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Let me explain why JUNK 8 has taken so long. First1y, I book off to Nev York, which meant delays big-time due to having Lo find a place and a job. Secondly, Lhe most elemental of all: not having a typewriter or a computer to type your with Sarah' shit. Then there rrras Chendo's slight problenillas dislracted both of us. And of course there That definitely is the big $ problem, although we might have that problem setbled as ve believe we have a sponsor' So, relatively if after lrf tne shit you stil-l feet like complaining' well BO-Hooo, we really give a shit. I hope there is at least one part of this issue which either pisses you off or makes you insult us. Then we will have succeeded in our quest for lhe ultimate JITNK EQUATION. Thank you.

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AII the signs are that this year is your year. I'ioney and Iove are on the up for a chanqe.

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in the January 1?th observer, caught my attention for reflecting the manipuLation of lives and vital ansvers of the unsolved that usually goes unnoticed. It tells rnistery of the explosion over the Mediterranean. thj,rteen years ago, of an. Italian airliner, that resuted in the deaths of all 81 passengers and crev members. An article

The has been brought to the public's attention once again due to the nurder of the retired ltalian airforce general in Brussels. Robbery vas said '.o be the initial Inoti.ve, but

this was The fact charge of disaster,

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discarded after his vaLlet vas recovered intact, i s, the murdered oeneral r'as chief of slaff in military air traffic control at the time of the and a key vitness to the airliner investigation.

This is the latest in a long series of incidents seemingly aimed at sitencing those involved in lhe airliner investigation. Four other l!alian vi.tnesses, three radar controllers and the base cotrmander have died since the disaster. 0ne of an appa!ent heart attack ( at age 32) , another of an apparent suici.de and tvo in car and airplane accidents. Otherwise, strategic bulgtaries have taken place, lartyers' cars have been ranmed and evidence has been destroyed. The airliner was flying in clear veather and, a! lhe time of the accident in 1982, traces of T-4 explosive Fere found on the site of the vreckage. Also, air traffic control-lers j.n Rome detected the presence of a UFO near the airl.iner seconds before it crashed. Most of the remains had been recovered fro$ the sea by 1988, and it was deterrnined that the airplane had been hit by a military missile. At the tine of the accident,

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the Lr.S., and France

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in the area. Both the French and U.S. EUfBiftrnissiles mj.lj.taries vere asked to initiate investigations into the incident. The U.S. denied any involvement. WanI habry? claiming no missile uas fired. The French military -heat-seeking made no official comrnent on the rnatler. ,o"t'3ol'#lf,$'J"'n The investigating juclge. however, has found that the deck log of the USS. Saratoga, a celebrated semination is much more l-made the mind-boggling dis;hich Sixth Fleet vessel vas in the area at the to produce a p_aby if lcovery after aciirten"taily llfelv time, appears to have been rewritten. it's been stored in coffee! lfreeziirg some sperm in i Sperm bank docs in Israell containdr of coffe^e beans.

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Junk 9  

Junk 9 was put thrown together by Alfredo and Chendo while in New York.

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