JAG Schedules Bill Gates’ Military Tribunal
The U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps has scheduled Bill Gates’ military tribunal for August 23, and the Microsoft founder is expected to answer for crimes ranging from running a child trafficking ring with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein to devising a plan whereby seemingly benign vaccinations would be tainted with chemicals and synthetic nanoparticles designed to erode the cerebrum of the human brain.
As reported previously, U.S. Marines on July 27 arrested Gates at a property he clandestinely owned in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Two days later, he was flown to Guantanamo Bay for interrogation and to await an imminent tribunal.
A source involved in the military’s Deep State purge told Real Raw News that Gates was initially uncooperative and reticent, and he declined to answer questions posed by “Trump’s corrupt military regime.”
“Unbeknownst to Gates, the military already has all the evidence it needs. While Gates sat in a cell, the military did simultaneous raids on a dozen Gates-owned properties across the nation, seizing computers, laptops, papers—about everything imaginable, including 3,000 pages of notes on a project called ‘How to Rule the World.’ It sounds like something from a Pinky & The Brain cartoon, but JAG believes it’s legitimate. In short, it describes taking over the vaccine industry and contaminating vaccinations with compounds that either kill the recipient or turn him into a mindless slave,” our source said.
Uncoincidentally, Gates had entrenched himself in the vaccine industry and owned substantial shares of Merck, Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, Roche, Novartis, and GlaxoSmithKline, all major pharmaceutical companies. He had injected enormous amounts of cash into the industry, and in turn profited massively on his investments.
When JAG officials questioned Gates about his ‘How to Rule the World’ agenda, the Microsoft guru claimed that the documents were merely a template for a video game that he and former partner Paul Allen had first contemplated in 1975, shortly after Microsoft’s inception. Gates said he shelved the game idea due to time restraints and technological limitations of that era but continued outlining it to alleviate boredom. He said he was a philanthropist and a humanitarian and that he had never harmed a soul, as violence toward others diametrically opposed his good nature.
When JAG confronted him with SD card videos that the military had seized during a May 17 raid on Gates’ Wyoming ranch, Gates began bragging about his wealth and told military investigators that he would make them extremely wealthy men in exchange for his release.
Then Gates got a reality check. He was told that JAG and the Office of Military Commissions had “appropriated” his properties and frozen his assets both at home and abroad.
“At that point, Gates once again got quiet, after demanding a lawyer,” our source said.
In closing, our source added that at least six witnesses, including Gates’ ex-wife Melinda, are expected to testify against Gates on August 23.