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Did Hurricane 'Jeanne' Wipe Out an Entire Island?
2004 09 24

by Mitch Battros - ECTV

Please note carefully, what I am about to tell you is conjecture and rumor “only”. This is not to be confused with factual data. I have been presented with information which meets the “lowest” threshold of ECTV standards. We have worked hard to separate ourselves from the other less reputable fringe shows and services, so I perhaps use more caution and discernment than necessary. So once again, I tell you the information you are about to read is “rumor” and conjecture only.

The reason I am going with this story is due to close contacts I have in Brazil and Argentina. Although I trust their reporting, they have not (at this time) been able to provide corroborating official statements or evidence. But for some reason, I just have a hunch this disaster may have occurred.

There is a small island that sits just off the northwest coast of Haiti. It is called “Tortuga Island”. I have been informed this island “no longer exist”. This was due to hurricane Jeanne which we can confirm has killed at least 1,100 people on the island of Haiti. The report states the entire population of Tortuga Island, some 26,000 people, have “vanished”.

My source in Argentina is in contact with UN representatives who are stationed in Haiti as a peace keeping deployment since the US led deportation of exiled President Jean-Bertrand Aristead.

I am waiting to hear confirmation of this heart stopping story. If news and data comes in by tonight’s show, I will announce it “live” to the world.


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