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Q Anon Fingers the Standard Hotel and Adam Schiff

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Q Anon Fingers The Standard Hotel and

Adam Schiff

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The mysterious Qanon has been doing “intel drops” for months. In one of the more recent posts, California Democrat Adam Schiff is linked to alleged criminal activity at the Standard Hotel and a recent Newport Beach, CA helicopter crash. Do available facts support these allegations? What Big Eyes You Have returns to take us down the Standard Hotel rabbit hole. Become a Sponsor of Crowdsource the Truth



First hint

Jan 31 2018 21:22:52
ID: 187fba
Newport Beach.
Hotel GM.
What happened @ those hotels?

u/DeplorableNYPatriot points to Kimberly Lynn Watzman who was GM at The Standard Hotel.

Q does say hotels, and at least one other victim was involved in the hotel business at a senior level.

Hint 2

Jan 31 2018 21:39:44
ID: 6f3736
What happened @ hotel?
What is [AS] attempting right now?
Favor repaid.

Here AS is Schiff for brains who is now Schiff in his pants. He is attempting to block the release of the memo and, failing that discredit it. As for what happened @ hotel? An anon knows the answer.

Hint 3

Jan 31 2018 21:43:30 Anonymous ID: cad939 230019

229941 some incident with Adam SHIT happened at a hotel and was covered up. He is repaying the favor by trying to cover this up. Anons, we are looking for a death cover-up of AS doing

Jan 31 2018 21:46:51  
ID: 6f3736  
How ‘they’ control those they need.  
One recent example.  
Relevant today.  


Hint 4

Jan 31 2018 21:55:26 Anonymous ID: 4c1b8d 230252

229941 Pedo ring human trafficking at hotel, Adam shiftys district, he knew, he’s trying to cut a deal cause he knows he’s grass.

Jan 31 2018 22:00:51  
ID: 6f3736  
The intel just dropped is bigger than you can imagine.  

And BOOM, there it is!

And now for a bonus round!

u/SRX17a provides this link and points out that [G]emmel [M]oore was the victim and the article contains a picture of [A]dam [S]chiff with two other men: Ed Buck, at whose house Gemmel Moore was found and California Dem. Party Chair Eric C. Baum.

Ed Buck was a top Democratic party donor, donating at all levels of government. He also lead the impeachment of Az Governer Mecham. Ed Buck was accussed of bringing young black men back to his house and having them take large doses of drugs, the more they took the more he paid them. This is what caused Moore’s death.

Eric C. Baum is gay. Normally that doesn’t matter, but in the context of above, that should raise some eyebrows.

So what do you think Buck, Baum, and Schiff are talking about in that picture?



WOW!!! QAnon posts are saying people killed in today’s heli crash were involved in a pedo ring and that Congressman Adam Schiff is involved! (pizzagate)

submitted 7 days ago by Scirel

So I’ll try to put this together:

All the posts can be easily seen here

There was a helicopter crash today in Newport Beach. This article has this to say about two of the dead:

The victims were: Joseph Anthony Tena, 60, of Newport Beach; Kimberly Lynne Watzman, 45, of Santa Monica; and Brian R. Reichelt, 56, of Hollywood, Florida.

Watzman and Reichelt were both employed with The Standard chain of boutique hotels, which has locations in West Hollywood and downtown Los Angeles, a company spokesperson confirmed.

QAnon says this was relevant in this drop: Helicopter. CRASH. Newport Beach. Hotel GM. What happened @ those hotels? Q

An anon figured out who died, then Q posted What happened @ hotel? [AS] What is [AS] attempting right now? Favor repaid. Q

Then an anon replied “some incident with Adam SHIT happened at a hotel and was covered up. He is repaying the favor by trying to cover this up. Anons, we are looking for a death cover-up of AS doing”

To which Q replied How ‘they’ control those they need. One recent example. Relevant today. Learn. Q

Then another anon replied to this, “Pedo ring human trafficking at hotel, Adam shiftys district, he knew, he’s trying to cut a deal cause he knows he’s grass.”

To which Q finally replied The intel just dropped is bigger than you can imagine. Q

Oh my goodness. Oh my goodness. Oh my goodness. Oh my goodness.

Looks like sitting top congressman involved in a pedo ring. Wow. Just wow.

Fiat justitia


L.A.’s Standard Hotel owner charged with

chemical dumping.

Pool workers poured large amounts of chlorine and acid down a rooftop drain, prosecutors say, causing a gas cloud in a nearby Metro station. Officials initially suspected terrorism.

January 31, 2009|Scott Glover

For a few terrifying moments in the early morning hours of the recent Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, authorities in Los Angeles were concerned that terrorists had launched an attack in a downtown subway station.

Several people had been overcome by a cloud of noxious gas, causing at least two of them to begin vomiting and a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy to experience a burning sensation in his eyes and lungs.

But hazardous-materials teams were unable to find the source of the gas in the Metro station at 7th and Figueroa streets, so fears of terrorism began to fade. Ultimately, investigators determined that the toxic cloud was chlorine gas emanating from a storm catch basin two blocks away.

The culprit, prosecutors allege, was not some scary extremist group, but the owner of The Standard, a trendy downtown hotel with a reputation for celebrity sightings and a rooftop swimming pool.

Hotel maintenance workers initially admitted pouring a small amount of chlorine down a rooftop drain. But investigators did not believe that would have accounted for the noxious cloud. An FBI agent, who specializes in environmental crimes and who is known for her pit bull-like tenacity, conducted follow-up interviews in which employees eventually acknowledged emptying the majority of two 50-gallon drums of muriatic acid and chlorine into the drain, the complaint alleges.

As a result, the company that owns the hotel was charged by the U.S. attorney’s office late Thursday with knowingly disposing of hazardous waste. If convicted, the company could be fined up to $500,000.

“The law does not discriminate between hazardous wastes generated by chic hotels or foul junkyards,” said Asst. U.S. Atty. Joe Johns, who is prosecuting the case. “What they did is not only illegal, it’s extremely dangerous.”

A New York public relations firm hired to represent the company that owns the hotel — Andre Balazs Properties — issued a statement of apology.

“We are sorry for this employee mistake involving diluted swimming pool chemicals,” the statement read. “We will continue to assist the government.”

The incident began about 6:30 a.m. on Jan. 19 when someone called the Los Angeles Police Department and complained about a chemical smell coming from the Metro stop. Officials became more concerned when they heard the reports of people becoming ill. In 1995, terrorists had released sarin nerve gas inside the Tokyo subway, killing 12 people and sickening thousands of others.

James Peaco, coordinator of the FBI’s weapons of mass destruction squad in Los Angeles, received a message on his BlackBerry shortly after the gas cloud was reported downtown. Initially, Peaco didn’t think much of it. His team is summoned about a once a week to deal with suspicious packages and all manner of other potential threats. Rarely do they turn out to be the real deal.

But when Peaco saw the words “chlorine” and “subway” in the same sentence, he felt his stomach tighten.

“Chlorine is not naturally occurring,” he recalled thinking to himself at the time, “and the subway is a venue we anticipated as a target. So I thought this was actually a terrorist attack.”

Peaco said he was so concerned that he called his bosses in L.A. and FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C., with a warning to be alert for potential simultaneous attacks across the country.

In addition to Peaco’s squad, hazmat teams from the LAPD, the Sheriff’s Department and the Fire Department converged on the scene. When they traced the chlorine to the drain outside The Standard, fumes were still rising to the street above, so police shut down the intersection of 6th and Flower streets, snarling traffic for hours.

Meanwhile, an LAPD officer made his way to the roof of the hotel and interviewed employees who acknowledged pouring a small amount of old pool chlorine into the drain, according to the complaint. The officer noticed an empty 50-gallon tank labeled “muriatic acid” under some stairs near the pool, but employees denied dumping any of that into the drain. There was another unmarked 50-gallon tank — this one nearly empty — nearby.

In follow-up interviews, Annette O’Donnelly, the FBI agent with the reputation for being tenacious, discovered that the two tanks contained chemicals that were left over from when the pool operated on a different cleaning system.

She interviewed two supervisors and a graveyard-shift maintenance employee who ultimately acknowledged pumping the contents of the two tanks into a drain, according to court documents. Running water from a hose was used in an attempt to dilute the discharge.

The terrorism scare notwithstanding, it is illegal to dump chlorine and acid into the sewer system because such contents can corrode pipes, overcome maintenance workers with fumes and harm the environment.

Mark Rowley, the hotel’s chief engineer, allegedly told O’Donnelly he knew the “best way” to get rid of the chemicals would have been to hire a disposal company to truck them away, according to court records.

But he decided “we could deal with it this way,” the court documents state.

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Times staff writer Jason Felch contributed to this report



Soluble Dilemma


How long does it take to dissolve a human body?


Assassins for Mexican-American drug cartels have been dissolving their victims’ bodies in chemicals, according to a piece published Tuesday in the New York Times. The process is known colloquially as making pozole, in reference to a traditional Mexican stew. It can take several hours to make a pot of pozole. How long does it take to dissolve a human body?

About the same, with the right chemicals and equipment. The assassins typically use sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide, strong bases commonly known as lye. (The Times story misidentified their reagent of choice as an acid.) Heated to 300 degrees, a lye solution can turn a body into tan liquid with the consistency of mineral oil in just three hours. If your kettle isn’t pressurized, you won’t be able to heat the solution much above the boiling point of water, 212 degrees, and it might take an additional hour or two to complete the process. Narco-hit men did not pioneer this technique. Adolph Luetgert, known in his day as the “Sausage King of Chicago,” dumped his wife into a boiling vat of lye in 1897, then burned what was left. Police eventually found bone fragments in the factory’s furnace.

Nowadays, most bodies are liquefied for legitimate reasons. Some universities use industrial digesters to dispose of cadavers used for research and medical education. The machine, which looks like an enormous pressure cooker, mixes about 70 gallons of water with a small amount of lye. When the five- to eight-hour cycle is complete—that’s three hours to destroy the body, plus a few more to heat and cool the solution—the liquefied remains are safe to pour down the drain. A perforated basket catches the solids that survive the process, including implanted medical devices and “bone shadows”—calcium phosphate that makes up about 70 percent of the mass of bones and teeth. The bony bits can be crushed into a fine white powder.

Acids can dissolve a body more completely than lye—liquefying even the bones and teeth—but it takes longer and can be hazardous. British murderer John George Haigh used sulfuric acid to dissolve at least six of his victims in the 1940s. He processed the bodies in a 45-gallon oil drum and reported that the victims dissolved completely in about two days. He also said he had to leave the room, finding the fumes intolerable. (Sulfuric acid can cause third-degree burns. A sprinkling of lye will merely irritate the skin but can be more dangerous if it’s mixed with water.) In 1980, a Gambino crime family henchman dissolved the body of a man who had accidentally killed John Gotti’s son in a traffic accident, using a 55-gallon drum and an unknown acid.

In addition to being safer and more efficient, lye is also easier to obtain than strong acids. You can purchase 8 pounds of it—enough to dissolve a few bodies—from soap-making or farm-supply stores for less than $15. If you can’t wait for delivery, pick up some drain cleaner from the supermarket, but it’s so dilute that you may need to use quite a few bottles.

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Explainer thanks Bradley D. Crain of BioSAFE Engineering Worldwide and Rebecca J. Wilson of the University of Tennessee.

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Brian Palmer covers science and medicine for Slate.




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