sanders 2016, Inc.


The crux of the ‘Peterson-Sanders Ordeal’ legal action involves the leaking of “Blue Sheet” data (see Blue Sheets Bank Leak Crisis) involving two Assistant U.S. Attorneys in New Jersey who illegally used personal and confidential banking data from FINRA in efforts to enhance prosecution against Peterson, leading to the court’s decision of over four years of Federal imprisonment, opposed to a lower criminal offense level that would have imposed no imprisonment, and could be appealed for full exoneration of criminal charges in the court of appeals while on supervised release. The evidence submitted by Peterson, now docketed as [restricted] court records, sharply illustrate how the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New Jersey received thousands of bank records from FINRA which enclosed complete tax identification numbers, bank account numbers, stock trading activity, and full account holder names and contact addresses of over 150 individuals and businesses who were customers of dozens of American banks and securities brokerage firms.

The disturbing part about the Blue Sheet [data] bank leak crisis is that it happened among the New Jersey Department of Corrections and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons, where lobbyist Peterson was detained while awaiting sentencing last year. According to court records, Peterson had received the unredacted Blue Sheet “data” from his attorney (as post-conviction evidence that the government did not present to the court until November; six months after the jury trial) while detained in a New Jersey prison- the highly confidential, unsecured “data” was originally sent to Peterson’s attorney by Assistant U.S. Attorney Ari Fontecchio via email on November 1, 2018.

Peterson’s claims to the court are that there were no personal privacy waivers or court orders for subpoenas granted by the U.S. District Court of New Jersey, or any court to permit legal access, possession, and transmission of the unredacted personal bank records from several financial institutions and their banking customers for use in a criminal action- making FINRA’s production of the Blue Sheet data a criminal offense according to U.S. federal laws “18 U.S.C. 1028″, “18 U.S.C. 3″, and a violation to U.S. federal criminal procedures under “Rule 49.1″, ‘Rule 26.2″, and “Rule 12.4″.

More importantly, the antics displayed by Bernie Sanders and his governmental goons raise a substantial question of fact in regards of public interest; in Layman’s terms: The unsecured “Blue Sheet” bank customer data leaked into the U.S. prison system is a jackpot for criminals who have the likelihood to create a national security threat to economy- a wide spread crisis of identify theft and bank fraud among hundreds of businesses and individuals whose vital records were illegally allocated among the hands of persons in the U.S. government and courts, FINRA; and worse- the American prison system.

Peterson first raised the Blue Sheet data issue while pleading for a motion for an injunction at his sentencing hearing last December. Upon judicial permission granted, Peterson handed a copy of the unredacted Blue Sheet data to U.S. District Court Senior Judge Anne E. Thompson (85) for review. The judge was in such ‘wow’ of the document given to her by Peterson, that she interrupted his ‘pro se’ oral pleading for the injunction motion (regarding the same unredacted Blue Sheet data), leading to a lengthy judicial-chamber meeting between the Judge Thompson, two AUSAs, and Peterson’s attorney- which subsequently resulted with an abrupt order from Thompson prohibiting Peterson from ‘pro se’ pleading (under oath) of his [still pending] “Motion for Injunctive and Declaratory Relief” (after handing the unredacted “data” back to Peterson). Thereafter, Thompson sentenced Peterson to fifty-four months of imprisonment, despite her concurring with Peterson’s attorney Eric Marcy, that ‘no evidence of Peterson obtaining net proceeds from securities fraud existed’ (“but potentially could have”).

Overall, Peterson’s litigation against “Garvey” and Friends [indirectly against Bernie Sanders] in the U.S. courts aim at context on public policy and interest; including abuse of judicial resources and political contribution campaigns to finance an [almost] clandestine hate-crime against a ‘congressional lobbyist’ who was merely exercising his Freedom of Speech rights under the Constitution; legitimate formation of political action committees (PACs) registered with the Federal Election Commission that just so happens to accept celebrity donations from everyone from Grammy Award winning artists to an British-American actor who played the character “James Bond”, which was what ignited the media controversy flame on Peterson in 2015- compiled with manufactured charges on Peterson, who formerly had ‘bet on Bernie’ in the past as an “Indie” Party supporter- giving new meaning to ‘feel the burn’.

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[1]   Cary Lee Peterson v. Garvey Shubert Barer, Case No. 18-CV-14649-BRM (3rd Cir. U.S., N.J. 2018);
[2]  United States v. Cary Lee Peterson, Case No. 3:16-CR-00230-AET (3rd Cir. U.S., N.J. 2016);
[3]  United States v. Peterson, Appeals Docket No. 19-1093 (3rd Cir.);
[4]  Cary Lee Peterson v. Federal Public Defender Office of New Jersey, et al., Case No. 3:2019-CV-00436 (9th Cir. U.S., Oregon, March 25, 2019)

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Lobbyist Sues Sen. Sanders' Attorney for Conspiracy & Tort #BernieBenedict #FreeSuperPACMan

Lobbyist Sues Sen. Sanders’ Attorney for Conspiracy & Tort

December 5th, 2018 – Bernie Sanders, the 2016 Democratic Party Presidential hopeful, shocked not only his core Democrat supporters but the opposition as well when he purchased a not-so-modest summer home on the shores of Lake Champlain. That acquisition effectively contradicts the principals that Bernie, 74, has stood for all his political career. Sen. Sanders has build a ravenous reputation as the champion advocate for the mostly disparaged 99%. That revelation begs the all-too important question: What on earth then is the ever-aggrieved senator doing by choosing to live next-door to the American elite, or the 1%?

UPDATE – December 21st Article:

According to Vanity Fair, Bernie and Jane Sanders had to sell-off their erstwhile family home in Maine to raise the $600K price tag for the four-bedroom summer home. Vanity Fair went on to reiterate the fact that, Bernie now owns 3 posh homes. The other properties are in Washington, D.C. and, in his home state, Vermont.

Bernie Feels the Burn

As expected, that news sparked off a huge storm in the mainstream media and in Capitol Hill. Bernie’s critics didn’t waste a moment to vilify the so-called, ‘working-class-champion’ for being a downright pretender and an outright hypocrite. In 2016, Bernie won the hearts and admiration of millions of American voters with his unrelenting stance on the urgent need to address the ever-rising income inequalities in the U.S. that mantra indeed defined his voter rallying call with the masses.

Bernie also caught the attention of many dissenting republican voters and critics alike. The latter groups argued that provided you, as an American, do your business within the legal confines of the law, then there ought to be no cap whatsoever on the amount of wealth you can amass. After all, that is the basis on which Capitalism got founded.

Tax Returns
Despite being a veteran politician who has been a permanent feature on the American Senate for ages, Bernie comes off as a modest person. As of 2014, the Sanders are on record having earned a combined total of $205,617. The senator earned $174K and the wife, Jane, pocketed the modest difference in 2014. Going by those earnings totals, Bernie Sanders one of the least wealthy people in the Senate.

The debates on how much conservatives like Bernie earned from Super PACs quickly dissipated after President Trump won and ascended to the Oval office. The news of Bernie purchasing a third house, however, reignited that contentious topic and Bernie’s critics were back baying for more blood.

Twitter Typo

The Senator’s PR nightmares were just getting warmed up. Soon after, and in a deliberate attempt to save face, Bernie sent out a Twitter message with a near-catastrophic typo. The Twitter message Bernie sent out insinuated that billionaires could have it all. The reformer quickly corrected the typo adding that billionaires can’t have it all, but by then the damage was already done and Twitter was having a field day.

Bernie In Trouble

The American Civil Rights Movement didn’t want to be left out of the controversy facing the popular (“Independent Party Senator”) purporting to be a Democrat for the nomination and lucrative benefits which started with ActBlue Super PAC for the Presidential Candidacy nomination.

Senate lobbyist, Cary Lee Peterson went to the United States District Court of New Jersey in October 2018 and filed a lawsuit against Garvey Schubert Barer, a law firm on the The Hill owned by Sanders’ general council, Brad Deutsch.

In the lawsuit, Peterson, claimed that this U.S. Senator, who was previously vehemently opposed to political contributions from big corporations (and the Billionaire class) while running for the Presidency is guilty of abuse and misconduct that disserved political donors and “public interest” due to improper use of campaign funds to finance Tort & Conspiracy against him through his attorney and other saboteurs – of which some may in fact work for the Justice Department.

Thus, the “federal charges” filed on Peterson in 2016 resulted in two years of house arrest hell, $200,000 bail, and almost 12 months in jail (at Monmouth County Jail in Saint Elsewhere, New Jersey) via malicious prosecution against the “Super PAC Man” for frivolous charges that had nothing to do with politics, or “James Bond” whatsoever.

The powerful civil rights lobbyist claims that the senator’s attorney, Deutsch, was way out of order and that he had indeed violated a number of Constitutional Rights, as well as state laws on conspiracy and duress which are now on the desk of the New Jersey Attorney General according to the Garvey suit.

Consequently, “the secret” of who was responsible for the clandestine [sabotage acts] to make lobbyist Peterson a non-person like Will Smith’s character in the popular Hollywood movie from the 90’s, Enemy of the State was leaked in an email chain among Garvey’s client (“TK”), a private investigator, and three other attorneys.

The email ironically landed in Peterson’s inbox nearly a year after he had been arrested at an airport by the FBI for past affiliation with a penny stock company involving two of Garvey’s clients, and New Jersey attorney Gregg Jaclin who was wanted by the Feds for securities fraud.

“TK” knew Peterson from a prior non eventful penny stock deal that ‘went south’ due to the New Jersey attorney and his accomplice in Utah according to the “leaked email” that are supported by records on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission and lawsuits filed in Delaware and Ohio regarding the aforesaid prior non-event.

In Layman’s terms: much like popular 90’s flick, Enemy of the State, ironically similar to the Peterson – Garvey – Sanders Affair mentioned here, a shystie congressman maliciously abuses his political pass by sending Feds after a D.C. lawyer who inadvertently came into contact with a legal associate who had dirt on the fictional politician. However, in this non-fictional instance (similar to the popular 90’s movie) Sanders appears to have confused socialism with totalitarianism, since it is illegal to use your political clout and campaign fund [attorney] to launch a witch hunt on another political figure that you dislike; including calling up your buddies at the Justice Department to file frivolous criminal charges against him for securities fraud committed by two other guys that Garvey’s client sued two years prior for a non-eventful merger-acquisition attempt.

Sadly, Colonel Sanders’ totalitarian feeblemindedness may result in he and his injudicious “associates” feeling the burn for this one.  Unlike the movie, Bernie Benedict didn’t launch a preposterous manhunt against an enemy of [any] state in this case – he plotted a conspiracy against a real civil rights lobbyist for Congress, who had ties to the real life “007”, a governor-cousin of a Pacific island bigger than the state of Vermont, a diplomat with a confirmed history with the United Nations, and diplomatic ties with four of the most dangerous countries on the planet; Nigeria, Haiti, Liberia and Albania according to court records, which is probably also on Peterson’s personal FBI report that is currently under investigation for mysteriously being ‘classified’.

Lastly, not to forget was notoriously give a nickname, “Super PAC Man” on The Hill, named after a popular 80’s classic video game character who snacked on ghouls that were chasing him down and constantly trying to f*** with him while he was on a conquest – or in this matter simply exercising his First Amendment right to freedom of speech and political expression. Overall, Sanders’ Camp have some serious explaining to do since Sanders’ presidential campaign attorney, Brad Deutsch told Center for Public Integrity in March 2016 upon Peterson’s arrest at San Francisco International airport that he was “not at all surprised” by the news of Peterson’s arrest – which, is contrary to the “leaked email” that confirms (twice) that he himself was the reason why Peterson was arrested and had “federal charges” filed on Peterson in the first place.

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