OPINION AND EDITORIAL
In a startling YouTube video revelation Denise Matteau of Corpus Christi, Texas has accused Jason Goodman and Marcus Conte of working together to attack the Southern District of New York (S.D.N.Y.).
The investigative journalist pointed fingers at the heavy-left drone business that Jason Goodman had been associated with as Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Matteau implicated Goodman in a plot to attack American ports with heavy-lift drones.
“Jason Goodman is somebody who has a YouTube channel (CrowdSource The Truth) … Came in with a group of people that were all going to take YouTube by storm. And CrowdSource The Truth. … He has been very much involved with Dave Sweigart and George Sweigart. Part of how he succeeded was that he made certain modifications to drones,” reported Matteau.
Above: CEO Goodman filmed from a drone during heavy-lift test flight
Meanwhile, investigative journalist and former “trash cop” Marcus Conte of Brooklyn, New York has continued his YouTube series on drones attacking ports. In fact, his latest video is entitled “Flame-throwing Drones NOT Ruled Out in Port Neches Explosion”.
Above: Jason Goodman of CrowdSource The Truth
Below Jason Goodman is seen giving an extensive lecture on heavy-lift drones.
Above: LNG tank transport at Port of Corpus Christi, Texas
PROTECT THE SDNY
To be continued…
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