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JFK witness groups: mortality probabilities

Richard Charnin
Nov.7, 2019

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Probabilities of unnatural deaths and homicides are calculated based on the Poisson function for the following witness groups : Warren Commission (552),  HSCA (200), Dealey Plaza (692), Simkin JFK Index (656), London Sunday Times Actuary (418).

JFK witness groups unnatural and homicide death probabilities

In 1963-1978, 78 of 122 suspicious deaths were officially ruled unnatural among 1500 JFK-related witnesses: 34 homicides, 24 accidents, 16 suicides and 4 unknown. The probability of 78 unnatural deaths = 4.3E-60 = 1 in a trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion. The probability of 34 homicides = 1.3E-30 = 1 in a million trillion trillion.

There are an estimated one trillion trillion (E+24) stars in the universe.

Just 12 accidents and 3 suicides were expected based on mortality rates, therefore approximately 59 unnatural deaths were homicides (34 ruled+12 “accidents”+13 “suicides”).  Of the 44 “natural” deaths (heart attacks, sudden cancers, other), approximately 25-30 were homicides. Therefore, there were an estimated 85 homicides among the 122 suspicious deaths. The probability of 85 homicides among 1500 witnesses = 1.7E-106.

Sensitivity Analysis: Probability of  n homicides, N witnesses, T= 15 years, R=0.000084 mortality rate

Expected = N*T*R 1.89 3.78 6.30
Witnesses 1500 3000 5000
Homicides Probability
22 1.62E-16 1.03E-10 6.29E-07
34 ruled 1.28E-30 3.33E-21 9.36E-15
59 2.23E-65 1.94E-48 1.92E-36
85 estimated 1.69E-106 9.89E-82 5.73E-64

 

METHOD: POISSON PROBABILITY FUNCTION
LONDON SUNDAY TIMES ACTUARY: CALCULATION CONFIRMATION
1 in 100,000 trillion probability of 18 witness deaths by Feb. 1967
R unnatural rate 0.000209 weighted unnatural death rate
N witnesses 418 Warren Commission testified in person (source:CIA)
n deaths 18 13 unnatural; 5 natural
T years 3.26 3 years, 3 months (Nov ’63-Feb ’67)
E=R*N*T=0.000209 *418 * 3.26 E= 0.2848 expected unnatural deaths
P(13 unnatural deaths in 3.26 years) = 0.2848^13 * exp(-0.2848) / 13! = 9.80E-18
P(13) = Poisson (13, 0.2848, false)
P (13) = 1 in 102,081,079,385,890,000 = 1 in 102 thousand trillion
Calculation of R (weighted unnatural  death rate)
R = 0.000209 = (8*.000061+3*000658+2*000128)/13 (1964-66 average annual rate)
8 homicides 0.000061
3 accidents 0.000658
2 suicides 0.000128
Warren Commission Dealey Plaza HSCA Simkin Index
ALAN BELMONT Allen Sweatt “Lummie” Lewis Buddy Walthers
ALBERT BOGARD Bill Decker ALAN BELMONT C.D. Jackson
Allen Sweatt Billy Lovelady Carlos Prio Carlos Prio
Bill Decker Buddy Walthers Charles Nicoletti Charles Cabell
Billy Lovelady Charles Mentesana DAVID MORALES Charles Murret
BUDDY WALTHERS Charles Nicoletti DONALD KAYLOR Charles Nicoletti
Charles Murret Cliff Carter GEORGE DE MORENSCHILDT Clay Shaw
Cliff Carter Clint “Lummie” Lewis J.M. ENGLISH Cliff Carter
DE MORENSCHILDT David Morales JAMES CADIGAN Dave Yaras
DOMINGO BENAVIDES Earl Cabell James Weston David Ferrie
EARLE CABELL Frank Martin JOHN PAISLEY David Morales
Earlene Roberts Ira (Jack) Beers JOHNNY ROSELLI Desmond Fitzgerald
Edward Voebel J.A. Milteer LOUIS NICHOLS Earl Cabell
FRANK MARTIN J.D. Tippit MANUEL ARTIME Eladio Del Valle
HALE BOGGS Jack Ruby REGIS KENNEDY Frank Wisner
HAROLD RUSSELL James Chaney Robert Alan Surrey G DeMorenschildt
J. EDGAR HOOVER James Worrell Thomas Karamessines Guy Banister
JACK RUBY Johnny Roselli William Harvey J.Edgar Hoover
JAMES CADIGAN Ken O’Donnell William Pawley Jack Ruby
JAMES WORRELL Lee Bowers WILLIAM SULLIVAN Jimmy Hoffa
KAREN CARLIN Lee Harvey Oswald Johnny Roselli
Ken O’Donnell Mac Wallace Lucien Sarti
LEE BOWERS. Merriman Smith Lyndon Johnson
Lummie Lewis Roger Craig Mac Wallace
Paul Raigorodsky Roscoe White Manuel Artime
Philip Geraci Roy Kellerman Mary Sherman
ROGER CRAIG Thomas E. Davis Paul Helliwell
WARREN REYNOLDS William Whaley Richard Cain
WILLIAM WHALEY Roland Masferrer
Roscoe White
Sam Giancana
Thomas E. Davis
William Harvey
William Pawley
William Sullivan
Winston Scott
Dorothy Hunt
Grant Stockdale
J.D. Tippit
John Paisley
Lee Harvey Oswald
Mary Jo Kopechne
Mary Pinchot Meyer
Robert F. Kennedy
Sheffield Edwards
Thomas Karamessines
Bill Hunter
Dorothy Kilgallen
Hale Boggs
Jim Koethe
Merriman Smith
Alan Belmont
Bill Decker
Billy Lovelady
Earlene Roberts
Eddie Benavides
Florence Smith
Gary Underhill
James Truitt
Karyn Kupcinet
Ken O’Donnell
Lee Bowers
Lisa Howard
Nancy Carole Tyler
Roger Craig
Rose Cheramie
Roy Kellerman
Tom Howard
Warren Reynolds
William Pitzer

 

 
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Posted by on November 7, 2019 in Uncategorized

 

Tulsi Sounds Like Trump

Richard Charnin
Oct. 20, 2019

First, Tulsi Gabbard’s tweet:
“Great! Thank you @HillaryClinton. You, the queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption, and personification of the rot that has sickened the Democratic Party for so long, have finally come out from behind the curtain. From the day I announced my candidacy, there has been a concerted campaign to destroy my reputation. We wondered who was behind it and why. (sounds like Trump)
“Now we know — it was always you, through your proxies and powerful allies in the corporate media and war machine, afraid of the threat I pose. It’s now clear that this primary is between you and me. Don’t cowardly hide behind your proxies. Join the race directly,” said Gabbard in three tweets on Friday afternoon. (sounds like Trump)

Now from her website: https://www.tulsi2020.com
“If you look at other countries in the world who have universal health care, every one of them has some form of a role for PRIVATE insurance (sounds like Trump)……”

“As president, I will lead this country to bring about a bold change in our foreign policy that bends the arc of history away from war and towards peace. That stops wasting our resources, and our lives on REGIME CHANGE wars, and redirects our focus and energy towards peace and prosperity for all people” (sounds like Trump).… “

Criminal justice reform is a bipartisan issue. We can bring down costs and improve outcomes by implementing alternatives to incarceration.” (sounds like Trump)… ”

“Too often, the LGBTQ community still faces discrimination in the workplace, in education, or when trying to find a home. It’s long overdue that we extend civil rights protections to the LGBTQ community and ensure equal treatment for all Americans under the law—regardless of race, sexual orientation, gender, religion, disability, or national origin.” (sounds like Trump)….”

“For a nation forged by immigrants, wrestling with the legacy of slavery and racial injustice, we continue to aspire to live up to the founding ideals of America — of freedom, equality, and justice for all. Hawaii stands as a shining example of how to heal our nation and stand united through the power of aloha. (sounds like Trump)…”

“A strong national defense and the protection of our civil liberties are equally important and compatible. We can strike the necessary balance between freedom and security by reforming our surveillance practices and directing the resources we have toward proven methods of eliminating threats to the safety and security of the American people. (sounds like Trump)…”

“Unfortunately, President Trump turned his back on the Constitution and launched retaliatory missile strikes against the Syrian government before any investigation had even begun, much less been completed. Rather than waiting for evidence, Trump acted on impulse and emotion, relying on social media posts and unverified sources originating from within territory held by al Qaeda. (I agree with Tulsi,Trump should have told the truth: Assad did not gas his own people- it was al Qaeda)…”

“We need comprehensive immigration reform to address our broken immigration laws and we need to have a serious conversation about the most effective and humane ways to compassionately secure our borders while building bridges and cooperative foreign policy with other countries. We need to ensure we have a clear, enforceable, accessible, and humane pathway to citizenship.(sounds like Trump)…”

“The time for action is now. We cannot allow partisan politics to get in the way of taking meaningful action in areas where both parties agree and that have the support of most Americans across this country.(sounds like Trump)…”

“This is the huge vulnerability that threatens our next election, that so far, unfortunately, has not been addressed. The fact that there are still many states in this country who don’t have paper ballots or any kind of auditable paper trail; to make sure that whether it’s another country, or an individual rogue actor, that comes in and tries to manipulate our votes, tries to change our votes to change the outcome of this election; our system is vulnerable to those hacks and attacks today. (sounds like Trump)…”

 
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Posted by on October 20, 2019 in Uncategorized

 

Moody’s 2020 presidential election forecast: Trump is the clear favorite.

Richard Charnin
Oct. 19, 2019

This is an analysis of Moody’s 2020 forecast. It consists of three models and assumes 2-party votes: Pocketbook, Stock and Unemployment.

In each model there are three turnout assumptions (Maximum, Average and Minimum). Trump wins if there is average or minimum Democratic turnout. He loses if Democratic turnout is at a maximum level relative to Republicans and Independents.

Compare to the 2016 election. Clinton won the popular recorded vote by 2.86 million  (48.2-46.1%). The 2016 National Exit Poll (matched to the recorded vote) had Trump winning Independents by 46-42%. The True Vote Model  assumes that Trump had 54% of Independents.

Trump won the TVM by nearly 9 million votes (49.9-43.6%) with 356 EV.  He had 53.4% of the TVM 2-party vote  vs. 51.4% in Moody’s Average Turnout model.

Dem Turnout Max Average Min
Trump 2-party EV 2-party EV 2-party EV
Wtd Average 47.8% 259 51.4% 332 54.9% 387
AL 63.0% 9 65.9% 9 67.8% 9
AK 55.6% 3 60.4% 3 64.1% 3
AZ 53.6% 11 56.0% 11 59.7% 11
AR 56.8% 6 62.0% 6 64.2% 6
CA 36.1% 39.9% 44.1%
CO 45.3% 49.3% 54.8% 9
CT 41.9% 45.8% 51.2% 7
DE 41.8% 45.9% 50.8% 3
DC 6.0% 11.8% 18.9%
FL 50.5% 29 53.4% 29 58.3% 29
GA 52.3% 16 55.2% 16 58.9% 16
HI 35.3% 38.9% 42.3%
ID 61.1% 4 68.0% 4 71.3% 4
IL 40.2% 43.6% 47.1%
IN 56.8% 11 60.0% 11 61.7% 11
IA 51.5% 6 54.5% 6 57.1% 6
KS 55.0% 6 61.6% 6 64.4% 6
KY 61.3% 8 64.9% 8 66.6% 8
LA 57.5% 8 61.4% 8 63.9% 8
ME 42.9% 49.1% 55.5% 4
MD 36.0% 40.6% 45.1%
MA 36.0% 39.1% 44.3%
MI 47.3% 51.0% 16 55.5% 16
MN 45.7% 50.1% 10 53.0% 10
MS 59.8% 6 61.3% 6 63.0% 6
MO 53.3% 10 58.8% 10 62.1% 10
MT 58.9% 3 61.9% 3 64.2% 3
NE 59.1% 5 64.1% 5 67.6% 5
NV 44.4% 49.3% 54.6% 6
NH 46.9% 51.2% 4 58.8% 4
NJ 43.9% 46.8% 51.1% 14
NM 43.7% 47.0% 50.4% 5
NY 39.3% 41.9% 45.7%
NC 50.4% 15 54.0% 15 57.6% 15
ND 61.5% 3 66.7% 3 68.6% 3
OH 51.8% 18 55.2% 18 58.3% 18
OK 62.4% 7 68.9% 7 71.4% 7
OR 41.1% 45.7% 50.4% 7
PA 49.3% 51.8% 20 54.3% 20
RI 40.3% 44.0% 48.2%
SC 56.9% 9 59.3% 9 62.6% 9
SD 58.1% 3 63.7% 3 66.4% 3
TN 60.4% 11 63.8% 11 65.9% 11
TX 56.4% 38 59.0% 38 59.0% 38
UT 57.2% 6 64.3% 6 67.5% 6
VT 32.7% 37.2% 43.6%
VA 46.5% 50.7% 13 54.8% 13
WA 40.6% 44.5% 48.7%
WV 63.9% 5 67.9% 5 72.0% 5
WI 47.8% 51.3% 10 54.9% 10
WY 65.7% 3 72.8% 3 75.8% 3

2016 True Vote Model

Gallup
NEP shares
Votes Party-ID Clinton Trump Johnson Stein
Dem 32.0% 88.4% 9.8% 0.0% 1.8%
Rep 28.0% 6.0% 90.0% 4.0% 0.0%
Ind 40.0% 34.0% (adj) 54.0% (adj) 6.0% 4.0%
Shares 99.20% 43.6% 49.9% 3.5% 2.2%
Votes 135,535 59,526 68,227 4,809 2,973
Margin 8,700 182 EV 356 EV

https://www.moodysanalytics.com/-/media/article/2019/president-election-model.pdf

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1yh0YkXBVctdJwt0_XHrpCC6f7K30oEz0Vr13MiU5qT4/edit#gid=1929995942

 

 
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Posted by on October 19, 2019 in Uncategorized

 

So now the desperate HRC calls Jill Stein and Tulsi Gabbard Russian assets?

Richard Charnin
Oct. 19, 2019

So now desperate HRC calls Jill Stein and Tulsi Gabbard Russian assets? And the MSM still want us to believe that she would not be so corrupt as to try and steal both the primary and general election? And that she won the popular vote by 2.8 million RECORDED votes? Yet they call me a conspiracy theorist when I provide mathematical analysis which indicates that Trump won in a landslide.

Consider third party votes.

1) Jill Stein had 1.45 million RECORDED votes (1.07%), but she probably had at least 3 million true votes, of which 1.5 million were stolen by HRC. So Clinton’s 2.8 million RECORDED margin is reduced to 1.3 million.

2) Assuming Johnson’s RECORDED vote (4.48 million,3.29%) would have gone to Trump, then he would have had a 3.2 million margin (1.5+4.5 -2.8 RECORDED) if Johnson did not run.

3) The 3rd party adjustments do not include additional fraud committed by the DNC in 2016. This is just one indication that Trump is headed for an even bigger landslide in 2020.

https://www.newsweek.com/rep-tulsi-gabbard-has-harsh-words-hillary-clinton-you-queen-warmongers-embodiment-1466382?

https://richardcharnin.wordpress.com/2019/10/15/exposing-the-fox-news-impeachment-poll-scam-the-msm-always-over-weights-democrat-party-id/

 
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Posted by on October 19, 2019 in Uncategorized

 

Exposing the Fox News Impeachment Poll Scam: The MSM always over-weights Democrat Party-ID

Richard Charnin
Updated: Oct. 17, 2019

A Fox News poll  said 51% of voters were in favor of Trump’s impeachment and removal from office, while 40% did not want him impeached.

Princeton, New Jersey, pollster Braun Research, which conducted the survey, noted that 48% of its respondents were Democrats. https://nypost.com/2019/10/12/fox-news-pollster-braun-research-misrepresented-impeachment-poll-analysis/

But the latest Gallup Voter Affiliation survey indicates a 31% Democrat, 29% Republican, 38% Independent electorate split. With this change, 38.7% want Trump impeached while 50.4% are opposed.
https://news.gallup.com/poll/15370/party-affiliation.aspx

Fox……….Approve Oppose
Rep 22%………4.0% 87.0%
Dem 48%……87.0% 4.0%
Ind 30%……..27.9% 63.1%
Poll………….51.0% 40.0%

Gallup Voter Affiliation
Gallup……Approve Oppose
Rep 29%………4.0% 87.0%
Dem 31%……87.0% 4.0%
Ind 38%……..27.9% 63.1%
Adjusted…..38.7% 50.4%

 

 
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Posted by on October 15, 2019 in Uncategorized

 

Trump 2016 Landslide? Do the Math

Richard Charnin
Oct. 13, 2019

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The following analysis indicates how Trump may have won the True Vote by 9-13 million…and the electoral vote with at least 356 EV (he had 306 recorded). He did about 5% better than his recorded 46% share. Is that so hard to believe when you consider what the DNC did to Bernie Sanders in the 2016 primaries?

According to Dr. Epstein, 2.4-10.6 million undecided votes were flipped by Google to Clinton. Gallup Independents (40% of the electorate) are a proxy for the 40% in the NEP who decided after Sept.1.
A 6.5 million flip requires an 11% increase in Trump’s NEP share of Independents from 46% to 57%. As the challenger. Trump would expect at least 57% of undecided Independents since the “incumbent” Clinton was unpopular.
With this one change,Trump wins by 9.4 million votes with 356 EV (50.0-43.1%).
Recorded Gallup Trump Clinton Other
Rep 28% 88.0% 8.0% 4.0%
Dem 32% 8.0% 89.0% 3.0%
Indep 40% 46.0% 42.0% 12.0
Calc 45.6% 47.5% 6.9%
Recorded 46.1% 48.2% 5.7%
136.22 62.8 65.7 7.6
Independents Gallup Trump Clinton Other
Rep 28% 88.0% 8.0% 4.0%
Dem 32% 8.0% 89.0% 3.0%
Indep (adjusted) 40% 57% 31.0% 12.0%
Vote 50.0% 43.1% 5.9%
Check 50.0% 43.1% 5.9%
136.22 68.3 58.9 9.0
When Decided NEP Trump Clinton Other
Before 9/1 60% 47.0% 52.0% 1.0%
After 9/1 (adjusted) 40% 57.0% 30.6% 12.4%
Vote 51.0% 43.0% 6.0%
Check 51.0% 43.0% 6.0%
136.22 69.5 58.6 8.2
Adjustments Total Trump Clinton Other
Recorded 136.22 62.8 65.7 7.6
100% 46.1% 48.2% 5.7%
Illegals -3.0 0.0 -3.0 0,0
Vote Suppression 3.0 0.0 3.0 0.0
Google Vote Flip 0.0 6.5 -6.5 0.0
Adjusted Vote 138.22 69.4 59.2 7.6
100% 52.0% 42.3% 5.7%

DID TRUMP ACTUALLY WIN BY 13 MILLION VOTES? 
“Taken from the “NSA Core Records”
TRUMP: 70,125,263; CLINTON: 57,177,958

https://richardcharnin.wordpress.com/2018/02/13/did-trump-actually-win-by-13-million-votes/

https://richardcharnin.wordpress.com/2019/10/09/2016-national-exit-poll-independents-undecided-voters-and-google/

2016 Election Model https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17h3tOueSvQWwYFLwOEg3tCoIFdoB7wnEscsMgSFeDAk/edit#gid=1036175945

 
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2016 National Exit Poll Independents, Undecided voters and Google

Richard Charnin
Oct.9, 2019

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According to the 2016 National Exit Poll, Independents   comprised 31% of the electorate and 40% of voters decided after Sept.1. The NEP indicates that Trump won Independents by 46-42%.

The NEP also indicates that Trump won voters who decided after Sept. 1 by 47.9-42.6%. The presumptive “incumbent” Clinton was unpopular. As the challenger, Trump would expect to capture at least 56% of undecided voters.

The Gallup monthly Voter affiliation survey taken at the time of the election indicated that Independents comprised 41% of the electorate, virtually matching the 40% who decided after Sept.1. It is logical to assume that the majority of undecided voters were Independents. Trump needed 56% of Independents to win by 9 million votes and 356 EV (50.0-43.4%).

According to Dr. Epstein, 2.4-10.6 million undecided voters were flipped by Google’s search engine to favor Clinton. Assume  6.5 million were flipped.

Gallup………. NEP shares
Party-ID …….Clinton Trump Johnson Stein
Dem… 31%… 90.4% 7.7% 0.0% 1.9%
Rep… 28%…. 8.0% 88.0% 4.0% 0.0%
Ind… 41%…. 32.0% 56.0% 6.0% 4.0% < 56% = 46% + 10%
Share 100% 43.4% 50.0% 3.6% 2.2%
Votes 136.2. 59.3. 68.3. 4.9. 3.0
EVote………182..356

Trump won the following states (51 EV) that he lost in the recorded vote:
CO 9, MN 10, ME 4, NH 4, NM 5, NV 6, VA 13

National Exit Poll
When Decided.. Voted Clinton Trump Other
After Sept 1……40%…… 30.6% 60.0% 9.4% < 60% = 48% + 12%
Before Sept 1….60%…… 52.0% 45.0% 3.0%
Vote share…….100%… 43.4% 51.0% 5.6%
Votes…………..136.2…… 59.1…69.5.. 7.6

The NEP is always forced to match the recorded vote. The recorded vote is never equal to the True Vote. Recorded Vote = True Vote + Election Fraud

Sensitivity Analysis

Party ID Dem Rep Ind
Gallup 31.0% 28.0% 41.0%
Base Case Trump% 7.7% 88.0% 56.0%
EVote Clinton 182 Trump 356
Vote share 43.4% 50.0%
Votes 59,275 68,296
Trump % Repubs
Trump 88.0% 89.0% 90.0% 91.0% 92.0%
% Ind Trump
56% 50.0% 50.3% 50.5% 50.8% 51.1%
52% 48.3% 48.6% 48.9% 49.2% 49.5%
50% 47.5% 47.8% 48.1% 48.4% 48.6%
48% 46.7% 47.0% 47.3% 47.5% 47.8%
46% 45.9% 46.2% 46.4% 46.7% 47.0%
Clinton
56% 43.4% 43.1% 42.8% 42.5% 42.3%
52% 45.0% 44.7% 44.5% 44.2% 43.9%
50% 45.8% 45.6% 45.3% 45.0% 44.7%
48% 46.7% 46.4% 46.1% 45.8% 45.5%
46% 47.5% 47.2% 46.9% 46.6% 46.4%
Vote Share Margin
56% 6.6% 7.2% 7.7% 8.3% 8.8%
52% 3.3% 3.9% 4.4% 5.0% 5.6%
50% 1.7% 2.2% 2.8% 3.4% 3.9%
48% 0.0% 0.6% 1.2% 1.7% 2.3%
46% -1.6% -1.0% -0.5% 0.1% 0.6%
Vote Margin (000)
56% 8,948 9,706 10,465 11,224 11,983
52% 4,503 5,262 6,021 6,779 7,538
50% 2,281 3,039 3,798 4,557 5,316
48% 58 817 1,576 2,335 3,094
46% -2,164 -1,405 -646 112 871

When Decided
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17h3tOueSvQWwYFLwOEg3tCoIFdoB7wnEscsMgSFeDAk/edit?fbclid=IwAR2x2qXiBcemeKXGNh6c2FW31-2Flwe2pgn-1IWFGhsjDrpRC2MbLwmDp5s#gid=793126276

Independents
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17h3tOueSvQWwYFLwOEg3tCoIFdoB7wnEscsMgSFeDAk/edit?fbclid=IwAR2x2qXiBcemeKXGNh6c2FW31-2Flwe2pgn-1IWFGhsjDrpRC2MbLwmDp5s#gid=1036175945

 
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