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Grinnin’ Jack Speaks the Truth - November 2019

Updated: Jan 9, 2020

Hello, Fellow Truth Seekers!

In the summer of 1975, the government ended its connection to the enterprise known as the Malthus Corporation. Believed to be founded in the early 1960s, the Malthus Corporation established itself as a research institution for the pharmaceutical industry, but it's the connection to the government that intrigues me. And I'm sure it tickles your interests as well, fellow Truth Seekers!

We currently live in an era where even deeds of the past are being brought to the present. After almost 40 years, the Atlanta Child Murders were reopened this past March, stating that new technology could lead to what really happened between 1979 and 1981 in Atlanta. However, those murders were very public back in the day, which makes them more of a target for continued controversy.

What I'm interested in is uncovering the source of deceit that stayed below the radar. Deceit that, even if you aren't aware of it, has had massive repercussions and shaped the very fabric of our society.

In 1982, reporter, conspiracy theorist, and former editor of "Where The Gods Reign" Rita Schultes, went missing. The following document was found in some folders on her desk.

What was the government interested in that led them to work with the Malthus Corporation? What sort of experiments were the Malthus Corporation doing on behalf of the government? Does this have a connection to Rita Schultes's disappearance?

If you're reading this, it means you're more than likely interested too. What lies beyond the questions is why they've not been asked (or answered) to date. I believe if we work together, we could uncover what happened to Rita Schultes and what her work may still reveal. 

Feel free to message me grinninjack@yahoo.com any information you find on the subject, and I'll feature you in the next zine. Also, you can work together with the hashtags, #MalCorp, and #WheresRita.

Good luck, and until next time fellow Truth Seekers!

- Grinnin' Jack ☺

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