Mitt Romney solved his bad driving problem in 1968 by inventing an extraordinary anti-Catholic cover story. Keeping a tale like this going is difficult, especially if American Catholics find what all is going on.
Mrs. Leola Anderson was dead. Romney's aggressive driving had put them head-on into a southbound Left Turn lane of N524 La Grande Route in Beaulac France. If the driver of the other car had not slowed down to make his turn, everyone in the Romney-driven Citroen DS would likely have been killed.
Contrary to the Romney's Team Lying story, this is Bishop Jean-Félix-Albert-Marie Vilnet. He was driving the Mercedes 180 sedan. Not drinking. Not speeding. Not on a "mountain road." Never called "Albert Marie."
Keeping Romney's scheme afloat requires extraordinary effort. Professional resources parallel to Nixon's 1970's CREEP and Dirty Tricks gangs -- modernized with google-spoofing and faked web pages out of Shanghai. More below the orangy-dooflichy....
An earlier posting at DKOS covers the main facts as investigated by a MMOG crew out of Occupy Security. As soon as the pic of the two cars was analyzed, it was clear that Romney's tale of getting hit by a Mercedes going "120 kph" was impossible. Not enough structural damage. Then the pics titled "Duane Anderson" did not match up so the players in France set out to find the man in the Baxas hospital.
We also verified that there had been no "Albert Marie" in the priesthood with an appropriate age or with a location to match the Romney story. As it turns out, tens of thousands of people know Bishop Vilnet. He did quite a lot over a lifetime of service.
Romney's "drunk priest" "Albert Marie" tale has been used to motivate recruitment for LDS in France for decades. All the missionary "Elders" and "Sisters" hear some version of it. Catholics, in France and in America, hear nothing about it. Over the last two years it seems that Romney has not said a word about it.
Still, there's hard ball defense to be played.
The example that follows shows what was done to fake a page at catholic.com. It wasn't enough to get in to that web site and delete the original page. A Google cache would have remained -- created at the original index search -- making available the photo of Bishop Jean Vilnet at the Bazas hospital and OccSec MMOG's discoveries.
Here is the real catholic.com registration that holds the forum that titles itself "Catholic Answers" and held the original content:
2020 Gillespie Way
El Cajon, CA 92020
Perfectly legitimate web site. No problem there.
Nonetheless, the site is a target for "human engineering" scams and technical intrusions -- anybody wants to play at Dirty Tricks with Catholics is sure to go gunning for them.
Look in google and you find multiple faked versions of pages taken from catholic.com with the manufactured pages altered to right wing political purposes. One example shows how this new Dirty Tricks unit responded to posting information about the Beaulac car wreck. Deleting all trace of the posting at catholic.com started the response, erasing even index leaves at catholic.com that ID'd Bishop Vilnet.
The ultimate pay-off is using a faked page to pollute the google cache system, getting a "last word" rebuttal imprinted to the cache.
Google is tweaked to index and then produce the page off the fake site. As you can see this looks a whole lot like the forums at catholic.com including using the names and logos:
-- http://z6a9ifoz4k.com/...The straight replay of that site not-out-of-cache mirrors the intent of the catholic.com site (because the original posting has been deleted.)
Bishop Jean-Félix-Albert-Marie Vilnet, victim of political slander ...
Mitt Romney and his people consistently blame Bishop Jean Vilnet for killing Mrs. Leola Anderson. They say that he caused an automobile accident by being ...
But the cached version shows content similar to the first entry at this thread on FooMoo. You will see the photo of Bishop Vilnet at the Bazas hospital -- same image produced above here at DKOS.
But this retelling of the basic MMOG discoveries is then capped with a retort that never appeared on the actual catholic.com site:
Obviously, "Forum Elder" is not a Catholic title. Some number of page accesses have also been generated to move this item up in the google rankings. If you do a search on "Romney" and "Leola" and "Vilnet" in some combination, then this will hit the top page of items. The cache produces this .jpg'd text.
As for content, these guys seem to believe that the more they tell a lie, the more likely they are to get away with it. Helluva tactic. We'll wish them well with that approach. Elder Dale M is effectively bragging about Romney's Team Lying getting away with faking out Boston Globe and boston.com -- by way of Michael Kranish and Steve Helman's "The Real Romney" as serialized in the newspaper.
The ownership of this z6a9ifoz4k.com web site does match in any way with catholic.com:
Lovely downtown Shanghai....
So, we've got a New New Nixon. A.k.a., Mitt Romney.
The original New Nixon was the 1968 clean up of the nasty Old Nixon of 1960 and the 1950s. So it has to be "New New Nixon" to avoid redundancy.
Got that clear ???
K.I.S.S. ::: They're criminals. A Romney White House would be a cess pool.
And if you doubt that conclusion, consider the Romney tax returns from a perspective of establishing your legal state residence in the opening lines of the I.R.S. Form 1040. Under state and federal laws you can only live in one state at a time.
You can only legally take local tax breaks in one state at a time. You can only hold one state driver's license at a time. Romney ??? No-no-no-no-no..... $54,000 a year in Utah tax breaks, while taking Massachusetts tax breaks and voting in Massachusetts.
"Taxes are for little people."
Yeah, it's CREEP all over again. Built up with a morality that approves cheating on taxes. Likely more money this time around for Dirty Tricks. More technology.
And please, somebody keep an eye on G. Gordon Liddy. No way he'd resist temptation if he has something to offer.