Hoyt Fiasco: $103M Heist + Kevin Brown's Criminal Cover-up
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     Why did the IRS lead prosecuting attorney in the Hoyt case quit in disgust?

The Hoyt Fiasco: Site funding

Have you ever wondered how this site is funded? Well, it's not funded by the PDFT. It's hosted for them at no charge by Mindconnection. You can help Mindconnection with no extra expenditure on your part. How is that?

Simply redirect some of your shopping to Mindconnection. Books, movies, and other items are all available at the main site www.mindconnection.com. Just take a look at the various listings and select the same items you'd buy elsewhere, anyhow. Then, bookmark the page. And, spread the word about Mindconnection.

Please visit the Store Front and take a look at what's there.



This message is not provided by the PDFT. The PDFT, while grateful for the support of Mindconnection, is a disinterested third-party beneficiary with no legal ties to Mindconnection. The PDFT does approve all content posted in the Hoyt Fiasco site, and approved of Mindconnection's disclosure of site funding and how folks may support the Hoyt Fiasco site without actually contributing funds. No such funds will be accepted, but business is welcome.

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Last updated: Friday, October 09, 2020

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