April 4, 2017 By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A grim new Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) report circulating in the Kremlin today says that Trinh Huynh, one of the most knowledgeable construction attorneys in Atlanta, Georgia, was gunned down in broad daylight yesterday just minutes after she filed legal requests at a Federal Courthouse for all US and State of Georgia documents relating to the believed to be Islamic State (IS/ISIS/ISIL/Daesh) terror bombing of the I-85 bridge—with Atlanta street sweeper, and eyewitness, Toney Booker telling local police about this assassination: “She was crossing the road, and he draws out his gun and shoots her three times. She drops, and he takes off running.”—and whose “military bearing” assassin was captured on video surveillance recordings running away from the crime scene. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
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.
So knowledgeable, in fact, was Trinh Huynh in her construction field of expertise, this report continues, she authored many works on the subject too—including her 2009 book titled “The ABCs of Federal Government Contracting” and her, likewise, 2009 publication and course titled “Construction Recordkeeping and Documentation Requirements for Government Contracts” (Co-Presenter, Lorman Education Services seminar).
Assassinated Atlanta attorney Trinh Huynh (center, with arms outstretched) with student litigators she was coaching.
As an in-house attorney, also, for United Parcel Service (UPS), the world’s largest package delivery company headquartered in Atlanta, this report details, Trinh Huynh, yesterday, appeared at the US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia where she filed legal papers for UPS asserting a force majeure claim due to the destruction of the I-85 bridge—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.
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.
Georgian resident Bobby Barnhart was 60 yards away from the I-85 bridge when he heard several explosions and a slow rumbling before it collapsed stating: “It was a big sound. You could feel the vibrations”
Source: Atlanta Attorney Assassinated After Filing Request For I-85 Bridge Explosion Documents