I hope she's very patient waiting for my thoughts because even to me they're pretty unthinkable. There has to be a polite way to say what I'm thinking. :)
Subject: From Helen White
From: Helen White email@example.com
Date: Sat, 20 Mar 2010
My name is 2nd LT. Helen White, a member of the U.S. army Medical Team, which was deployed to Iraq at the beginning of the war in Iraq. I would like to share some highly personal classified information about my personal experience and role which I played in the pursuit of my career serving under the U.S 1st Armored which was at the fore-front of the war in Iraq.
I would hold back certain information for security reasons for now until you have found the time to visit the BBC website stated below to enable you have an insight into what I intend sharing with you, believing that it would be of your desired interest one-way or the other.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/2988455.stm (I've saved you the trouble of looking up the article ~ it's below. Look at the date on the article, folks.)
Get back to me having visited the above website to enable us discuss in a more clarifying manner to the best of your understanding. I will be vivid and coherent in my next message in this regards, meanwhile, could you send me an email confirming that you have visited the site and that you have understood my intentions? I will await your thoughts via my personal email.
2nd Lt.Helen White
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Wednesday, 30 April, 2003
Stash of money found in Baghdad
Foreign currency worth nearly $200m has been found in a Baghdad neighbourhood, the US military say.
Troops found $100m and 90m euros in 31 containers, US Central Command said.
The money has been flown out of the country to a "secure location" for counting purposes and will eventually be returned to Iraq to help rebuild the country, the US said.
Last week, US troops found more than $650m in the same area of Baghdad.
The latest banknotes were discovered between 23 and 26 April in an area of Baghdad secured by members of the US 3rd Infantry Division, according to a US statement.
The funds will eventually be returned to the Iraqis to help rebuild their nation
US Central Command
It did not specify exactly where the money was found, although the funds were said to have been kept in containers.
The statement said the containers were flown from Baghdad International Airport on Sunday under an escort of police officers, criminal investigators and financial experts.
"The money arrived at a secure location for counting purposes at approximately 1030 that morning," the statement said.
"Soldiers of the unit in charge of the counting took approximately five hours to finish this count.
"Funds will remain secure until a stable government is established in Iraq and will ultimately be returned to the Iraqis to assist in the re-building of their nation."
The funds which were found last week are also being held at an undisclosed location.
The money had been hidden behind the false wall of a house searched by US troops. It is thought the stash could have been left by fleeing regime leaders.
Five US soldiers are currently being questioned by military officials after some of that money was allegedly stolen following its discovery.
Story from BBC NEWS:
Published: 2003/04/30 12:28:41 GMT
- No... I don't think so...
- And yet another deader...
- I will await your thoughts
- Just say the word and the money is yours...
- There's something phishy here...
- On account that there is no account...
- Baby, you can drive my car... (Part 2)
- Spam, spam, spam, spam....
- Get out the violins...
- Fekkin' Big Idiots...
- It's a golden opportunity... (Not!)
- This is as good a place as any....
- There ain't no accounting for some people...
- Be careful what they vish for...
- Weepers and wailers line up on the right....
- O lucky me...
- Yup, I'm dead - delete my email from your list.
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- The Quirked Eyebrow
- I have two blogs at the moment - Here Be Dragons which is devoted to rental scams primarily sourced through Craigslist although the proliferation of free ad sites has widened the hunting grounds. Many additions come from other sources (ie: blogs/anti-scam sites/online community ad sites) or are provided by people who want to share their experiences. There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch is for copies of scammail that I find in my mailboxes ~ sometimes I can't resist the odd acerbic comment but for the most part I post 'em because the more that people do, the fewer fools they get to gull. Dunno what to say about me that would be very interesting ~ I'm a granny who reads, gardens and crafts as the mood strikes me. :) I don't particularly care for the social predators on this planet and this blog is part of my way of saying so.