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Lecture by Peggy Garus Martinez - How I murdered my husband

Peggy Garus Martinez

Friday, February 7, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)

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Lecture by Peggy Garus Martinez on money Laundering and Murder.

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Margaret Peggy Garus Martinez of Glen Cove and Whooping crane Lane, who once lived in Phoenix, murdered her husband with the help of Red, Marylou, Fernando, Teresa and Oscar and others from the bank and Federal Reserve as well as an international board of directors in international finance. He expired drowned with dry lungs and a blow to the head. She then transferred money that belongs to the United States of America which was supposed to be destroyed or delivered to fund a United States Black Project he was responsible for, in an urn that was shaped like a square. The urn was sealed on all sides except for a tiny hole at the center of one side. It had a weight of well over 100 pounds close to 200 pounds. It was made of copper which had a mesh of 18K gold. Instead of the ashes of Mr. Martinez, she carried folded United States of America bills and white powder in plastic baggie. His own diving knife he carried for diving and self defense was used against him. He met with violence and brutality for that money and his wife has been living off of that blood money and money laundry schemes. She uses mostly the casinos to white wash money. She gives them a bill with a serial number, loses a small percent of that bill and cashes in fresh money. She gives money he died for to his relatives and her own. Especially her own family. Red who worked at the bank and other Federal Reserve Attendees, created a cover story, of what happened to that money. Shortly there after Red met with his own death. An induced suicide by his own children, for the purpose of getting hold of money, which he was carefully hiding to not be discovered. It was enough money that the other protagonists  have been quite set for life. She was under psychological pressure from her mother and other family members who wanted that money, when they found out who her husband was and what his job was they went after that money. Going in, they knew he was Gov. There was no way he was going to walk out. Never would he have believed his wife would betray him. He must have trusted Red, his boss, as he did the back up that failed him. As they held him under water, banged his head and stuck in own knife in his gut. An expert deep sea diver, a black belt in Kung Fu, with the training at work, he could not have gone down without a violent fight. Unless his wife Peggy G. Martinez drugged a drink she gave him every night, which would have slowed him down. She cremated him instantly without religious service or obituary. Notification of he death to his family came three days after the fact. He was a gentle person who loved his family most of all, he was funny and he made ballerina slippers to pay for school. He played a musical instrument and he fixed the things his sister broke in the house to keep her out of trouble with their mother. Peggy was a good girl. Somewhere, somehow something went wrong in her brain. He loved her best and he loved his son most. Their son grew up without his father. Peggy was frantic when the diving knife disappeared. She need not have worried, most likely her mother Mrs. Garus, got rid of the knife in the garbage compressor. Her father who may have been kept in the dark on many details, has since passed away. Peggy is scheming a new identity and disappearance. She has had cosmetic surgery. Her common law husband and two step daughters have been a cover story. While I do not know all of the details I know the international groups involved in that blood money scheme include, China, Mexico, Russia, Western and Eastern Europe, some South America and the Islands. I do not doubt that she acted and continues to act out of fear. She knows the identities, exactly of those who were directly responsible for the death of Mr. Martinez. For while a diverse international money washing organization is in place, they kill many people all of the time, they would not know the details of one death of a young man, who was only 30 years old when he died. That organization is not responsible for his death. She is, his own family and co workers are responsible of his death. A small group that gathered that night to get hold of that transaction. That then spiraled into that they have been caught up in that way of life. A life of crime and violence. For money that is never enough. They cannot stop. 
Peggy said they went on a graduation trip. The wives begged the men not to go scuba diving. They went swimming instead. Fernando and Red returned to the beach blanket where the wives waited. The body of Mr. Martinez surfaced, floating on the water. Red and Fernando retrieved the corpse. Expired drowned with dry lungs. A blunt blow to the head. Cremated immediately. 
More likely they dumped him in the water after he was dead. Morning upon them, tourists around, the body surfaced. They retrieved it and bribed a Doctor in Mexico to issue the autopsy report for cremation. Still he wrote, drowned with dry lungs and a blunt blow to the head. 
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Orlando, Fl
14149 Whooping Crane Ln
Orlando, FL 32824

Friday, February 7, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)

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Lecturer on money how to money launder stolen bank money and how to dispose of your spouce when necessary.

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