US Police Veteran Alex Scott, Part 1

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Ole Dammegård interviews US Police Officer Alex Scott, a veteran with more than 24 years on duty, 15 spent as a general detective. Aside from homicides, sex crimes and undercover drug operations, Alex Scott has investigated everything from petty thefts to fraud and forgeries to stalking and armed robbery. He also has an extensive background in music where he earned an associate’s degree in music-fine arts, a bachelor’s degree in music theory/education and a master’s in music multimedia. Along with his extensive training in law enforcement, Scott also studies and writes about the many ways music affects the brain and how Hollywood, the music industry and the mainstream media use music to shape our emotional response to many of today’s current events. He is therefore adept at providing unique insight with regard to the myriad ways psychological conditioning and propaganda are currently being used to manipulate and shape the way we think about the world around us.

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Alexander Scott, Police Detective, Part 1

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Ole Dammegard was born in Denmark and raised in Sweden, grew up believing he lived in a free and democratic society. As he started to investigate the political assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, he noticed there were some very strange and glaring similarities in these two cases. Since that time, Ole has investigated many other political assassinations, deaths of musicians and false flag events, and has shown the common thread behind them all: the New World Order Agenda. Ole's aim is to spread this information and to promote a stance of "no-fear", of peace and recovery from the atrocities and trauma that we have been subjected to for so many years. We are many, they are SO few. Shine the light on these conspiracies, get involved and transcend this evil agenda so we can get on with this amazing and beautiful life.

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