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(Taken from conspiracy magazine, Hidden Switch April 2041)

 

A piece of unusual information has just been unearthed here at the Switch. After doing a little digging and rooting around on the government’s own assassin’s den, we managed to uncover a little-known project.  The project was partially funded by the US Government, and mostly funded by private venture capitalists. It’s name was Hell’s Forge. It was originally proposed in 2029 as an initiative aimed at solving the prison overpopulation problem.

The concept, on paper, was a simple one. Several investors would pull together their resources, and construct a 17-story underground penitentiary. From what we were able to uncover in print and media coverage, the blowback on the project came when the government couldn’t come to terms with where to put it, how to run it and all of the safety issues that would arise out of such an endeavor.

In the end, the government had to do something about its growing criminal population issue. So, they turned to the formation of the Hunter Cell — or so we believe. The trouble has been that we can find no public record of their existence. No Executive Order, no letters of incorporation… nothing. More troubling is that this prison project wasn’t really brought into the public eye back then either. Some of the local media outlets caught wind of what was going on when they started roping off the work site. Beyond that, no one really ever knew that this was even being considered as an option.

The big questions still remain: Who were the private investors involved in Project Hell’s Forge? Why weren’t we as a public told about it? Do any of these investors have knowledge of the Cell’s existence?

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(Excerpt taken from an article out of the conspiracy theory magazine, ‘Hidden Switch’, March 24, 2041)

I’ve been saying this for years now! Our own government has set up an agency of killers that have taken aim at the scum and villany within our society. There has been no way to clearly prove their existence yet, but all of the signs are there, people!

Just today in Rockville, MD another instance that may prove their existence occurred. A man was gunned down in cold blood while getting out of his vehicle in his own parking lot. A handful of eyewitnesses claim that they saw a young female with dark hair wearing a black leather jacket behind the pistol that ended his life.  She later sped from the crime scene in an antique 1969 Chevy Malibu with oversized drag racing tires on the back. I was able to later uncover that the victim of this assassination was a former employee of the government that had been found guilty of high treason by the cloud court circuit, and sentenced to death. Coincidence? Don’t bet on it.

This isn’t the only case of an apparent murder that has happened this year. Just last month in upstate Oregon another male was shot and killed with a .38 Special revolver in a New Wave Retro(NetRo) 1940s bar. Same things were present. The victim was a convicted drug dealer in the Pacific Northwest, and the shooter sped from the scene — this time in a 2038 Chevy Hornet Coupe. The shooter was said to be wearing the garb of the modern pop culture NetRo 1940s throwback fad… black fedora, gray trench coat, black suit and was smoking a hydro cigarette at the time of the crime.

Last year we saw more instances of the same perpetrated across the nation. There have been accounts of a desperado/cowboy – type figure that some witnesses claimed has shot his victims in an old western style shootout in Arizona and New Mexico.  The most far-fetched theory to date remains to be the Ninja Theory. There have only been three or four eyewitness accounts that this even happened. However, those who have seen him say that a ninja just appeared out of the side of a home or building, and proceeded to assassinate his victims in cold blood.

They are out there, folks! Mark my words, you don’t want to be on the wrong side of the law in today’s society. They’re running out of room in the pens and the budget’s been tight for law enforcement for over a decade. This type of move would completely make sense on many levels.

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