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Front and back pages, Fort Lee, New Jersey newspaper, Starbucks, Barclay’s Center, January 19, 2018
As the owner of this newspaper, a Japanese customer, was leaving, a Chinese employee said to someone else, “Guaranteed”.  Both are plaintiffs in a legal case against Berkshire Hathaway, Verizon and other corporations including the Mormon Church of Satan.  cc all Mormon barristers

Family: ‘NYPD left grandma to die’
(New York Daily News, Starbucks, Barclay’s Center, January 19, 2018
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“When we see hate and division in our communities, when we hear those hateful words from our President, when we see someone bullying someone or attacking them or making them feel vulnerable, we are called to be the light, we are called to be the light of the world — which means we must stand up between them, we are the ones who say: ‘No, not on our watch, no, not in my community, no, not here, not right now,’” the junior senator said as she drew parallels between the biblical book of Esther — the story of a queen from the old testament who stops a genocide — and the current political climate of the country.

(International Business Times, “3 Days Ago”, posted here, at my website, January 19, 2018,


The Hebrew word sheʹlet, rendered ‘circular shield,’ occurs seven times in the Hebrew Scriptures and is evidently similar to the more common ma·ghenʹ (shield), since it is used in conjunction with ma·ghenʹ in The Song of Solomon 4:4.

Helmet. A military headgear designed to protect a fighter during battle and a very basic part of defensive armor. The Hebrew word for “helmet” is koh·vaʽʹ (alternately qoh·vaʽʹ), while the Greek term is pe·ri·ke·pha·laiʹa, literally meaning “around the head.”1Sa 17:5, 38; Eph 6:17.

Originally, Israelite helmets were probably made of leather. Later these were covered with copper or iron and were worn over woolen, felt, or leather bonnets. Copper helmets were used in Israel as early as the days of King Saul. (1Sa 17:38) While helmets may at first have been reserved for kings and other leaders, later they were in general use, Uzziah furnishing his entire army with them.2Ch 26:14.

The Philistines possessed metal helmets; Goliath wore one of copper. (1Sa 17:5) Ezekiel mentioned helmets in connection with Persians, Ethiopians, and others.Eze 27:10; 38:5.

Coat of mail. A coat worn for protection during battle. The coat of mail (Heb., shir·yohnʹ or shir·yanʹ) consisted of a cloth or leather cloak that had hundreds of small adjoining pieces of metal (somewhat like fish scales) attached to its surface. Often it covered the breast, back, and shoulders, though it sometimes reached to the knees or even the ankles.1Sa 17:5.

Among the Hebrews the coat of mail was frequently made of leather covered with metal scales or plates. The wearer enjoyed considerable protection thereby, but, nonetheless, would be vulnerable where the scales were connected or where the coat of mail adjoined other parts of the armor. Thus, King Ahab was mortally wounded by a bowman who “got to strike the king of Israel between the appendages and the coat of mail.”1Ki 22:34-37.

(INSIGHT on the Scriptures, God’s visible organization’s Watchtower Online Library,, some of the federal agents who’re pretending to be Jehovah’s Witnesses gave me permission to post this information, cc all Mormon barristers)