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The Franklin Cover-Up: Child Abuse, Satanism, and Murder in Nebraska PDF, ePub eBook The shut-down of Omaha, Nebraska's Franklin Community Federal Credit Union, raided by federal agencies in November 1988, sent shock waves all the way to Washington, D.C. $40 million was missing. The credit union's manager: Republican Party activist Lawrence E. "Larry" King, Jr., behind whose rise to fame and riches stood powerful figures in Nebraska politics and business, The shut-down of Omaha, Nebraska's Franklin Community Federal Credit Union, raided by federal agencies in November 1988, sent shock waves all the way to Washington, D.C. $40 million was missing. The credit union's manager: Republican Party activist Lawrence E. "Larry" King, Jr., behind whose rise to fame and riches stood powerful figures in Nebraska politics and business, and in the nation's capital. In the face of opposition from local and state law enforcement, from the FBI, and from the powerful Omaha World-Herald newspaper, a special Franklin committee of the Nebraska Legislature launched its own probe. What looked like a financial swindle, soon exploded into a hideous tale of drugs, Iran-Contra money-laundering, a nationwide child abuse ring, and ritual murder. Nineteen months later, the legislative committee's chief investigator died - suddenly, and violently, like more than a dozen other people linked to the Franklin case. Author John DeCamp knows the Franklin scandal from the inside. In 1990, his "DeCamp memo" first publicly named the alleged high-ranking abusers. Today, he is attorney for two of the abuse victims. Using documentation never before made public, DeCamp lays bare not only the crimes, but the cover-up - a textbook case of how dangerous the corruption of institutions of government, and the press, can be. In its sweep and in what it portends for the nation, the Franklin cover-up followed the ugly precedent of the Warren Commission.

30 review for The Franklin Cover-Up: Child Abuse, Satanism, and Murder in Nebraska

  1. 4 out of 5

    Margitte

    Here's my editorial on this book. No review. :-) Well of course this book is shocking, disturbing and appalling. I'm upset, illogically furious, helplessly traumatized. Daintily embedded in our postmodern clout, the reader can derive anything from it and it will be okay. Although the facts can scream to heaven and back, the outcome for the reader can be very different, depending on the personal background and ideas. It just makes one think about the little people on the ground, the FBI agents, po Here's my editorial on this book. No review. :-) Well of course this book is shocking, disturbing and appalling. I'm upset, illogically furious, helplessly traumatized. Daintily embedded in our postmodern clout, the reader can derive anything from it and it will be okay. Although the facts can scream to heaven and back, the outcome for the reader can be very different, depending on the personal background and ideas. It just makes one think about the little people on the ground, the FBI agents, police officers, bodyguards, and then the victims, who do not stand a chance against the mighty and who can be easily 'removed' either by carefully selected grand juries, threats, intimidation, bribes, corrupt prosecutors withholding information, and many other things. Most often than not they have to choose between silence and the safety of themselves or their families. This was not the case with the author of this book. He decided to write a very dark chapter in history, come what may. For heaven's sake, he deserves five stars for that alone. These events mostly played out in the 1980s, but the entire pattern of allegations, the people involved, the similarity of the stories of all the victims, not only then, but even as recent as the Jeffrey Epstein criminal case, not even mentioning Harvey Weinstein, present a very big fire, with smoke columns bursting out all over the planet. It's like a volcano being covered up again and again and again. What about the big uproar in Britain when the rot in the BBC was exposed and another sex scandal with under-age children saw the light. My interest in this book started when I listened to an interview with a Dutch banker, who left the world of big money and politics and decided to expose the world he left behind. The behavioral patterns of all involved in the upper echelons of societies, corresponds once again with the evidence provided by the victims in this book. The same people involved. The same cover-ups, the same outcomes. The ex-banker is not connected to this book at all. It was just a coincidence to discover the book while following his story. The fact that child trafficking and sexual abuse surfaced in both experiences, was probably fate. So yes, I want to puke. The thousands of children all over the world who are being ripped from their lives just destroy one's heart and soul. The most upsetting is how orphanages are being targeted for this diabolical, sick sycophant elite class. As you know, I want to listen to people's stories. I want to read them too. This was one of those moments. Everyone should read it. Let me be honest here. I'm angry with the broken, corrupt legal systems of this world, fed-up with the corrupt pay-to-play media whores, and beyond furious with those who abuse the legal systems and little people to protect themselves and get away with it. I want to be a judge, get hold of these vile, ugly, sick perpetrators and turn them into eunuch slaves the sadistic way! Better yet, tie them to ant hills, throw syrup over them and watch them die slowly in the hot unrelenting sun. You think that's cruel. I don't. Because what they did to innocent children's spirit and soul is much much worse. MORE INFO: Another book The Franklin Scandal: A Story of Powerbrokers, Child Abuse Betrayal by Nick Bryant Interview with John W. DeCamp http://youtu.be/m1O6LJ4tyoI Ex FBI Chief who started the investigation(just be patient until he start talking himself) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr8wi... PS. I just saw this update on the Dutch banker, Ronald Bernardt, on Youtube. He was found dead. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOb2Z... The UN has called on the Vatican to "immediately remove" all clergy who are known or suspected child abusers. It denounced the Holy See for adopting policies which allowed priests to sexually abuse thousands of children, and criticised its attitudes towards homosexuality, contraception and abortion. The Vatican responded by saying it would examine the report - but also accused its authors of interference. BBC News looks into the background of the crisis - in 60 seconds. http://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-euro... The truth about the Vatican sex-and-drugs scandal https://www.catholicculture.org/comme... A pedophile priest with HIV, who admitted to raping 30 young girls between the ages of 5 and 10 years old, has been absolved by the Roman Catholic Church and will not face criminal charges. Read more at: http://www.social-consciousness.com/2...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Evilcexified

    just read the fucker!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Verm

    I could not put this book down! It's horrific in what it describes but I wish every American would read it. There are lots of myths and conspiracy theories on the internet regarding the Franklin Cover-up but this book gives you the evidence. When I first started reading (on the internet) about this (via the Johnny Gosch case) I couldn't believe it. I thought it must be made up it's so horrible. But after reading this book, I'm convinced these events and the cover up actually happened. This book i I could not put this book down! It's horrific in what it describes but I wish every American would read it. There are lots of myths and conspiracy theories on the internet regarding the Franklin Cover-up but this book gives you the evidence. When I first started reading (on the internet) about this (via the Johnny Gosch case) I couldn't believe it. I thought it must be made up it's so horrible. But after reading this book, I'm convinced these events and the cover up actually happened. This book is not the most well-written books and the author jumps around at times. It can be a little confusing to keep up with who everyone is too but the author is not a "writer". He's a lawyer who stumbled into this cover up and felt he had a moral obligation to share it with the world. I've just started "The Franklin Scandal" by Nick Bryant who is an independent journalist. So far, his book seems better written and easier to follow. I would recommend people read both!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lea

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I'm really unsure how to rate this book, and I guess I'm really not even sure how to review it. My copy was the 1996 Second Edition, which is important in a couple of ways. The 1996 edition is composed of the original 1992 book, with an additional forward by the author (which includes some extremely brief updates on some of the people discussed in the first edition) -- this section seems to have been added between the author's update and actual publication -- and a more substantial section of ne I'm really unsure how to rate this book, and I guess I'm really not even sure how to review it. My copy was the 1996 Second Edition, which is important in a couple of ways. The 1996 edition is composed of the original 1992 book, with an additional forward by the author (which includes some extremely brief updates on some of the people discussed in the first edition) -- this section seems to have been added between the author's update and actual publication -- and a more substantial section of newer material at the end of the book. The notes at the beginning are so rushed, there aren't any real details, which is very frustrating. About half of the new material added at the end of the book doesn't have anything to do with the Franklin scandal, as far as I can tell. It's interesting in its own way, but I think it would have been better to present it in another book, rather than including it here. Because the book was originally published in 1992, it is severely out of date at this point (2016). While it's interesting to take a step back in time to the early 90s, it's also somewhat disconcerting -- there are a lot of ideas and attitudes that would have been perfectly normal then that really stand out as being completely unacceptable now. Yea for progress! I do have to commend the author for being very even handed -- he doesn't pull any punches, regardless of which side of the aisle a particular politician is on. In this day, very refreshing. As to the content of the book -- wow, where to start? This is a non-fiction account of what was initially an investigation into banking irregularities, as well as embezzlement. This part of the story is fairly cut and dried. In the course of the investigation, details emerged that seem to indicate the people involved (wealthy, powerful people) were also involved in a lot of very unsavory things -- drugs and blackmail, as well as child abuse and pornography. These passages are very difficult to read. Again, even though very few people were actually prosecuted for these acts, it seems to be pretty well established that these things did happen. But then we enter the realm of Satanic Ritual Abuse. I don't know. I think the witnesses here probably believe these things happened. Maybe they really did. But jeez, it all seems so far fetched. The McMartin trial is mentioned in passing, and all I could think was "wasn't all of that debunked?" I know, I know -- didn't I just post a review on another book about this kind of thing? (The Ultimate Evil: The Truth about the Cult Murders: Son of Sam and Beyond) Well, yeah. And that book does seem believable to me. I'm not sure why this one seems so out there -- perhaps it's in the way the story is told. Or maybe I just don't want to believe what these kids say happened to them. I suppose it's up to each reader to decide for himself. My final thoughts on this book: The author really grew on me, especially in the final update at the end. I'm still undecided on the rest of it, but it seems like John DeCamp truly believes in this cause.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ffiona

    Exposes The Moral Squalor That Is Operating At The Highest Level Of Our Society. I discovered this book while researching the recent Wikileaks "pizzagate ping pong" scandal.The Franklin cover up was the biggest paedophile scandal in the history of the world.The American media is obsessed with Catholic child abuse scandals but this was a dark & deviant scandal that was conveniently ignored & suppressed due to it's connection with elite politicians and business leaders. Children were being Exposes The Moral Squalor That Is Operating At The Highest Level Of Our Society. I discovered this book while researching the recent Wikileaks "pizzagate ping pong" scandal.The Franklin cover up was the biggest paedophile scandal in the history of the world.The American media is obsessed with Catholic child abuse scandals but this was a dark & deviant scandal that was conveniently ignored & suppressed due to it's connection with elite politicians and business leaders. Children were being taken by private jets to Washington and other parts of the US (including a location that sounded like Bohemian Grove), where they were assaulted and in some cases murdered.These crimes were photographed and filmed-the footage was used as power & control leverage. The Senate organized an investigation into this scandal however many of the key people involved in the investigation either died or committed suicide. The Franklin Coverup had to rely upon the testimony of those involved, and unfortunately the absence of incriminating evidence made their sensational claims that much easier to dismiss.There is a documentary film about this (on YouTube) called "Conspiracy of Silence" made by Yorkshire Television in the early Nineties. The elites have been doing this sort of thing throughout history so this was no isolated incident.Tragically the whole upper structure of our civilization (the elites who are really running the show) are a sordid breed of people who are totally ruthless. This is the devils power that is ruling the world and this cult feels very protected, they consider themselves untouchable.The symbolic Owl ceremony that is regularly carried out by our world leaders at Bohemian Grove In California, is based on the ancient pagan (satanic) ceremony where a god known as Moloch required the blood sacrifice of children. Most,if not all, of the people involved in this satanic ritual are linked in to a spiritually corrupt global network that allows these sadistic practices to go on in secret.The ruling cabal has secret occult knowledge which they withhold from outsiders-it doesn't matter if you don't believe in God and Satan, the important thing is they most definitely do.They know that the supernatural is not nonsense. A lot of Americans seem to be putting their faith in Donald Trump to change the corrupted system but there is no way one man can change this centuries old shadow system - their satanic practice is deeply embedded into every political power structure in the world.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jessi

    Alienating friends and loved ones in 2017, starting strong with the conspiracy that scares me most.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    This is definitely more report than anything else, written by someone with personal stake in the events it details. I read it after hearing about it on a two-part episode of Last Podcast on the Left. Throughout the book, I vacillated between horror at the corruption in our system and complete disbelief. Several elements of it seem to support the "Satanic Panic" hysteria of the 80s that led to harmful witch hunts and false accusations, and that gives me pause. There's also a lot of faith placed i This is definitely more report than anything else, written by someone with personal stake in the events it details. I read it after hearing about it on a two-part episode of Last Podcast on the Left. Throughout the book, I vacillated between horror at the corruption in our system and complete disbelief. Several elements of it seem to support the "Satanic Panic" hysteria of the 80s that led to harmful witch hunts and false accusations, and that gives me pause. There's also a lot of faith placed in lie detector tests and the testimony of "alter personalities" given by one of the victim witnesses. On the other hand the argument supporting the maligned victims in the case is passionately delivered as well, seemingly with evidence. And the punishment rendered against the witnesses for "perjury" is much too harsh for there not to have been a coverup of some kind going on. In the end, the truth seems to be in there somewhere but I don't know what it is. The clunkiness of the narrative and the injection of several chapters about militias that had nothing to do with the subject meant this took awhile to get through. Still glad I read it, though.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ingrid

    The scariest book I've ever read. Everyone should read this book despite it's heavy content. It's compelling and heartbreaking but if you live in the US, there are things in this book that you owe it to yourself to learn.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Keeling

    Wish everyone would read this book

  10. 5 out of 5

    Shelly

    If even a third of these allegations are true, the ramifications are mind-boggling.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ursula Ackah

    If you want to understand what is happening now in Britain regarding the elite paedophile scandal and cover-up, read this book. And the story doesn't end well. The writer is a lawyer and the style is factual and direct. Every chapter deals with a different aspect of a sprawling web of criminal activity, of which child abuse forms only one small part. Don't be put off by the word 'satanism' in the title. It isn't a big part of the story. Rather it seems that criminals used satanism as a tool to a If you want to understand what is happening now in Britain regarding the elite paedophile scandal and cover-up, read this book. And the story doesn't end well. The writer is a lawyer and the style is factual and direct. Every chapter deals with a different aspect of a sprawling web of criminal activity, of which child abuse forms only one small part. Don't be put off by the word 'satanism' in the title. It isn't a big part of the story. Rather it seems that criminals used satanism as a tool to attract, control or blackmail receptive adults, terrify children and make whistle-blowers' testimony sound unbelievable to the general public. The criminals' real motivation was acquisition of wealth and personal power, which they achieved by infiltrating institutions and subverting cash-flow and power structures to their own ends. This was often achieved through 'hospitality'... i.e. parties where drugs and sex were provided to powerful people who could later be controlled through blackmail. The children were just another 'commodity'... a means to an end. The story ranges across massive financial crime - "Franklin" was a failed credit union - murder, child prostitution, pornography, and even 'state-sponsored' crimes, orchestrated by government security forces eager to fund their own projects outside the scrutiny of their political masters. We are shown abuse of power at every level of society in the small but wealthy state of Nebraska, which happens to have close ties with Washington D.C., forged through U.S. political funding and lobbying systems. The people at the very bottom of the food-chain are the abused kids, all of whom end up dead, mad, imprisoned or discredited. The book pulls together a vast array of documentary evidence, which is in the public domain... but very few individuals would have the knowledge necessary to connect the dots and form a coherent picture. The main weakness of the book is the extent to which the writer is himself involved in the action. He was a Nebraskan Senator and also later legally represented some of the child abuse victims in court. He seems to be a very able man, of tremendous energy, intelligence and self-assurance, who instinctively backs the under-dog and detests bullies. He wrote the book on the advice of his friend, ex-CIA chief Bill Colby, after giving up hope of holding the key players to account through the courts. John DeCamp's reputation was trashed as a result of his championing the child victims in this story. You can currently see Tom Watson being subjected to the same treatment by the establishment and the BBC in the UK. The story is essentially the same.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Stalker

    This book was by far one of the most interesting things I never knew. Nebraska is my home state and I just wish there was a way to get this information public. I want it to resurface. EVERYONE should read this book. It provides enough evidence against those guilty of child abuse, satanism, and murder. The man that wrote this could not have fabricated his story, nor could a young boy and a young girl that testified against their tormentors . How were children supposed to come up with a story so m This book was by far one of the most interesting things I never knew. Nebraska is my home state and I just wish there was a way to get this information public. I want it to resurface. EVERYONE should read this book. It provides enough evidence against those guilty of child abuse, satanism, and murder. The man that wrote this could not have fabricated his story, nor could a young boy and a young girl that testified against their tormentors . How were children supposed to come up with a story so morbid, so terrifying, and so downright evil? They named names, they described people, the places they went yet somehow the supreme court ruled that it was a fabricated "hoax". They are both currently serving time here in in Nebraska. Boys Town used to be it's own self sustaining "farm" environment. Men of high political or social stature used their money to quiet anyone so they could continue with their underground sex ring, drug smuggling, and embezzling money. If someone was sniffing around and getting too close to exposing the entire thing, they didn't tend to live long after. Files disappeared, or sealed by the supreme court. Many parts of the investigations were sloppy and they seemed to have ill-regard toward those who were reporting abuse. Some of what is depicted in this book is quite graphic in nature so I advise those that choose to read it firmly understand this.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ben Sutton

    What Can You Say... The book is gripping, however, be prepared to become even more disillusioned with the so called process, system, establishment, etc. Another cautionary tale of when truth speaks too closely to power, power reacts with overwhelming, well, power. Kudos to De Camp for having the courage to continue to investigate horrific instances of abuse, corruption, and deviancy. Hopefully his actions constitute a frayed thread that will help to eventually unravel the whole truth.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Me0

    An eye-opener for those unfamiliar with child abuse and pedophilia within the corridors of power. Difficult to read at times - a difficult subject - but one none of us should turn our eyes away from and ignore.

  15. 4 out of 5

    teresa santos

    Excellent read. Eye-opener!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Michael Bethany

    Every parent should read this book and keep your children close. Maybe the children should read it too.

  17. 5 out of 5

    ELB

    Margitte Feb. 6, 2018 did a great job in her review so all I will say is, It was one of the saddest books I think I have read. To be abused in such horrible ways, then told you are a liar and thrown into prison! This was in the 80s, just imagine how bad it is today. It is in the open these days, the Hollywood elite showing the satanic symbols and signs all over the internet. No wonder the politicians will not close the border, thousands of kids are being brought here to disappear into who knows w Margitte Feb. 6, 2018 did a great job in her review so all I will say is, It was one of the saddest books I think I have read. To be abused in such horrible ways, then told you are a liar and thrown into prison! This was in the 80s, just imagine how bad it is today. It is in the open these days, the Hollywood elite showing the satanic symbols and signs all over the internet. No wonder the politicians will not close the border, thousands of kids are being brought here to disappear into who knows what!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jim

    Fascinating book, depending how true it is. If mostly true, how sad and demoralizing.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Adele Leigh

    The Franklin Cover-Up is a tragic true story about children who were sex-trafficked and abused. The events in this book are a terrible reminder that those in power can get away with it, while the world’s most vulnerable people, the children, are not even believed.

  20. 5 out of 5

    J.V. Seem

    A while ago, I listened to a podcast about the Franklin case, of which I'd never heard before. It was a very well-produced podcast, and by the end, I was not only absolutely convinced that every word was true, but also absolutely terrified. Now, my autistic brain may or may not have had something to do with this, but in my defense, it was a really well-made podcast that actually turned out to have left out some of the more unlikely parts of the case, and that made it all the more convincing. After A while ago, I listened to a podcast about the Franklin case, of which I'd never heard before. It was a very well-produced podcast, and by the end, I was not only absolutely convinced that every word was true, but also absolutely terrified. Now, my autistic brain may or may not have had something to do with this, but in my defense, it was a really well-made podcast that actually turned out to have left out some of the more unlikely parts of the case, and that made it all the more convincing. After listening to the podcast, I immediately downloaded this book, expecting it to further support what I had heard in the podcast. But that didn't happen. If you're unfamiliar with the case, it's all about an alleged cover-up of child prostitution, child pornography, satanic rituals and embezzlement where some very prominent politicians and other important members of society are implicated. The thing is, the podcast didn't say a word about the satanism, making the whole thing a lot more likely. Where the book makes me doubt is at the "satanists-eating-hundreds-of-babies" scenario. After all, they must have come from somewhere, and someone must be missing them. The flying with helicopters around the countryside also seems a rather elaborate way to travel, even for high-ranking satanists, for the purpose of maiming random cows. Seems absurd, rather. Now, the child trafficking is something more close to home, after all, we know that's a definite problem. So I'm of two minds, you might say. While this book didn't help convince me further, but actually made me more skeptical, I'm not convinced that it's *all* bollocks. Some of the alleged trafficking victims tell some very striking stories, backed up by seemingly dependable evidence, and one wonders how and why you would make it up. I just don't know what I think. Some parts of the book are plain boring, though. Quite a few chapters deal with the embezzlement part of the case, with business deals legal and illegal, and quite frankly I don't get any of it. Those chapters are just words. This book is written in an alright manner, but it's hardly a masterpiece, and some chapters are quite frankly tedious. However, quite a lot of the book is interesting, whether its claims are true or not.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Anita Dalton

    There were elements of the book that are… off putting. Not the least that DeCamp was willing to defame Hunter S. Thompson as the worst sort of scum based on the eyewitness testimony of a very fragile witness. But there were other problems, too. I can’t go into every single one I have because this is a dense book, but I’ll touch on the highlights of just how DeCamp was not my cup of tea. In the minds of true believers, I can’t debunk a conspiracy anyway. All I can do is discuss some of the WTF mo There were elements of the book that are… off putting. Not the least that DeCamp was willing to defame Hunter S. Thompson as the worst sort of scum based on the eyewitness testimony of a very fragile witness. But there were other problems, too. I can’t go into every single one I have because this is a dense book, but I’ll touch on the highlights of just how DeCamp was not my cup of tea. In the minds of true believers, I can’t debunk a conspiracy anyway. All I can do is discuss some of the WTF moments in the book, moments when I felt kind of annoyed with DeCamp’s narration or the irrational presence of Ted Gunderson. Read the entire review here.

  22. 5 out of 5

    David Shetler

    I read this as the scandal involved a credit union and took place when I first started with the NCUA many years ago. I was torn by the obsessive conspiracy theories on the part of the author versus a lot of detail that he provides to back up his assertions. Since it is only his point of view I remain skeptical of much of his claims. While no doubt a lot of bad things happened the book read very much like a self congratulatory slap on the back for Mr DeCamp.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Catalina

    The story is disturbingly interesting but the book needed a better writer. A lot of the facts felt dry and the personal connection of DeCamp to the case came across as too defensive, and almost whiny, for the bigger purpose of the book. That being said, the background is horrifying and if this actually happened/keeps happening it's something we should learn more about. (Updated book that sets this case against others around the country?)

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jolene

    I almost wish I'd never read this book... Disgusting, heartbreaking, infuriating. I kept thinking these things couldn't possibly be true. How could anyone be capable of such acts? The most eye-opening book about the atrocities going on in our communities and how and by whom they are hidden. It was difficult to finish this book, but I'm glad I did.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Richard

    The read was good, but . . . I can't tell you if there is any truth in this book or not. I know that things like this go on but the names of some were astonishing. If true, someone should be going to jail and maintained in the prison population. I can't look at a politician without wondering. Read the book and judge for yourself. The author seemed to be of sound background and character.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Hector Chavez

    If you think that it can't happen this book may just open your eyes to the criminal activity of the materially successful, and the hypocrisy that permeates our society that helps cover up, protect, and even promote wrong-doing in some cases.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Melanie Moxon

    This book made me cry at times. Didn't finish the whole thing as it really upset me! Be warned very very graphic true stories of child abuse! So sad & sadistic!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Pattie

    Disturbing. I'm from Omaha. I remember when the financial scandal broke in the mid-80's.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Disturbing look at Nebraska politics, financial matters and the lengths people will go to maintain their status. Doesn't paint Bob Kerrey in a very good light.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Katieh

    Fascinating book! just shows how little our kids are protected. This story has connected me to another book about Johnny Gosch "why Johnny can't come home"

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