by Pentagon Pedophile Task Force on November 28, 2020 at 2:53 P.M.
The true facts and circumstances surrounding the cold-blooded murder of a Congressional Oversight Defense Contractor in his Marion County, Florida home continues to raise eyebrows.
Christopher Hallett, 50, the CEO of a Florida corporation called E~Clause LLC, that does loss prevention for the U.S. Government and performs audits regarding emoluments and courts was murdered by multiple gunshots in his back on November 15, 2020.
However…the integrity of the investigation is deteriorating rapidly.
Here’s what we know thus far.
Law enforcement responded to the scene of the Hallett murder and quickly issued a BOLO (Be On Lookout) for Neely Petrie-Blanchard, 33, based upon eyewitness testimony of Hallett’s associate Shannon Mutter-Tanis, and her minor daughter, who were present in the Hallett home at the time of the murder and said they saw Blanchard standing over Hallett with a gun.
Based upon Tanis’ eyewitness testimony, Blanchard was taken into custody at a gas station in Georgia the next day, and has since been extradited to Florida where she is charged with murder and being held in isolation from other prisoners with no bail.
The facts and circumstances surrounding the murder, investigation, standard protocols, and the so-called news reporting of the crime are rapidly evolving into a situation where the average person would logically conclude that something is fundamentally wrong with the story being told to the American public.
On November 27, 2020 we further reported, BREAKING UPDATE: Eyewitness who placed Neely Petrie-Blanchard standing over murdered Congressional Oversight Defense Contractor Chris Hallett with a gun – was NOT tested for gunpowder residue by investigators
On November 28, 2020 we reported, BREAKING UPDATE: Eyewitness at murder scene of Congressional Oversight Defense Contractor says she could not connect to 911
And today we have more news.
According to a very reliable inside source, law enforcement at the scene of the Hallett murder did not seize the telephone of Shannon Mutter-Tanis.
We also have very reliable information that when law enforcement showed up at the scene, Tanis began instructing the investigators as to what she would, and would not, do. Law enforcement reportedly attempted to seize Tanis’ cellphone but she refused to give it to them.
She was allowed to keep it.
Tanis was also reportedly told to get into the back of a squad car. Tanis agreed to sit in the back of a squad car but told the officer she would not sit in the back of the car with the door closed. She was allowed to sit in the back with the door open.
This is a developing story.