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02.02.20

Mansion of Pedophilia – Part IX: Arrest for Pedophilia Made, Conviction (Guilty Plea) Affirmed, and Search Conducted While the Pedophile Was at the Home of Bill Gates

Posted in Bill Gates at 4:43 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Pedophile working for Bill Gates

Summary: Based on media coverage, including footage, we more or less understand what happened and when (but are still waiting for the police to comply with a request for records)

THE probe continues, albeit slowly. As noted in part 8, the police slows it down. It has been nearly half a year and not a single page was divulged, though the police admits there are over 2,000 pages. Readers can see our recent articles on this subject here in the wiki page, but just to summarise, part one, part two, part three and part four dealt with the arrest for pedophilia at the home of Bill Gates. We then spoke about the apparent cover-up in the fifth part, sixth part and seventh part. There was an arrest, a conviction, and an admission. What remains to be determined is the scale of the issue or the extent, e.g. who else may have been implicated.

“There was an arrest, a conviction, and an admission.”We very recently explained that this investigation of ours (and others') was slowed down due to procrastinating if not stonewalling by police. They should be conscious of the fact that any further procrastinating if not stonewalling merely contributes to the perception that the police exists to protect pedophiles and high-profile tycoons like Bill Gates. The reputation of police departments isn’t stellar as it is; do they wish to worsen things?

Later this month we’re supposed to hear back from the Seattle Police Department. We wait and wait… almost since last summer. Not kidding! Maybe the assigned staff will be declared “retired” by the time we see any documents…

Readers of this series may notice that we’re cautious because we strive to maintain this series 100% accurate. So far nobody at all mocked these articles. Nobody that we saw. Except one ex-Microsoft employee. He chose to misinterpret what we said, basing it on people who misread it. We never claimed that Gates himself was implicated in pedophilia, only that an arrest/search was made while the person was at his home, followed by successful conviction.

“We never claimed that Gates himself was implicated in pedophilia, only that an arrest/search was made while the person was at his home, followed by successful conviction.”Also of interest is the fact that people who merely link to our articles or read our articles in no way represent what’s covered here. Be careful who you trust. If someone links to our series, claiming that it proves “Gates pedophilia” or something to that effect, then that someone is on his/own own. It is no secret that to discredit one’s work one can be sent falsehoods from bait (fake) sources. Or be associated with completely unrelated sites, like the hives of paranoia of Alex Jones and cohorts. We want to clarify upfront that this series should be judged not based on who reads it or links to it. We have no control over that.

While we await further information, with the potential of further requests made to the police (without overwhelming their staff), it’s worth noting something which came to my attention last month. One person who investigates the matter said he was “99% sure [...] found the location of his apartment!” (“his” as in the person who was pleading guilty).

“With that address,” the person noted, “we can submit a request for the report and search warrant conducted there on March 20, 2014.”

This wasn’t mentioned in the media until almost a year later. “He was interviewed at Bill Gates’s house while the search took place,” the person added, “from what I understand from news reports.”

“This wasn’t mentioned in the media until almost a year later.”“The Seattle PI news report suggests that they were searching the apartment when they discovered he was likely to be at the Gates mansion,” noted the person. “How did I find the apartment? I had to use Google Maps and run around in streetview until I found the same building in the photo. Then I confirmed a ██████ ██████ lived there and that he still owns the apartment there. There is public title documents in the Assessors office and it hasn’t been sold. He bought it in like 2010-2011.” (The name is omitted, but it is the same as in the news reports; the same goes for the address and house name)

Additional details about the interrogation are vaguely and barely available; this is why we want to see the report of the police. If it’s over 2,000 pages in length, then surely it’s not a case as simple as it may seem on the surface (or media coverage). Police delays further contribute to suspicions.

It is moreover worth noting that, according to this person, “the apartment complex advertised “walking distance to Microsoft shuttle location” and is now owned by philanthropists…”

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