I-85 Investigator’s Murderer Arrested In Vegas . The man who killed the I-85 Investigator’ was just arrested – Nicolai Mork.Yup – Mork left Atlanta after being identified by the cameras and was able to fly on a Commercial Airline to Las Vegas.After openly committing murder he flew clear to Las Vegas and…
On 4 April, this report continues, the SVR further reported that one of the most knowledgeable construction attorneys in Atlanta, named Trinh Huynh, was assassinated after she had filed legal papers with the US Federal Court requesting documentation relating to the I-85 bridge explosion for United Parcel Service (UPS), the world’s largest package delivery company headquartered in Atlanta, in a force majeure action—that is a common clause in contracts that essentially frees both parties from liability or obligation when an extraordinary event or circumstance beyond the control of the parties, such as a war, strike, riot, crime, or an event described by the legal term “act of God” occurs.
Trihn Huynh – an attorney that specializes in Construction and works for UPS – was gunned down yesterday by a paid assassin and it was caught on camera.This means that the Assassin’s Eye Prints have been captured and the Atlanta Police have already identified him – but are not working to arrest him.
Shame on you Atlanta Police – you need a new chief who will arrest these thugs. It also means that the shooter will be paid, and then killed. Dead men tell no tales. So what happened you may ask????…
Atlanta crime scene after assassination of Trinh Huynh
According to this report, Trinh Huynh was a Vietnamese-American attorney with The Gibson Law Firm, LLC, who specialized in contractor litigation and was a graduate of Princeton University and received her law degree from Emory University School of Law—where she was awarded the Emory Order of Advocates, the State Bar of Georgia Prizes for Labor and Employment Law and was a member of the Emory Moot Courty Society and the Lamar Inn of Court—and who prior to joining Gibson was an associate in the Government Contracts and Construction Practice Group at Powell Goldstein LLP and, most recently, was a senior associate in the Government Contracts and Construction Practice Group at Alston & Bird LLP, where she was an active member of the Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association.
Along with Trinh Huynh filing her force majeure claim for UPS, this report notes, her further legal filings contained what SVR analysts say were “common and natural” legal requests for all US Federal and State of Georgia documents relating to the I-85 bridge explosion—but that within 30 minutes of her making these filings, she was assassinated with all of the legal documents she filed then “disappearing-becoming non-existent”.
As to why Trinh Huynh had to be assassinated, this report continues, is due to the longstanding policy of American “Deep State” intelligence operatives currently at war with President Donald Trump of using what are called “message killings” in order to strike fear into anyone interfering with their objectives—and that in this particular instance involves keeping the knowledge of this Islamic State terror attack away from the Trump administration as it supports Trump’s warnings of how great a threat these terrorists are to the US.