Getting Ears Inside Bilderberg Meeting

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Getting Ears Inside Bilderberg Meeting

If the meeting is going to take place at the same location as before, we need somebody in the area with a police scanner tuned to 464.550 Mhz. That person can then broadcast the radio traffic over the Radio Reference website for all the world to hear. 464.550 is the radio frequency that the hotel employees use.

Chantilly does not have a city police department because it is an unincorporated town. Tho law enforcement that covers the area is the Fairfax County Sheriff's Dept. You can listen to them at http://www.radioreference.com/apps/audio/?action=wp&feedId=6164

For the Info-Warriors attending the protest, they might want to have one of these with them as well: http://www.shopspypencamera.com/

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I LOVE FREE SPEECH!

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Good luck with that.

I'm sure if anything comes up, you'll try to send people on blind links to Alex Jones' website.

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