Press release”At the Breaking Point of History”

U.S. INDIFFERENT TO HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION AND BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL WEAPONS New Book Points To A Monstrous Agenda WALTERVILLE, OR, SEPTEMBER 1, 2021 – “At the Breaking Point of History: How Decades of U.S. Duplicity Enabled the Pandemic” by Janet Phelan details the US government’s indifference to the welfare of individuals and to its legal obligations under national and international accords prohibiting human experimentation and biological and chemical weapons. (The book is available at Trine Day and elsewhere.) From lead pipes in Flint, Michigan to a duplicitous water commission in Medford, Oregon to a secret psychiatric ward at UCLA to the elegant halls of the Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, “Breaking Point” reveals deceitful machinations executed at the highest and lowest levels of power. Ms. Phelan recently said, “We are embroiled in a pandemic which has collapsed economies, caused death by starvation, and has resulted in severe new restrictions on civil rights in the US and elsewhere. Yet many medical professionals and researchers are questioning the genesis of Covid-19. Was it bio engineered? Was it deliberately released? They’re also questioning the numbers alleged to have died from it, pointing to… Read More

Another Probate Murder?

Another Probate Murder? More Questions Surface on Melodie Scott Cases By Janet C. Phelan Lawrence Yetzer was standing in his front yard, yelling. The fifty-two year old Rialto man, who was blind and suffered from cerebral palsy, had just discovered his father lying unmoving on the front room floor. “Help!” yelled Yetzer. “Something has happened to Dad!” Please help us!” Neighbor Yvonne Boone remembers that the paramedics came. Yetzer’s step-father, Max Vantilburg, had died of a heart attack. And Lawrence Yetzer, who had lived with his parents his entire life, was left alone in the world. He was also left a chunk of money, as the sole beneficiary of the Anne and Max Vantilburg estate. The court appointed Melodie Scott, of C.A.R.E., Inc, as the Successor Trustee of the Vantilburg estate. In a separate proceeding in San Bernardino Court, Melodie Scott moved to have herself appointed as Lawrence Yetzer’s conservator. In her application for the conservatorship, Scott declared to the court that Lawrence Yetzer had an IQ of only 59 and was unable to comprehend the conservatorship proceedings. Yvonne Boone, who knew the family for years, disputes this statement. “He… Read More