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This site deals with a massive government sponsored conspiracy within the United States of America and against Jesus Alberto Cabal Reyes, a Colombian citizen. The conspiracy at issue has lasted more than three decades and was started by former President Ronald Reagan in the early nineteen eighties under the purported excuse of “Protecting the National Security of the United States”. Throughout the years such confederacy has been kept in the dark from the world´s opinion via disinformation and manipulation of the news media not only in the U.S.A, but also abroad. During the year of 2001 the confederacy was aggravated by the ruthless and lawless actions of President George Bush Jr. and other members of his Administration who in an attempt to either expel Mr. Cabal from the United States or to cause him physical harm did frame him in the state of Texas with a crime he did not commit. The “direct and circumstantial evidence” gathered so far in this case points out in that direction without a doubt. The purpose of this web site is to allow Jesus Alberto Cabal´s side of the story to be told after more than 30 years of a strict censorship on the matter.
A very reasonable question one should be asking is whether the contents of these two letters plus other documents sent to "CBS", and "USA-TODAY” by Jesus Alberto Cabal during the late nineteen eighties laid out the grounds for "Executive Revenge" against him by Mr. George Bush Jr., and action which culminated with the "fabrication" of a sexual assault case in the state of Texas. The irony of such case was that Mr. Cabal who was the true victim in the whole incident was made out to be the wrong doer.
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MORE EVIDENCE OF PREJUDICE AGAINST HISPANICS. This is one of the pages of a deposition given by Supervisor Mr. P. Humburg from "Envirodyne Engineers" in Saint Louis, Missouri, stating under oath that in his past he did have a traumatic experience with some individuals of Mexican origin, which apparently had turned into a dislike for people of Hispanic heritage at some point in his life.