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February 27, 2011

Regnier's anniversary.



March 8, 2010

My former
fiancé, Eliezer Regnier, passed away on Saturday, 27 February 2010 in Nassau, Bahamas, where he lived and worked as an attorney and human rights advocate, particularly for Haitian migrants. He died from a heart attack in circumstances orchestrated by the defendants in the matter of apartheid that is the subject of my Law Project. With MIT Professor James Williams acting as their frontman, the criminal enterprise placed Regnier under duress explicitly intended to exacerbate his heart condition.

In order to protect him, I uploaded edited complaints in the matter on 12 September 2009  to my home page (see the links by the hourglass) immediately on learning of the false charges brought against him. The original documents, my report on Rhoden's murder, and my Pre-Indictment Brief to the International Criminal Court are published on my website Caprica. As my complaint of 15 November 2006 alleging the murder of my neighbour Rhoden emphasized, Regnier was marked for murder. Since 2005, at least 10 individuals associated with me have been murdered through prescriptions by their doctors, irregular medical procedures, and by persuading the patients themselves to adjust their medications. These murders were all warnings by the criminal enterprise to drop the complaints.

Pursuant to the cover up intended to protect defendants that include officials of the British Government, British University Vice-Chancellors, and MIT professors, all complaints in the matter are being obstructed by law enforcement agencies with jurisdiction. These include the International Criminal Court, Scotland Yard, the Regional Security Office of the US Embassy in Jamaica (acting for the FBI) and the Jamaican authorities. I believe that I may be the next target for murder by the criminal enterprise.

There will be a memorial service to celebrate Regnier's life at 11am Sunday, March 14, at the Grant's Town Adventist Church in Nassau.


Adrienne Gaye Thompson






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